Ehire Adrianza gets punked and Gardy takes his coach

in News 06.06.2019 02:33
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es fishing in the gulf"Did you see Ehire Adrianza get punked by the old hidden ball trick the other day? Miguel Cabrera made our utility infielder look like the Clown Prince of TOOTBLAN Adrian Beltre Jersey , so watch the video belowThat game was the first time in over a decade that the Twins and Tigers played in Fort Myers. Fort Myers homeowner, and Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire sounded ecstatic at the opportunity. Gardy took advantage of the locale to ride his motorcycle to the game, and looked great doing so. In a move that we only could have hoped to invent for satire, he took Steve Liddle and some other coaches out fishing for the off day between playing the Twins and Red Sox. Rick Anderson declined the opportunity, stating that he likes to have his feet [pitch to] contact solid ground. I’m paraphrasing here. Reusse caught up with Gardy and it’s a great profile into the life of a living legend. Another fun fact from that Reusse article, Fort Myers Miracle manager Toby Gardenhire, Ron’s son Nolan Ryan Jersey , lives rent-free in his parents home. Someone write up a fanpost about this.Betsy Helfand lists off five spring training stars for the Twins. A couple of them are guys who are absolutely vital to the success of the Twins, so hopefully this is some great news. Even if Miguel Sano hasn’t played, a breakout season from each spring. Oh, not the Twins, but rather the Twins fans who have found a position as an usher for the Spring Training games. It sounds like an ideal “retirement” job to me, but I’m a millennial, so retirement is probably a pipe dream. The Twins rolled out a pretty cool ticket plan Rougned Odor Jersey , if you want to see a bunch of games for cheap. As little as $50 per month gets you standing-room admission, and there are also packages with 300 level and 100 level seats. I know someone already admitted to purchasing a pass in the comments. A look at what’s happening around the majors today:STARTING OFFClayton Kershaw starts for the Dodgers in Game 1 of the NL Championship Series against Brewers left-hander Gio Gonzalez and — more notably — Milwaukee’s deep bullpen. Josh Hader and the rest of the club’s lights-out relievers have helped the Brewers win 11 straight games. The bullpen’s 3.47 ERA was second in the NL only to the Chicago Cubs, and it began to peak down the stretch. The relievers went 2-0 with a 1.17 ERA in the three-game Division Series sweep against Colorado. Gonzalez probably won’t need to go more than four or five innings before Hader and crew take over.Los Angeles‘ pitching approach will be more traditional. The Dodgers have gotten a higher percentage of outs from their starters this postseason than any other team, led by Kershaw’s eight innings of two-hit ball in a 3-0 Game 2 win over Atlanta. Kershaw has thrown 12 consecutive scoreless innings in the postseason dating to last year’s World Series.The ALCS starts Saturday night when Justin Verlander and the World Series champion Houston Astros take on Chris Sale and the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park.SKIP HUNTINGThe Rangers have done their first interviews in the search to replace fired manager Jeff Banister. According to people familiar with the details, the Rangers on Thursday interviewed Chicago Cubs bench coach Brandon Hyde in Arlington, and did a phone interview with Astros bench coach Joe Espada because Houston is preparing for the start of the ALCS against Boston. The team is making no public comments about candidates being interviewed. Texas did its first interview Tuesday in Arlington with Jayce Tingler, the team’s assistant general manager.BAM BAM IN DEMAND?Giants bench coach Hensley “Bam Bam” Meulens has interviewed with the Reds for their open managerial position and also is set to meet with the Twins this week for the job that opened when Paul Molitor was fired. Meulens was in Minneapolis on Thursday and scheduled to interview with the Twins through Friday after traveling from Cincinnati. He met with the Reds http://www.rangersfanproshop.com/authentic-matt-moore-jersey , who fired Bryan Price after a 3-15 start. A former hitting coach with the Giants when they won World Series titles in 2010, ’12 and ’14, Meulens became bench coach this past season and Bruce Bochy’s right-hand man in his ninth season with the club.WAINO REMAINSAdam Wainwright is staying with the Cardinals. St. Louis agreed to a one-year deal with the veteran right-hander Thursday, bringing him back to the only major league team he’s pitched for. The 37-year-old Wainwright has been with the club since making his big league debut in 2005. Wainwright made just eight starts this season because of hamstring and elbow problems, going 2-4 with a 4.46 ERA.

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