Re: Ode to the bad player
For me, it's Tyler Greene. Butters, as I nicknamed him, couldn't do anything right. It became almost laughable seeing him field and looked overmatched at the plate. Routine pop ups were an adventure. I have no idea what the Cardinals were thinking bringing him up.
“Our next home stand follows this road trip.”
“I just want to tell everyone Happy Easter and Happy Hanukkah.” says on the day before Easter