Monthly Archives: September 2014

2014 Bold Predictions – The Results

In what has become a tradition at YCPB, we make bold predictions before the season begins every year – because what’s more unpredictable than a blog called You Can’t Predict Baseball trying to, well, predict baseball? You can find our … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/28/14

Entering the final day of the season, there were still three races with one-game playoff potential. – Unfortunately, none of those scenarios came to pass, as Detroit clinched the AL Central, Pittsburgh lost (clinching the NL Central for St. Louis), … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/27/14

Francisco Liriano scored a run. Nelson Cruz tripled. – It’s actually his second triple of the season. Ramon Santiago hit a walk-off grand slam: Samuel Deduno doubled for his first Major League hit. – It’s the first double for an … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/26/14

The Royals are going to the playoffs! – It’s the first time the Royals have made the playoffs since 1985. – It’s the first time ever that the Royals and Pirates have made the postseason the same year. — Via … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/25/14

Sometimes in baseball, you get a moment right out of a movie, and a list of facts (with the occasional dollop of snark) just won’t do. Here at YCPB, we feel like that happened tonight. Thank you, Derek. The ultimate … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/24/14

Phil Hughes set the all-time K/BB record in a season. The Braves are 4-0 on Wednesday in September. – Apart from that, they have one win this month. (h/t @Sctvman) Jake Arrieta triple. Stephen Drew homered.

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Daily Roundup 09/23/14

Felix Hernandez tonight, against a Blue Jays lineup in which Munenori Kawasaki batted fifth: 4.2 IP, 7 H, 8 ER, 3 BB, 5Ks. – It’s the second time in team history that Mariners’ starter allowed eight earned runs in consecutive … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/22/14

The Mets are currently in second place. Derek Jeter drove in three runs. – The Orioles got one-hit. – The last one-hit shutout by the Yankees at Yankee Stadium was in September 2010. CC Sabathia threw eight scoreless innings, and … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/21/14

Derek Jeter stole third. Nick Punto tripled. Ruben Tejada home run! Delmon Young had an infield hit… – Which he followed with a stolen base. The Athletics won on a walk-off hit. – They won by more than one run, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/20/14

Andrew Cashner triple. – He’s a pitcher. – That’s actually the first pitcher triple of the year. Better late than never, right? Jayson Werth was caught stealing. – That’s the first time all season, in ten attempts. – That might … Continue reading

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