Andre Barrett's Girlfriend

Discussion forum for Andre Barrett's girlfriend (Maine Red Claws, NBDL). Does Andre Barrett have a girlfriend? Is he dating someone? Is he married? Single? Divorced? Would you date him? Did you date him? Who is his wife? His fiance? Please do not post inappropriate comments, this is a friendly forum for fans. If you see inappropriate comments, then please report them by clicking the report abuse link aside the comment. Please report any comments that suggest the person is gay or had sex with anybody or has an STD. Comments you post may require a paid membership to delete.

Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Sat, 20 Oct 2018 01:40:40 GMT reply
They are together so you can now find yourself someone and stop talking about them
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sat, 20 Oct 2018 01:29:41 GMT reply
Vanessa why is your old ass still talking about Liz and Dre? Dre will never speak to u and if you say he does your a complete liar so end this and go find yourself someone
Anonymous (Veteran) wrote on Sat, 20 Oct 2018 01:23:14 GMT reply
Move on with your life keep Liz name out your f’n mouth bitch. Vanessa nobody gives a f about you. Your the only person still talking about this get your old ass out of here and stop lying. At this point your the only person that cares so leave Liz name out your mouth
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:26:53 GMT reply
Dre lies a bit too much! He’s a trip!
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:26:29 GMT reply
See for yourselves Dre has liked plenty of Vanessa’s photos @sapiosexualv she doesn’t need to lie that she’s drove Dre to airports nor have slept with him or has had his car for the weekend while he went on business trips
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Fri, 19 Oct 2018 22:25:12 GMT reply
@sapiosexualv did date Dre for several years. He’s even liked a lot of her photos, you can check for yourselves,she didn’t resemble a old man to him, she’s his type. Liz he’s never liked any photo of yours sweetie. He sure as well liked @sapiosexualv photos but Vanessa is lying? Or did Dre not want to fess up to liz who Vanessa was to him ?
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 21:46:52 GMT reply
S ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
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Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walkBshdhzf
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:04:36 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walkBshdhzf
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 18:04:23 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walkBshdhdfhh
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 17:20:04 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walkZdf
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 17:06:36 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walkBshdh
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 14:23:48 GMT reply
LOL "dre talking foul about liz" that's a joke!!!!!! make me laugh some more go ahead
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 14:21:45 GMT reply
Yea? Ok what he said? "Foul" ? LOL since you bold. He's not going to talk about Liz to any of you bitches. None! I know that for a fact. He will say he don't know her but he will never say a bad thing. Idk her is easier for him to say and it's to shut you the hell up because he doesn't wanna talk about Liz to any of you LOL BUT OKAY! Keep liz name out your mouth none of you can beat her or compare to her. That's a FACT. Bye Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 06:04:42 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuT,m,
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 06:04:34 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuTk,
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 06:04:20 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuTtgdfhb
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:54:28 GMT reply
OS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwhryuTn213Sdcc
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:54:20 GMT reply
OS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwhryuTn213Aaww
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:54:12 GMT reply
OS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwhryuTn213Fg
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:53:08 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwhryuTn213
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:52:59 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuTn213
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 05:52:50 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuTn
Anonymous (Rookie) wrote on Thu, 18 Oct 2018 04:30:12 GMT reply
He’s talked foul about liz
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Wed, 17 Oct 2018 23:57:27 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuT
Anonymous (Sophomore) wrote on Wed, 17 Oct 2018 23:50:06 GMT reply
LOS ANGELES -- Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado was called out for being a "dirty player" and not "playing all that hard" by the Brewers after clipping the back leg of Milwaukee first baseman Jesus Aguilar while running out a groundout Tuesday night in the 10th inning of Game 4 of the National League Championship Series.
Both benches cleared after the incident. Aguilar's right foot was on first base, and it appeared Machado intentionally kicked it with his left foot out of frustration after being called out.
EDITOR'S PICKS
Cody Bellinger puts playoff slump to bed with late-night heroics
Five hours and 15 minutes after Game 4 of the NLCS started, the Dodgers outfielder finally delivered the deciding blow as L.A. knotted things up with Milwaukee.
Could this be it for Clayton Kershaw with the Dodgers?
Clayton Kershaw's start in Game 5 in the NL Championship Series is one of the biggest of his career -- and could be his last with the Dodgers.
Everything you need to know about Wednesday's LCS games
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw takes the hill for perhaps the biggest start of his life, and the Astros turn to Charlie Morton, who hasn't pitched in two weeks.
"It was a dirty play by a dirty player," Brewers star outfielder Christian Yelich said.
When Brewers manager Craig Counsell was asked whether Machado was going beyond the grounds of playing hard, he said, "I don't think he's playing all that hard."
Major League Baseball chief baseball officer Joe Torre, who handles player discipline, told the Los Angeles Times after the game that he planned to review the play.
Aguilar, who wasn't hurt on the play, said he and Machado "turned the page" afterward. The two hugged after Machado singled in the 13th inning, just before Machado scored the game-winning run on Cody Bellinger's walk-off single to tie the NLCS at two games apiece going QwryuDfg
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