Daily Roundup, 05/22/13

Justin Verlander gave up five runs in five innings.
- He’s still in line for the win, though the game is currently going on.

Jarrod Saltalamacchia threw out two would-be base-stealers today.
- He was previously one for eighteen on the season in that category.
– David Ortiz stole a base.
— Third base, to boot.

Ryan Howard infield double.
- If you think that sounds weird, well, just check out the video. He got quite the swing on that one.
– This was the last game of a nine-game homestand for the Marlins. They hit one home run.
— It was by Juan Pierre.

Matt Harvey: 6.2 IP, 4 R.
- Zack Cozart went 4-for-4 against him.

Ross Wolf and Neal Cotts combined for seven innings of one-run ball for the Rangers.

Ramiro Pena homer!
- He has as many homers this year, in only 68 PA, as he did over 338 PA prior to this year.

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2 Responses to Daily Roundup, 05/22/13

  1. Christian says:

    More weird things about Verlander’s game:
    1. He hit 100 pitches in 4.1 innings
    2. After 4.1 innings, the game went into a rain delay for an hour
    3. Verlander came back out after the rain delay to finish out the fifth inning and get in line for the win
    4. The game is currently in a second rain delay, so weird baseball will likely happen tonight in Cleveland if the game isn’t called

  2. Clint W says:

    Neal Cotts? He hadn’t played in the majors since 2009!

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