OAKLAND — For the past few years, Tyler Skaggs has been the subject of, at best, skepticism, and, at worst, downright anger.
He’s well aware. He read the articles from critical baseball writers and the Tweets from disgruntled fans.
In fact, he kept them.
“I have a lot of saved Tweets in my phone that I look at to fire myself up,” the Angels left-hander said.
These days, Skaggs’ numbers have caught up to his potential, finally, which means that years worth of negative feedback from fans and the media provide him a little extra satisfaction.
“Twitter is a fickle place,” Skaggs said. “I’ve seen [READ MORE HERE]
Source: OC Register