Widener kept the stars of San Diego quiet and made sure we could enjoy a quiet and relaxed evening.
Bumgarner, Smith and Kelly failed where a rookie starter succeeded. It isn’t all lost, people. Taylor Widener brings back the sun in our lives.
Check out our own recap for post-game audios.
Soria was just like Clippard one of few to get a guaranteed MLB contract with the D-Backs this offseason. Just like Clippard he might go to the IL after suffering an apparent calf injury.
He went hitless in his first at bats as a starter, although he did reach base on a fielders choice. We saw a defensive gem but also his first (rookie) error. Perdomo still has lots to learn but a lot to offer as well.
Around The MLB
If you want to know what you missed this weekend in the MLB: ESPN wrapped it up for you.
[ESPN] Los Angeles Angels star Shohei Ohtani’s two-way showing was a success and there needs to be more of it
Talk of the weekend was certainly not Fernando Tatis Jr. with his 5 errors (although shouldn’t they talk about that too?), but a pitcher who rakes: Shohei Ohtani.
CBS points out the winners and losers of opening weekend.
30 first impressions? Thought the Mets and Nats didn’t play…
Monday game postponed, Tuesday game is still on.
Max Scherzer looks skeptical that the Nats will be able to play Tuesday pic.twitter.com/BVjrbLu3eo
— Goldschmidt Happened (@GoldyHappens) April 5, 2021
Across The Pacific
Why does the forkball drop? A team of researchers in Japan, including those at Tokyo Institute of Technology, announced that they have revealed through supercomputer simulations that the “negative Magnus effect” exerts a downward force on the ball.
I play the MLB Perfect Inning mobile video game of this company, which is by far the best mobile baseball game there is when it comes to gameplay and graphics, but their KBO version is said to be even better.