St. Louis Cardinals Miles Mycholas (35) could not hide his envy towards his teammate Lars Nutba (26) who won the World Baseball Classic (WBC).
Mycholas is a veteran starting pitcher with a record of 45 wins, 40 losses, and an ERA of .370 in 143 major league games (723 innings). He also played in Japanese professional baseball from 2015 to 2017, participated in the WBC as the US national team, and played an active part with an ERA of 1.50 in 2 games (6 innings).
Mykolas, who was defeated by the Japanese national team in the final and stayed in second place, appeared on a podcast hosted by Todd Frazier and AJ Fizinski, who were active as sluggers in the major leagues before joining the team after the tournament, over Nutba, who won the championship in the Japanese national team. “It would be good for you not to bring your gold medal to the clubhouse,” he laughed.
Nutba is a rising star with a batting average of .231 (92 hits in 399 bats), 19 homers, 55 RBIs, and an OPS of .775 in 166 major league games. Although he is in his second year in the major leagues, he does not have much experience, but he participated in the WBC with the Japanese national team and won the championship. The WBC record recorded an OPS of .693 with 4 RBIs, 7 runs scored and 2 steals in 7 games with a batting average of .269 (7 hits in 26 bats).
“We have 18 wrestlers on our team who came back without a gold medal,” said Michaels, “but bringing that to the team would be pretty bold. Wouldn’t you hate to see something happen to the medallion? Wouldn’t you hate to lose a medal? It’s like a bathroom, but something might happen,” he laughed. 온라인바카라
Concluding the joke, Michaelas, who congratulated Nutba on his win, said, “I think it would be great to bring home a gold medal. I want to see the gold medal. I have a silver medal and it would be cool to have it in my locker room. It may not be as cool as a gold medal,” he said.