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Postby WilliamR » Thu Feb 04, 2021 9:15 pm

"He's a guy that, coming off of a 2020 with a lighter starting workload, for 2022, we have to be very creative, we have to be very cautious of how many innings we put under his belt. And the bullpen role is probably the safest landing spot to accomplish that. Hopefully we look up at the end of the year and he's got an ample amount of innings, therefore we're comfortable with him starting the following year."Boston Red Sox

Authorities at the scene reportedly responded to the arrival of the protesters — estimated to be around 30 in number — by closing off the facility, leaving hundreds of drivers and passengers to wait in line outside the stadium.

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“It’s an interesting parallel to my career. Nobody knew what to do with me. I would get some base hits and then I’d run the bases like I was invisible. I would do something pretty good on defense -- and then I would do something where you might say, ‘I don’t think he has ever taken a ground ball his entire life.’ And so here you have this run of two weeks, and then the World Series and you’re like, which guy is this?”

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The D-backs said both teams will sell 2,200 tickets for each game, about 20% of the normal capacity of the 11,000-seat ballpark, which opened in 2011.Colorado Rockies

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After getting outrighted by the Twins, Stewart signed on with the Baltimore Orioles. Stewart opted out of the 2020 season due to being a Type 1 diabetic and being considered high-risk for COVID-19.Atlanta Braves

Now that Cleveland has traded Lindor to the Mets, he would supplant Rocky Colavito as the biggest star the franchise has traded away. Since Lindor's first full season in 2016, he ranks fifth among position players in bWAR while making four All-Star team, winning two Gold Gloves and finishing in the top 10 of the MVP voting three times. At 27, he's also in the prime of his career.

"The mindset remains the same," Torkelson said, adding he is working out this winter at Push Performance in Arizona. "Go about your business, work hard, be a good teammate and be obsessed with winning. That's all you can control. Just win and have fun doing it. Everything else will follow."Milwaukee Brewers
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