These MLB Bros Were Locked In Beast Mode

These MLB Bros Were Locked In Beast Mode

MLB Bros were lighting it up on offense and on the mound on Thursday. Taylor Hearn, one of a few Black relievers in the sport, got his first career win for Texas. Melanated Mound Mauraders, T-Eazy and Taijuan Walker, had shut em’ down performances and Marcus Semien made his old team pay dearly.

Taylor Hearn

The 26-year-old has been up and down this season, but on Thursday he earned a career milestone.


After lasting just two innings and surrendering five runs to the Chicago White Sox on May 1, Triston McKenzie rebounded on Thursday with an outing fit-for-framing. The young Black Knight handcuffed Kansas City by tossing five shutout innings with five K’s and just two hits surrendered. He had everything in the tank cooking today and seems to be putting it all together with each start.



Taijuan “Sky” Walker

Not to be outdone by the dominance of Jacob deGrom and the charismatic performances of Marcus Stroman, Mets starter Taijuan Walker was lit city USA on Thursday.

The third starter in the Mets rotation threw seven innings of one-hit, one-run ball against a formidable St Louis Cardinals squad that currently leads the NL Central.



Walker came into KC like Bumpy Johnson taking over Harlem and laid the Cardinals down on some NLE Choppa-type of electricity. Walker hasn’t given up more than 4 runs in a start this season.

The Mets pitching staff will keep them in the NL East race all season.

Marcus “Don’t Sleep” Semien

Marcus Semien has been steady all season for the Toronto BlueJays, but on Thursday he had his best offensive explosion of 2021 against his former Oakland A’s squad. The free agent infielder gave Blue Jays fans a sample of the damage he can cause when he’s hot with the wood.