I would like to see him and Gardner during their run-through-a-wall drills.
Not this year he hasn't. Lindgren was up a tick on Monday but, as I've posted ad nauseum, he's been mostly 87-90 since ST and topping out around 91 at
As someone pointed out in the Lindgren thread, the answer is Deion Sanders.
That Lindgren postgame interview is worth a watch. Too funny. The kid was so nervous but in a refreshing way. Good one-liner to end it, though. Hope he
Pirela is better than some of you are giving him credit for. His slow start is definitely not helping but he should get some MLB time to see if he can
Would be a miracle if he stays healthy the whole season. Forget being productive.