Kent Emanuel Offers Heartfelt Goodbye to Houston on Twitter

No Major League Baseball pitcher might have a debut and story like with the Houston Astros. The rookie left-hander made his debut in April this season at 28-years-old, pitching 8.2 innings in relief to seal a victory. Emanuel was suspended during the 2020 season after testing positive for a banned substance. This didn’t stop Emanuel, though. (Climbing Tal's Hill)

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Kent Emanuel Offers Heartfelt Goodbye to Houston on Twitter

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