Daily Roundup: 6/16/10

Some games are still in progress

–The Yankees lost to Jaime Moyer. They didn’t just lose, either–Moyer held them to two hits over eight innings. Given Moyer’s age and 82 MPH fastball, this is itself a prime example of YCPB, but what makes it extra special is that the Yankees last night dominated Roy Halladay, who had previously owned the Yankees.

–Also in that game, Boone Logan + and Chad Gaudin pitched 5.2 perfect innings of relief, and the one walk was intentional.

–Mike Leake, who has pitched all season for Cincinnati without having spent any time, at all in the minor leagues, (finally) lost his first game tonight. He still has a 3.02 ERA.

–Seven Baltimore Orioles hitters saw at least 20 pitches. They managed eight hits and four walks off of Tim Lincecum…and they still lost, 6-3. (3-14 RISP)

–Fred Lewis was a home run short of the cycle. This is normally fairly unremarkable except for the fact that Lewis plays for the…wait for it…Toronto Blue Jays.

–The Pittsburgh Pirates had six errors tonight. I know they’re not good and all, but still…

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