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BessLineberger  
#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 16, 2021 3:47:54 AM(UTC)
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“That’s a fact,” he said. “Guys have talked about it, but I mean, in 2019, there was a huge class of free agent pitchers, and then that’s, quote-unquote, the juiced balls. Then 2020, it was a strange year with the COVID season, but now that we’re back to playing like a regular season with a ton of shortstops or position players that are going to be paid a lot of money, high-caliber players, I mean yeah, it’s not a coincidence.”SWIM CAP

All the other names listed as still in the running are having outstanding seasons, but some probably won’t make it on the All-Star staff of 12 that usually includes a handful of relievers. As such, the other two Mets -- Walker and Stroman -- are probably going to have a tough time making it.

The umpires will have clear guidance to enforce that all illegal substances will be banned, with pitchers permitted to only use the rosin bag to assist their grip. MLB, assuring there are no loopholes in the enforcement, also stipulates that no pitcher will be checked more frequently than any other, unless umpires detect suspicious behavior.NFL

Yankees play-by-play man Michael Kay strongly believes that Gerrit Cole will try and throw at Josh Donaldson when New York takes on Minnesota. 

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“And at one point they were all faces of the game,” he added. “They’re trending different now. They’re trending a little younger. Tatis, Vladdy [Guerrero Jr.], Ronald [Acuna], [Juan] Soto. They’re the faces of the game right now, the new wave.MLB

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Correa seems most likely to earn the reserve spot, though Bichette has similar power numbers and plays with a flair that would make him fun to see in the All-Star Game.NBA

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The first three batters in the sixth did damage: Crawford doubled, Haniger singled and Kyle Seager blasted a 426-foot home run near the concourse beyond the left-field wall, just underneath the Pepsi Porch. He got ahold of a 96 mph fastball from Mize to tie the game at three runs.
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