Righthander will start first spring game Saturday. Wong, DeJong, Ozuna, Martinez, Bader to be in lineup. Carpenter, Goldschmidt to play Sunday.
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JUPITER, Fla. • The Cardinals' full-squad workout ended a half-hour prior, but here is Ozzie Smith, coaching infielders wearing uniform numbers of some of the years he played. There's No. 82, Tommy Edman. And No. 79, Max Schrock. They're turning double-plays from shortstop, along with Paul DeJong, who scoops up a grounder and tosses it to second and… wait, did Jose Oquendo just turn that double play?
Maybe it’s not that Mike Shildt is the best manager for Dexter Fowler — maybe it’s just that the best manager for Dexter Fowler is anybody but the previous manager.
Preseason book piles blame on Cardinals management — especially Mozeliak — for Fowler's struggles in 2018. But there's no mention of the outfielder being one of baseball's worst hitters in '18. Or that 'Mo' and Shildt have given Fowler multiple chances to turn things around.
Perez played every position but catcher for Milwaukee a year ago. Spangenberg, who signed with the Brewers in January, played multiple positions for the Padres last season.
MISSOULA — Lefty Pleasant, beloved greeter at Walmart in Missoula, father to Richard, Dave, and T. William (T-Bone) Pleasant, storied baseball legend and fan from yesteryear’s baseball game, and veteran of the atomic tests in the Nevada desert, passed away on Feb. 13 at the age of 90. A life well lived came to an end, but with an abundance of love, honor, and fascinating stories and memories left by such a Montana man.
POCATELLO — Isaac Brown sat on the hardwood as pandemonium filled The Snake Pit.
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Before announcing Arizona’s starting lineup, McKale Center shuts off the lights and plays a hype video counting down all of the UA’s accomplishments such as NBA Draft picks, All-Americans, conference championships, Sweet 16s, Elite Eights, Final Fours and of course, Lute Olson showing off his national championship ring.
He was on his way to the major leagues from right here in eastern Idaho, but then hit some rough patches in his career and life.