RT @DropkickMurphys: Thanks to @Pega, who’ll be matching our first $100k in donations to @HabitatBoston, @FeedingAmerica, & the Boston Resiliency Fund. Visit https://t.co/bZ7ojHjmCy to chip in. If you’re in Boston, please DO NOT come to @FenwayPark & hang out. Stay home, watch the show, be safe. https://t.co/qbcu7m88Y7
RT @OTBaseballPhoto: Fenway Park, Boston, May 25, 1929 - A good view of the wall years before it would turn green and become a monster, as well as a look at 10' incline called Duffy's Cliff. This was taken during the second game of a Yankees-Red Sox doubleheader. Sox won first 10-8, Yanks second 8-3 https://t.co/WmOnZ88etd
Rafael Devers hit a game-tying home run in the top of the ninth in today’s Virtual Game of the Week, only for the Red Sox to then lose on a Josh Reddick walk-off. Tune in each Friday at 11 a.m. for our Virtual Game of the Week at https://t.co/78p4UoDUz8
KC Royals are paying their minor leaguers for the whole year, And no releases. Here’s word from KC: “Haven’t had any (minors releases) and won’t through the the summer. !!!” Great organization with a heart!
We're likely recording next episode on Monday night. So get questions in to email@example.com! Not sure there'll be much to say about this list of cuts. It's in line with the number of guys they usually release in March. Not the exodus everyone feared, unless more coming.
Red Sox released 22 minor leaguers today. Have not heard back about whether or not they will continue paying those still in the system.
Even better news from the Twins: As teams around baseball cut hundreds of minor league players, Minnesota does not plan on releasing any minor leaguers, a source tells ESPN. If there is no minor league season, all the players currently in the farm system will get the $400 a week. https://t.co/fAavhlkUhM