Buccaneers, Titans to hold joint practices prior to preseason meeting
The top two picks from the 2015 NFL Draft will face each other on the practice field for a few days this August.
According to Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will practice against the Tennessee Titans prior to their meeting in Week 2 of the preseason.
I think I’m going up there now to look at my pitch and not the pitcher’s pitch, Villanueva said through a translator.
The Padres chased Beede in their three-run fourth. Cory Spangenberg and Pirela hit RBI doubles, and Freddy Galvis had an RBI single.
They’re young, they’re talented, they’re free-swingers in a way, they’re aggressive, Beede said. They’re certainly a good lineup and hopefully next time we play them we can shut them down a little bit more.
The Padres won three straight even though outfielders Manuel Margot and Wil Myers are on the disabled list and first baseman Eric Hosmer sat out the last two games.
It was disappointing, Giants manager Bruce Bochy said. I think it showed a little bit today how we’ve been nicked up with this pitching.
Palepoi originally signed with the Chargers as an undrafted free agent in 2014. He missed the 2015 season with a fractured foot that landed him on injured reserve.
In 2016, the NFL suspended Palepoi four games for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy. He served three games to end 2016 and then the 2017 season opener.
It’s fun, but at the same time, you’re hoping for some runs there, Verlander said about going toe-to-toe with Colon. He was painting. It’s like, what are you going to do? You’re going to tip your cap. He did an excellent job tonight keeping our guys off balance and not giving anyone anything to hit.
In the 10th, Chirinos launched a two-run double off Hector Rondon (1-1) that short-hopped the wall in straightaway center field. Jake Diekman pitched out of trouble in the bottom half for his first save.
With runners at the corners, Jake Marisnick struck out swinging to end it and slammed his bat to the ground. Marisnick was angry that Diekman’s 3-1 pitch was called a strike even though it looked outside.