Sean McAdam of CSNNE thinks Major League Baseball could be taking extra precaution with “integrity of the game” issues post-DeflateGate.
Mazz said Pineda’s blatant use of pine tar is one of the dumbest things he’s ever seen, and Felger is glad someone is finally calling out baseball for their “institutionalized cheating.”
A little bit of pine tar has cost New York Yankees starting pitcher Michael Pineda 10 games.
Red Sox catcher David Ross made his first appearance on Toucher and Rich Thursday morning after what was an eventful night at Fenway Park.
“I’ll learn from this mistake,” a contrite Michael Pineda said. “It won’t happen again.”
Look out, world, because we may have another “-gate” on our hands. This one will be known as Pine Targate.