MLBits: What Set Off the Mets, Pitcher Injuries for the Cardinals, Fan on the Field, Eaton, More

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MLBits: What Set Off the Mets, Pitcher Injuries for the Cardinals, Fan on the Field, Eaton, More

MLB News and Rumors

A bunch of stray, interesting, important stuff to get to from around baseball …

  • Callaway is not going to be fired today, and it is crazy that the reporters had to actually report that news – again:

  • Injury news for the Cardinals, as breakout closer Jordan Hicks is headed for an MRI:

  • For now the team is calling it just triceps tendinitis, and indeed it might be only that kind of inflammation. But anything that attaches to the elbow – as we’ve seen – can surprise you as something worse.
  • Speaking of Cardinals pitcher injuries, this guy is just snakebitten:

  • Even if Eaton is right, (1) wouldn’t you be better off knowing which guys will still have the hunger regardless of money? and (2) is Eaton saying he isn’t as hungry now that he’s been paid? You are reminded that Eaton is long known to be a holder of terrible positions, so I’m not surprised.
  • A fan ran onto the field yesterday to hug Cody Bellinger, and despite it looking all good and funny and whatever, this is bad and people should not do it, because eventually it encourages people are aren’t so nice:

  • Speaking of the Dodgers, they got a walk-off homer by a rookie for the third straight game. Because they needed more. Also, if anyone ever questions again whether the ball is juiced, show them this:

  • It gives me great pain to admit that this is an incredible play:

  • Are we back to an era of “just get to the bullpen”? Maybe so:

  • Manny Machado and the way things ended with the Orioles:

  • The $8 million the Nationals gave to Trevor Rosenthal as one of the first signings of the offseason did not work out so well, as he has been released:


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