In 1952, the Boston Braves purchased the Negro League contract of Henry Aaron from the Indianapolis Clowns, a transaction that set the stage for baseball history.
The flex system is proving to be especially helpful during the pandemic as the team tries to plan a season without knowing how many fans will actually be able to attend this year. "We had a rollover rate of 92%," said Carbary of the Mariners. "The beauty of the program is it makes it a lot easier to adjust to the pandemic because of the flexibility involved."
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Haniger hasn’t played since June 6, 2019, due to a ruptured testicle and subsequent core muscle surgery. But the outfielder was off to a powerful start that season (15 homers in 246 at-bats) and owns an impressive career .827 OPS. Now healthy, the 30-year-old should get his career back on track.
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“I think the reminder here for me is just talking about staying diligent,” Ross said. “It’s easy to let down our guard. It’s a good reminder for us all to continue to follow the protocols. Things are moving in the right direction. Let’s just not speed things up and continue to follow the rules and do what’s asked of us.”
Why you're wrong, Schoenfield: Such negativity! You act like all five of these guys are going to pitch at a worst-case scenario. How about suggesting a best-case scenario, where Ryu, Ray and Pearson crush it and Matz and Roark are above average? That's a great rotation ... and backed up by what may be the best offense in the majors. The biggest issue here, however, is you're overrating your beloved Rays. The Rays have their own rotation issues after trading Blake Snell and losing Charlie Morton. Your buddy Brad even rates Toronto's rotation ahead of Tampa Bay. And don't tell me you're taking Tampa's lineup over Toronto's -- especially when Vladimir Guerrero Jr. breaks out and hits .312 with 33 home runs.
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From Hall of Fame locks to rookies we can dream on, here's which current stars could eventually make it to Cooperstown.