“Victory Fridges”, Acuña Jr’s Milestone, Puig/Hundley Ejected, Jeter And Marlins Requiring Spanish


Cleveland Browns fans have suffered over the last two years rooting for a team without a win since December 24th, 2016. Bud Light plans to reward fans for their longtime loyalty giving out free beer after the Browns win their first game. They’ve installed “Victory Fridges” in 10 different locations in the Cleveland area. The fridges will automatically unlock as soon as the Browns win.


Atlanta Braves rookie Ronald Acuña Jr. became the youngest player in history to hit a home run in five straight games.

In other baseball news, the rivalry between the San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers heated up on Tuesday when the Dodgers Yasiel Puig and Giants catcher Nick Hundley engaged in an outburst causing a bench-clearing brawl. Both players were ejected, and the Giants held on to win 2-1.

Miami Marlins part owner and CEO, Derek Jeter,  is reportedly trying to institute a policy to get players and coaches to learn Spanish. Even Jeter is taking lessons. He explained, “I’ve been to the Dominican and Venezuela. I went to Cuba with Major League Baseball in 2016. So I’ve been to those countries and tried to learn as much as I could about their cultures. Everybody expects the Latin players to make an effort to speak English. Well, especially here in Miami, if you don’t speak Spanish, you don’t fit in. I think it’s important.”


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  1. […] Atlanta Braves Ronald Acuña Jr. was attempting his 4th consecutive game leading off with a home run when a bitter […]

  2. […] on the clock, but the kick was blocked and the Browns winless streak continues at 624 days. The “Victory Fridges” with free Bud Light are still waiting to be […]

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