Eric Stephen always providing us with the most interesting information.
After another St. Louis win tonight, the all-time Dodgers-Cardinals series — dating back to 1892 — is 1,029-1,028 Dodgers— Eric Stephen (@ericstephen) April 10, 2019
Andrew Friedman interview:
“We want to put him in the position to take down as much workload as he possibly can this year, so that next year in 2020, he can kind of be in a position like Walker Buehler was last year.”— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 9, 2019
(Dodgers x @CohnReznick) pic.twitter.com/KBxXZ1Dfht
MLB.com writer, Mike Rosenbaum, writes his top 10 bold prospect predictions. In it, he says Dustin May and Tony Gonsolin will be in the 2019 Dodgers starting rotation for most of the season? Do you agree with this?
Around the league...
Bryce Harper homers off of his former teammate, Steven Strasburg.
Goodness...#RingTheBell pic.twitter.com/48fS555u49— Philadelphia Phillies (@Phillies) April 10, 2019
After Sunday’s scuffle between the Pirates and Reds, suspensions were handed out. ESPN wrote about their punishments, as well as reviews the details of the brawl.
The Boston Red Sox had their 2019 World Series Ring Ceremony on Tuesday. You can watch the hour-long ceremony here ... if that’s what you’re into. Or you can just look at this photo. The Athletic (subscription required) published a story about how the rings were made.
And look who showed up to the ceremony ... Mannywood!
Chris Davis broke the MLB record for ... not doing anything. He now has a 0-for-49 hitless streak. And the New York Times wrote about how Davis is like a tasty yet overpriced cheesecake. Wait, what?
Check out this throw to home plate by A’s Ramón Laureano.
We'll keep saying it if we have to ...— MLB (@MLB) April 10, 2019
DON'T RUN ON LAUREANO. pic.twitter.com/c6DIu7uplU
Lastly (how could we not include this):
"See, what had happened was..." - Marcell Ozuna, probably. pic.twitter.com/1pHXLaeDOq— Cut4 (@Cut4) April 10, 2019