At least Chuck and Joe ended their careers with the Orioles. I always liked Gary and enjoyed his camaraderie with Palmer, but Jon was my man, and I wish Miller could have finished his career here, too. But there’s nothing so vindictive and unpredictable as a thin-skinned billionaire.
It’s obvious moving forward all sports will have more in game options going on. These sports after years of being anti gambling now know how beneficial it is for them to allow in game betting. Younger generation loves this stuff.
Looks like from the link you provided earlier no team offers a separate app. That makes sense.
If teams did that they would tick off satellite/cable companies who have customers leave. The teams want as much money and access to their games as possible. They have to please both sides here.
They aren’t saying to me Roku customers have access to the games but those with cable/satellite service can access it through their Roku device. Maybe I’m wrong here. The Roku issue is the key part of this whole deal for anyone who wants to stream.
I don't know that 400 PA necessary - I'll be itchy around 150 for the Stewart Diaz switch if Stewart isn't Pipping him, and Diaz is handling AAA.
Stewart clearly has one of the team's best Eyes (a badly needed attribute in Orioles hitters), but his Contact rate was Davis-range. If he can make a decent improvement there, I can see him menacing some pitchers, but if you are struggling to touch pitches that you can tell are strikes, I'm not sure if going far past a month or six weeks would do anyone much good.
I don't want to say his hot streak last summer was full Davis Spring Training mode, but I think before it pitchers were just getting bolder and bolder. Good for him for making pitchers think about him.