clearn.png
Friday January 27th, 2023 7:13PM

Yankees reliever Trivino warms up in wrong jersey, changes

By The Associated Press
Related Articles
  Contact Editor

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Yankees reliever Lou Trivino got a tap on his shoulder as he warmed up in the bullpen alerting him he had on the wrong jersey: the No. 50 belonging to Jameson Taillon instead of his own 56.

Trivino had pulled off his sweatshirt to throw his pitches on a cool Friday night at the Coliseum and the problem became clear. He began to warm in case he was needed to replace Wandy Peralta, who surrendered an RBI single to pinch-hitter Dermis García but finished the 2-hour, 50-minute game for his third save as New York beat the Oakland Athletics 3-2.

“I don't know, it happens,” Trivino said. “... I was warming up, I wasn't even paying attention.”

A bat boy scurried out with the right jersey and Trivino made a quick change.

Who told him? “I don’t know, it just happened," said Trivino, traded by the A's to New York at the deadline along with Frankie Montas.

Trivino laughed it all off, saying, “It wasn't the first time, it's probably not the last.”

So he had done it before? “Oh, yeah, who hasn't?” he cracked.

Maybe pull on Aaron Judge's No. 99 next time for a little fun? — “yeah,” the right-hander agreed.

Trivino had joked he wanted some attention since he wasn't playing. He got it all right.

“I didn’t know that,” Judge said, grinning, “I’ll have to get on him.”

___

More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports

  • Associated Categories: Associated Press (AP), AP Sports, AP Online Baseball , AP Strange News, AP Sports - Major League Baseball
© Copyright 2023 AccessWDUN.com
All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without permission.
At $249 per day, prison stays leave ex-inmates deep in debt
A few states have been amending or repealing “pay-to-stay” laws that require former prisoners to reimburse states for the cost of their jail stays, sometimes at daily rates exceeding what they would have paid to stay in a luxury hotel
7:30AM ( 38 minutes ago )
Tunisia hosts Japanese-African economic cooperation meeting
African heads of state, representatives of international organizations and private business leaders are in Tunisia for the eighth iteration of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development
7:02AM ( 1 hour ago )
Serbia's leader says EuroPride won't happen due to threats
Serbia's president says the country won’t allow a pan-European LGBTQ Pride event to take place in its capital next month
6:58AM ( 1 hour ago )
Associated Press (AP)
Clements wins at crash-filled Daytona, reaches postseason
Jeremy Clements won a crash-filled Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway early Saturday for his second career victory and first since 2017
1:46AM ( 6 hours ago )
Braves reliever Jackson Stephens hit in head by line drive
Atlanta Braves reliever Jackson Stephens was hit in the side of the head by a line drive Friday night and was headed to a hospital for tests
1:42AM ( 6 hours ago )
Rodríguez: $209M deal, could jump to $409.3M for 15 years
Julio Rodríguez and the Seattle Mariners are set on a long-term relationship in the Pacific Northwest, agreeing to a $209.3 million contract starting next season that could be worth $409.3 million over 15 years
1:18AM ( 6 hours ago )
AP Sports
Ichiro's honor by Mariners seems a precursor to Cooperstown
Ichiro Suzuki may finally take a day off from his pregame routine of throwing, running, fielding during batting practice when he becomes the latest inductee into the Seattle Mariners’ Hall of Fame
10:40PM ( 9 hours ago )
Bryce Harper back in Phillies' lineup after 52-game absence
Bryce Harper is back in the Phillies’ starting lineup for Friday night’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates after missing 52 games with a broken left thumb
3:48PM ( 16 hours ago )
Wild MLB debut by Yankees' Weissert; HBPs on 1st 2 pitches
New York Yankees reliever Greg Weissert had a wild major league debut
1:05PM ( 19 hours ago )
AP Online Baseball
Nebraska authorities baffled by missing canal water mystery
Authorities in Nebraska are trying to determine who released 16 million gallons of water by opening a dam on an irrigation channel one night this month — and why
5:55PM ( 1 day ago )
Some like it hot: Eating spicy in China's WWII shelters
The city of Chongqing is known for both soaring temperatures and spicy cuisine, notably its hotpot: a peppery bubbling tabletop broth into which diners dunk bite-size pieces of food to cook and eat
1:32AM ( 2 days ago )
Hopi teens see need for skateboarding park, make it happen
A handful of teenagers on the Hopi reservation saw a need for a safe place to skateboard and made it happen
12:41PM ( 3 days ago )
AP Strange News
Braves drill slumping Pirates 14-2, complete 3-game sweep
Kyle Wright allowed two hits over seven efficient innings and the Atlanta Braves drilled the sloppy Pittsburgh Pirates 14-2 to complete a three-game sweep
5:04PM ( 2 days ago )
Ex-NYC Mayor de Blasio heads to Harvard as teaching fellow
Former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is headed to Harvard this fall as a teaching fellow at the both the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School and the Harvard T
1:33PM ( 2 days ago )
MLB teams to play all 29 opponents under '23 balanced sked
Every Major League Baseball team will play each other in the same season for the first time next year as the sport switches to its first balanced schedule since 2000
1:03PM ( 2 days ago )
AP Sports - Major League Baseball
At $249 per day, prison stays leave ex-inmates deep in debt
A few states have been amending or repealing “pay-to-stay” laws that require former prisoners to reimburse states for the cost of their jail stays, sometimes at daily rates exceeding what they would have paid to stay in a luxury hotel
7:30AM ( 38 minutes ago )
Tunisia hosts Japanese-African economic cooperation meeting
African heads of state, representatives of international organizations and private business leaders are in Tunisia for the eighth iteration of the Tokyo International Conference on African Development
7:02AM ( 1 hour ago )
Serbia's leader says EuroPride won't happen due to threats
Serbia's president says the country won’t allow a pan-European LGBTQ Pride event to take place in its capital next month
6:58AM ( 1 hour ago )
Ukraine: Russia fires on cities not far from nuclear plant
Ukrainian authorities say Russian forces fired missiles and artillery on two cities across the river from Europe’s largest nuclear power plant
6:53AM ( 1 hour ago )
Malaysia court slams leak of alleged verdict of ex-PM's wife
Malaysia’s top court has condemned as a deliberate smear attempt the leaking of the alleged verdict against the wife of jailed ex-Prime Minister Najib Razak
5:42AM ( 2 hours ago )