Johnny Manziel showed flashes of his old football self in his CFL debut.
And not just with his arm and legs.
On multiple occasions Friday night in Hamilton, the Tiger-Cats’ newest quarterback got an earful from Toronto Argonauts defenders. And Manziel gave it right back.
What’s interesting about all this is in many ways there might actually be more pressure now on Boone the rest of the way. The Yankees obviously want to avoid the wild-card game, and with this AL East race expected to go down to the wire, that makes every game and every decision all that more important.
Callaway and the Mets? Well, at this point, even Mr. Met is afraid to watch:
Oh, the Mets also haven’t won since that headline declared things couldn’t get much worse. With two Subway Series games still to play, this sets up an exciting weekend at least for the tabloid headline writers.Hamilton, Reds end 13-game losing skid vs Cards with 6-3 win
Mychal Kendricks on report he is signing with the Browns: 1/2: No, it’s not accurate. I don’t know who the (bleep) said that. That (bleep) is (bleep). Whoever said that (bleep) is (bleep). That’s all I have to say, man. I’m not really talking to anybody else about it…
The Eagles selected Kendricks in the second round of the 2012 draft. His best season came in 2013, when he registered 113 total tackles and four sacks.
The Browns finished 2017 without a win and missed the playoffs for the 15th straight season. They acquired quarterback Tyrod Taylor from the Bills in mid-March and selected Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield with the first overall pick in this year’s draft.
Tigers first base coach Ramon Santiago is away from the team with his wife about to give birth, so Alan Trammell filled in. Trammell, who now works as a special assistant to Tigers general manager Al Avila, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame and have his No. 3 retired later this summer.
Trammell played for the Tigers from 1977-1996 and managed them from 2003-2005.
Bauer threw 113 pitches, increasing his major league-leading average to 109.3 per start. Max Scherzer of the Washington Nationals is second at 106.2. Bauer has thrown at least 100 pitches in all 13 starts this season.