Monthly Archives: April 2012

Daily Roundup, 04/30/12

The Yankees played a game in under two and a half hours. – They scored only two runs – and won – with the pitching they’ve been having lately, that’s pretty unpredictable. Tonight, the starting lineup for the Pirates had … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/29/12

CC Sabathia walked two Tigers in 8 innings. -They were Gerald Laird (on four pitches!) and Danny Worth. The Dodgers managed just three hits. -None were by Matt Kemp. –They won anyway. According to Fangraphs, Henderson Alvarez has the 9th … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/28/12

Happy Harpermas! Joe Blanton walked on four pitches today. And Erik Bedard walked Livan Hernandez. – They both appeared in the same game, which is kind of remarkable in itself in 2012. The Marlins – whose offense was supposed to … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 04/27/12

Paul Maholm out-dueled Roy Halladay. –Halladay is now 1-5 lifetime against the…Cubs. —-Halladay even walked Maholm. The Pirates allowed more than five runs tonight, the first time all season. –Alas, they have not scored more than five as of this … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/26/12

The Royals have won back-to-back games. A streak! The Mariners swept the Tigers. – Who, let us remind you, swept the Red Sox. – By the totally legit! Transitive Theory of Sweeps the Red Sox are worse than the Mariners. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 04/25/12

The Chicago Cubs, as a team, have hit just seven home runs. –Bryan LaHair has four of them. Pedro Alvarez has six hits on the season. –Four are home runs. —-Speaking of Pirates, in the second game of the Pirates/Rockes … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/24/12

Johan Santana has made four starts, and most of them have been very good. – The Mets have not scored a single run for him while he’s been in the game. Prince Fielder and Miguel Olivo had infield hits in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/23/12

h/t @jaysonst, Seattle hasn’t scored fourteen runs in any of their last 299 games. The Yankees scored fourteen runs within eighteen batters on Saturday. Before tonight’s games, the OBP of the Padres as a team (.306) was higher than Albert … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/22/12

Josh Hamilton stole a base. -And Ramon Santiago tripled. –In a game featuring two of the best offenses in baseball, the winning run came on a suicide squeeze with the bases loaded. Of course, it really should have been called … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/21/12

Congratulations to Philip Humber of the White Sox, who threw a perfect game today. – The last out was on a 3-2 check swing that the hitter might not have actually swing at. –(Update): Actually, there is a side view … Continue reading

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