Nate Lowe has a great explanation for having a terrible spring: he sucked on purpose.
Nick Solak’s homer last night helped power the team to a 2-1 win and a series win over Toronto.
After an Opening Day start that couldn’t be much worse without consisting of “blowing out UCL while serving up a grand slam pitch,” Kyle Gibson came back in a big way yesterday by throwing six shutout innings.
Chris Woodward says that Kyle Gibson “looked like a number one” out there last night.
Starting the season at 3-3 is unexpected and is being carried by the strength of five players’ hot starts.
Chris Woodward says Dane Dunning, Wes Benjamin, and Brett de Geus are leading the way by attacking the strike zone and getting results.