pronunciation | ‘ven-ters
notes | Scots is a language distinct from Scottish English and Scottish Gaelic. Venters as used here has no relation to venter, deriving from ventral, meaning the underside of an animal’s body.

In case you forgot.

Also: “When eating on the road or visiting a landmark – this week’s choice was Seattle’s Space Needle – Venters and Kimbrel can often be found together. And of course when it comes time for them to prepare for their late-inning roles, they can often be found interacting and filling the bullpen with their youthful energy.” - Bowman

This is how I picture them going to the Space Needle together (you’re welcome). 

These [fans] come to these meet and greets and they’re crying hysterically saying, “You saved my life, you helped me so much you don’t even understand.” And I’m like, “I DO understand because you guys do the same fucking thing to me.” I don’t even want to think of where I’d be if I wasn’t doing this. I was in a really, really dark place before this because I didn’t know what I was doing with my life. When I came into this and this became my career and these amazing people allowed me to make art and be supported, they saved my life.”