Wife of Emmanuel Sanders reportedly trying to get him in trouble with Broncos
In January, Nationals OF Bryce Harper posted a video of himself and his brother, Bryan, singing in excitement for Ohio State's College Football Playoff game against Clemson. Barstool Sports shared it on their Instagram account, where Syndergaard responded in the comment section, calling Harper a "douche." When Harper was asked about comment over the weekend at Nationals camp, the outfielder didn't exactly laugh off the incident. "I don't know, Syndergaard does what he does and the Mets do what they do," Harper told reporters, according to Kevin Kernan of the New York Post. "So we are going to worry about what we do in our clubhouse and do everything we can do win ballgames and hopefully have
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – It’s one of the tiny joys of spring training: an offseason acquisition enters the clubhouse, approaches a new teammate against whom he has bested in the past, and good-natured ribbing ensues. But what if you’re Justin Ruggiano? What if you own three home runs in 14 at-bats against a certain Giants left-handed ace? What if your last encounter with him resulted in a grand slam? Do you even make eye contact with Madison Bumgarner? “I think I’ll hold off on that,” said Ruggiano, who will compete to make the Giants as a backup outfielder this spring. “I don’t know him that well.” Ruggiano’s success against left-handers like Bumgarner is the reason he has a locker at Scottsdale
Dexter Fowler signed a five-year contract with the Cardinals in December. At 2:27 p.m. Saturday, a Facebook page called St. Louis Cardinals True Fans linked to a story with an attention-grabbing headline: “Cardinals Outfielder Expresses Discontent With President Trump.” Within two minutes, the first comment appeared underneath the post. Dexter Fowler, the marquee acquisition of the St. Louis Cardinals’ offseason, a center fielder to whom they guaranteed $82.5 million, neither had mentioned the president by name nor criticized his policies.