RT @craigcalcaterra: If it is asked, I'm sure the answer will be "look, we don't engage in hypotheticals here." Which, of course, is a dodge. Because they had a very real act that the protocols required -- isolating Turner once he got that inconclusive -- and failed to do it.
RT @craigcalcaterra: And again, as I said this morning: do not let the subject be changed to "why was Turner on the field for the celebration." That's a lesser issue that is more on Turner than anyone. The real question is why Turner was allowed to play from the 2nd through the 7th innings.
Yeah, consider the last time the Dodgers won the World Series in 1988, Hershiser pitched two complete game victories, including the Game 5 clincher. Plus, the Dodgers used seven pitchers to win last night. They used seven total to win the 1965 WS in seven games over the Twins.
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With the 2020 season now over, I just wanted to give a huge thank you to you all for following me. It's been a wild season and I appreciate you all.
MLB would have done extra testing and contact tracing had there been a Game 7, but based on past decisions, decent chance that even one positive would have forced some postponement. We’ll never know of course but LA win was a bit of a break.
RT @DaysTwins: Happy 55th Birthday to former #MNTwins LHP Larry Casian (@CoachCasian)! He was the #MNTwins 6th round pick in 1987 from Cal State-Fullerton. He debuted in Sept 1990 and pitched in 113 games over parts of 5 seasons. Went 9-7 with a 4.63 ERA. Released in 1994. Pitched until 1998. https://t.co/od7AbWkxVh
My final tweet of October 27th said I was prayerful that the 2021 baseball season would be a normal one. I then woke up to a picture of a player who tested positive hours earlier unmasked with his teammates. More recklessness and social irresponsibility. So much for prayers!