“It’s very frustrating when you get inexperienced pitchers coming to the mound and showing a lot of energy, and not being able to control their emotions,” Alex Rios said Wednesday of the pitch by Minnesota Twins rookie J.R. Graham that struck him on Monday, fracturing a bone in his left hand and landing him on the disabled list. Until he returns, Kansas City will play Jarrod Dyson and rookie Paulo Orlando in right field.
“It’s very frustrating when you get inexperienced pitchers coming to the mound and showing a lot of energy, and not being able to control their emotions,” Alex Rios said Wednesday of the pitch by Minnesota Twins rookie J.R. Graham that struck him on Monday, fracturing a bone in his left hand and landing him on the disabled list. Until he returns, Kansas City will play Jarrod Dyson and rookie Paulo Orlando in right field. Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press
“It’s very frustrating when you get inexperienced pitchers coming to the mound and showing a lot of energy, and not being able to control their emotions,” Alex Rios said Wednesday of the pitch by Minnesota Twins rookie J.R. Graham that struck him on Monday, fracturing a bone in his left hand and landing him on the disabled list. Until he returns, Kansas City will play Jarrod Dyson and rookie Paulo Orlando in right field. Tom Olmscheid The Associated Press

Royals’ Alex Rios says ‘a recipe for disaster’ led to him getting hit by pitch, breaking his left hand

April 15, 2015 06:22 PM

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