Category Archives: NL West

Rangers Manager Chris Woodward and Reliever Ian Gibaut suspended

San Diego’s 21-year-old short stop Fernando Tatis Jr. (supposedly) broke one of baseball’s unwritten rules last night, and now the Rangers are the ones in trouble. Not following? Read on. By now, you’ve probably heard that Fernando Tatis, Jr. had himself a night last night, smashing a 3-run homer and a grand slam in the 14-4 clobbering over the Texas

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Dodgers’ Joe Kelly Suspended For Eight Games

Bench clearing brawls just aren’t the same during a pandemic. Dodgers reliever Joe Kelly has earned himself a little rest for the next week or so, after it was clear he was throwing at the Astros on Tuesday Night. The Dodgers are understandably probably still upset about that stolen 2017 World Series, so it wasn’t completely unexpected that they’d bean

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7/27/20 – weekend in review: Jays Find a Home, Moonshots Galore, Verlander’s (Season Ending?) Injury, and a Dodgers Fan Lost Their Head

Blue Jays Finally Find A Home Remember when the Canadian government denied the Blue Jays from hosting home games in Toronto with less than two weeks before their Home Opener? Well, the team can finally breathe a sigh of relief, as they’ve officially decided that they’ll be playing at a minor league park in Buffalo. Unfortunately, the park will need

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Mookie + LA 4 Eva

Fans that were worried about not getting to see Mookie Betts play in a Dodgers uniform due to the short, fan-less season can breathe a little easier tonight. The Dodgers just married Mookie Betts, signing him to a 12-year, $365 million extension, which is longer than most marriages in Los Angeles (Ba-dum-bum-skish). In all seriousness though – the Dodgers wanted

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