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|Puig Exits After Collision Said To Be OK - RealGM Wiretap Yasiel Puig left an exhibition game in the fifth inning on Thursday night after a collision with teammate Howie Kendrick in shallow right field.
Puig and Kendrick both went after a popup. Kendrick nike roshe ru hyperfuse uomo , playing second base, peeled off when he heard Puig call for the ball at the last instant -- but could not avoid hitting him.
Kendrick's left elbow appeared to land on Puig's cheek and throat area as he sprinted in for the ball. Puig immediately fell to the grass, and put both his hands over his face and head.
"There hasn't been any trouble out there all spring. It was just one of those things," Don Mattingly said. "I don't know if Yasiel didn't think he could call it early enough. I mean, you can't call for it until you know you've got it, so everybody keeps coming until the end. And obviously with him calling it late, Howie's going to keep going and he's going to have trouble stopping."
Mattingly said he was glad everyone was OK.
Werth On Target For Tuesday Return - RealGM Wiretap
The Nationals expect to have Jayson Werth back in the lineup for Tuesday's game against the Mets.
Werth has not played since April 29 against the Braves.
He is hitting .260 with four homers and 10 RBIs for the Nationals this season.
Epstein Admits Errors Late In Red Sox Tenure - RealGM Wiretap Theo Epstein has acknowledged that late in his tenure with the Red Sox he lost patience in order to try to win immediately. "Some of the offseasons that we had were more offseasons of convenience -- giving in to the need to be good next year," Epstein said in an interview with 98.5 The Sports Hub in Boston. The result of "giving into that monster nike roshe run uomo saldi ," as Epstein put it, was spending big in free agency. "It's a natural push and pull that exists in any sports organization," said Epstein, now the president of the Cubs. "When you are in a big market and then you win, and you're up against the Yankees, and ratings are what they are and attendance is what it is, no one wants to go backwards, as a business nike roshe run italia , you don't want to go backwards. ... "Sometimes, on the business side, it's important to sort of have something with some sizzle in an offseason. It's the baseball operations department's job to push back against that, just as it's the business side's job to sometimes advance those thoughts. It's my responsibility if we got out of whack. And then you could always execute better, too. ... We didn't execute well in big-name free agency." Yankees Lose Teixeira For 8 10 Weeks - RealGM Wiretap
The Yankees will be without Mark Teixeira for 8-10 weeks.
He strained his right wrist swinging in a batting cage on Tuesday.
Teixeira was set to play for Team USA at the World Baseball Classic and has been replaced on the roster by Eric Hosmer.
Arrieta Edges Out Greinke Kershaw For NL Cy Young Honors - RealGM Wiretap
Jake Arrieta won the National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday after going 22-6 with a 1.77 ERA in 2015.
Arrieta went 14-1 with a 0.75 ERA over the final three months, the lowest second-half ERA in history for a starting pitcher (minimum 12 starts).
The right-hander got 17 first-place votes for 169 points from the Baseball Writers' Association of America. Zack Greinke drew 10 first-place votes and had 147 points. Clayton Kershaw had the other three firsts and 101 points.