Ryan Zimmerman gets to talk to members of the opposing teams all the time, when they get to first base, and he told MASN’s Dan Kolko after the Washington Nationals’ four-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds, that, “... it’s fun to listen to the other team talk about our lineup right now.” Washington outscored the Reds 35-12 in Great American Ball Park, and the Nationals connected for 13 home runs in those four games, the second-most homers in a four-game series this season, behind only the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 15 home runs in four games against the New York Mets in mid-June. Bryce Harper, Anthony Rendon, and Adam Lind hit home runs in the series opener in Anaheim last night, to give the Nationals
In the midst of reminising over his expierence with his former team in Green Bay, Minnesota Vikings’ wide receiver Greg Jennings managed to include a compliment towards Bill Belichick and his New England Patriots defense. While addressing Packers’ head coach Mike McCarthy and his defensive system, Jennings backtracked and looked to no other than Belichick and the style of defense he has established with the Patriots for years. In a quest appearance on FS1’s “Undisputed,” Jennings praised the Patriots while commenting on McCarthy’s defensive coaching habits and said, “When you watch New England play, when they have a lead, they go for your throat. They don’t relax.” In 2016 overall league defensive
Kato Kaelin, one of the cast of characters in the O.J. Simpson saga, was mad on Twitter but not for the reason you might think.