I would have been angry, too, even if I can’t say for sure that was the wrong call.
That ending stunk as much as the bullpen’s control today.
I want to describe this, but you kinda just have to watch.
Power to all fields, power from all sides.
That’s a literal headline there about Hamels.
A mechanical tweak here, a bit of natural development there, and the guy is crushing the ball in the air.
I am awed by Machado’s arm, man. Adam Warren’s face is me.
Coward. (I kid. He’s got a bum groin.)
Wind or no wind, this was a monster bomb.
Seems like a good sign for a guy on the shelf with a hamstring issue.
Caratini will get surgery.
Watching it a few more times, and considering the context … yeah, he was right.
Regression cuts in all kinds of directions, and the scoreless streak is up to 17.2 innings.
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Maddon was at least right that one of these called strikes was super extremely not a strike.
A bone with parts you don’t even need causes players to miss lots of time because of a swing of the bat. That’s likely what’s coming for Victor Caratini.
Great performances by the pitching staff, but an injury is marring the night.
Baseball is Fun: Holy smoked. Beat a Ted Williams record, apparently.
The Cubs are still very, very valuable.
There are literally already people in the game saying this might be the worst contract ever for a player.
Last night’s Yu Darvish start was another one of those “bad results, BUT!” type starts. It’s fair to discuss it that way, but it does get frustrating.
Because Almora’s struggles go far back into 2018, and because the outfield rotation might be changing soon, you wonder what should come next.
Jason Heyward is just scorching the ball right now, and it’s a lot of fun to see, even if we need a whole lot more to say it’s here to stay.
It isn’t just the losing in these first two weeks that stings, it’s that it doesn’t get any easier.
That didn’t go so well, even if there were a few decent things.
The 29-year-old lefty had a long road back to the big leagues.
How do you do something all Spring and then find out it’s illegal when the season starts? Well, that’s not exactly what happened.
The schedule and a conservative approach to health dictate it.
The Angels come to Wrigley Field this weekend.