Man, it was an embarrassment of pitching riches at Dodger Stadium last night. In addition to Clayton Kershaw throwing his usual eight dominant innings, the ceremonial first pitch was pretty darn good too.
Check out Little League World Series sensation Mo’ne Davis fire a strike — a low strike with good movement — from the mound last night:
They all should be like that. They can’t be because most of us can’t throw with a diddly durn, but they all should be.
Jeff Fletcher of the Orange County Register reports that the Angels have hired former Tigers manager Brad Ausmus as a special assistant to GM Billy Eppler.
Ausmus, 48, managed the Tigers for four seasons, accruing a 314-332 (.486) record. The Tigers fired him after the 2017 season and hired former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire in his place.
Ausmus will assist with scouting and evaluations of players in the Angels’ system, amateurs, and players in other organizations.