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The guys opened the show by discussing David Ortiz's struggles.
Dale, Michael and Jerry continue to discuss and take reaction to deflategate, with the latest wrinkles coming from the NFL social media department taking shots at the organization even after Robert Kraft capitulated to his team's punishment.
shortstop? Sure. Hanley Ramirez ? Why not. Manny Machado? Seems fair. Henry Aaron at shortstop? Call him Hank. Willie Mays ? Say hey. Obviously, there is a degree of exaggeration in such a characterization. Nonetheless, it's clear that
either, but here's the top 10 career leaders in wins over replacement: Babe Ruth Cy Young Barry Bonds Walter Johnson Willie Mays Ty Cobb Hank Aaron Roger Clemens Tris Speaker Honus Wagner Pretty fair, right? Forgetting steroids and all the other
Larry Hisle's career average, for all you fans of the 1978 Milwaukee Brewers ) and isn't going to be confused with Willie Mays (or Hayes, to be fair) as a defensive center fielder. I get it. Pedroia and Gonzalez are great players. Ellsbury
mid-career, sometimes you'll see it from a player at the end of his career when he realizes his bat is slowing down (see Willie Mays in 1971). And this is all happening in a spot in the lineup -- between a premier leadoff hitter batting over .300
man over ticket allotment (gee, how did such an act of rage come about?) as for his 555 home runs. Until Friday, Willie Mays misplaying balls in the outfield for the 1973 Mets was the standard we set for embarrassing final acts by baseball players
Thursday’s 4-3 victory over the Orioles, moving past Willie Mays for sole possession of fourth place on baseball’s all-time ..... scoreboard: 661 Home Runs. Alex Rodriguez just surpassed Willie Mays for sole possession of 4th place on baseball’s all-time home
when the Red Sox fell to the Yankees , 3-2, on an eighth-inning home run from Alex Rodriguez , his 660th, tying Willie Mays for the fourth most in MLB history. Masterson was not responsible for the go-ahead run, as the right-hander tossed
After Alex Rodriguez tied Willie Mays for fourth on MLB’s all-time list with his 660th home run, which went over the Green Monster on Friday, the Red Sox fan who
Rodriguez hit home run No. 660 Friday night against the Red Sox . (Jim Rogash/Getty Images) After Alex Rodriguez tied Willie Mays for fourth on MLB’s all-time list with his 660th home run, which went over the Green Monster on Friday, the Red Sox
to be the game-winning home run in the Yankees ‘ 3-2 win. It was also the 660th of his career, tying him with Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time list. “I don’t know what it means,” Rodriguez said after. “I’m just very excited