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.
—- This led to Jim Thome’s walk-off home run. He’s now the all-time leader in walkoff homers.

The Cardinals have the best run differential in the NL.
- They are behind the Pirates in the standings.

The Rockies beat the Rangers.
- This when Texas scored six runs in an inning, too. (Oh, Rockies.)
– WIL NIEVES HOMER.
— Hamilton struck out four times today.

Paul Maholm homer!
- He’s also walked the opposing pitcher twice.

Felix Hernandez two-run double!
- On the anniversary of his grand slam off Johan Santana.
– Over the past two Mariners/Padres games, Clayton Richard and Felix have five RBIs.

The final score of Blue Jays/Marlins was 7-1…
- and 1-1 going into the ninth.

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4 Responses to Daily Roundup, 06/23/12

  1. Dee says:

    Juan Pierre has more home runs than Cliff Lee has wins.

  2. Taylor says:

    After blowing the save Papelbon walked into the dugout and told the Phillies he would give$5000 to whoever walked them off. Thome left the clubhouse with a check.

  3. Chad says:

    This was Papelbon’s first appearance since getting the win for coming into a tie game and allowing the go-ahead run, too, making him 2-0 with a 13.50 ERA over his last two appearances.

  4. Chad says:

    Adrian Cardenas finally got a hit that wasn’t a double. Two of them, actually.

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