MLB and the Dodgers

Lastcall

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Dodgers are looking good so far. Clayton Kershaw had his first start of this season pitching last night against the Twins. He pitched 7 perfect innings, struck out 13 batters. Its unheard of to take a pitcher out of the game with only 2 innings left for a perfect game. In the almost 150 years of baseball, there have only been 23 perfect games pitched, which is one pitcher, getting all 27 batters out, without anyone reaching base.

I think it was the wise move to pull him out because over the last several seasons, his arm had had numeours injuries, so he would have faced a strong potential of hurting his arm, then not pitching again for a few months. Clayton was fine with the decision, as the manager asked him, and he agreed it was not worth the risk. He is a true team player!
 

rks7777

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Reds fan here…..miserable season. The oldest professional franchise in baseball and relegated to laughingstock by an owner that does not care about putting a winning team on the field. Cincinnati is in catholic purgatory. So sad.
 

HisGloryIsPrecious

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I know it's early in the season, but the Mets are cruising, :slalomeven without deGrom. I feel different this year than in past seasons, and it has been a good distraction from this messed up world.
 

Tall Timbers

Imperfect but forgiven
Reds fan here…..miserable season. The oldest professional franchise in baseball and relegated to laughingstock by an owner that does not care about putting a winning team on the field. Cincinnati is in catholic purgatory. So sad.

At least there's a way to fix that... some indulgences to the local catholic bishop should take care of it. :hehee

I just looked at the standings... maybe it'll take lots and lots of indulgences...
 
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