Monthly Archives: June 2012

Daily Roundup, 06/30/12

We didn’t get it into last night’s roundup, but: Aaron Cook CGSHO in just 81 pitches. – Yes, it was against the Mariners. But Cook also has two other complete games in his career with fewer pitches than that, even! … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/29/12

Cliff Lee, who pitched tonight, is still winless. – He’s legitimately been bad for a little while; in his last four starts, his ERA is over seven. – Tonight, he gave up six runs and ten hits over just 4.2 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/28/12

A-Rod has three doubles in the past two days. He had six doubles before yesterday. – He had two doubles tonight. – Six doubles is fewer than Dee Gordon or Casey Kotchman have. — Something I noticed while writing this … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/27/12

Seven teams scored in double digits today. – These included the Nationals, Angels, White Sox, and PIRATES. – The Angels were facing Orioles pitching. Which is like eight levels of YCPBCeption that we’re posting that. — The Pirates got homers … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/26/12

Bronson Arroyo had a no-hitter through seven innings! – against the Brewers. – he also didn’t have a walk given up, actually – and he’d only hit Braun. — He had a hit himself, too. —- Of course, once he … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/25/12

The Pirates had four errors by the fifth inning. – Joe Blanton struck out eight. – He’s got seven wins. — Cliff Lee still has none. —- The Phillies beat the Pirates, which is delicious reverse YCPB. The Mets-Cubs game … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/24/12

Ernesto Frieri allowed a hit. -That’s just the fourth hit he’s allowed in 22 innings since joining the Angels. Hector Noesi was 2-2. -And Seattle only managed five hits total. Jeremy Guthrie has now thrown 6.1 scoreless innings since losing … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/23/12

JUAN PIERRE HOME RUN. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. REPEAT, THIS IS NOT A DRILL. – Off James Shields, too. – Still, Papelbon blew the save, his first blown save as a Phillie – — because of Brooks Conrad. —- … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/22/12

Rod Barajas scored from first on (some hijinx involving) a sacrifice bunt. – A.J. Burnett at home this season is 5-0 with a 1.11 ERA. Tim Lincecum gave up three runs in the first inning. – This year, maybe that’s … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/21/12

Hey, the Rockies won. – And only allowed one run. The As swept the Dodgers. – The Dodgers got shut down by someone named Travis Blackley. – The As have allowed only 22 hits over their last six games, and … Continue reading

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