On a steamy day that proved too daunting for Angels starting pitcher Tyler Skaggs, 38-year-old Albert Pujols coolly delivered the game’s pivotal hit.
Pujols’ RBI double highlighted a five-run eighth inning, and Los Angeles beat the Orioles 6-2 Saturday to extend Baltimore’s latest losing streak to seven games.
Gametime temperature was 93, and the humidity was unforgiving. Sweating profusely, Skaggs asked out after using 79 pitches to get through five innings.
Ray (3-0) is 1-2 with a 4.60 ERA in four career starts against the Cardinals. He was removed after being struck by Luke Voit liner in the second inning of the July 28 start last season.Pujols, Angels use 5-run 8th inning to rally past O’s 6-2
The Oklahoma guard jumped off the page as the only player at the draft who was wearing shorts, and Twitter was quick to roast him for it.
Carter pulled off the Black Panther look with class and got his parents involved as well. Wakanda Forever, indeed.
The Cavs probably would take Porter if he slips. If not, they could go for Young, another potential star who comes with some risk.
The Knicks like Wendell Carter and Kevin Knox here, but they need some perimeter defense and shooting, and, presto, Bridges offers both.
Knox had a workout with the Sixers on Tuesday, and a long meeting with coach Brett Brown. That could mean absolutely nothing. Or it could mean the Sixers are taking him if he gets past the Knicks.