Saturday, October 16 2021

Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.

So many questions about Kevin Kiermaier-Blue Jays card incident

ST. PETERSBURG — Kevin Kiermaier had quite the week. To be fair, the Rays veteran centerfielder brought it on himself with his initial Monday decision — however innocent and uncalculated as he claims — to pick up the Toronto pitching data card that fell out of catcher Alejandro Kirk’s wrist band during a play at the plate and bring it to the Rays dugout. It became kind of a big deal. …

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