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2020 Schedule
0-0, 1st in AL West
2d

BBTN: Orioles P coach Doug Brocail on embracing analytics, his on-field near-death experience

Orioles pitching coach Doug Brocail joins Buster to talk about his journey to embracing analytics as a coach, what he could've done differently while playing if he had today's information, Trevor Hoffman's change-up, Tony Gwynn calling his own shots, playing with Jeff Bagwell and Craig Biggio, and his near-death experience on the field (11:01). Plus, Todd Radom on Miller Park and the weekly quiz (2:04).

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3dKelly Cohen

Are we witnessing the end of the high-five?

The celebration has been part of sports for more than 40 years. But with athletes rethinking distancing during the coronavirus pandemic, even the high-five's originator, Dusty Baker, is saying it's time to move on.

4d

BBTN: Wayne Kirby on breaking in gloves, the importance having fun, Manny Machado

Padres third base coach Wayne Kirby talks to Buster about the different ways to break in a glove, watching his brother play in the NFL, giving Adam Jones a hard time, the true importance of having fun, Albert Belle smashing plates after an 0-4 game and the lessons he's imparted on Manny Machado after going to San Diego (15:09). Plus, Marly Rivera on Alex Bregman firing his agent, and players' concerns about MLB's proposed health and safety protocols (2:50).

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7d

Ex-MLB manager Howe 'better' after virus battle

Former major league player and manager Art Howe was released from a hospital in Houston on Sunday after spending time in intensive care last week with the coronavirus.

Carlos Correa on why he is OK with pay cut (0:44)
5d
Why we're missing the Yankees-Astros rivalry (3:10)
9d

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Bob Watson, whose death was announced Thu., told The Undefeated in 2018 that as a Hou. minor leaguer in Jim Crow Fla. in 1966 he had to sleep in a black-owned mortuary for four nights until an African-American family took him in. He said of the aftermath of the 1968 assassination of Martin Luther King: "It was crushing...to have your leader taken out cowardly like that, we were getting set way, way back. I was surprised that we, as a nation, moved on. We moved on slowly, but we still moved on."

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10d

Bob Watson, former All-Star and GM, dies at 74

Bob Watson, whose career in baseball included stints as a player, coach, general manager and Major League Baseball executive, died Thursday, the Houston Astros announced. He was 74.

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10d

Ex-MLB manager Howe in ICU with coronavirus

Art Howe, who played in the major leagues before embarking on a managerial career with the Astros, Athletics and Mets, is hospitalized in intensive care due to the coronavirus, he confirmed to Houston TV station KPRC 2 on Thursday.

William Weinbaum ESPN 

A Yogi-ism for what would have been Lawrence Peter Berra's 95th birthday this week. From 30+ years ago, when the quotable Yogi was an Astros coach, pitcher Larry Andersen — asked in Kissimmee, Fla. about his favorite Berra story from spring training — said some of the players asked the Hall of Famer if he'd like to play golf. The response: "We can't, they're marinating the greens."

Carlos Correa picks winner of Ferguson vs. Gaethje (1:45)
15d

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average3.663rd
Quality Starts891st
WHIP1.136th
BAA.2212nd
Runs9203rd
Batting Average.2741st
On Base Percentage.3521st
Slugging Percentage.4951st