The sailors did not give us much to talk about, because their hot beginning of the season was actually nothing more than the sparks that turned into an absolute fire. This series of mediocrity could end on Thursday when Seattle started its series against the worst record at the MLB: Detroit Tigers.
Interestingly, you can actually determine the exact moment the sailors came from thanks to the incredible acrobatic talent and hand power JP Crawford showed on Friday. In an act of disobedience to the gravity itself, Crawford managed to throw a laser from his position on the first base as he fell back without putting his feet and relied only on the inertia accumulated by the distortion of his torso to get his team from [1
"I reached the bag and almost seemed to throw him on d avata as of Hakiem Oladzhuon [hook shot]"said Nola. – It was amazing. It just came out of nothing. I was surprised how much juice there is to the throw. I have never seen such a throw. I will review it and see how it really is, because when I saw the ball I was really focused on stretching as hard as I could. "Both managers were also impressed with the game, though the descriptions were a bit more humble than Nora. Mariner's manager Scott Servvas said it was "as good a game as you would ever see from a friend," while Tigris manager Ron Gardenhyr said he had not "seen anything like that for a long, long time." 19659006] Of course, the only team that probably does not celebrate the ridiculous nature of this play will be Phyllis, who backed off this physically incompatible infiltrator in December for Jean Segura and two rescuers.