Daily Roundup, 10/02/10 (In which we pray for the Massive Tie Scenario)

The Yankees-Red Sox doubleheader is STILL being played

–In game one of their double header, the Yankees combined to strike out 18 Red Sox. It tied a franchise record that’s only been done one other time in Yankees’ history (Ron Guidry).
–Via @benshpigel: Austin Kearns now has more strikeouts (38) in 101 ABs as a Yankee than Jeff Keppinger (36) has in 509 ABs with Houston.
—In the second game, Bill Hall entered as a pinch runner. Yes, a pinch runner.
—-The Yankees had three errors in one inning.

–Ubaldo Jimenez: eight innings, three hit shut-out baseball with ten strikeouts and two walks…and gets a no decision.
—-Fifteen wins in the first half, he ends the season with nineteen wins, total.

–Both Chris Carters homered.
—Combined, they have seven.

–Rod Barajas stand up triple.

–Charlie Morton went 6 innings, 2 runs, 9 Ks
—He dropped his ERA all the way to….7.27

–Neftali Feliz has forty saves. He’s a rookie.

–The Massive Tie Scenario where the Padres, Giants and Braves end the season with the same record is still alive and well.

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One Response to Daily Roundup, 10/02/10 (In which we pray for the Massive Tie Scenario)

  1. Chad says:

    Wow, yeah. I forgot how many wins Ubaldo had in the first half. Yeah, that’s crazy…oh, and the Massive Tie Scenario is still alive with the completion of the Braves game. The Padres are losing though.

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