Lmao Mets and another relief pitching prospect, name a better duo
At least they got a position player as well I’ll take that return
Man I’ve been waiting for Wahl to get his call up! Best of luck to him. Mets fan he is going to a great arm in your bullpen! Just had a great outing the other day, 10 pitches, 10 strikes, and 3 Ks to close out the 9th.
No not wahl!
Wahl is a strike out machine and Toffey is a high contact 1b/3b. Very good sleeper in Toffey but Wahl is basically the prospect version of Familia. Honestly, not sure why they didn't call Wahl up immediately. Dude has been a strike out king this entire season.
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Even more impressively, every one of those 43 XBH has been at least a double.
Miggy 2 bags.
Difference is that Andujar was a top prospect. Solarte was never expected to be good unlike him
Am I crazy to say he’s working his way into the MVP conversation?
Tim McCarver has a lot of bad calls.
"This is Ridiculous. I'm going home." is not one of them.
Jeebus Carpenter is murdering the ball.
IMO, no. Dude is absolutely killing it and had one bad month.
Jesus was a carpenter
Jose Ramirez has overtaken Mike Trout on the BaseballReference war leaderboard.
After being ahead of everyone by nearly 2 wins for months and a projected best season in modern history, Trout is now second on the war leaderboard for the first time since the beginning of May.
This is what we get for overfishing our oceans
The WAR Lord has been defeated
>best player on a boston or new york sports team
>everybody forgets about him
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If JRam and Trout keep up the pace they're at, it's going to be a photo-finish for the race for MVP.
And this is the largest single-game crowd in all of mlb this year, not just for the A’s
Familia putting butts in the seats already
It'll be a crowd of at least 54,000. The record at the Coliseum is about 55,600 and we've added SRO since then.
EDIT: Based on tickets sold, tonight's projected crowd will be 56,782. The previous record is 55,989. If verified it'll be the largest crowd in the history of the Coliseum.
Yes, and it doesn't include numbers.
The A's should be happy. He has a long history of delivering punchouts.
And unlike Chapman, he doesn't choke.
Wouldn't it be the ultimate Metsing if Familia didn't clear his medical review
The knights have one of the most beautiful parks in AAA. You have to sit on the third base side though.
Stealing this to show people in San Antonio what a "AAA downtown ballpark" really looks like.
What a gorgeous park. That's amazing.
I'm saving this pic, just absolutely beautiful.
I get it now
How do these happen? I mean, I hope it continues, just curious where they come from.
Most stadiums are a mess of tunnels and catwalks with access from the outside. Cat gets in and ends up on the field
Love the attempted jumps into the stands before it realizes there's people there
The Orioles have reached 70 losses before 30 wins.
At this pace (.286 WP), the Orioles would finish 46-116, becoming the inverse '01 Mariners.
Does that mean they'll make the playoffs for each of the next 16+ years?
Yes after they trade for Machado
This team has to have a hot streak at some point, right?
"In a tragic accident, the planes of 27 MLB teams collided in air above Dodger Stadium, killing both teams on the field. The Baltimore Orioles were the only team not affected by the accident, and as such secured a World Series appearance. They face off against a Dodgers squad staffed only by Clayton Kershaw and Manny Machado, who were both absent from the game that night. The series is led 3-1 by the Los Angeles Dodgers."