Tag Archives: Oakland Athletics

“Daily” “Roundup” 3/29/12

And so concludes the inexplicable two-game Japan miniseries: Ichiro did not get a hit, ending his March with four hits. -h/t to MLB.com’s Greg Johns, the record for most hits in March is five, held by Jeff Kent and Toby … Continue reading

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“Daily” “Roundup” 3/28/12

Welcome back, folks! After a long offseason and full slate of Spring games, Opening Day is finally upon us. All the teams are back and ready to go, the rosters are set, and while two teams are opening tonight with … 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, 08/13/11

The Blue Jays dropped eight runs on Jered Weaver. -Including a home run from Mark Teahen, who was slugging under .300 prior to today. –And an Adam Lind grand slam. –Weaver gave up eight runs in the past month. Jorge … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 07/24/11

- THE PIRATES ARE BACK IN FIRST PLACE (tied with the Cardinals and Brewers, but STILL). – This was how they won their game today. — The Reds are sub-.500 and still only three games back. —- How the heck … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/21/11

- Arizona beat the Royals 7-2. I mention this to point out a few things: – Joe Saunders pitched for Arizona – seven innings of two-run ball. — Alex Gordon was a single short of the cycle. —- Wily Mo … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/17/11

- After sweeping the Rangers, the Yankees lost to the Cubs. – Doug Davis: 7.1 IP, 1 R/ER. – Chris Carpenter lost to the Royals. – He’s actually 1-7 with a 4.47 ERA this year. — He lost because of … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/10/11

- The Braves scored as many runs tonight as they did over their past five games combined. – h/t @baseballin140 for pointing this out: last night, Placido Polanco made the error that led to the Cubs’ eventual winning run. Tonight, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/08/11

- Remember when everyone thought Oakland would win the AL West this year? I mean, it’s obviously not too late, but they’ve lost nine in a row. – The first six were to the Yankees and Red Sox. Fine. These … 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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