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Cactus League 2017 GameThread: Rockies visit Rangers

Cactus League 2017 GameThread: Rockies visit Rangers

Tyler Anderson takes the mound against Yu Darvish Sorry for the late game thread, folks. A two-run home run from Trevor Story has given the Rockies a 2-1 lead against Texas in the third inning. Mike Napoli hit a home run against Rockies starter Tyler Anderson. #Rockies lineup at #Rangers pic.twitter.com/4K215CKQbC— Patrick Saunders (@psaundersdp) March 7, 2017 CF @C_Gomez27RF Choo3B Beltre1B NapoliDH MazaraLF Rua2B RobinsonSS AlbertoC TrevinoP @Faridyu#Rangers vs COL LHP @AndersonTJ08— Rangers Lineup (@TEXLineup) March 7, 2017
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Mike Napoli's hot streak with Cleveland Indians ends with 'a pit' in his stomach

Mike Napoli's hot streak with Cleveland Indians ends with 'a pit' in his stomach

Mike Napoli was happy to rejoin the Texas Rangers this offseason, but he admits that he's still disappointed about not having a chance to return to the Indians and finish the unfinished business of winning the World Series.
Rotoworld Mar 5, 2017

Napoli hits RBI single in tie with Cubs - Mike Napoli (1B) Texas Rangers

Mike Napoli had an RBI single in the Rangers' Cactus League tie with the Cubs on Sunday.
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 3, 2017

Indians look to make up for lack of pure speed with aggressive base running in 2017

As they are currently constructed, the Indians know they won’t be able to replace Rajai Davis’ speed on the base paths. They know it’s highly likely that they won’t steal as many bases as they did last season, when Davis led the American League with 43. Their goal is to moreso mimic the style of another free-agent loss this past offseason, that being Mike Napoli, an aggressive, albeit much slower base runner. If the Indians can’t rely on pure speed, they’re going to try to make up for it with smarts and aggressiveness. “I thought between Raj coming with his speed and Napoli...

Indians look to make up for lack of pure speed with aggressive base running in 2017

The Indians as currently constructed know they won’t be able to replace Rajai Davis’ speed on the base paths. They know it’s highly likely that they won’t steal as many bases as they did last season, when Davis led the American League with 43. Their goal is to more-so mimic the style of another free-agent loss this past offseason, that being Mike Napoli, an aggressive, albeit much slower base runner. If the Indians can’t rely on pure speed, they’re going to try to make up for it with smarts and aggressiveness. “I thought between Raj coming with his speed and Napoli...

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