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Daily Roundup, 09/05/10

- The Mets scored 18 runs. – The last time the Mets scored double-digit runs, it was June 22, where they scored 14 against the Tigers. Since that game, they’ve been averaging just 3.3 runs per game. — They didn’t … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/19/10 –Still sipping something in the water

–For the first time in history (okay, the first time in seven tries), the Padres swept a series at Wrigley. —-They were helped in their efforts by this play in which Will Venable took home on “defensive indifference”. ——Yes, you … Continue reading

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Spot the YCPB Oddity

From August 2007, an AAA game in Syracuse, NY. Spot the “you can’t predict baseball oddity” that made this one of the more, erm, interesting games I’ve been to…and it’s not that Ottawa had a batter named Gookie Dawkins.

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