sfgate.com file photo: Oakland A’s pitcher Sean Manaea made his 2019 debut after having off season surgery. Manaea pitched against the New York Yankees on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
On the MLB The Show podcast with Daniel Dullum:
1 A’s Sean Manaea making his season debut today vs. Yanks
2 Autopsy report in for Tyler Skaggs: Mix of opioids and alcohol…
3 Twins break MLB single-season home run record with one month left in the season
4 Rays offer free tickets to Florida residents displaced by Hurricane Dorian
5 Swingin’ A’s to offer free tickets for kids 12-and-under throughout September
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On the MLB The Show podcast with Matt Harrington:
#1 Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs who passed away at age 27 the autopsy showed that Skaggs took “alcohol, fentanyl and oxycodone intoxication with terminal aspiration of gastric contents” according to a statement released by the Angels. Skaggs choked on his own vomit when the Angels were in Arlington in preparation to play the Texas Rangers, but on the day Skaggs passed away, the game was canceled due to his death.
#2 The Angels released a statement saying that the team will not rest until it gets a full investigation as to who supplied Skaggs with the painkillers and alcohol. The Skaggs family along with the Angels said that the team has hired Texas attorney Rusty Hardin to help with the investigation.
#3 The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed Max Muncy on the 10-day IL due to a wrist fracture. Muncy hopes not to miss more than 10 days and has 33 home runs and 87 RBIs this season. Muncy took a pitch on the wrist as he prepared to swing the pitch was expected to break away but jammed him.
#4 San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey hit in the five-hole for the first time this season on Thursday night. Giants manager Bruce Bochy made the move stating that Posey hitting .246 with six home runs and 35 RBIs was a “change of scenery move.” Posey went 1-4 on Thursday night against San Diego and hit fifth again on Friday night.
#5 Hurricane Dorian was upgraded to a category four and is headed for Miami. The Miami Marlins reportedly will leave three panels of the roof of their park open to avoid giving lift to the roof. The hatches are baton down, but the question remains what condition the park will be in after the storm and what impact will Dorian have on the community in order for the Marlins to continue play. The Fish are scheduled to host the Kansas City Royals on Friday night.
Matt Harrington does the MLB The Show podcast each Saturday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com