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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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Daily Roundup, 05/10/11

- Red Sox/Blue Jays. – The Blue Jays led this one 3-0 early because Lester gave up three runs in the first inning, including a bases-loaded walk. He walked three in that inning after walking no more than three in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/05/11

Not the most interesting of days. – The Yankees lost three of four in their series with the Tigers. They won the game Verlander started. – Today, Eric Chavez tripled for the first time since 2007, then promptly got hurt. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/30/11

- Detroit struck out 17 Indians over 13 innings, and still lost. – The Indians have had their best April. Ever. They’ve been around for 110 years. — h/t @ABJCavsInsider, the Indians won 18 games in April. The Cavs won … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/24/11

- Yankees/Orioles. – Freddy Garcia threw six innings of shutout baseball with only four baserunners and seven strikeouts. — Mariano Rivera blew his second save in a row, the first time he’s blown back-to-back saves since 2007. Joba Chamberlain and … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/19/11

- The Brewers/Phillies game featured Roy Halladay and a two-hitter. Roy Halladay didn’t throw that two-hitter. – The Phillies lost, 9-0. — They had no hits after one out in the third inning, and one of their hits was a … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/04/10

Travis Wood–Cincinnati’s pitcher–homered. -Off Adam Wainwright. –He was a career .111/.111/.185 hitter coming into the day. Speaking of Wainwright, he gave up five runs (though only two were earned) and only went five innings. -It was his first non-quality start … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/27/10

- The Marlins’ Chris Coghlan injured himself pie-ing a teammate after a walk-off win. Watch out, AJ Burnett… – The Mets have scored 26 runs in their last 13 games. Tonight, they were facing Adam Wainwright, who has given up … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 7/17/10

Rebecca’s gonna be away for a bit. I’ll try and hold up the fort all by my lonesome. – You know who the only pitcher in the majors to go 6+ innings in all of his starts, minimum 15 starts, … Continue reading

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Gettin’ Joshed

The following is a guest post by our very own Jordan S, whom you all know as JGS: Ubaldo Jimenez’s great start has gotten a lot of attention this year, and deservedly so. He threw a no-hitter in his third … Continue reading

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