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Daily Roundup, 07/16/11

Edwin Jackson threw a shutout against the Tigers. -He was facing Max Scherzer, who he was traded for. –Jackson’s last complete game was his no-hitter last year against another former team of his. —Only four of the 36 batters he … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/30/11

First, here are some pretty hilariously awesome facts about the Mets’ last couple of games. (They lost today – though it was a Verlander vs. Pelfrey matchup, which, even the way games have been going for them, is hardly unpredictable.) … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/08/11

- h/t Hardball Talk, Every AL game ended with one team or the other scoring five runs. Three of those teams lost scoring five runs. – Paul Konerko also went 5-for-5. – Uh, Yankees/Rangers is your main insanity of the … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/03/11

May be updated with West Coast stuff. – No-hitter! No-hitter! – By Francisco Liriano, who entered tonight with a 9.13 ERA, leading the league in losses, and walking as many as he struck out. — Well, that last bit won’t … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/05/11

- We all know the Twins really struggle in New York, but tonight the Yankees had a 4-0 lead in the eighth inning and the Twins ended up winning. This game made the YCPB crew very, very cranky. – Andruw … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/14/10

Nominations. Go make some. some games are still in progress –Livan Hernandez hit a home run. –Jed Lowrie has two so far tonight. He’s the Red Sox back up shortstop, with now a total of six home runs on the … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/03/10

Some games are still in progress -Luke French took a no-hitter into the seventh. –Yet it was his opponent, Fausto Carmona that pitched a complete game (loss). -Kenshin Kawakami, (yes, a pitcher), who is slugging .167, had a hit. I … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/29/10

–Francisco Cervelli, he of the slugging percentage that’s under .200 since the All Star Break (or was, anyway), went 4-4. —It’s been a weird series for the Yankees; yesterday, with ace CC Sabathia on the mound they won a 12-9 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/07/10 (NL closer edition)

Lots of crazy stuff going on today. It was an especially bad day to be a National League closer. First, the AL: Blue Jays 17, Rays 11. Plenty of gems from this one: -Toronto hit 8 home runs. One from … Continue reading

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