Daily Roundup 05/22/14

Mets pitcher Jon Niese hit an RBI double.
- This double ended Zack Greinke’s streak of 21 starts without allowing more than two runs.
– Lucas Duda stole a base.

Gerald Laird infield double.

Lonnie Chisenhall hit a pinch-hit home run tonight.
- Via our friends at @espnstatsinfo, he homered for the second straight day (he had no home runs in his first 33 games this season).

Danny Worth, a shortstop, pitched for the Tigers.

The Blue Jays are in first place.

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4 Responses to Daily Roundup 05/22/14

  1. Mike says:

    Danny Worth’s line: 1 IP 1 H 0 R 0 ER 0 BB 2 K. Threw 20 pitches, (12 for strikes), 19 of those were knuckleballs (topped out 72 MPH.) The one fastball he threw (87 MPH) resulted in the leadoff single.

  2. Dan says:

    Miguel Cabrera is .001 away from leading the AL in batting. He was hitting .206 just over a month ago, on April 21.

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