Monthly Archives: June 2014

Daily Roundup, 06/30/14.

Jake Arrieta took a no-hitter through 7.2 innings in Fenway Park. – The no-hit bid was broken up by Stephen Drew. – Drew had been hitting .129 prior to that (h/t @rrrjerdy. Kevin Kiermaier homered in his third straight game. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/29/14

The Giants were swept… – in four games… – at AT&T Park. — Yes, that’s the first time ever that the Giants have been swept in a four-gamer at AT&T. Brayan Pena tripled. The Braves also swept four in Philly, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/28/14

Jeff Francis, who had 1264.2 innings pitched prior to today’s game, earned his first career save. (h/t @athletics. – Jim Johnson, a relief pitcher, got to bat. David Ross homered off of Masahiro Tanaka. – Ross’s two homers off of … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/27/14

Jason Vargas allowed six runs in four innings, including a Mike Trout home run into Bo Jackson Territory on the second batter of the game. – Vargas was the better starter in this game. – Omar Infante grand slam, the … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/26/14

Albert Pujols stole a base. Billy Hamilton has 10 infield hits; Ryan Howard has seven (via @ut26. – Howard had two tonight. Daisuke Matsuzaka has a 3.23 ERA. – He has that ERA after allowing five runs, five hits, and … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 06/25/14

Tim Lincecum no-hit the Padres. – In fact, he reached base as a hitter more times (3) than the entire Padres lineup (1, a walk). – It’s Lincecum’s second no-hitter of the Padres in two years; one year if you … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/24/14

The Mets beat the Athletics 10-1. – The A’s run differential, even after this beatdown, is +126. The next-highest run differential in all of baseball is +46 (and it belongs to the Mariners). – NYM dropped seven runs on AL … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/24/14

Endy Chavez hit a bases-clearing triple. – Against John Lackey, who’s been very good this year. – Felix Hernandez gave up a home run. — He hadn’t given up one since April 21. Lance Lynn, eight shutout innings. – At … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/22/14

Phil Hughes finally walked someone. – It was Tyler Flowers. – Flowers has a career OBP of .287. The first player to homer off Masahiro Tanaka twice is… Jonathan Schoop. Meanwhile, Koji Uehara gave up two solo home runs today, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/21/14

The Brewers scored three runs on a wild pitch, due to a play that needs to be seen to be believed. JJ Hardy finally homered. – He had been one of just two qualified AL hitters without one. – Hardy … Continue reading

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