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So first off, let's talk about what we sweep.
What? We saw him.
We haven't done it since the game. To the brakes.
You. Let's talk about what we saw in the bullpen.
Top it all off, starting with, uh, and Windy as blowing the safe.
And then over time as a woman go, Yeah, that would be definitely in that game.
We definitely saw the Edwin Diaz off last year with, and in the ninth inning he let up.
So Marcello's, you know, Oman, and that was his main struggle last year, let letting off the home run ball, which caused him to get many blown saves with.
That's getting 11 needs.
So I think that and Wendy, as he reads toe step up so far, we're basically just seeing what he was doing, what he was doing last year, and that's not good enough for this team.
If it was, someone else would start closing games because he's they've been trying toe, get into close all the games because he's not.
He's not a multiple inning picture.
And obviously that one year with the Mariners, he did extremely well and they're trying to get that back into him.
I'm hopeful, come back and being like that picture we saw on the Mariners that year.
But it's doubtful us right now just because he's not noticing that.
Yeah, as you're saying, I do remember seeing our second episode Mets pregame show serious, but that I saw with his first the opening day when he pulled Basi that against Freddie Freeman, a foul ball that would have if it was fair in a home run.
So I didn't do remember touching on how that was not looking good in assess, but it just really.
He's a pop fly hitter and in last year and it looks like it will it is carrying over.
To this year, we have seen a lot more home runs and the ball is carrying a lot more than it did.
And there are a lot more home runs, and being a fly ball pitcher is really just not helping.
It is just not showing it.
Showing in every idea is that it's just not working out.
Sorry about the dogs.
Think it's just showing that it's just not working out for him at the moment on.
I just don't see it looking any better than it has already.
I just don't see him being very successful.
I think we saw always, uh, a little bit of what we saw last year with the S as you touched on, and it's just it's just not good and the amount of blown save that last year.
You just can't have it that that man belong.
Save the This year.
It's just not something they want this year.
So I feel like DS is on, in a sense, the chopping block on this year and depending on how he does this year and how your forum's is going to weigh in on whether we see him play next year, I feel like, yeah, what do you think about um, again, I know you definitely said that He is definitely a fly ball pitcher.
And the thing was, Diaz is.
I believe that basically his two main pitches that he relies on are his fastball and his slider.
He's when he's going to slider.
Well, it's really good.
And as and so I believe in person in the first game, keep it.
He threw a couple really good sliders that got able to chase on.
So it's The thing is, if his slider isn't good, it's pretty easy for a hitter to jump on it and send one out of the ballpark.
And then with his fastball, he throws it.
He throws extremely hard, which leaves him vulnerable toe people wore a swing at it, cause the harder he sawing it easier is hit order.
So I feel like that's gonna That's kind of a is not a problem, but it's something he s has to want to adjust to.
And I think he might want to make some adjustments because in this era of baseball, it is much better to be like a ground ball could true than a fly ball pitcher with like the juice bulls and the Hoban counts going, But who can? Everything.
So I think that's something that might be something he might product.
Want to try it, adjust to Oh, yeah, I definitely agree with you.
Or what you were saying.
There is just something he has to adjust to, I think should move on the rest of open, which we kind of saw in action, especially in overtime.
But that's kind of a lackey situation with overtime having a runner starting on second and just puts you look started off Ryan scoring position.
So it just kind of bad situation to start it off.
So we're gonna focused on that much.
But what we've seen out of Seth Luego and Justin Wilson, the two main curies of this bullpen so far this year that has, uh, what have you seen her so far? I think that we've seen very donit pitching from those two, and I think that they're definitely showing that there continue to have the same skill that they showed last year in the bullpen.
Wilson on opening day for the Mets thief who bit keep you a very good inning and then last night, he also through a very good inning.
That's about socks and I.
And you go he Nichole's made, I don't know as he has, the only started one game has only one game yet.
Or do you think you're going to? Well, I know, at least in the in the and the opener that he did extremely well, actually, because shoe innings and e kept the Braves to a minimum.
Yeah, I also which one on 1/3 for in the first game in Boston, Siri's.
I did not let up a run.
It was the simple.
I'd like to be the same way.
We've seen very good things on a set of them so far.
Uh, definitely picking up from where you left off going at the end of last year.
I think that even though he really wants to be, he wants to be a starter.
You've made everyone know that he wants to be a starter in the future.
E just don't feel like he has endurance at the moment.
I just did it, and I also feel like he's such a big piece of the bullpen.
That's kind of heart from him to get out of the bullpen in a sense because of how impactful and important is in the, um so you want want to be starting pitching that we've seen from this? Sure.
So first off, the most notably David Peterson first will be start yesterday.
And he did surprisingly well, being a ground ball pitcher.
More which contact person on with the Mets defense, which is not the best.
There were some errors, but you really he needed very, very well on what in seeing with I do believe it was It was locker, right? It was Walker pitched first.
Yeah, and we saw these are good things with Walk that two against the Red Sox and the Red Sox are very offense heavy team.
And those two both kind of shut them down.
So what are we seeing out of the fourth and fifth pitcher pitchers for the Mets? With time being before strongly comes back.
That has surprised you.
And, um, May might look positively from future with David Peterson.
Yeah, so we definitely saw a breed Arens out of both Louis Pictures Michael Wacha and game Peterson to toughen walkovers to seek.
At first, I was originally a bit doubtful due to up both Porcello and him being veterans and poor cellos.
Terrible outing the night before.
But Walker definitely stepped up and he showed that he has what it takes to continue coaching in the big leagues at a good level.
And he definitely showed that he tried and worked on things on off season in order to make his, uh, pitching this better.
And they touched on that in the S and y broadcast on how give his watching lots of his previous games in orderto affects his mechanics.
And I feel like that definitely showed in that game because he I believe even though Michael Walker isn't really this really known as a big strikeout guy, he got a decent amount of strikeouts and he I forget how money earned runs.
But he did not let up.
Many hoping was 23 way definitely saw his main pictures changing up really effectively.
He was really boring, his changeable effectiveness and, uh, was really effective on with his pitches us with David Pearson.
He is was this person will be start and he just really performed.
We saw his him Not really.
It was better, actually, in my opinion, with no fans because he didn't really up pressure from the opposing team's fans or there if he started at home from home, teams his team's hands.
But you just really seemed confident on Com in on the mound and just really executed his pitch pitches.
Play very, very well and was just very, very solid with with his *****es.
And he was very effective with his pitch count as well.
So what did you see? How did David Peterson that is hopeful for the future? Well, I saw that he definitely stepped up in a big situation.
Who? That's because the previous unite the previous few days, No one knew what the Mets would reduce.
That situation was strolling being out, and so people were thinking about like and the like.
An opener from the match, a full bullpen game.
And they decided to bring up David Peterson for the game If he definitely showed that he has what it takes to be a big league pitcher and against a loaded lineup that the Red Sox have on the offensive side.
He definitely showed that he has what it takes to, like shut them down.
So we will be softened him was extremely good.
And I'm hopeful for end of the future because with I feel like our starting pitching is becoming a question, because we have, we have Noah Syndergaard's got Tommy John, and that's that being a big surgery.
We don't know how he's gonna bounce back from that.
And obviously, DeGraan Mrs Stood that we can't just rely on him.
So Stephen Mass did do well, but he kept keen as been kind of the streaky sort of picture.
And then Porcello, we definitely did not see a good outing out of him.
So and Walker that it also easily change as well.
So I think that we're gonna like Peterson might become a very important part of this Met sparing pitching in the future.
Leading minus thing Think about that.
Is this Well, if Pearson continues to perform at a very song level with Strawman coming back within the next couple of days, well, that do you think that will put pressure on maybe Purcell Oh, or walk up off to fight for Actually that this spot in the rotation are Peter C.
Continues to do well, considering how Rossello reform in his first start I honestly would definitely think that that's what that the Mets like managing team would definitely try you.
That because what I've seen from least go off and as managing is that he's very aware that in the 60 game season that winds are much more important now.
So you can see he's constantly been making lineup changes in the batting order and tryingto adjust.
So that way they got the best chance of winning.
And I feel like that is gonna be also important in the case of the starting pitching, because push for Celo catching is that is a much bigger issue.
You if he's pitching bad, it's a 16 game season rather than 116 season.
So I think that I think I think we spoke loss, especially as a manager, is definitely gonna try and watch.
I think specifically Porcello are making walkers pitching because if David Peterson and we see a few more starts looked through it within four, Stroman gets back and he continues to don tell me, I think that that would definitely be a possibility and him replacing a spot like Walk or Torsello because in this one, a 16 game season you don't have many starts, in my opinion, to rebound from a slump to, like, come out and refined your stuff.
You have to be able to do pitch well or introduce for your team from day one, uh, on.
And that just is just going to be seen in the lineups and in the future.
If I think we might be seeing.
I would not be surprised if we saw a pitching battle for who would end up in that fifth spot for the rotation for the Mets with strong coming back.
Because, of course, Melo and Walker are kind of questionable.
Players that really had a bad year are coming off bad years, both.
Having a pretty bad here.
A just overall, pretty bad years are just seeing on David Peters in coming up from my years.
Just creating a new, uh, pictures believe so.
She could be interesting to see what happens with them in that the rotation this year without Sinn er eso.
Let's move on to these starting lineups.
But so what's, uh, the Mets? It's going to be an off day for some.
Many put people, but we have finally gotten Marine and yellow leading off again.
He's really just produced, in my opinion, very well and has been one of the best, if not biggest Mets hitter.
We're coming out of the break for coming out of the long break before this season, so I just feel like so far in the uh in the beginning early days of the season, he's been very, very self.
Um, that's just very solved.
On the second you got Geoff McNeill.
I just feel like he's very good at that second spot.
He swings a lot, he gets on base.
He's still kind of yet to figure out where, like, is that kind of like, you know Alonso as But like I think that on reveal it seconds setting in the batting order is very, very good from this, Then we have Pete Alonso moving back to 30 was that second for the 1st 2 games of this series.
I just feel like he's better at their with these power, a lot more people to get on base, first power to really shine and hopefully get some r b.
I's with long ball.
We didn't see him get his 1st 1 running this Siri's earlier so lovely and still figured out.
He's kind of, I think, is to 20 or something.
Booze is not doing very good, UH, he coming out into the cedar, but he doesn't have that much time to turn it around.
But we someone who has been doing very solid, especially against lefty pitchers, and that is Michael Conforto.
Keys Ben for he's been doing surprisingly well against lefty pitchers.
He had a long ball.
Boston Siri's a lot of it matters having Bean that, but he's been doing very solidly on that.
You have done Smith another benefit he's in for.
I believe our Davis on the line ups, though.
He would also been a long ball, and I do believe the first game of the series of So he he's gonna be interesting to see what happens with him.
He is that in 50.
You got such this back in at six at th you know that Ethan and he's you still want a huge in.
Pretty sorry, Not great, but he's doing OK.
Uh, you have him.
It is sure stuff.
He's 1,000,000,000 for Lazaro.
He's bad eat and then you have Ramos taking off date and Rene Rivera batting ninth catcher, and then you obviously have the picture.
Uh, so what do you think about this lineup? Obviously, there are a lot of people players on that are having off these today.
What do you think about this lineup with Jacob Wrong at pitching, pitching and, uh, the, uh, it's I think it's a front every line up.
But what do you think? Well, yeah, I agree.
It's definitely gonna be a front.
Could be lineup with Laura Bottom.
That's like I bought on three.
There's not just not the same level of offense says the best of our hitters asked lineups, but I think that's good for like least go Austin be letting people take breaks in the season and like letting them adjust.
And I think I like the moves off like visited me.
I think Davis, although you held over on, I think that maybe letting, like maybe letting like people who are struggling, maybe take like a bench boy like a day off, maybe get some sometimes what forgot Mechanics like it like the batting cage or something, and So I said that the move, but these for us? What? Uh, I think that this lineup is I think that it's decent.
I think it's easily put together.
I feel like Lisa Haas is.
I think we've seen that.
He's definitely looking, as I said before on how depending on how, like so the one did in the last game whole move them when you feel that you can see comics, myths and old weapons cysts and the slide up and that if he had a sweep on homer last night so that before, But yeah, he cost is actually showing that he cares about how these guys perform and he's gonna put them in the lineup according to how they dio.
Yeah, but I feel like it's just gonna be kind of funny because we have Graham on the mound for the Mets and on.
We have a lesser offensive team through the wrong, which is kind of funny.
Justo, think about how he's not really had any offense behind him for the past couple of years.
There, uh, I think he's going to in front of you.
Jose Alonso can kind of get back into stride and starting off pretty weak in the season.
But, oh, I do you think that I agree with what you said about RoHaas Kind of putting players? And according to probably playing, we haven't seen a lot of Dom Smith this year, batting wise.
But what we have seen has been very solid him obviously eating a home run, uh, in the in the short amount of it at that's he has had.
But that also showed that down Smith are, will be, still has good batting and just is going to be maybe 1/3 for starting spot this year.
So maybe, look, I would look out for Dominic Smith just coming into the starting lineup.
Warm Or but with that, let's move into the Red Sox lineup.
So the Red Sox Lina.
It also kind of has some, uh, players having off days, but it's mainly it's basically it's kind of mostly more or less what is moving all like from past couple days.
So just start off leadoff.
They have independent nd second J D Martinez, third, Rafael Devers.
She was actually kind of struggle defensively.
We have seen some Arabs that serious from him.
Then you have missed warning at first base.
He's betting course.
Christian Vazquez it catcher, you bang.
Fifth Alex Review.
Go in right field. Batting sixth.
You're Jose Peraza Batting seventh.
Jackie Bradley Jr.
Batting eighth twos. Weidman.
I think I got you that.
But he's feeling in presenter.
Bogart's was having an off day betting nine and then you have meeting Evolve the Banning.
Not know when I'm patting started. Pity.
But what do you think about when you see this lineup? It is the lineup that is a These involve the stitching humans pitching in one game.
They want where they killed.
Well, the Orioles, they have not won since.
What do you think about, you know that they have? Well, I think that this is probably one of low, weaker, uh, Red Sox lineups we've seen for the series because Xander Bogaerts is that he had a woman last night and he's been joined that he's been like it.
Being very productive on the offense and then taking an off day is probably like my hurts about stocks a little bit in this scenario, but I think that obviously they're still the Red Sox.
They still have great off offense it's still got greedy.
Martinez, who's a process hitting first now.
And when I remember, he, uh, he was sitting much lower.
Glad that idiot, the Siri's I don't know who is betting.
So I look, I look at the way yesterday by that so it won't, uh, into bed.
And they still got great hitters.
And you're gonna sandy getting Martinez.
He's always a good hitter.
They're getting is still very solid, and I think that it's the ROM's gonna.
Still, it's still something that departure worry about.
That was not the best offense we've seen from the Red Sox.
Yeah, I think that way.
Have seen deGrom's shut down good offenses before on opening day, shutting down the Braves, which have a very solid offense.
It is kind of front heavy.
This this'll app is kind of.
It is very good front heaters.
It has okay, has kind of bet lacking back three, but it can has solid middle earners.
Your Christian mask has used always a threat will at Benning, so it's kind of it.
It still is very salt offensive line up and, as I think, very, uh, grease on death.
But it's just getting interesting to see what Nathan of all he can do against this Mets lineup, which over the past two days has been very hot.
It has been a scoring, even lot of scoring.
It even runs in the two games so far.
This Siri's that has that and just put it.
They putting up a lot of runs than they had in the world.
So what do you think? The pitching, the I will look like I obviously to Graham back to back Cy Young winner vs.
So what do you think that just looks like? Well, you would definitely, Personally, I definitely see to call on.
Probably pitching Maurin.
Probably a bit better than divulging.
No offense, obviously took the vaulting.
Siddiqui is the starting pitcher.
He's the first starting pitcher for the Red Sox game, but the Red Sox starting pitching over roll.
It's extremely weak, and I think that although I wouldn't say anything a of all these bad Patrick, he's definitely on any other team.
I wouldn't say he's for keys.
The first I think you probably be it's like the two and four ranch, so I think that the vets even though this is very talk there.
Is it basically their talks starting pitcher.
I think the Mets are still going to be able to head often and, well, the ground.
We definitely saw them show Berry.
He definitely saw him choke dominance in that Braves game.
That's and I'm shutting up the Braves, and that was what he was out of limited because I don't know if he's gonna be a limited pitches today, but if he isn't then, well, he likes me.
Do even better than we did last time, because last time he was loaded to about 80 pitches and five Oh, yeah, Oh, I think that person is interesting with more time.
I think that the graphs pitch, if he is on a limited pictures, would be higher than one.
I would expect to see in pitch ****her into this game, maybe even get to seven innings.
I would not expect him to pitch more than seven innings unless he's like putting up something like a no hitter.
But I would expect him to pitch around seven innings today if he if he is doing well.
But now we're gonna move on to the state of The main thing are one of the things that we do every stream and that is go or what we would do with the ideal line up with these players through the Mets.
So going, Oh, first origami.
All right, so I would have the same out there.
I would have the same top four hitters and Brandon Demo Graphic deal Kilonzo Michael Photo.
Then I think I would probably have cess pits hitting fists and then I could, you know, hitting six.
Uh, and then I probably pull it.
I think I would maybe put a man is over Smith Not because I think Smith is definitely better literate, but having cess pit having suspects Cano and Smith is basically right after each other, basically asking for a double play with because there are all kind of slow speed.
So I'm gonna put him in his seventh Smith and then Rivera nights.
Yeah, I think that just what you're doing there is kind of sprinkling some depth around, playing spit back more further back in order.
The thing about this line that is there kind of isn't much to really change just simply because the players here.
So here's what I would do.
I would do something that didn't keep the front floor with Nimmo starting leading off with Meal second, Alonso third and then Conforto batting cleanup.
And then I would I would actually you know, Smith o que down Smith that I just think he's been doing very well.
I would actually look no forward to six move cess pit it's back and switch him with this on and then you.
So the final result of this Lorna I would be just for more death and Mason and everything would be Nemo.
First meal second, Alonso third in four of four.
Then we have No.
Six him in its seventh Separatists.
He and Rivera ninth.
Also, it's kind of because we haven't really seen su****ious do a lot with that other than running hit on opening day.
Yeah, I a lineup.
I think that that lineups that I personally, I feel like just after basically one seller game, I wouldn't necessarily put Smith that I I think that would be completely find a move, welcomed a few spots.
I think five little lives in this lineup, but that's my opinion, and I don't have a huge problem with him.
Anything? Yeah, yeah.
So it's just It's kind of their know how much you really can't do with this lineup because you have two players that are kind of three actions that are having off days in Rosario Ramos and then Davis.
So there's gonna be an interesting game.
Just personally thinking are with, um with probably one of them one of the main offense, one of the main office abusers in Bogart's through the Red Sox being out.
And then Davis, Davis, Ramos and then Rosario be so that's gonna be interesting to see.
Uh, do you have anything to add Teoh before finish up this right? Mom, I think I'd like to say ISS I obviously with I don't know if they keep Nima, how fitting First, if it's already was in the lineup.
But I like them up.
Thank first more than you know, as of right now, is are you definitely had showed that he is doing well.
However, I think that I'm telling you that, really.
I think that moving there are no because you spot on the line up under the lines.
If you don't have a big night, I would completely get that.
He's been swinging the bat very well.
However, I I think that memo with uh is getting recently, and he's also I think he's got a few walks.
He's he's showing that he's getting on base of with a little, a little bit more consistently, then was, Are you us? Yeah, I just think that I really doing your point.
I think that Nemo is just the, uh, I think, in my opinion, is the right choice.
You see, he gets on base a lot.
His on base percentage is very, very solid.
It, you know, it's like it's just one game.
I do remember, like, see, when the Braves were killing.
That's that sad game that I'm not really talk about that much on the any 14 1 Nimmo.
After he got hit by pitcher, something walked and he still just sprinted to first base with Tenet, which is running.
But he works hard on every play.
He takes advantage of the chances that he's given.
I just really like miss later.
He's just very, very good, but I'm going to bring a woman point before we end this and it's kind of kind of taking a little turn away from what we were talking about.
But seeing the mess in extra innings, what do you think about the extra inning rule? Uh, for what do you think about the X trading rule with the running second start? Well, f stating rule.
I feel like for the Mets.
If we've got like, it's like the guy on second to start.
I think that from like from now on, like the Metro gonna have to adjust to that because the Mets I feel like the Mets.
I think that some of the Mets bullpen pitchers are usually gonna like I think, for example, I think Google and Wilson, I believe, probably more Wilson there used to learning up maybe like one hit or walk, and then they shut it down completely like they don't let it go any ****her than that.
So I think that's why those really good.
However, with this, it's they're gonna have to just because they're not gonna waddle it.
Any hits are walks everything, because that's gonna lead toe more more possible runs and more chances for the opposing team.
So I think that that's gonna be something that we have to see in our bullpen does, and we have to figure out who is going to be our guys, who we can depend on in that in those extra innings with that rule.
Yeah, yeah, definitely.
It just It's handle weird situation because it just it personally.
In my opinion, you need a way.
Baseball is with wins and losses and is based on the run with, like, your win percentage, like how you place rather than in, like hockey soccer house based on the amount your quick als eso.
I just think that it's kind of hard to justifying.
Switching up the pitching like the extra innings rules.
If you don't award like a point, we're something like any NHL.
You like a three d three, but they still are like, if you want you, if you lose, you're going to still get a point for this because am or switching up the rules.
See, I just feel like you need it.
Teoh still reward the team if you're gonna switch it out like away from what the game is normally.
If it was in regular play chelation well, I feel it is, but it also kind of.
I feel like it's going to be a mental thing from the pictures because I don't know whatever.
I forget who it was, but it was one of the Indians pitchers who just didn't like it.
He just doesn't is because starting just starting off with a Ryan scoring position is just it is towards.
It isn't an earned run on their stats, but it still is.
When you're pitching and run score for the other team and in extras, it's that much more important.
So that would cause you to on be put a lot of stress on the pictures and a lot more pressure there, which could affect how they play in jeans.
I think that it's going to be a lot more different dynamic.
But I just feel like they need to kind of reward the teams in a sense, in extras.
If they're going to change the rules, then dramatically.
That's why I look the wound NHL, where they have the speedy three overtime, which is kind of like having a guy on second for both for like both half innings because it's giving basically kind of like an equal chance for both teams.
Our, like this always like a chance that, like thinking that one team could get one basic and Wtl like just gets like a walk.
And sometimes I'd be the same thing.
And in this case, it's gonna do.
It's gonna that team like a hit with the game.
I feel like with hockey.
That's kind of the same thing where won t like with three V three like you could just get a really good like two on one break and you can easily score.
But the thing is, they reward the losing team with a point for making it that for in the game and keeping up with the other team.
So I don't know how the MLB would implement something like that with the standing system they use.
But I think that that if you're going to implement a rule like that, that be much better if they implemented like some sort of reward system where they get something for making it that far.
E Uh Uh personally, just if we're talking about, like the NHL point system for quickly that they should kind of I don't They were warned that the losing team in overtime with overtime loss and that into a point, I just feel like they're they should move it to a three and one like you get three for winning one for overtime loss can look away.
Soccer does it because it's kind of too close, in my opinion, to the overtime loss to, UH, the like.
The regular winds like you could win.
You could lose up.
You could kind of like, over time, we could lose in overtime every single game and still come out with 82 points.
When if you win every game, you just come out with 164.
So it's kind of like I think the correlation is too close.
In a sense, I usually like nation move.
They should move the gap more ****her apart.
Sense because you can lose.
If you go one on one, let's say and another team goes 00 suit like you lost begins Over time.
The team that's won in one and hasn't lost one game will be at the same amount of point totals for that.
Like those two games span as the team that went Oh, and then that lost to get up.
Yeah, but this is a baseball broadcasts, so let's continue.
But I think that I think that we will see.
I wouldn't be surprised if they kept this role.
I don't like it personally, but if they keep this rule in the future, I think they need to implement some sort of point system for keep to keep this rule in belief just for a general for general thing.
But so the expanded glass does help the team.
But on a broader note before we finally finished this broadcast, Oh, the N L East and The Daily Star kind of messed up, in a sense, with scheduling, because Marlins games got canceled Sunday meeting that the chances of kind of finishing the season are held lower.
And then if they should go but win percentage.
It's kind of a screen situation in general with the Marlins thing.
So what do you think about how the Marlins outbreak will affect the NL released? Just I'm gonna be honest.
I'm somewhat fearing the worst.
Obviously, I ate for baseball to start that again.
But with the Moreland's having that many players get the virus you saw, I saw that like like over half.
But Phil, not probably half a lot more police players when they find that Siri's were wearing masks like Bryce Harper.
These Hoskins were wearing masks, even though they had done it book with its unions.
And now I don't know if it was the entire series.
But at least like Peter, two Phillies and Yankees, Siri's has been canceled because the Phillies off get tested after claiming Moreland's.
So that's I think, that if they implement up slot, I think that will be if they want to continue its like, they might have to implement some sort.
Uh, maybe some sort of mandatory.
I thought I personally wouldn't like an idol did the players would, but they might have to implement some sort of mandatory social distancing rule.
Or, like everyone asked, wear masks in the dugout, which, I mean, I wouldn't really like seeing old players when master that I don't think they would like it.
But for the safety of human, for a baseball to be a new, I think that something like that may be necessary.
Future If you think that they have kind of implemented those just kind of hard to follow those just because.
And one year layers, it's a home run.
What are you gonna do? Not high five.
So it's kind of a weird situation, but, um, I think just I'm actually writing in our panel on this right now for this week s so I'm going to have streamlined tomorrow.
But you are the world figure that, like, it's kind of it's gonna be a weird situation because it kind of puts a lot of pressure on the MLB to kind of figure things out because, like what? The expanded rosters for something like if this was gonna happen, like for the T Bird to be able to bring in players from their roster, like from there from the bottom of bridges, bring them up so they could play their games.
But clearly that's not case with the Marlins.
Also, being the first week of the MLB season like this is destined in a sense toe.
Happen to another team in the future because this is the first week of a two months of a two month season and we're going to the 2nd 1 tomorrow in the second week.
But the first week one team already getting an outbreak.
It just isn't looking hopeful, in a sense.
And I hate just like see I be a Lee Abilene need wide impact or maybe just an NL East.
A least impact could suck, but it's going to be interesting to see where that many people.
But with that, let's finally finish this because it just keeps going on and on about different topics.
Thanks for tuning in.
I don't know when the next one will be going key.
She next week so don't know when the next Nets breeding will be, but we will trying to do with the next Siri's would use against the Rays.