This is how Giannis is spending his offseason. On Santorini.
Phil Kessel (↑ UP)
The Stanley Cup may be coming back to Kessel's home state after the Madison native captured his second straight title earlier this week. Every player gets their day with Lord Stanley's prized punch bowl, and Kessel earned his after chipping in eight goals and 15 assists during the Penguins' title run. Kessel's grandma joined in the celebration last year, and was spotting chugging champagne out of the cup. Fingers crossed.
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Brandon Woodruff (↓ DOWN)
The Brewers' No. 8 ranked prospect was scheduled to make his first major-league start Tuesday after being called up from Triple-A. That didn't happen. Woodruff suffered a hamstring injury while warming up. Brent Suter started in his place and allowed three runs on five hits over 4 2/3 innings.
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Lewis Brinson (↑ UP)
Brinson connected for his first major-league hit in his third game since being called up. It wasn't exactly the sort of play a younger Lewis Brinson probably dreamed about, but his chopper up the third-base line was definitely a hit, despite St. Louis Cardinals third baseman Greg Garcia's flubbed attempt to barehand the ball to first.
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Kevin King (↑ UP)
After sitting out offseason workouts due to an odd NFL rule that restricting rookies from participating while their former school still has classes in session, King is finally practicing with the Packers. Cornerbacks coach Joe Whitt worked with King via FaceTime during his absence, which is either a commentary on the absurdity of the rule or the lengths to which NFL coaches will go for an edge at this point, depending on your perspective.
Paolo Espino (↓ DOWN)
Espino made his second career start last Thursday. It was nearly identical to his highly-publicized first start. Espino allowed three earned runs on five hits through four innings of work and is likely headed back to Triple-A to make room for Matt Garza.