It had been a bad year. Previously a dangerous eighth-inning man for the Arizona Diamondbacks, his ERA was sitting a good two runs higher than the year before. That night against the Chicago Cubs, he gave up the deciding run in a 12-inning loss. Still, that didn’t seem to explain the scene that FOX Sports Arizona cameras caught in the dugout in the closing moments of the game.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. –When someone asks Pat Kelly to wrestle this year, he will decline. That may seem like the obvious thing to do. Most people would answer such an offer with a polite “no thank you,” but for Kelly it will signal the end of an era. Because throughout the 62-year-old’s long minor-league managing career, there’s been an understanding among his players: If you challenge Kelly to a wrestling match, he will accept. And he will win. He’s taken all challengers over the years.
GOODYEAR, Ariz. – This past winter was not the first time that Billy Hamilton ever has heard his named included in trade speculation. But it certainly was the most often he’s heard it. The Cincinnati Reds center fielder was the subject of serious discussions between the Reds and San Francisco Giants at the Winter Meetings. Those talks have since died down, and Hamilton is pretty likely to remain with the team, at least to start the season.
@Pronate@datahamo I read it. You've clearly done a lot of work. But some obvious things missing:
1. Any research you've done from this millennium.
2. Actual claims about being able to prevent UCL tears.
3. Research to back those claims.
4. Peer-reviewed studies of your work.
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