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Price, who was traded to the Dodgers last February and watched his team win the World Series from home, said he feels comfortable returning for 2021.Detroit Tigers Face Coverings
Sale said he stayed in contact with Cora throughout last season and expects that even a younger team than the one Cora led in 2018 will benefit from his presence in the clubhouse.
"I was like a kid in a candy store, [Giolito] messaging me, some 21-year-old nobody, basically," said Parker, a Division III pitcher for Nebraska Wesleyan University. "I'm just so excited that something I offered was super cool. My teammates have been super supportive and always asking about who's messaging me, like, 'Oh my god, that's so crazy. Tell him I say hi.'"Pittsburgh Pirates Face Coverings
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Herrera has already come in contact with some Phillies veterans. Pitcher Aaron Nola said last week that he’d be OK with giving Herrera a second chance in the clubhouse. Hoskins has spoken to Herrera, as well.Kansas City Royals Face Coverings
Roberto Clemente was powered by what he preached. Perhaps the best example of this: "Any time you have an opportunity to make a difference in this world and you don't, then you are wasting your time on Earth," he said. Clemente died on New Year's Eve 1972 when the plane he was on, which was carrying supplies to victims of an earthquake in Nicaragua as part of a relief mission, went down over water. Major League Baseball's top humanitarian award, given to the player whose deeds off the field best exemplify Clemente's spirit, bears his name. On the field, Clemente was just as dynamic. He was the first Latin American player to reach 3,000 career hits. The two-time World Series champion finished with a career batting average of .317, and his .328 average in the 1960s was by far the best during a span defined by dominant pitching. Clemente won 12 Gold Gloves and was a 15-time All-Star. With a powerful and accurate right arm, he led the majors in outfield assists in six seasons and compiled 266 for his career -- the most by an outfielder in the past 80 years. Still, it was always about much more than greatness on the field to Clemente. He was fully conscious of his impact as a Black and Puerto Rican public figure, never missing an opportunity to denounce racism and discrimination.MLB Face Coverings Online Sale
The last time Posey was on the field, he was coming off hip surgery and struggling through the 2019 season, ultimately batting .257/.320/.368 with seven homers and 24 doubles in 114 games. In the seven prior seasons, he made six All-Star teams, won an MVP award and batted .308/.378/.466 while averaging 16 homers, 31 doubles and 141 games per year.