2022 All-Star Futures Game highlights



2022 All-Star Futures Game highlights

n”,”providerName”:”Twitter”,”providerUrl”:”https://twitter.com”,”type”:”rich”,”width”:550,”__typename”:”ExternalEmbedContent”},”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({“locale”:”en-us”,”slug”:”2022-all-star-futures-game-highlights”,”type”:”story”}).parts.11″:{“data”:{“type”:”id”,”generated”:true,”id”:”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({“locale”:”en-us”,”slug”:”2022-all-star-futures-game-highlights”,”type”:”story”}).parts.11.data”,”typename”:”ExternalEmbedContent”},”type”:”oembed”,”__typename”:”ExternalEmbed”},”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({“locale”:”en-us”,”slug”:”2022-all-star-futures-game-highlights”,”type”:”story”}).parts.12″:{“content”:”**Oscar Colas robs Darren Baker** nDusty Baker is going to take the All-Star stage as the American League manager on Tuesday. Three days earlier, his son Darren — a second baseman in the Nationals system — almost had an All-Star moment of his own, until Colas stepped in.nnThe No. 2 White Sox prospect came sprinting in and to his left to nab a Baker liner before it hit the ground in left center in the fifth inning. To his credit, Baker did sting the ball at 98.2 mph (exceeding the hard-hit threshold of 95 mph), but it wasn’t a match for Colas’ glove.nnThe 23-year-old outfielder signed with the White Sox for $2.7 million last January and stands out most for his plus power and arm, but he showed a little something with the glove Saturday too.”,”type”:”markdown”,”__typename”:”Markdown”},”$ROOT_QUERY.getForgeContentBySlug({“locale”:”en-us”,”slug”:”2022-all-star-futures-game-highlights”,”type”:”story”}).parts.13″:{“contentDate”:”2022-07-17T01:39:07.069Z”,”description”:”Mariners No. 5 Prospect Emerson Hancock strikes out the side in the bottom of the 6th…



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