The cold weather teams wanted to have an off-day to protect their opener. If it was rainy or too cold, they could come back with opening-day ceremonies the next day.
Oh will have to decide if he wants to stay in the states and pitch, which I think he wants to do. Yes, there will be extension talks.
I hope Cecil is as good as everybody thinks he is. The fans seem to have 30 million reasons why he should pitch Tuesday.
Martinez will be the ace of this staff for the next five years. Last night was an example of why.
You're welcome. When your best is throwing a shutout and he's ahead, he stays in the game. He was only in the 70s, as far as pitches then.
Yes, Bader does seem to have that something extra. But, right now, you have an outfield you could imagine being here for the next two or three years in Grichuk, Fowler and Piscotty. The future may not be quite now.
I think Molina will at some point be convinced by his manager that playing first base (or DHing) is like a day off, but still a day on.
You will see Albert Almora Jr., very soon in center field. Perhaps even Jon Jay.
Cleveland is too good, right now, even though it's been since 1948 since the Tribe won. San Diego might be the way to go.
Coaches can only do so much. And they don't have second-base coaches, but I like the idea. Runners here have to be more aggressive, not necessarily faster.