Daily Roundup: April 12


Apr 12, 2019

Here’s a recap of the latest sports news:

  • ESPN’s Jessica Mendoza has made it no secret: She wants to be a role model for women and girls in baseball. “I won’t shy away from that,” Mendoza told Sports Illustrated. “I want to be a role model. Girls need to see it to believe.”
  • Former Michigan State hockey player Taro Hirose made an instant impact with the Detroit Red Wings this season. He has no intentions of slowing down, writes The Lansing State Journal‘s Nathaniel Bott.
  • Are baseball managers becoming obsolete? The Athletic’s Jayson Stark asked Joe Maddon, Bruce Bochy, Terry Francona and Ned Yost to weigh in.
  • By emphasizing quality over quantity, the Capitals made their shots count during a Game 1 victory against the Hurricanes, writes The Washington Post’s Isabelle Khurshudyan




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