As in, hasn't played, or did he change his name to Manny Rodriguez and start playing SS?
I didn't know he had left.As in, hasn't played, or did he change his name to Manny Rodriguez and start playing SS?
Edit: last news I see is that his season is on pause
Manny Ramirez won't be playing in the Australian Baseball League, for now. As we prepare to bunker in for a long winter here in the United States, baseball...calltothepen.com
I'm confused...were there stats up there for Manny at one point?I didn't know he had left.
I just quickly linked to the team stats because they are still claiming he is on the roster -- at least on the roster update page. I figured the link would have his numbers in there -- and it may still I suppose.
I guess Chaim couldn’t find $2M for this year?Jon Lester to the Nats. 1 year deal..
Former Red Sox coach and PawSox manager Ron Johnson passed away following being hospitalized with COVID-19. He was 64 years old.
That is so odd. There must be more to it. If that is the reason, is it because he is tired of being a utility guy?"Free-agent infielder Brock Holt in agreement with Rangers on minor-league deal, source tells @TheAthletic. Can earn $1.75M in majors with $750K in incentives. Had major-league offers but chose Rangers because of opportunity at third base. " - Ken
He might figure that an opening in the starting lineup offers two opportunities to make the big team. Open competition for the 3B job /platoon opportunity plus his flexibility as a utility guy.That is so odd. There must be more to it. If that is the reason, is it because he is tired of being a utility guy?
EDIT: Just remembered he was born in TX and probably has friends and family there.
Matt Olson is a very good young 1b and I'm sure they could've found a cheaper backup. Maybe they wanted someone who could hit a little to add to their DH mix and were willing to pay $2.5m in case they trade Olson during the year. Still strikes me as odd.
I saw another report indicating a BAC of .30. I sure hope 8:15 a.m. is an error... that's insane.Police in Windermere, outside of Orlando, arrested Damon around 8:15 a.m. for resisting an officer without violence and driving with a blood-alcohol level above .20, more than twice the legal limit, according to police reports.
In the TMZ article, it says Damon was pulled over just before 1:30 AM. Not that it makes it that much better, but glad he wasn't blowing .30 at 8:30 in the morning.Former Red Sox star Johnny Damon arrested on drunk driving charge in Florida - The Boston Globe
I saw another report indicating a BAC of .30. I sure hope 8:15 a.m. is an error... that's insane.
- 0.20-0.29%: Stupor, confusion, feeling dazed, and disorientation are common. Standing and walking may require help, as balance and muscle control will have deteriorated significantly. Sensations of pain will change, so if you fall and seriously hurt yourself, you may not notice, and you are less likely to do anything about it. Nausea and vomiting are likely to occur, and the gag reflex will be impaired, which could cause choking or aspirating on vomit. Blackouts begin at this BAC, so you may participate in events that you don’t remember.
- 0.30-0.39%: At this point, you may be unconscious and your potential for death increases. Along with a loss of understanding, at this BAC you’ll also experience severe increases in your heart rate, irregular breathing and may have a loss of bladder control.
Yeah, my old BAC "buddy wheel" was well into the red at .30
I doubt Johnny weighs 160Yeah, my old BAC "buddy wheel" was well into the red at .30
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A 160-pound man would have a BAC of 0.30 by consuming 11 drinks in an hour.
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