your "justification example" is actually a worse scenario than the mlb one. no, the employer has no right to investigate the personal lives
Not gonna lie - it felt really good to see Price get roughed up a bit and the BJs finally come back down to earth, if only for one game. Now the Rangers
You should hit the ball where the pitcher throws it. If he's pitching you away why try and pull it? I know a lot of it is just reaction, as there's no
In high-leverage situations: .289/.398/.588.
I don't know if using probably the most durable reliever in history as a benchmark for workloads is appropriate. That was his only outlandish workload
Is this based off anything?
There's an obvious explanation for his decline in performance. He led baseball in relief innings this season