Daily Archives: May 29, 2016
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P- Justin Verlander (vs. Los Angeles Angels): $10,900
P- Carlos Martinez (vs. Milwaukee Brewers): $7,400
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It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.
— AJ Bianco (@AJBianco) May 26, 2016
Uniform walls and foul lines seem like they should be what we want. But is it?
It is a “All Bent Out Of Shape” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Chase Utley, Kyle Kendricks, Hank Conger, Dallas Keuchel, Xander Bogaerts and Ryan Zimmerman added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball yesterday.
See the updated listing of WOB on MLB Reports
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Last night after throwing behind Chase Utley, Syndergaard solidified his place in Mets lore as one of the most demagogue players to wear orange and blue. I’d like to think that if this were 1986, this Texas native could have easily donned a t-shirt that read, “Don’t F— With Me” and fit right in to the brash and ego driven team that eventually won the World Series.
Months after that fateful night in October, when Utley was a complete tool and broke Tejada’s leg, Noah Syndergaard sent a message that he will never forget any action taken against his fellow teammates. After much discussion in the media and amongst fans on Twitter, Syndergaard set the record straight and his message was sent loud and clear. Unfortunately for the Mets, he was promptly ejected by young 33 year old umpire Adam Hamari for a pitch that was clearly behind Utley and in no way going to harm the Dodgers second baseman.
Heckling has been a part of the baseball experience since the earliest days. Some fans believe that paying for a ticket gives them a right to razz players, both opposing and their own, if they feel it is deserved. This is certainly not one of the more pleasant aspects of the game, and one time Hall-of-Fame manager Connie Mack once decided he had enough and had one particularly aggressive fan arrested for the negative impact he was having on his Philadelphia Athletics.