If you need evidence of that, look no further than New York Mets infielder Asdrubal Cabrera. The frustrations of spring seemed to get the best of Cabrera on Thursday, as he was pretty much ejected from a game while running down to first base. Asdrubal Cabrera had some words with Angel Hernandez on Thursday.
New Jersey Devils rookie Miles Wood goes after New York Rangers’ Nick Holden. New Jersey rookie Miles Wood scrolled through his text messages in the post-game dressing room after the Devils defeated their rivals, the Rangers, 3-2 in overtime Tuesday night. You see, late in the second period Tuesday, Wood helped to start a mini riot on the Prudential Center ice, the type of brawl that happened more frequently back in the eighties and nineties when his father, Randy Wood, played for the Islanders, Sabres, Maple Leafs and Stars over an 11-year National Hockey League career.
The game is "Super Mario Run," and it's the first smartphone game starring Nintendo's ubiquitous mustachioed plumber. It looks like classic 2D Mario, and it plays like it too. Yes, Mario moves from left to right, and there are enemies/obstacles in the way of his progress.