8-22-21 By Craig W. Toth (aka @bucsbasement on Twitter) The picture of Bryan Reynolds above was taken at 2:17 PM EST on March 12, 2020 from beside the bleachers on the deck of LECOM Park in right field, moments before Major League Baseball, and ultimately the world, shutdown. Several weeks prior to this I wasContinue reading “Bryan Reynolds Is A Different Kind Of Superstar”
Bryan Reynolds has been a very good player in his time as a Pirate, I mean if you look back through his documented career he’s always been a good player. What he’s doing this season, yeah, he’s a bit more than that.
We’ll circle back here to the pre-gam festivities, but to me there is nothing that chokes me up like the actual announcements of the participants.
Congrats to our All Stars! Adam Frazier and Bryan Reynolds.
Bryan Reynolds is absolutely killing baseballs this season. If I’m the Pirates the only games I want to play with him are on the field.
Pirates jumped on the Rockies early in this one, anxious to get the taste of the last two games out of their mouths
You can spend time being mad that Bryan Reynolds name is out there, but let’s also not pretend he wouldn’t be a hot commodity. Just having the discussion shows just how tough it would be to pry him from Pittsburgh.
Before I dig in on this subject, there is nothing that will have real lasting effect on the fan base like winning. While it doesn’t feel like it at times, I think it’s easy to accept that Ben Cherington wants to do.
Ke’Bryan Hayes makes the lineup more professional from the moment the letter K is written on the lineup card, but as bad as the offense has been, its key he isn’t being dropped into nothingness.
Last week, The Pirates had one available outfielder, Ka’ai Tom. I called it Outfield-A-Rama, and it looked like they had no idea how they’d ram together an outfield for the foreseeable future.