Getty Images / Inset: St. Paul Pioneer Press Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Pat Mahomes the Minnesota Twins pitcher didn’t have an Andy Reid in his life when he made the Twins rotation in 1992. That April was great. Mahomes, in his third start, struck out Rickey Henderson and Jose Canseco twice each, and he beat Oakland 8-4. But then, in May, he got knocked around at Fenway Park, walked six against Cleveland, and got lit up by the Yankees. “I learned the hard way,” Pat Mahomes recalled Saturday. “I was this hotshot prospect who started strong and then got hit around, and I’d linger on those bad games. I’d take the bad game into my next start. I found out that’s never good.” His son Patrick was born in 1995, and started going to the ballpark when his dad was a key guy in the Mets bullpen in 1999. Take-your-son-to-work days lasted for 10 years, and they weren’t all glory days, like Alex Rodriguez giving 6-year-old Patrick batting tips in… Read full this story
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