Even if he's a league average starter still more valuable than a closer.
I love how the "unwritten rules" allow for pitchers to go ham and show off their excitement as much as they want after a big pitch/K yet the moment a batter does the same he instantly warrants a 90mph ball to the head/torso...
Pitchers have some of the most fragile ego's in sports man
I predict no less than 4-5 bench clearings in the ALCS given the Royals role as the new guardians of the unwritten rules
Dude just hit the biggest homer of his career though and the biggest for Toronto in over 2 decades with emotions running high after the craziest inning ever...cut him some slack .
I can almost bet that Dyson would've been fist pumping and yelling had he struck him out
Word,dude's want to see automatons playing baseball
No wonder the average viewer age tends to skew much older...
I love wat joey bats, Bryce haper, and Puig do its called personality.... that's why NBA has gotten more boring u get a TECH just for taunting come on man
Bat tosses never bothered me. It brings more attention to the game, the unwritten rules and old school way makes the game boring. I know Bautista's bat flip and stare down were over the top but hey everybody still talking about it and that's good for baseball. In the NFL you can't even really celebrate after scoring a TD w/o being fined or getting a penalty. I hate that, its almost robotic not being able to show emotion.