UPDATE: Thanks to an reader I've just learned that I failed to include Trayce Thompson's card in the below listing. It is now included.
#7 Corey Seager
"She has the legal right, but moral and decent right? Absolutely not," Kelly Drysdale said through tears by phone from her home in Hawaii. "It's not a very nice thing for someone to do. This is something that has caught me by surprise and is heartbreaking."Whatever happens it is clear that this award will soon find a new home. Hopefully, it'll be in a place we all can visit - like a museum, somewhere.
Now 56, the same age as her father when he died, Kelly Drysdale particularly wanted his 1962 Cy Young Award, which has a minimum bid of $15,000.
"That was the one thing that was proudly and prominently displayed in every house in which I ever lived," she said. "That was the first thing I asked if I could have and there was never a reply. These are things that have been in my family long before she ever met my father."
"I'm just very happy to get the win in my Major League debut," Maeda said. "I was a little bit nervous at first, but my teammates scored four runs for me [in the first inning] and that helped me relax a lot. I was able to get back on the mound and do what I usually do."So, is swinging a mighty stick also a part of his repertoire?
"He did everything we thought he could do, and even hit a home run, so that's tough to match," said Clayton Kershaw. "Watching him hit in batting practice, I knew he had the ability, but I've played for eight years and hit one homer, so I'm pretty impressed. We're supposed to pitch good, but when we do that, that's Little League stuff."Watch an Japanese broadcast of his homer here. Photo above of Kenta Maeda via Jon SooHoo/LA Dodgers 2016. Go here to check out more pics by Jon from yesterday's game. Below are more links to check out: