Life is funny at times. Many times, the good simply comes with the bad. Unfortunately for the in the to shine in the Big Apple. On the farm, Spencer Strider has certainly been the prospect stealing the headlines this week with his promotion. Furthermore, with the coming into clear focus, there are a few first basemen the Braves could look to add to the farm in July. MLB NEWSThe wait for many is finally over. Not only did Wander Franco make his much anticipated debut for the Rays Tuesday night, he wasted no time in showing his immense talent and potential Marcell Ozuna Pillow Cover. Franco went 2-4 with a double and jacked a three-run home run as his first major league hit. The future is certainly bright for both Franco and the Rays. A major development this week across the MLB is pitcher inspections as the league is attempting to crack down on the use of foreign substances on balls https://www.atlantagearshop.com/Austin_Riley_Pet_Jersey-202. Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole was of the pitchers inspected on Tuesday. Cole was found to be clean, and he went on to provide New York with a very good performance. As can be seen, umpires will be looking at any and every with their inspections. While inspections were certainly civil in New York, circumstances became a little testy in Philadelphia. After Nationals ace Max Scherzer had been checked twice with no issues earlier in the game, Phillies manager Joe Girardi requested Scherzer be checked again. Scherzer, clearly frustrated, once again checked out fine and Girardi was ejected after his reaction. While some inspection occurrences may be peaceful, it seems they could become contentious in certain situations. While it has been fun to see the Braves make up significant ground in the standings over the past few days, the Houston Astros are right now baseballs hottest team https://www.atlantagearshop.com/Ronald_Acuna_Jr_Face_Mask-472.The Astros have won nine straight and are now in sole possession of first place in the AL West. It seems they will be having a close divisional race with Oakland for the rest of the season.