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Fan in Fenway Park stands struck by McCann's flying bat

  New York Yankees catcher Brian McCann's bat slipped out of his hands and hit a female fan near the Boston Red Sox dugout in the seventh inning of Monday night's game. The fan, who was seated four rows from the field, was hit on the left elbow and was attended to by medical personnel. She appeared to be holding an ice pack on her elbow, but stayed in her seat. In June, 44-year...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Female fan hit by McCann's bat

BOSTON (AP) New York Yankees catcher Brian McCann's bat slipped out of his hands and hit a female fan near the Boston Red Sox dugout in the seventh inning of Monday night's game. The fan, who was seated four rows from the field, was hit on the left elbow and was attended to by medical personnel. She appeared to be holding an ice pack on her elbow, but stayed in her seat. In June...
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Lawrie not opposed to shifting around infield with A's

When the Oakland Athletics acquired Brett Lawrie from the Toronto Blue Jays in the Josh Donaldson trade, he joined the club as a third baseman. However, he's also played some time at second base this season with Oakland, especially recently after the club brought in Danny Valencia on a waiver claim.  When asked by Joe Stiglich of CSN Bay Area over the weekend about his ability to...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: A's Lawrie blasts mammoth 470-ft home run at Arizona's Chase Field

The Oakland Athletics lost again on Friday night to the Arizona Diamondbacks at Chase Field, but it wasn't without one major highlight.  In the ninth inning down 6-2, infielder Brett Lawrie stepped up showed off his powerful build by absolutely annihilating a pitch from David Hernandez for a two-run homer to left field.  The blast was so impressive that A's play-by-play announcer...
Via Fox Sports
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Royals in all New Territory in 2015 — Being Hated

  It seems impossible to believe, but this is a real thing. People actually say they HATE the Royals. For so long, the Royals were the pitiful franchise that simply facilitated games. They took the field, took their beating, and always looked to the future. Well, we’ve arrived in that future, and we all love it! Watching this team is incredibly fun, for us. We love their hustle...
Via Royals Blue
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Lawrie's tireless work ethic keeping him healthy for A's

Before joining the Oakland Athletics in the offseason trade that sent Josh Donaldson to the Toronto Blue Jays, Brett Lawrie was known as one of those players that just couldn't stay on the field. So far in 2015, however, things have changed for the 25-year-old.  Heading into play Tuesday, Lawrie has played in 106 games this season - a figure close to his career high (125, set in...
Via Fox Sports
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Athletics-Blue Jays Preview

The Toronto Blue Jays have easily had the majors' highest-scoring offense this season, but now they're also reaping the benefits of a red-hot pitching staff. The Blue Jays look to keep closing the gap in the AL East race with their ninth straight win Tuesday night when Brett Lawrie makes his return to Canada with the Oakland Athletics. Toronto leads all of baseball by a wide margin...
Via AP on Fox
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Donaldson appreciated A's fans' reception upon return to Oakland

Josh Donaldson's anticipated return to O.co Coliseum came on Tuesday night, when his Toronto Blue Jays beat the Oakland Athletics by a score of 7-1.It was an emotional return for Donaldson, jettisoned out of Oakland in a shocking offseason trade that netted the A's Brett Lawrie, Kendall Graveman and a host of minor leaguers, and Donaldson admitted he was looking forward to the return...
Via Fox Sports
July 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Blue Jay Brett Lawrie refuses to speak to Toronto reporters

It seems that Oakland Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie is still a little bitter that the Toronto Blue Jays traded him last season.With the Jays in town (and all of their reporters), Lawrie told the A's that he did not want to speak to the Toronto beats before Tuesday's game:To each their own, but it sure looks like there is some lingering animosity there.Lawrie, from British...
Via Fox Sports
July 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Buy/Sell, Week 12: Lawrie’s Resurgence

Brett Lawrie, 2B/3B, OAK Verdict: Buy While he may not be making A’s fans forget about Josh Donaldson, Brett Lawrie has managed to scrap his way to fantasy relevance. In the past 30 days, according to the ESPN player rater, Lawrie has been the fifth best second baseman. At first glance, the combination of Lawrie’s BABIP and 26.4 K% points to a whole lot of regression coming...
Via Baseball Professor
June 26, 2015  |  Discuss

A's Lawrie doesn't anticipate more drama this weekend vs. Royals

In mid-April, the Oakland Athletics and Kansas City Royals sparred at Kaufmann Stadium in a weekend series filled with tense glares, HBPs, ejections and benches-emptying incidents. The ugliness centered around A's third baseman Brett Lawrie and Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura, when the Royals took issue with a 'hard takeout slide' from Lawrie that (temporarily) injured K.C. shortstop...
Via Fox Sports
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Don't be alarmed by that cheetah in the Rangers' dugout

Thursday marks the Texas Rangers' Wildlife Education Day in Arlington and perhaps the first time a cheetah has stepped foot (paw) inside a MLB dugout. Oakland A's pitcher Drew Pomeranz was... surprised: Said A's third baseman Brett Lawrie, "Your average cheetah at the ball park." Said* all-time stolen bases champ and former Athletic Rickey Henderson of the blazing fast cat: "Rickey...
Via Fox Sports
June 25, 2015  |  Discuss

A's reaping the benefits of a red-hot Brett Lawrie

The Oakland Athletics were relying on new third baseman Brett Lawrie to be a catalyst on both sides of the field this season, and he's definitely delivering. So far with his new club, Lawrie is slashing .286/.322/.416 with 21 extra-base hits in 255 official at-bats and playing mostly solid defense at third. While he isn't quite having the same MVP-caliber year as the guy he replaced...
Via Fox Sports
June 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Trade Prospectus: Brett Lawrie

As I wrote last week, the Indians are in the need for a bat at the trade deadline. If possible, it would be most beneficial to pick up a right-handed hitter that can play on the left-side of the infield. With Francisco Lindor called up and presumed to be the new everyday shortstop, the Indians only need a third baseman to completely revamp that side, something that was desperately...
Via Burning River Baseball
June 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Red Sox fan who was hit in the face by shattered bat at Fenway Park leaves hospital: Report

The Massachusetts woman who was seriously hurt when a broken bat flew into the stands at Fenway Park last week has been released from a hospital. Officials at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston say that Tonya Carpenter was discharged and transferred to a rehabilitation center. Doctors describe Carpenter's recovery as "excellent" and say she's getting stronger...
Via The Other Paper
June 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Brett Lawrie Reaches Out To Broken Bat Victim

Tonya Carpenter (AP Photo—Courtesy Of Family)Oakland A's third-baseman Brett Lawrie has reached out to Tonya Carpenter—the fan who was struck by a shard from his broken bat at Fenway Park last Friday. Lawrie sent Carpenter flowers accompanied by the following note, "Sending my thoughts and prayers". On Monday, the 41-year-old Carpenter's condition was upgraded to "fair", but...
Via FenwayNation
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Brett Lawrie sends flowers to fan injured by broken bat

Tonya Carpenter, the woman who was struck by a broken bat during a Boston Red Sox-Oakland A’s game at Fenway Park on Friday night, is still recovering in the hospital and has been upgraded to fair condition. A bouquet of flowers from Brett Lawrie has helped lift her spirits. Lawrie is the player whose broken...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Lawrie sends flowers to woman seriously injured by his flying bat

  Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie has sent flowers to the woman who was seriously injured when she was hit in the head by Lawrie's broken bat at Fenway Park last week. Lawrie did not want to discuss his gesture Tuesday night following Oakland's 2-1 loss to the Texas Rangers but said he was "glad that she's doing well and I'm glad that she got my flowers." Tonya Carpenter, 44...
Via AP on Fox
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Oakland A's 3B Brett Lawrie sends flowers to injured fan

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie has sent flowers to the woman who was seriously injured when she was hit in the head by Lawrie's broken bat at Fenway Park last week. Lawrie did not want to discuss his gesture Tuesday night following Oakland's 2-1 loss to the Texas Rangers but said he was ''glad that she's doing well and I'm glad that she got my flowers...
Via AP on Fox
June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Brett Lawrie sends flowers to fan hit by his broken bat

The Oakland A’s third baseman sent flowers and a note Tuesday to the hospital room of 44-year-old Tonya Carpenter, who is recovering from her injuries at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. “Sending my thoughts and prayers,” Lawrie’s note read, according to WCVB-TV in Boston. The Carpenter family responded with a message of its own. “Brett, (the flowers) are the...
Via NESN.com
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Brett Lawrie Popped the Question to Dana Long

I have terrible news to report for Canadian jersey chasers who are hoping to have a shot with Brett Lawrie one day: he’s off the market … for good. That’s right folks, just five months after introducing you to Brett’s girlfriend, Dana Long, the Athletics third baseman has decided the Saint Mary’s alum is the one for him. Making great use of his Monday off day, Brett set...
Via Busted Coverage
June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

2015 Fantasy Baseball: What to Make of Brett Lawrie

View image | gettyimages.com It feels like Brett Lawrie has been around forever, so it is easy to forget that he is still just 25-years-old. Earlier this week, I traded for Lawrie and Mallex Smith in a dynasty league. I gave the opposing owner Daniel Norris, so this is a play on speculation and moving an arm for a few young bats. The more I looked and continue to look into Lawrie...
Via The Fantasy Fix
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Seriously Injured Red Sox Fan in Stable Condition

The Boston Red Sox fan injured by an errant bat during yesterdays game against the Oakland Athletics at Fenway Park has had her medical status upgraded to serious but is in stable condition. Tonya Carpenter suffered horrific facial and cranial injuries with her husband and son sitting on either side of her, when Brett Lawrie‘s broken bat struck her travelling at dangerously...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
June 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Fan struck by broken bat in Boston expected to survive

Fans take risks by attending games, and much to the dismay of all of us, Tonya Carpenter experienced that danger first-hand on Friday night when a broken bat struck her in the head. Fortunately and thankfully, she is expected to survive what are considered life-threatening injuries, according to the Associated Press, via ESPN. The message was brief, yet direct. The report said...
Via Sportsnaut
June 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Brett Lawrie Reflects On Scary Incident In Red Sox-A’s Game At Fenway

This embed is invalid" /> BOSTON — A scary incident during Friday night’s Boston Red Sox-Oakland Athletics game at Fenway Park has everyone concerned. Brett Lawrie never saw anything like it. Lawrie’s bat shattered in the second inning and struck a woman sitting in the box seats located near the visitors’ on-deck circle. The woman, identified...
Via NESN.com
June 06, 2015  |  Discuss
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