Tom Brady Working Out at Gillette Stadium Despite Skipping Patriots OTAs
Despite skipping OTAs thus far, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has reportedly been spotted working out in the team’s practice bubble at Gillette Stadium.
According to Michael Giardi of NBC Sports Boston, Brady has taken part in throwing sessions with wide receiver Julian Edelman, who missed the entire 2017 season due to a torn ACL.
Instead of attending OTAs, Brady has focused on spending more time with his family this offseason, per Boston.com’s Nora Princiotti.
Aaron Woien: The Yankees need to defeat the Cardinals in October for long overdue redemption, after losing in 1964 in gut-wrenching fashion. If only Bobby Richardson had not dropped Phil Linz’s throw, which preceded Ken Boyer’s grand slam homer on a high change-up from Al Downing … after the Yankees had knocked out Ray Sadecki in the first inning, and fell asleep with two-time 20-game loser Roger Craig pitching in relief … if only the Yankees had played mistake-free baseball in the ’64 Series. If only … oh well.
Vac: This is why sports are the best. This happened 54 years ago and Aaron is STILL looking for payback. And I hope he gets it some day.
He celebrated with them. When he got to the end of the line, the 6-foot-8 Judge hopped and reached out his hand. The move was meant to mimic the high-fives he’d give the 5-foot-7 Torreyes, who would typically be held in the air by shortstop Didi Gregorius.
The Yankees demoted Torreyes to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre last week. Torreyes had become a beloved member of the clubhouse and a solid utility player since 2016.
The Yankees took the news of Torreyes’ demotion May 26 rough,manager Aaron Boone said at the time.
Here’s what Boone said about the mood following the Venezuela native’s demotion:
The news, you could feel it in our clubhouse (Friday) night, it was rough, Boone said.