Publish Date: 05/08/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
We have a full show for you all this week in Out of Left Field.
Two future hall of famers made big news this week. Ichiro Suzuki will move from the field into the front office of the Seattle Mariners, while Albert Pujols reached the 3,000 hit mark. Does this mark the end of Ichiro’s career and what milestone is next for The Machine?
The New York Mets have finally made the choice to bring an end to the Dark Knight’s time in Gotham. Matt Harvey refused an assignment to the minor leagues and was designated for assignment by GM Sandy Alderson. Why would he refuse the assignment? Is there a team that will sign Matt Harvey?
Plus, Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer made a strong accusation against MLB and the Houston Astros. Could the Astros pitching staff really be using a foreign substance? Better yet, did Trevor Bauer use on during his last start?!
All that, and plenty more, this week on Out of Left Field.
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