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Mike Trout homered again on his birthday, but Robinson Chirinos drove in two runs without a hit and the Texas Rangers snapped a three-game losing streak with a 4-3 win over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.
Former Angels staffer Eric Kay has been charged with illegal possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance in connection with the death of pitcher Tyler Skaggs.
SNY’s Steve Gelbs joins Buster to talk about Pete Alonso, his slow start, how the anger he harbors from being bullied drives him and what a genuine person he truly is (6:09). Next, Yahoo! Sports’ Hannah Keyser stops by to discuss profiling the Philly Phanatic, getting autographs from your heroes, the latest MLB’s health and safety protocol and the idea of a playoff bubble (19:54). Plus, Todd Radom administers the weekly quiz and talks ballparks in Texas (39:01).
There are outrageous golf shots, a picture-perfect wedding and, of course, his unmatched prowess on the diamond. Is there anything Mike Trout can't do?
Shohei Ohtani homered in his first plate appearance since being shut down as a pitcher, Dylan Bundy struck out 10 in the third complete game of his career and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 6-1 on Thursday.
BBTN: Marly Rivera share the pulse of the players living under MLB health protocol, Jesse Rogers on players utilizing pent up energy on the field
Marly Rivera joins Buster to discuss the Marlins’ 5-1 start, the pulse of players as they live under MLB’s strict health and safety protocol, and Aaron Judge not thinking about his injuries (6:41). Later, Jesse Rogers stops by to talk about lax protocol causing coronavirus outbreaks among the Cardinals and Marlins, the new rules put in place by the league, players utilizing pent up energy on the field, the Cubs’ great start and where the Cubs stand with their stars set to be free agents in 2021 (19:04).
Eric and Tristan breakdown the future of the Angels, search for saves and discuss offenses to stream against.
Scorching slugger Kyle Seager hit a three-run homer, rookie Kyle Lewis stayed hot with an RBI single, and the Seattle Mariners overcame two home runs by Mike Trout to beat the Los Angeles Angels 7-6 on Wednesday night.
Saying the Angels signed him "thinking that I'm gonna be a two-way player," an optimistic Shohei Ohtani said Wednesday he hopes to keep pitching when his arm recovers.
BBTN: Reds GM Nick Krall on Nicholas Castellanos, a day in the life of a GM, evaluating trades this season
Reds general manager Nick Krall joins Buster to discuss meeting Eddie Murray as a bat boy with the A’s, the process of signing Nicholas Castellanos as a free agent, a day in the life of a Major League Baseball GM, how he’s evaluating trades given the current circumstances and his assessment of the team at this early point in the season (20:40). Dave Schoenfield also hops on to “talk about the Rockies,” ponder whether closers are as necessary as we think, marvel at the excellence of Dustin May and declare the predictability of Mike Trout hitting a home run after returning from paternity leave (7:53). Later, Hembo stops by to give his review of the extra-innings rule and the three-batter minimum for pitchers (34:20).
Mike Trout homered in his first plate appearance as a father, Albert Pujols moved one step closer to Willie Mays on the career home runs list and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Seattle Mariners 5-3 on Tuesday night.
Angels star Mike Trout on Tuesday homered in his first at-bat since his wife gave birth to the couple's first child, Beckham Aaron Trout, on Thursday.
Los Angeles Angels manager Joe Maddon said Shohei Ohtani isn't likely to pitch again this season, but he still expects Ohtani to be a two-way player for the team down the line.
Tim Kurkjian joins Buster to discuss crushing injuries to Mike Soroka and Shohei Ohtani, San Diego's impressive start, Boston's "indescribably bad" pitching and Rob Manfred's handling of recent events (7:44). Plus, Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the Cardinals' COVID-19 outbreak (25:04) and Derek Jeter explains how the virus infiltrated Miami's clubhouse (39:05).
A fruit becomes an NBA legend. Babies are born. The Drake curse is really ending. This was an interesting weekend, to say the least.
Shohei Ohtani has been shut down as a pitcher for at least four to six weeks after being diagnosed with a Grade 1-2 strain of the flexor pronator mass in his right forearm.
Jo Adell, one of the best prospects in the sport, will join the Los Angeles Angels for their six-game road trip, which begins Tuesday in Seattle, a source confirmed to ESPN.
Karl Ravech joins Buster to talk about Aaron Judge looking like an absolute beast, Shohei Ohtani’s future as pitcher, the Cubs and Twins’ hot starts, and where things stand in MLB with positive coronavirus tests popping up (8:26). Later, Sarah Langs drops by to play the Numbers game and to discuss where Yoenis Céspedes’ disappearing act ranks among moments of Mets dysfunction (32:22).
Eric and Tristan embrace Tyler Chatwood, wonder aloud how to navigate the upcoming schedule and discuss roster adjustments.
Early returns have yielded surprises, with some superteams looking ready to rule.
- Other Games
Earned Run Average4.3819th
On Base Percentage.30918th