It’s been a whirlwind few months for Tristan Peters.
The Dawgs Academy and Okotoks Dawgs product was traded from Milwaukee to San Francisco, then again to the Tampa Bay Rays.
Peters is being rewarded for his performances in pro ball so far by being invited to the Rays’ MLB camp this spring.
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These are the stories that former Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher Keith Comstock shares.
They are pranks, oddities and, “Did that really happen?” moments.
They include remembrances of loss; analysis of pain, both real and simulated; and eyewitness accounts that twist the ears of baseball fans.
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Eric Sim may just be the hero that baseball deserves, even if the sport doesn’t need him any longer.
A self-professed “washed up” catcher and pitcher, Sim has found happiness as a bar manager and in baseball exile at his bat cave, where he still trains like a pro but professes a hate of the game he spent seven minor-league seasons playing.
Both outspoken and entertaining, Sim isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. If his unfiltered talk doesn’t send people to the exits, his unabashed opinions might.
Yet, the same in-your-face expression that turns off many baseball fans is also what makes the former Western Canadian Baseball League (WCBL) Canadian Rookie of the Year a cult favourite and a voice for the minor league experience.
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