Listen: Boston Red Sox, Brewers And Yankees discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Gets the W O R sports zone with Pete McCarthy on seven ten w o r. Not as busy day in baseball as it was yesterday with Paul Goldschmidt being dealt to the St Louis cardinals. But that's not to say all is quiet. The twins a couple of signings. They bring in Jonathan sculpt the longtime Orioles finished his season last year with the Milwaukee Brewers really had a rough go there and was non tendered by Milwaukee. And Ronald tarantula was non tendered by the Yankees last week. He was picked up by the Minnesota Twins. The biggest move though that Nathan evolved. And I love the fact that this guy got paid and in Boston where he excelled in the postseason last year evolved. He gets a four year deal from the Boston Red Sox and his claim to fame for life. Now will be that ridiculous. Eighteen inning World Series game where you've all the came out of the bullpen throwing ninety eight to one hundred miles per hour for six innings and was tremendous six. Scoreless innings or gave up the home run. Ultimately. And the Red Sox did lose that game. But six innings one run allowed to max Muncie on the Homer. And as this is happening. John buck, a joepat John Smoltz on the broadcast are talking about. This guy was a free agent coming up in the off season. And then he's had to Tommy John surgeries in the past. He's not you know ball players had that you pay day yet. And he put his career on the line being put in a situation that he had just never been in before forget about the World Series game. You're amped up. You're going hundred percent, but you're throwing extra inning after extra inning. You never know when that last inning is going to come. And while the Red Sox did lose that game evolved. A one over everybody in baseball. I think with that kind of performance. It reminded me of CC's Tabatha when Samantha was with the brewers back in two thousand seven before two thousand eight four signed on with the Yankees as a free agent, and he's thrown on three days rest start after start after start down the stretch into the postseason for the brewers and he put his career on the line. To some degree with how much pictures are protected now when they're not and they're allowed to go out in that way. I think it's an impressive what did years ago, and would've all Di did when you know, the stakes were the highest and he really pitched well in the postseason, and he'll be he'll be a big name in Boston for a while. And he gets himself that four year deal. We'll have Tim Brenton covers the Mets for the coming up eight hundred three to one zero seven ten the number right now a news."