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#1 13-09-2017 05:11:29

billtao
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Real or not? It's time to appreciate the greatness of Indians' win str

Zimmer injured. One piece of bad Gilbert Perreault Youth Jersey news for the Indians: Center fielder Bradley Zimmer will undergo surgery for a broken fourth metacarpal suffered on a head-first slide into first base on Sunday (you can say it). The Indians didn't give a timetable for his return, but it's certainly possible he's done for the season. The immediate baseball: What do the Indians do in center field? Zimmer is clearly the best defender http://www.officialbuffalosabres.com/Ad … ult-Jersey out there, and it's basically been a Zimmer/Austin Jackson platoon of late. With a right-hander starting for the Tigers on Monday, September call-up Greg Allen drew the start. He's an unlikely replacement, even though he's a switch-hitter, since all his production in the minors came from the right side (.923 OPS versus LHP, .619 versus RHP). You could just go with Jackson, who has crushed lefties (.997 OPS) and fared well enough against righties (.734 OPS). Lonnie Chisenhall played some center earlier in the season, but hasn't started there since May 22. Tyler Brandon Saad Authentic Jersey Naquin is still around, but he has spent almost all of the season in the minors and I doubt Terry Francona will want to relive Naquin's adventures on defense from last October. Some of this depends on whether Michael Brantley gets healthy for the playoffs. If not, it's probably Chisenhall in left, Jackson in center and Jay Bruce in right, with maybe Brandon Guyer or even Allen platooning with Chisenhall. Wild-card winner of the night. The Texas Rangers beat the Seattle Mariners 5-3 to improve to 19-12 in their past 31 games. In one sense, however, the big winner was the Minnesota Twins, who didn't even play. While the Rangers won, the Royals, Mariners, Orioles and Rays all lost. Wild-card loser of the night. The Baltimore Orioles lost 4-3 to the Toronto Blue Jays for their fifth loss in a row, dropping two games under .500 and 3.5 games behind the idle Twins. Ubaldo Jimenez http://www.officialcolumbusbluejackets. … aad-Jersey allowed three runs in five innings, good enough to actually lower his ERA from 6.80 to 6.75. Remarkably, the Orioles are 11-12 when he starts. Anyway, while Mark Trumbo homered in this game, one thing the Orioles will look back upon if this season ends without a playoff appearance is the disappointing production from Trumbo and Chris Davis. Those two combined for 85 home runs in 2016 and ranked 37th (Trumbo) and 71st (Davis) among qualified regulars in wOBA. This year, they've combined for 47 home runs and rank 116th (Davis) and 135th (Trumbo) out of 148 regulars. Sad tweet of the night. Due to Hurricane Irma, the Tampa Bay Rays moved their home series against the New York Yankees to Citi Field and this happened: You can imagine how much the Rays players must have loved having this series rescheduled to be played in New York, essentially giving the Yankees a home game, just minus the Little Authentic Logan Couture Womens Jersey League porch in right field. Anyway, the Yankees won 5-1 and the most interesting thing was how Joe Girardi managed CC Sabathia. He got burned in Sabathia's last start when he left him in a couple batters too long. This time, he pulled him with one out in the fifth inning and the Yankees up 5-1. There were two on, but Girardi didn't care about letting Sabathia qualify for the win: t's exactly how Girardi should be managing given his bullpen. If Sabathia's ego is bruised with the quick hook, so be it. The Yankees are trying to chase down the Red Sox and if you can put the game away you do it. Don't give the other team a chance to get back in it. David Robertson pitched 2⅔ scoreless innings, throwing 36 pitches and showing Girardi he could be a multi-inning reliever out of the pen down the stretch (and in the postseason). Many, many other examples have emerged over the past couple of years about how power hitting hasn’t always translated into dollars or perceived value: Mike Napoli clubbed a career-high 34 homers for the Cleveland Indians last http://www.officialsanjosesharks.com/Ad … ure-Jersey year, and he had to settle for a one-year deal with the Texas Rangers. The Detroit Tigers took outfielder J.D. Martinez into the market in early July, hoping that a robust deal for him would emerge, but they received only marginal return for him from the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jay Bruce has been one of baseball’s best home run hitters this season, and he passed through waivers in early August before the New York Mets moved him to Cleveland -- and almost all of the return for the Mets was rooted in the salary they didn’t pay to Bruce, rather than the value of the prospect they received.

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