Publish Date: 04/18/2018
Fact checked by: Mike Goodpaster
What a busy week in Major League Baseball this week.
Three bench-clearing incident incidents occurred, two resulted in punches being thrown, and one had a future Hall of Fame catcher go after and opposing manager. What did we learn from these bras and what does it tell us about two very new pieces to certain ball clubs?
Plus, Shohei Ohtani is setting baseball on fire and putting up numbers, both as a picture and a hitter, that we haven’t seen in almost 100 years. Is this sustainable and does Graham owe him an apology for his doubts early in spring training?
Finally, what is going on with Giancarlo Stanton? With a batting average near the Mendoza Line and almost half of his at-bats ending in strikeout, should the Yankees be worried about their prized acquisition from this offseason?
All that and plenty more this week on Iut of Left Field.
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