The best play involving Jason Repko and/or Kosuke Fukudome ever

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Fukudome and Repko are both in he minor leagues these days. Yesterday, the former hit one to the latter. The latter did this:

The East German judge only gave him a 9.5 despite the fact he stuck the landing.

And, man, then the Yankees go and release Fukudome.

Kyle Seager is in The Best Shape of His Life

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Kyle Seager had the worst year of his big league career in 2018. He hit .221/.273/.400 (86 OPS+) and saw his home run total decline for the second straight year. In response, Seager has reported back to camp in Peoria . . . in the best shape of his life.

This story about it in the Seattle Times has it all: the poor production and nagging injuries that led to a change of habits in the offseason. A new diet, new exercise routines, a focus on flexibility, the epiphany that an injury was the result of conditioning and, as the payoff, the scene on the first day of workouts when his uniform was too baggy and he had to get a new one.

The proof, of course, will not come from the eating, but in the production.