George W. Bush has really leaned into his leisurely life postpresidency. At a recent Texas Rangers and Philadelphia Phillies baseball game in Arlington, TX, the former president walked past reporter Emily Jones during a live segment. In the clip that has since gone viral, Bush is seen walking through the shot and stopping to simply say, "Hey!" Though the Fox Sports Southwest reporter did not notice it at the time, the moment was fortunately caught on camera.
Phillies (15-25) at Pirates (22-20) 1:35 p.m. on CSN; streaming live on CSNPhilly.com and the NBC Sports App The Pirates got to Vince Velasquez in the sixth inning on Saturday and handed the Phillies a 6-3 defeat, their 16th loss in 20 games. The Phillies aim for their first series victory in nearly a month as Aaron Nola returns to the rubber vs. Chad Kuhl and the Buccos. Here are five things to know for Sunday's matinee: 1. Welcome back, Nola For the first time in 31 days, Nola will be back in the major leagues, starting for the Phillies. Nola was three starts into his third season with the big-league club before he went on the disabled list with a back injury. Though it is his third season,
Buster Olney ESPN Senior Writer Close Senior writer ESPN Magazine/ESPN.com Analyst/reporter ESPN television Author of "The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty" Follow on Twitter DETROIT -- After Yu Darvish’s last start, against the Philadelphia Phillies, Rangers catcher Robinson Chirinos had dinner with Phillies shortstop Freddy Galvis, a good friend. Galvis admitted to him that he had hunted Darvish’s slider, which is regarded as perhaps the best breaking ball in Major League Baseball right now. Galvis waited on the pitch, and waited, looking to attack the slider whenever Darvish decided to try to slip it past him. He ignored the fastball, as well as the full spectrum of other pitches that Darvish