Last night recently-retired ballplayer David Ross made his debut on “Dancing with the Stars.” I’m not a dancer and I’m in no position to judge him, but my amateur view of it all was that he did a pretty good job for a guy who was in a catcher’s squat seven or eight months a year for the past 15 years.
The judges apparently thought so too, as they gave him a 28 out of 40 which seems pretty good. Is it pretty good? DWtS people, please enlighten us in the comments.
You can watch his whole routine here. Yes, it’s baseball-themed. And yes, he was wearing a Cubs uniform. With sequins. From Ross’ Instagram page:
And here he is in action:
I’m assuming his routine will be on heavy rotation in the Cubs’ clubhouse out in Arizona this morning.
The Astros announced on Monday that the club claimed reliever Buddy Boshers off waivers from the Twins.
Boshers, 29, had been designated for assignment by the Twins last week. Across parts of three seasons, the lefty compiled a 4.59 ERA with a 78/25 K/BB ratio in 86 1/3 innings in the big leagues.
Boshers has handled left-handed hitters much better than right-handed hitters, holding them to a career .621 and .793 OPS, respectively. If he makes the 25-man roster out of spring training, the Astros may use him as a LOOGY — a left-handed one-out guy. As of right now, Tony Sipp is the only lefty in the ‘pen.