"All my pitches were working well,” Urías said in Spanish. “And it being in Colorado, I'm even happier, knowing how difficult pitching here is.”
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“I don't know the right word,” Kershaw said. “Humbling might not be the right word, but it's just a grateful feeling to know that so many people care about me in that way that they wanted me to win so bad. Maybe it’s something that I took for granted a little bit … how much it impacted the people around me, especially my wife. I think she's going to be pretty excited too.”
Last year Nationals pitcher Joe Ross opted out of the abbreviated season for health concerns. While he has not made an appearance since Washington’s World Series run in 2019, this also has allowed him to hopefully be healthy for once. Unfortunately for Nationals fans, that is the end of the good news. Ross has shown flashes of upside, but he projects better as a reliever than a starter. Across his five seasons in The Show, he has managed 57 starts in 78 appearances for just 335.1 innings. The biggest concern with Ross is the elevated walk rate and lack of strikeouts. This inevitably leads to runners in scoring position when he gives up extra-base hits.Tampa Bay Rays
In the outing, Rodriguez was just fine. He got off to a rocky start in the first inning and allowed a two-run homer to Orioles rookie Ryan Mountcastle, but after that, Rodriguez settled in nicely.Atlanta Braves
Pillar slashed .342/.390/.579 against lefties last year, as compared to hitting .258 with a .699 OPS against righties. So it makes sense why the Mets want Pillar to get as many at-bats against a lefty as possible.Milwaukee Brewers
The best early sign: The bullpen has been solid, other than one awful outing from Vince Velasquez. The pen was historically awful in 2020 (7.06 ERA), so there's nowhere to go but up, but Dave Dombrowski did add some power arms. If they throw strikes, it could be a solid group. Zack Wheeler was dominant in his debut with seven one-hit innings, and it's not an overreaction to suggest he's a sleeper Cy Young candidate. -- SchoenfieldNew York Yankees
RHP Jacob deGrom (2020: 2.38 ERA, 0.96 WHIP) will once again start Opening Day for the Mets. After not securing his third Cy Young Award in a row last season, he'll look to start on the right foot in this one. During Opening Day last season against Atlanta, deGrom went five innings, allowing just one hit and no runs while striking out eight.
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