It’s a day ending in y, which means that A’s third baseman Brett Lawrie and the Kansas City Royals are still engaging in a dumb feud. Let’s recap what has happened so far:
Oakland A’s third baseman Brett Lawrie has had a couple of days to cool off after spending a portion of his team’s weekend series against the Royals with dodging 100 mph fastballs, but he’s still pretty heated about how everything went down in Kansas City, and he’s got a particular beef with Royals fans.
It’s a good thing that the Royals-A’s series ended yesterday, because if the two teams had to play again today, I fear that A’s third baseman Brett Lawrie would end up dead. Yesterday’s game brought an end to a three-day saga that featured a possibly dirty slide, an apparent case of mistaken identity, and some truly…
Brett Lawrie sprained Alcides Escobar’s knee with a hard slide Friday night, but did he apologize for it?
Athletics third baseman Brett Lawrie had an efficient game Tuesday night, in the worst way. He struck out four times—all swinging—on 12 pitches.
OK, fine. Lawrie was actually trying to record some kind of jump-throw out at second base but decided mid-jump that he couldn't make the play. Instead, he gracefully pirouetted, composed himself and fired to first to get
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With eight players already on the disabled list—the most recent being slugger Jose Bautista Monday night—the Toronto Blue Jays can ill afford to lose another star to injury. Any presumption of caution, though, was thrown to the wind today as during the Jays' game at Yankee Stadium third baseman Brett Lawrie chased…
Blue Jays infielder Brett Lawrie will sit out the next four games after throwing a tantrum on home plate umpire Bill Miller during the ninth inning of Toronto's game against Tampa Bay. "It took a bad hop and hit him totally by accident," stated Lawrie, who appealed the suspension though he does plan to apologize to…
Today, the Blue Jays traded away starting pitcher Shawn Marcum for the Brewers' top minor league prospect, second baseman Brett Lawrie. Brett is 20 years old and is now a major league baseball player. Brett should figure out Facebook's privacy settings.