Daily Roundup 08/22/14

At one point in the ninth inning, the Astros had sent up six men to the plate before they had a hit.
- They ended up scoring five runs on just three hits.

Felix Hernandez allowed three runs in a game.
- To the Red Sox.
– It’s the first time since May 12 Hernandez has allowed three or more runs in a game.
— Koji Uehara allowed five runs tonight: 2/3 IP 5 H, 5 ER, 1 B, 1 K.
—- Via @gordonedes, in the last four months of 2013, Uehara gave up five earned runs in 52 games/54.2 IP.
—– His five runs tonight came in .2 IP.
—— Via @highheatstats and @bbenezolano, Uehara hadn’t allowed three or more earned runs in nearly four years—-since September of 2010.
——- A big part of the Mariners’ rally off Uehara was a ten-pitch walk… to Endy Chavez.
——– The Red Sox were 44-0, the only team in baseball that didn’t have a loss, when leading after eight.

In the 11th inning, the Braves have one run on 10 hits while the Reds have one run… on one hit.

The Twins scored 20 runs, the first time they’ve done so since 2009.
- As the home team, they were at the plate for eight innings, and didn’t score a run in four of them.
– Andrew Romine pitched for Detroit.

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One Response to Daily Roundup 08/22/14

  1. Blake says:

    -To add on to the Reds and Braves game, they played 12 innings, which isn’t all “YCPB”
    -What is “YCPB” is the fact Braves’ pitcher had a no-hitter after seven and 2/3 inning and the game eventually lead to extra innings.

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