Player Who Hit Game-Winning Grand Slam vs. Twins Was Randomly Drug Tested
I found this pretty weird. Maybe it is a coincidence, but there is no way it was, right? Andrew Romine, the center fielder for the Detroit Tigers who hit a grand slam for the Tigers to beat the Twins 5-3 in game one of the series.
It was only the seventh-career home run for the 31-year-old Romine, and according to THIS post from the Bleacher Report, when Romine entered the dugout, he was immediately drug tested.
Romine is off to a hot start this season, but what are the chances his first-career grand slam happens on the same day he was 'randomly' drug-tested for performance enhancing drugs.
If this happened to a Twins players, I might be a little bit more bitter about it, but it didn't and I and it still bothers me. It bothers me that Kyle Gibson threw a slider over the plate in a 1-2 count, but this might bother me a little bit more!
I am not sure where the MLB got this idea, but this is no coincidence!
Am I the only person who thinks this is a little bit off?