The Tigers drew out an 8-4 succes today over the evenly troubled Orioles, but the win didn’t come without a exhibition share of bummer news. Baseball legend Miguel Cabrera was hoisted for a pinch hitter in the seventh inning, and the club announced after video games that the former Triple Crown winner is dealing with right knee soreness; as veteran reporter Chris McCosky of the Detroit News was quick to note, Cabrera has been dealing with here chronic suffering in that knee all season( link ).
Across 1200 dish looks since the commencement of the 2017 season, Cabrera owns a. 273/.347 /. 405 batting pipeline; his wRC+ of an even 100 indicates that he has been the perfect exemplar of a league-average hitter over that time frame. Of course, it is without the slightest chip of schadenfreude that one would point out how far those differentiates have fallen since Cabrera’s heyday. Miggy garnered MVP polls in every season ranging from 2003 -2 016; in that same span, he made ten All-Star plays, won two MVP bestows, and took home seven Silver Slugger trophies. Jason Beck of MLB.com indicates that Cabrera is considered ” day-to-day” for the time being( link ).
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Bob Hohler of The Boston Globe had the privilege of interfacing the coming week with retired Red Sox slugger David Ortiz, who made his first public comments to an English-language publishing since being shooting in a near-fatal June 9 occurrence in the Dominican Republic. “People need to understand, this isn’t a movie whatever it is you take the shot in the street and you’re back two minutes later, ’’ Ortiz said in the wide-ranging piece, which covers the events of that fateful darknes and his ensuing recuperation process. “I got shot and almost died. I only have one life to live. I can’t just go to the pharmacy and buy another one.’’ As Hohler’s part goes on to delineate, justice has still been hard to come by for the future Hall of Famer, as investigators in the DR are still yet to pinpoint a motive behind the two attacks that seems coherent to Ortiz; the former Boston great has since hired former Boston police commissioner Ed Davis to investigate the case. The Navigators have set something of an ignoble record in 2019, as Cut4′ s Jake Mintz& Jordan Shusterman point out that Seattle has given playing time to an all-time-high 67 players this season( link ). While many around baseball are giving attention to the litany of home run records being smashed this year, manager Scott Servais and GM Jerry Dipoto have arguably achieved a much more impressive feat in managing such a revolving door of a clubhouse.
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