But Holmes, along with pitching Chris Holt, is not always able to rely on apparent visual cues. He’s quick to admit the game has changed in the nearly two decades since he played it at the major league level. His ability to adapt has led him to Baltimore, where he’s able to put his experience in the majors, biomechanics and analytics to use to oversee a bullpen turnaround.
PADRES 5, ROCKIES 3, Game 1 ROCKIES 3, PADRES 2, 8 innings, Game 2 DENVER (AP) — Josh Fuentes capped a big night with a two-out, walk-off single in the eighth inning after earlier hitting a two-run homer and Colorado salvaged a doubleheader split against virus-hampered San Diego. The Padres, missing starters Fernando Tatis Jr., Eric Hosmer, Wil Myers and two others because of COVID-19 concerns, won the opener 5-3.
Baltimore Orioles pitcher John Means tossed six shutout innings, but wasn't able to repeat his no-hit magic vs. the New York Mets.