Daily Roundup, 07/03/12

Well, Marlins/Brewers.
- After a six-run sixth, the Brewers jumped out to a 9-2 lead.
– It was 11-5 after seven.
— That’s when the Marlins scored SIX RUNS in the top of the eighth, to tie the game.
—- This included Scott Cousins, hitting .206/.206/.353 with no home runs coming into today, hitting a home run off Francisco Rodriguez.
—– In the top of the tenth, Jose Reyes hit a solo home run – only his third of the year – to put the Marlins ahead.
—— With one on and two out in the bottom of the inning, though, Aramis Ramirez homered to save the Brewers from a very embarrassing loss.
——- It’s the four year anniversary of this game. Apparently July 3 is a bad day to be a Brewers reliever. They didn’t even get an out!!

Chipper Jones went 5-for-5.
- In the sixth inning of CHC/ATL, the Cubs walked six! Even for the Cubs, that’s impressive.

Tim Lincecum: 3.1 IP, 9 H, 8 R/7 ER, 2 BB, 2 K.
- Against the Nationals, who aren’t exactly known for their offensive prowess.
– His ERA’s now over six.

The Pirates are eight games over .500.
- The last time that happened was the last game of the 1992 season, when they were actually 30 over.
– This even after a poor start by AJ Burnett.
— Bizzaro YCPB.

When today started, the Rangers had a run differential that was 58 runs better than the White Sox’s. It is now 22. (h/t @jazayerli)
- This is because the White Sox beat the Rangers 19-2.
– Roy Oswalt: 4.2 IP, 13 H, 11 R/9 ER, 3 HR (!).
— This after giving up nine hits in 6.2 innings and thirteen hits over six innings in his last two starts.

The two homers in Yankees/Rays were Dewayne Wise and Sean Rodriguez.
- The Yankees lost their ninth straight at the Trop.

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  3. BX says:

    Don’t have a twitter, but I have one for you, courtesy of A’s-Red Sox (the last 3 games)

    The A’s swept the Red Sox
    The Red Sox scored five runs over the series; the A’s scored 12.
    Former Red Sox players had 9 of the 12 A’s RBI, including four HRs.

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