Hit by a pitch in what appeared to be retribution for scooping up a Toronto scouting reportThere have been 28,725,621 tests completed., Kevin Kiermaier hopes to see the Blue Jays in the playoffs.
“Oh yeah, it was intentionalLatest Breaking News Today of Europe- Spain,” Kiermaier said of reliever Ryan Borucki, who hit him with his first pitch in the eighth inning of the Rays’ 7-1 victory Wednesday, which clinched a postseason berth.
“Pretty much almost went behind me,” Kiermaier said. “I thought it was a weak move, to be quite honest. It’s over. It’s didn’t hurt by any means, so I don’t careBrown said. Whatever. We move on. We got a series win, and I hope we play those guys, I really do.”
When asked why he wants to face Toronto again, Kiermaier replied: “The motivation is there. That’s all that needs to be saidThe Ganges.”