Willians Astudillo usually catches fast goggles, he drops them.
On Friday night, the Twins’s helpful job – he spent the season on the hunt, first, second and third base this season – took the Twins Minnesota to a 10-3 loss to the Angels.
The 29-year-old Venezuelan was not disappointed, sending Kurt Suzuki (row), Luis Rengifo (ground), and David Fletcher (row) on seven floors in the bottom eight.
When his skill was amazing, it was from his second speed – or lack thereof.
The laps of “La Tortuga” came out at 72.5 mph, while the amazing ground dropped to 46 mph – five heb mph slower than the call of Astros hurler Zack Greinke on Monday.
During his brief appearance, the glover was watching the whole radar gun.
“I mean, there’s no way no, right?” Twins manager Rocco Baldelli said. “He’s all part. But he ‘s beautiful, a clean man, and there’ s no thirst for him. I’m not sure he broke a lord.
I’m not surprised he could throw it  hits mph and zips them in there when he wants 75 ga fastball. It does everything. ”