WASHINGTON — Cubs catcher Miguel Montero blamed pitcher Jake Arrieta for allowing seven stolen bases in a 6-1 loss to the Nationals on Tuesday night. Montero unloaded on Arrieta for his slow delivery not giving him a chance to throw out baserunners. “It really sucked because the stolen bases go to me, and when you really look at it, the pitcher doesn’t give me any time,” Montero said. “So it’s just like, ‘Yeah ok Miggy can’t throw nobody out,’ but my pitcher doesn’t hold anybody on. … “That’s the reason why they were running left and right today because they know he was slow to the plate. Simple as that. It’s a shame that it’s my fault because I didn’t throw anybody out.” The seven stolen bases
Jeremy Zuttah manned the center position for the Baltimore Ravens in 2016. After having a rough season, Zuttah was traded by the Ravens to the 49ers. In an article from Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun, Zrebiec mentioned the team’s desire to get bigger at center for the future. How aggressive and strong are the players that are fighting for the starting role, is one of the most important things to decide. Currently, Baltimore has three centers entrenched in a battle for the starting role. John Urschel, Ryan Jensen, and Matt Skura are the combatants. The question is, who will win the position? “Ravens officials did talk about the need to get bigger and more physical at center after Jeremy Zuttah
The narrative goes that if Floyd Mayweather has a weakness, it's against southpaws. But as Robert Guerrero can attest, hitting him is still easier said than done.