Daily Roundup 10/07/13

Jose Lobaton hit a home run.
- The home run was a walk-off hit.
– The pitcher that surrendered it? Koji Uehara.
— Uehara had given up just one earned run since the start of July.
—- The Rays have now won four elimination games in a span of nine days (Toronto, Texas, Cleveland, Boston).
—– The first three of those games were all played on the road.

Anibal Sanchez allowed 4 homers in Detroit all year.
- He has allowed 3 today.

Via @chadmoriyama, Carl Crawford had just one home run since May 7th.
- He’s hit three in the NLDS…so far.
– Two of them came tonight.
— Via @espnstatsinfo, Crawford is the first Dodger to hit two home runs in a postseason game since Shawn Green in the 2004 NLDS.

Michael Wacha, who had just nine starts this season, took a no-hitter into the eighth against the Pirates.
- Also from our friends at ESPN Stats and Info, The one hit allowed by the Cardinals was the fewest they’ve ever allowed in a postseason game.

Freddy Garcia: 6.0 IP 8 H 2 R 2 ER 2 BB 6 K 2 HR.

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3 Responses to Daily Roundup 10/07/13

  1. Christian says:

    Jose Lobaton was only in the game so the pitcher did not have to come up to bat.
    - The pitcher was only up to bat (in the four hole) because Maddon forfeited the DH.
    – Maddon forfeited the DH after Wil Myers left with an injury and moved Matt Joyce (the DH) to the outfield. He chose that despite having Delmon Young on the bench.

  2. Delzethin says:

    Michael Wacha fell one out short of a no-no in his final start of the regular season. So he’s allowed two hits in his last 16 innings pitched.
    -This guy’s a freaking rookie.

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