All Your Perfect Imperfections By: Emma Baccellieri It has now been exactly one week, give or take a few hours, since this play: Jose Lobaton beat the tag. He was safe. And then, upon further examination, he was discovered to have beat the tag but to have lifted his foot up off the base ever…
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An anecdotal assessment of Mark Trumbo’s defensive skill, and a breakdown of where Shohei Otani won’t go.
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