Now Playing: Stretching Out with Chris Pratt

Few people had a better summer than Chris Pratt, who is currently preparing to host Saturday Night Live‘s season premiere tomorrow night. The affable actor seamlessly made the transition from television star on Parks and Recreation to silver screen action hero with the release of Guardians of the Galaxy. He also has a history with baseball (well, baseball acting), having played former Athletics infielder Scott Hatteberg in the movie Moneyball. We caught up with the 35-year-old at Wrigley Field in early September when he was in town shooting an episode of his sitcom.

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I’been through 68 next years. The 69th is the most promising yet.
This rotation might be good enough without a TOR RHer.
Arrietta, Wood , Wada and Hendricks look pretty solid. The pen is always a rat hole. Castro and Rizzo have bounced back. Soler looks like a super star to me. Baez needs at least another year at AAA to learn to make contact, or a trip to the Rangers. I hate these undisciplined kids and the coaches who are terrified to rein in their aggression. Third base is unsettled, as is the two hole. Olt stinks so a FA might be the answer there. Valbuena is just okay. I think the FO likes his attitude. There are still a pile of prospects to deal to fill holes. I’m not convinced that Coughlan can hold up as an everyday player. Alcantara at the top will work. The rest is filling the bench. Baker, Sweeeny, and the like are just pieces.

Looking forward to opening day!!!!!☺

Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2014 14:11:07 +0000
To: mark.kasper@hotmail.com

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