Monthly Archives: June 2010

Daily Roundup: 06/29/10

- The Brewers’ Yovani Gallardo hit his third home run of the season tonight. He’s a pitcher. That’s as many home runs as Joe Mauer has this year so far, too. Mauer currently leads the AL in Home Run Derby … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 6/28/10 (It’s gettin’ hot in here…)

Due to Con Edison’s fudgery,, I’ll try to make this quick as possible. Some games may be still in progress, and there are eight teams off tonight, hence this being kinda short. This compiled with much thanks to contributor JGS … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 6/27/10

- The longest winning streak in the AL East currently belongs to the Baltimore Orioles, at four games. It’s also the Orioles’ first four-game winning streak all year. – The Reds’ Arthur Rhodes hasn’t allowed a run in a month. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 6/26/2010

Unless you’re Ghanaian or Algerian, today kinda sucked, didn’t it? Annnyyywwwaaayy… –Carl Pavano pitched a three hitter and beat Johan Santana. —Since May 30, Johan Santana has been the Mets’ worst starter, and he hasn’t exactly pitched poorly. –The Chicago … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 6/25/10

–Edwin Jackson of the Diamondbacks no-hit the Rays. —-He walked seven. —-The Rays have been no hit three times in the last 365 days (Buerhle, Braden, Jackson). —-He threw 149 pitches. Theoretically, his arm is still attached by various tendons … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 06/24/10

- The Orioles won! It was their 20th win of the season. – The Giants’ Matt Cain gave up 7 runs in 2.2 innings, raising his ERA to an embarrassing… 2.72. Yeah, he’s pretty good. Even more unpredictable? He did … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 6/23/10

You may have heard that crazy stuff happened in sports today. Here’s what happened in baseball. –Dustin Nippert struck out seven hitters in three innings. He also threw 82 pitches and pitched ONLY three innings. –In the first inning of … Continue reading

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103 Wins, and no Playoffs

The following is a guest post by Jordan Smedresman; you may know him better as commenter and contributor JGS. **** The rotation featured a pair of 20-game winners who finished in the top 4 in Cy Young voting. The middle … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 6/22/10

- Three of the Phillies’ Jamie Moyer’s last four starts have been eight innings or more with two or fewer runs given up. The other start? 1 IP, 9 R. – The Phillies scored only two runs again… but won. … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Baseball Games: Part 2, TBR @ FLA, 06/19/10

The Sunshine Series, as they call the interleague matchup between the Rays and Marlins, has… um… a long and storied history. I mean, the first year these two teams existed in 1998, Tampa went 63-99 and Florida, 54-108 (as the … Continue reading

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