Monthly Archives: August 2013

Daily Roundup, 08/20/13

Chris Stewart homered. – Jayson Nix also homered. – Before today, Nix’s last three home runs were off Lester, Verlander, and Darvish. — The Yankees won a Phil Hughes start at home. —- Hughes had lost eight straight home decisions … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/19/2013

The Dodgers lost. – It’s the first time they’ve lost back-to-back games since June 21st. – They lost the first game to the Phillies; they lost tonight to the Marlins. The Rangers had an 11-run third inning. – Every player … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/18/13

The Dodgers lost. – To the Phillies. – On a walk-off error. — This was the Dodgers’ fourth loss since the All-Star Break. Raul Ibanez was a defensive replacement for the Mariners today. – Who won a series against Texas, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/17/13

Chris Stewart hit a double! Via @cornfedfriar, Will Venable has a 14-game hitting streak. From our friends at @espnstatsinfo, Pirates’ starter Jeff Locke allowed six runs in the third inning today. – Locke had never allowed more than five runs … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/16/13

Alfonso Soriano hit his eighth home run as a Yankee tonight, which gives him nine home runs total since the All-Star Break. – This is notable because the rest of the Yankees, as a team, have hit just 11 in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/15/13

Anibal Sanchez threw thirty pitches in the first inning of the Royals/Tigers game. – He finished seven innings. – Andy Dirks batted leadoff for Detroit in this one. — And went 4-for-4. —- That was how many hits he had … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/14/13

It didn’t count as a home run, inside the park or not, but Rajai Davis did make his way around the bases on a single hit. – That needs to be seen to be believed. Last night, Alfonso Soriano set … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/13/13

The Yankees scored 14 runs. – Vernon Wells hit a home run! – CC Sabathia covered first on a putout, which he hasn’t done in two years. Seriously. In Mariners/Rays, both leadoff hitters hit two home runs. – The Mariners’ … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/12/13

Cole Hamels tripled. – It’s his second career triple. The last Phillies pitcher with two triples? Greg Harris in 1988-89. Before that you have to go back to Steve Carlton. The Minnesota Twins have scored their last 22 runs on … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/11/13

Mariano Rivera blew a save. – This was his third blown save in a row – the first time in his career he’s done that. – Miguel Cabrera homered off him, after homering off him on Friday. Cabrera is the … Continue reading

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