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Fuentes, Rockies Split Doubleheader With Virus-Short Padres
"Josh Fuentes did all the heavy lifting helping Colorado two or three two two eight inning nightcap victory and a split of its double header with the Padres twenties delivered a two run Homer in the second and a walk off single in the eighth in the opener Victor Caratini sixth inning tie breaking grand slam was the difference maker as San Diego prevailed five three victory preserved by a shaky five out save from Marc Milan sin with the sweat the Padres remained two games behind division leading San Francisco Bruce Morton Denver
Padres acquire RHP Yu Darvish in blockbuster trade with Cubs
"The San Diego Padres added another ace of their rotation completing their second trade in as many days acquiring right hander Yu Darvish from the Chicago Cubs after acquiring Blake Snell from the Tampa Bay rays earlier in the day the potters added the NL cy young runner up along with his catcher Victor Caratini and cash considerations for pitchers Zach Davies and for young minor leaguers Darvish was eaten three with a two point one zero ERA this past season for Chicago Davies went seven and four with a two point seven three ER ray in his one season with the Padres Philip gone San Diego
"victor caratini" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"MLB NHL NBA and MLS seven major league soccer for those of you that don't help at all close their locker rooms to the media temporarily there are some in the media who are afraid that they'll make it a permanent ban I do not think that that's going to happen and several high profile athletes have come out support of the media saying it's essential for us to be able to develop a relationship with the media to be able to make sure our stories are told accurately and to be able to have a dialogue where it's not just at a press conference setting so I think once corona passes that this will end up getting lifted today Josh Donaldson came out on the field everyone was standing like Jim Boylan the bulls because it's NBA protocol had to make all the media be like eight feet away at minimum and Josh Donaldson walked out in front of the dugout with the twins this morning at spring training and said guys moving here and they were all literally a foot away he goes come on that's I'm not that guy I'm healthy I feel good coming here and fire your questions away that leads us to mesa Arizona where we find our friend intrepid reporter cubs insider Jesse Rogers just say good morning cap what's happened pal do pal nice talking with you so as it impacted the way the cubs go about their business and has it impacted you in god's own garden and everybody else out there yeah I mean it has it has yesterday was the first day they didn't open the locker room and so in the media room they brought out Anthony Rizzo they brought out David Ross they actually brought out Stephen Seuss that was just more baseball related because uses you're trying to come back from a devastating injury Rawson and Rizzo were were mostly about this new normal wear in this New World War in and for now at least temporary and it's weird cap because we were some of the fittest athletes and they're not really susceptible to it right now in a really damaging way I guess you could put it so that they're not feeling it altered do all they're all that's going on is they're being told you've got to do this you've got to do that we've got to be careful but no one around your wrist feeling it no one has an aunt or an uncle that has you know I'm saying so it's it's it goes back and forth between yes it's serious too okay this is really going to happen we're gonna play without fans in the stadium and that was something raise it was adamant about he said he used the words I'm gonna fight that if they if they bring that up and and Sousa said the same thing and Ross I mean nobody wants to play at the stadiums but of course if this thing keeps going in and in our wrong you're in the wrong direction and they're gonna be told you're gonna have to play in empty stadiums are gonna have to cancel games so that you get what I'm saying it's like no one there's no art no one can feel this personally there's no it's not a perfect affecting players anything like that but we know what's affecting the world at large and so you got to deal with that and what you mentioned about the media I mean look the media reporters in general are paranoid about access being denied any day of the week for any reason so now that it's been denied for this and everyone understands why you just worry that when when this you know passes they're going to start not banning it completely but you know what we like the idea of a half hour for the median seven hour work ten minutes instead of twenty that you know they they they might get ideas from this and implement them after this this complete ban is over but nobody thinks it will just banned the media from locker rooms that that will change the course of of how you know sports are covered completely so I don't think that's going to happen but it starts to give them ideas out let's meet in the locker room with looks like least limited a little bit more so stuff like that goes through our minds yeah no question and I understand that the you know the the the average fan out there is like yeah whatever the media exactly yeah totally you know I really don't care but it's cool like Joey Votto came out yesterday and if you saw his statement Joey Votto statement was amazing about how important the reporter athlete relationship is how he needs to be able to walk up to Jesse Rogers and if he has a problem with something you wrote have a honest discourse where he said not in a press conference setting we're we're together day to day we develop a relationship and a trust I thought it was great yeah I would say just a gas eighty five to ninety percent of the players would feel that way I mean for every nine they do there's a guy like John lackey that probably and I don't mean to throw John lackey on the bus but we know it probably rather not have the median black or white he could care less about getting his message out you know so I would say ninety percent maybe one out of every ten players would be against it but most are really a comedy Rizzo mention the same thing that bottle did yesterday basically in the same manner and and so did Susan any other PGA players I've talked I mean most accommodating most are really nice there's that that one out of every whatever you know maybe one or two one eighteen they're like forget it I'm not talking to you I don't need you guys get out of my face right we all know there's there's a cop on every team like that cubs don't have many I will say that they don't they they're there that's a really good group and I'd be shocked if if more than one out of the twenty five or twenty six man roster would say anything different that night the media deserves to be in here they get a message out they tell our stories in fact I told it to you Darby story today I can only do if I was in there shooting the you know what with them the guy can guess your blood type I meeting you just from your personality I would never have gotten that story if I could not have some one on one contact with you Darby so it's it's it's hard hitting stories like that cap that we need to be in the locker room for yet so it's like I don't even know my blood type I don't either do you know you're baptized Danny no I just ask my wife she knows it she knows your of course Tyler Chatwood wife knew his no other player could even find theirs and they even tell the story in there we still calls his mom the first thing he says is mom you know my blood type and she freaks out like why is my son asking for his blood type is only one actually when he's a cancer survivor right right so C. three thousand no no no no your garbage wants to get my blood type was hard to test them because only Chatwood and they think road with New his blood type but Darby said he didn't know where well enough to guess if you really have to know you that's why he said he knew Hendrix and you care team because he talks to those to the most Chris do you know your blood type I'd have to look it up I have no idea that you know what I got I get my next physical I think in June deter June or September I got a look I'm gonna ask I think I should probably know my blood type yes so you would think the cubs have medical charts are so detailed that happen but they don't and the reason is I'm from what I was told as you can so quickly identify someone's blood type right a **** you know it couldn't give more how you know what Jesse buy a **** I like manly space says but you could quickly identified that they don't keep them on the charge that's what I was told so no no no the cubs you know medical people have there the players blood type but it's like you don't you need it so anyway if you have type A. you're organized type B. your laid back type are maybe type I was laid back type AB was weird I asked Darvish which probably would have typed a piece that you know how he thinks the in app would be type baby so that's a weird party trick you could only get that story if you're in the locker room so there's my case for staying in the locker room there you go in terms of costs what do you expect there anybody is the scene Miller is there somebody we go wow I didn't think that guy had a chance he's going to make the team especially with twenty six guys now yeah here's the thing here's my crazy theory Josh Phegley right the third catcher the only reason I am this is out out there I don't think it's it's it's going to happen necessarily but Victor Kerry teeny is turned into such a weapon at the plate that when you only carry two catchers you really have to be careful with that second guy you have to hold them back let's say you have a sixth inning pinch hitting opportunity you have three catchers center teeny out there you have two catchers maybe I'll wait it may be that great opportunity to come in the eighth or ninth inning that be the only then I'm just I've not asked anybody I'm just thinking outside the box I'm telling you this is get this guy's been the best hitter at camp from both sides of the plate going to the right field from the as a righty going to left field as it left him using the whole field power Lupin hits in their you know not striking out I've been so impressed with Victor Caratini I'm thinking they should carry three catchers to get him in the lineup more he will probably catch garbage you're seen catch at least once a week in maybe even twice a week because we know that you know Wilson has worn down in past years so that means that me my outside the box you know if he makes it you cut this guy also discussed would be the guy that probably be you know on the cutting floor but he makes three million so I'm not sure that's going to happen last year they basically cut Brian dancing was making that much so it you know it can happen it's not like you know three million to ten million but right now I think I think that's the outside the box move to I don't begin Miller's gonna make it I think would be the case keep three catchers but I I feel like they don't want to do that unless you're thinking along the same lines I am right there so Jesse you mentioned the three million not sure they want to do that and I never understood that because it is a sunk cost the money is guaranteed it's not like if we could only save three million you have to pay the a guy anyway any socks then who cares yeah it's a great point when it when it comes to playing time to write during those years were Jason Heyward was it you know now even making so much but not producing what what's the difference you put on the bench you're paying him twenty million to be on the bench and the guy right feels gonna probably make seven hundred thousand so what's the difference right I I I agree with that thinking to an extent now the difference here is you cut the three million you have to add another salary on top of it right you have to pay his replacement again could be making minimum money so it's it's it's minimal investment at that point unless you're bringing a guy for a million or two million and then all of a sudden it's a four five million dollar situation paying discounts so in the guy replacing him so all of that is in play cap and and and frankly they might do it they might do it but we know with any move money is part of the equation the more you make the less likely gonna be benched or less likely you'll be cut three million isn't all that much so that's why I'm saying that we discussed was the guy especially on you know you have Kipnis from the website starting at second your body from the right side as his compliment you know where's the scouts those place obviously as a pinch hitter along with Susan are you know maybe have that lefty righty convert the combination with carotene around discusses that even your best pinch hitter so there isn't much of a role so there there there might be a situation where he gets cut someone else makes the pitching staff got a boost yesterday because Tyler Chatwood was really good the numbers look great I watched some of it at TV was he as good as it looks yeah I'm very efficient very efficient he was it was probably the best that he's booked this spring a reminder of late last remember that guy's got light but his fastball ninety five ninety six movement can spin the ball it.
"victor caratini" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"All right back here in Scottsdale with the Dodgers leading six to one Matt Kerr CD is the new picture we also have some other changes as well give you the ones that I know for sure bart bart is now doing the catching Shaw is at first Peter Maris is at second or make that a third Billy Hamilton is in center field and and those are the changes that I know of if there are any more will get them caught up to you right now here's John and the A. J. Pollock leads off against the keris CD CD who was originally signed by the Colorado Rockies he was a sixth round draft choice back in twenty twelve got to the big leagues of Colorado in nineteen games in twenty sixteen now he misses with a high fastball one ball no strikes from Connecticut and went to college and and pitched at St John's university in New York City he is twenty eight years old here's the pitch down and that's on the outside I wonder if he was it's a little bit younger but might have been there for at least part of Joe Panik's born in management teammates Mr good guy when a gold glove is Janice he did finish last year with the Mets one one page swing and a miss good high fastball at ninety five miles an hour Jeremy Phil's favorite infielder he started would still is one of the greatest double plays in World Series history history which was really cool it was game seven and the jets had a one run lead is there a runner on base nobody out is it nobody I think most of it should have been there's a called strike three to politics with a high fastball even so you should have been first and third with nobody out or like it could've been first his house was the one who did it in order is that filled pointed out on that fast field in Kansas city with the big alleyways if it again past panic who knows it might a gun in the alleyway and going all the way to the warm welcome scored in the runner my discord from first to tie the game there's a fastball high and inside to kick a Hernandez's been safe on an error a line drive that clanged off the glove of Donovan Solano is back in the first inning and then hit a long home run to left in the third one pitch right there outside corner with a changeup beauty strike call one ball one strike she's also been with the cubs he was acquired by the cubs in a trade with Colorado he also spent one year in the Japanese league with the Yakult swallows he is the one one PH swing and a miss that was the the the soft one I don't know if that was a breaking ball or another change I believe really fooled ki K. Hernandez is always ready to to light up on a fastball he thought that was a fastball the Seattle Mariners picked up a CD last year in mid season ended up in eleven games for the mariners as a ball too high to into to kick a Hernandez so he's been around for a while mascara CD C. A. R. A. S. I. T. I. two into page swing and a drive down the right field line slicing foul and he had that one right off the edge of the bat just kind of a flayer along the right field line is being very protective you got a ninety four mile an hour fastball right around the outside corner one out nobody on the Dodgers lead the giants six to one here in the fifth inning your CV still looking into Joey bart now gets design delivers man's popped up on the back out of place hi fast one of ninety five miles an hour that time keris CD did have some time as we mentioned with the cubs he's not to be confused with the cubs backup catcher Victor Caratini okay makes sense not not really they're about ready to tip off in an hour the jobs of the out of those they moved it to six ten local time the day game there's a swing and a miss they I know that was a hard slider it was a beauty then was eighty three miles an hour together to chase these phase two headers and kerosene is which struck them both out when you see what teams they've gone after receiving if you can get the hard curveball over right now in the first week of spring training then you should have pretty good success against these hitters he's got a good live fastball and mixing it up with that wash me **** well here's the pitches foul the big Rick there by the left handed batting mad baby looking back in over the screen ended up in the crowd off to our left on one account looking off to our left again see Seymour Hersh iser a former giant and a former Dodger now Dodger Telecaster here's the one pitch on the inside corners right to call with the fastball he was telling a story and with two outs and nobody on here in the fifth we'll have to wait a bit it was about how he almost came to the giants a few years earlier than the end up coming to the giants here's the wind up the to pitch swung on and pulled file I was at the the her shows are for group go deal wasn't no not that early but in nineteen ninety five he ended up signing with the Cleveland Indians and they were just getting good they had all these young players and they ended up with a great team great lineup but they needed a veteran pitcher and the giants wanted a veteran pitcher now the wind up use kerosene the throwing and a foul on the play off to the left thank you very much so it came down where he said listen I need the final offers now this will make your best offer and then I'll decide and he had it in his mind you kind of want to go to the American League anyway the south Cleveland they had a brand new ballpark ready at all these young upstanding talent player Manny Ramirez Jim told me what a what a group of players they had come up with is the into page strike three call of the inside corner that might have been the two seamer ninety three miles an hour starting off the inside and drifting back over the corner he strikes out the side mascara CD member that name remember we go to the last half of the fifth single J. would happen with that.