Former MLB Pitcher Scott Garrelts Breaks Down World Series
With the World Series raging between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Houston Astros, who better to break down the game than a former major league pitcher? Scott Garrelts joined us to talk about pitching, the game within the game and talks about who he thinks will win it all.
Garrelts also talked about the things that make Clayton Kershaw and Justin Verlander so much better than everyone else on the mound.
And just so you know, Scottie G knows what he's talking about. Garrelts played for the San Francisco Giants from 1982 to 1991. He's was a MLB All-Star in 1985 and was the NL ERA leader in 1989. He was also one out a way from a no-hitter in 1990 (Paul O'Neil knocked a lazy liner over the shortstop's head to break it up).