ALTOONA, Pa. - Michael Ryan is one of the most relaxed men I've dealt with in baseball. On Monday night, all of the frustrations from his team's most recent performance compounded into a 20-second eruption.
Ryan's team just got beat by Bowie, 2-0, and they were only capable of one hit during the one hour and 51 minute game. This was a game where their output of errors tripled their number of hits. This is also a game where Joe Musgrove threw 34 pitches in four innings of work and looked great in his rehab start minus a first inning solo home run that ended up tagging him with the loss.
Enough was enough.
"You walk in after the worst offensive competitive game of my career, hands down," Ryan said. "You can write it down, you can do whatever, you can highlight it. I don't give a cra...
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