Stone-cold robbery by Marlins prospect

Stone-cold robbery by Marlins prospect In what could be the catch of the year, Marlins prospect Stone Garrett made a leaping grab to rob a homer before flipping over the wall in Double-A Jacksonville’s 3-1 loss to Biloxi on Friday. Source: https://www.milb.com/news/article.jsp?ymd=20190726&content_id=309445960&fext=.jsp&vkey=news_milb&sid=milb

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Latest On Marlins’ Trevor Richards

Latest On Marlins’ Trevor Richards Marlins right-hander Trevor Richards has surfaced as a trade candidate in advance of next week’s deadline, but he’s now changing roles. Richards will shift to the Marlins’ bullpen, and fellow righty Elieser Hernandez will take his spot in the Marlins’ rotation, Joe Frisaro of MLB.com relays. That could make Richards…

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Mitch Garver’s Quietly Great Season

Mitch Garver’s Quietly Great Season The Twins entered play Friday with the majors’ most home runs, second-best wRC+ and third-most runs, all of which helps explain their 62-40 record and two-game lead in the American League Central. The likes of Nelson Cruz (who swatted three homers Thursday), Jorge Polanco and Max Kepler are among Twins…

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Effectively Wild Episode 1409: Appointment Podcasting

Effectively Wild Episode 1409: Appointment Podcasting Ben Lindbergh and Meg Rowley follow up on the feedback to the preceding “best players of the decade” episode and minimum innings vs. three-pitch innings, then banter about Mike Trout‘s new-and-improved throwing arm (and Ross Stripling’s new-and-improved ability to retire Mike Trout), trade-deadline procrastination, the Giants’ and Mets’ outlooks,…

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