Tag Archives: Adam Dunn

Daily Roundup, 04/11/12

The Tigers first loss of the season turned out to be the first time a Detroit starter was credited with a decision. -Naturally, that loss went to Justin Verlander. The Twins won a game. -In which their starter gave up … Continue reading

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Six More Trips

Here at YCPB, we are still stunned over just how bad Adam Dunn was in 2011. Last winter, Dunn signed a 4-year, $56 million contract to DH for the White Sox, and things looked good initially when he homered in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/10/11–Jorge Posada Caught. And Threw Someone Out.

The Astros won. -All nine starters had a hit, Wandy Rodriguez included. Baltimore starter Rick Vanden Hurk only recorded seven outs, and the Orioles needed six pitchers to get through the first 8.1 innings. -Despite that, they actually led 4-3 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/06/11

Adam Dunn went 0-4 with three strikeouts. He is now batting .163 on the season. The only players who have ever batted within 15 points of that in a qualified season are deadball era catchers, and even they only managed … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/06/11

- Justin Masterson, righty-killer (righties are hitting .189/.286/.233 off him this year), threw eight innings of shutout ball against the Yankee lineup. – He gave up three hits, to: Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, and Russell Martin. — You guessed it: … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/05/11

- Jason Bay hit two home runs tonight. – He actually has three multi-homer games with the Mets. — And now he has more homers with the Mets than Tom Seaver did. – Andres Torres worked a 16-pitch walk! – … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/04/11

- Adam Dunn got a hit off a lefty!! – AND he had a big late home run. — Still, it took a walk-off balk for the White Sox to win. —- from Aaron Crow. Who’s an All-Star. And actually … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/01/11

Holy July, where did you come from? Anyway. Joe Posnanski writing is good, wacky baseball things are good, and Joe Posnanski writing about wacky baseball things is good to the quadrillionth power. – Tigers/Giants. This one was… well. It’s your … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/03/11

- At one point in the Tigers/White Sox game, the White Sox were winning 1-0 even though they had no hits. – Brent Lillibridge homered. — Okay, maybe that’s not SO surprising this year. So you want something REALLY unpredictable? … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/27/11

Sadly, not too much craziness today~ – The Royals and Rangers were tied at 7-7 through 13. – The really crazy thing? All of those runs were scored before the end of the end of the second inning, except for … Continue reading

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