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Good morning baseball fans!
Here is a look at what’s going on around the American League East.
- Superhuman Eric Thames left Wednesday’s game with hamstring tightness but is probably just did it to lull every other team into a sense of security. Also, he’s not here for you haters.
- Mets scratched Syndergaard from start yesterday due to ‘tired arm’, Thor himself not expecting it to be a big issue in the future.
- Panda down: Pablo Sandoval will head to the 10-day DL with a right knee sprain.
- As if the NFL draft could get any worse and the Marlins could get any more...well, depressing.
- Eric Thames is three dingers from an MLB record, so he better get healthy like, right now.
- The first African-born player in MLB singles in first AB, is reason why baseball is an amazing sport.
- Assumably sensing Cespedes’ impending injury, Tim Tebow is starting to play like a legitimate baseball player.
- Cespedes left yesterday’s game with a left hamstring injury, so let’s all form a prayer circle that his MRI comes back better than expected.
- Cody Bellinger can set himself up to totally shake up the baseball world for the better.
- Mariners put King Felix on 10-day disabled list. It is expected that he’ll be out 2-3 weeks. Everyone hold on tight to your precious aces, they’re going down left and right.
- Chris Coghlan will be tossing his hat into the Olympic Trials for the long jump too, FYI.
- Addison Russell is trying to get every MLB player to sign his Pokémon card collection, is literally everyone’s hero.
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Today in baseball: On April 28th, 2010, David Wright surpasses Ed Kranepool to become the Mets all-time leader in doubles.