Bartolo Colon ready to expand list of career feats that range from historic to esoteric

The man, the myth and the legend that is Big Sexy, Bartolo Colon, is close to reaching another milestone and breaking another record in his illustrious 21-year major Ben Hutton Youth Jersey league career.
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The 45-year-old Colon is one strikeout away from becoming the 34th pitcher in MLB history to reach 2,500 for his career. His next win will be his 244th, which will push him ahead of Hall of Famer Juan Marichal for most by a Dominican-born pitcher.

Despite all these records and milestones, he’s still aiming for a few more. Three more wins will push him past Nicaragua-born Dennis Martinez for most wins (245) by a pitcher from Latin America. Former Twins teammate Ervin Santana told http://www.officialvancouvercanucks.com/Adidas-Ben-Hutton-Jersey twincities.com in January that Colon wants to beat Martinez’s record and then retire. http://www.jetsofficialsfootballprostore.com/WOMENS_YOUTH_MARK_GASTINEAU_JERSEY.html

Here’s hoping that Colon will keep pitching as long as a team is willing to give him the ball, but if he decides to hang up the cleats after win No. 246, we’ll surely understand and bid him a fond farewell.

Rizzo was asked about the comments during batting practice Tuesday, and he didn’t hold back on sharing how he felt about the criticism of one of his star players, saying, It’s cowardly, it’s chicken Mark Gastineau Womens Jersey s—, and it’s gutless.

I think it’s just totally unfair on so many levels. First of all, the premise is entirely wrong. Bryce Harper is a winner. He’s been a winner his whole life. He’s been a rookie of the year, five-time All-Star, an MVP, Rizzo said, via The Washington Post. He’s won more games since he’s been called up to the big leagues than any player in the major leagues.

So how is that a loser? This guy has done nothing but been a tremendous advocate for the Washington Nationals between the lines, in the dugout, in the clubhouse and in the community. His charitable endeavors and his philanthropic efforts have been second to none. Two fields in Washington, D.C., with his name on it, for the kids. So he’s as far from a loser as you can possibly get. He’s a champion. He’s a winner. Always has been. Always will be. And these anonymous quotes from these unnamed sources like a National League executive, it’s cowardly, it’s chicken s—, and it’s gutless.