Monthly Archives: August 2010

Daily Roundup–08/30/10

–JA Happ pitched a two hit shutout in which the hits were given up to Randy Winn and Yadier Molina. –The White Sox played 10 one run games in August. They’ve lost nine of them; the tenth is currently in … 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, 08/28/10

Washington beat St. Louis 14-5. -St. Louis led 3-0 at one point. –The game took 2:47 despite 19 runs scoring. Joe West would be proud. —Livan Hernandez still has an ERA below 3.50, despite giving up 5 runs in 6.1 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/27/10

Moderately less totally crazy ;_; – This is why I always try to save these roundups for after the West Coast games, even if they go out super late: Brad Lidge just balked in the tying run in San Diego. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/26/10–Keeping the Crazy Going

With only nine games being played and having so much craziness happening yesterday, you might think tonight would be a relatively boring night around the league. Well, you would be wrong. Carlos Monasterios was pitching a pretty effective, if inefficient … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/25/10–Do Not Meddle in the Affairs of Baseball Gods for they are subtle and quick to anger

Um. Yeah. Dude. I don’t even know where to start. (thanks to our friends at ESPN Stats and Info for much of this…) –WIlie Bloomquist batted third for the Royals this afternoon. —”Bloomquist is a career .255 hitter with a … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/24/10 AKA It’s Always Insane in Philadelphia

- The Astros/Phillies game was the type of game that reminds you why we came up with this site. – It went 16 innings. — Roy Oswalt had to play LF at one point in extra innings… and he made … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/23/10

(some West Coast games are still going on) Shortened schedule for MLB tonight, but plenty of weird things going on. Just 8 days after Minnesota’s Kevin Slowey was lifted after recording 21 outs of a no-hitter, Texas’ Rich Harden was … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 08/22/10 (don’t IBB Teixeira!)

–The Mets had a chance to sweep the Pirates. They didn’t. —-They lost the game with Johan Santana on the mound. —–Santana took a no-no into the fifth. ——-They lost 2-1. ———Via @lenno212: Santana became first Mets pitcher to pitch … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/21/10

It’s been a good few days for the crazy. We appreciate it here at YCPB. – The Mets finally won a road series against an NL team. – AND their first back-to-back road games against an NL team, too. — … Continue reading

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