Saturday, April 9, 2016

Saturday Morning Hot Links

*G4 recap from the Masked Marvel

*Dallas Keuchel had some thoughts about the game-ending out call:
*A.J. Hinch:
It's a joke we lost the game based on that when there wasn't intent or contact. It was a baseball slide. 

Colby Rasmus:
There wasn't anything malicious about that slide. I just picked up my leg up and went on past the bag a little bit there. It's crazy. They didn't even attempt to make a throw, and they can end the game on that.

*BREAKNG NEWS: Starting pitching has been terrible since G1.

*Carlos Gomez wants to retire a Brewer. That's cool. I want Doug Fister to retire 27 Brewers pretty quickly tonight.

*Chris Devenski and his "circle of death" had a hectic 24 hours.

*Tyler White joined Ken Caminiti as the only Astros with seven hits in their first four games. Now he's the only Astros with eight hits in his first four career games.

*A.J. Hinch joined everybody else in being happy for Tyler White's success.

*Joe Prince - who sang the Star Spangled Banner and God Bless America for the Astros for over 25 years, passed away.

*The Cubs believe they - and Kyle Schwarber - can overcome his complete knee injury.

*The poetry and dilemma of Ross Stripling's no-hit bid.

*The legend of Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.

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