Adley Rutschman is a master of the moment.
He’s done it throughout his career, from the state-record field goal he hit in a high school playoff game in Oregon to the triple he recorded during his major league debut with the Orioles. So it wasn’t a shock to see him round the bases Monday night at T-Mobile Park, raising his hand to the portion of the stands that contained his grandfather, Ad Rutschman, who was watching his grandson play in person as a major leaguer for the first time.
In Adley Rutschman’s first at-bat, his single drove in a runner. In his second, a slider left over the strike zone turned into a towering home run, a welcome to his family during a “homecoming” to Seattle if there ever was one.
“I’m really anxious to see him in person play,” Ad Rutschman…
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