The Masters was on television in the clubhouse before batting practice and catcher Miguel Olivo barely glanced at it.
“I played golf one time in Miami, and I hit the ball pretty good,” Olivo said, “but it messed up my baseball swing for a month. That was it for playing golf.”What about watching?
What about watching?
“I watch if Tiger Woods is close,” he said. “But lately it’s been one good hole, a couple bad ones.”
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