Monthly Archives: April 2013

Daily Roundup, 04/20/13

The Braves have a losing streak. – Both the Braves and Rockies have the same 13-4 record. – Paul Malholm gave up runs. — Russell Martin played third base. Cliff Lee walked someone for the first time since Opening Day. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/19/13

The Braves lost. – They were shut out. – This was actually their third shut out. — They only have three losses. Vernon Wells and Lyle Overbay both homered. – They were both returning to Toronto, too. The Marlins won! … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/18/13

Matt Cain gave up three home runs. – This is the day after Clayton Kershaw gave up three home runs. – The Giants are 0-4 when Cain starts. — One of the homers Cain gave up was to Yovani Gallardo. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 04/17/13

The Yankees played a game in 2:28. The Braves lost, ending their 10 game winning streak. – They lost 1-0. – To the Royals. — The winning pitcher was Wade Davis. Mike Leake tripled. – It’s the first triple for … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/16/13

Chris Getz hit a homer. – This was actually his first since 2009. – The guy’s career slugging is .320! — This was against the Braves, too. —- The Braves still won – in part because they hit three home … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 04/15/13

Our thoughts, prayers, and well wishes are with the city of Boston tonight. We hope you, your family, and your friends are safe and unharmed. If you’d like to help, consider contacting your local Red Cross to donate, give blood, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/14/13

Paul Maholm hasn’t allowed a run in 20.1 innings. – He has also struck out 20. His career K/9 is 5.7, lower than (among others) Derek Lowe and Bronson Arroyo. – BJ Upton had three hits. Clay Buchholz has allowed … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/13/13

Going into today, the Marlins had the fewest runs scored in baseball. That is not surprising. – What is unpredictable is that the team tied for second (with the Pirates) is… the Dodgers. Robinson Cano played shortstop for an inning … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/12/13

Vance Worley gave up nine runs, seven earned, in just one inning of work tonight. – Against the Mets – At massive Target Field. — John Buck has homered in four games in a row. —- He now has more … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 04/11/13

Heading into today’s games, the Braves’ pitching staff had allowed just 18 runs while the Mariners’ staff had allowed 19 home runs (via @junkstats). – Also heading into today’s games, the Astros were a half game up on the Angels. … Continue reading

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