“Not to where he’s going to go out there and steal 40, but more of a situational base-stealing threat,” Maddon said, “where we can take advantage of maybe a slow time to the plate, maybe a catcher that doesn’t throw [well], a combination thereof, picking a breaking ball for him to go on.”
Shortly before Francona spoke to reporters, his son, Nick, posted on Twitter that he had read the new report on Callaway and confronted his father. The younger Francona said the Indians "are clearly in the wrong."
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Given García's ability to play six different positions — second base, shortstop, third base and all three outfield spots — he's a valuable member of this White Sox roster, whether that's spelling a starter or providing a vital safety net in the event of an injury. So avoiding dangerous plays would be, you know, advisable, as well as important.
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He’s an acclaimed superstar but there’s nothing like watching a player on a daily basis to zero in on whether he’s as good as advertised -- or maybe better. Especially at a position as important as shortstop.
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The Reds signed the Japanese player to a three-year, $21 million contract before the 2020 season. He played in 54 games last year, hitting .245.
"That's my job," Hoyer said. "I'll have to make that call. We have a bunch of guys on their last years, and I hope they play great and we're leading the division or right there in the race and looking to add in July. That's the best-case scenario.