Happy Tuesday, everyone!
Indians 1, Royals 5
Based on the box score and a quick recap from my mother over the phone, I’m sort of glad I missed this one. But Lindor now has 30 home runs for the second time in his career, so that’s cool.
Josh Donaldson wasn’t the only player to go yard for the Columbus Clippers yesterday. Yu Chang hit two dingers in the final regular season game for the Triple-A affiliate.
What’s the point of having a piece of the stadium signed by the fans if it’s not even going to be visible to future patrons?
The team has played extremely well since the All-Star break, but they do seem to be in a bit of a funk as of late. Lindor isn’t exactly sure what’s going on.
Around the league
- Joey Votto was involved in the trade of a lifetime yesterday.
- Wil Myers apologized for being critical of manager Andy Green.
- Kenley Jansen may not make the Dodgers’ next trip to Colorado due to his heart condition.
- Jacob deGrom entered the history books on Monday night.
- It’s 2018 and Matt Kemp is hitting walk-off hits left and right.
- Cole Hamels is throwing shade at Milwaukee:
Hamels on first taste of Cubs-Brewers at Miller Park:— Tony Andracki (@TonyAndracki23) September 3, 2018
"When you have a majority Cubs fans in the stands, I don't know if that's a rivalry yet. I've been in rivalries. They're not gonna like me for the comment but you can look at the ticket sales."