Monthly Archives: September 2010

Daily Roundup 9/29/10

–Ben Francisco hit two home runs today. —His season total is now six. –The Marlins had nine hits…all singles. –The Brewers and Mets combined for 29 hits. —Yovanni Gallardo: 3.1 innings, 10 hits, 7 runs. —Jon Niese: 2.2 innings, 10 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/28/10

- With the Cardinals eliminated from playoff contention (unpredictable in itself), infielder Aaron Miles pitched for them. – The Pirates actually won on the road against said Cardinals. – Jason Marquis of the Nationals, in four starts against Philadelphia this … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/27/10

(Still working on the awards post, I promise!) –At one point, the Yankees struck out six times in a row. —The Jays scored seven runs on the Yankees and not one of them was a Jose Bautista home run. –CJ … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/26/10

Sorry for the very late post. We have no fingernails up in hurrrr after that BOS/NYY game. – So…Yankees/Red Sox. – Daisuke Matsuzaka pitched for the Red Sox. Matsuzaka has a 4.35 BB/9, second in all of baseball to only … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/25/10

Toronto hit four home runs, including a walkoff, and none from Jose Bautista. Jon Lester had a perfect game through four, and a no-hitter through 5.1. It was broken up by Francisco Cervelli. Both Jeremy Bonderman and Carl Pavano gave … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/24/10

- The Yankees hit six home runs… and lost. – It was the first time the Yankees had ever hit six home runs at home and lost, and only the third time in franchise history since 1950. Yeah… it’s been … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup Fall’s Here 9/22/10

Abbreviated schedule; west coast games in progress –The San Francisco Giants had a nine run second inning… —It included two Juan Uribe home runs. —-One of them was a grand slam. –YCPB Poster Boy Jose Bautista hit his fiftieth, 50 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/22/10

- Before this year, in the history of Citizens Bank Park, there had only been five 1-0 games, total. Tonight was the sixth 1-0 game at Citizens Bank Park this year. Since July! – Luke Gregerson of the Padres just … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/21/10

There were two complete game shutouts today, and Roy Halladay wasn’t one of them. Speaking of Halladay, Freddie Freeman, 1-13 with no walks and a single (that’s a .154 OPS) coming into the day, homered off him. -Freeman, who turned … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup 09/20/10 (summer’s almost over ;_;)

(Abbreviated because 1) abbreviated schedule and 2) we’ve been spending all day putting together the massive awards post you all are gonna love) West Coast games still in progress –The Yankees scored eight runs and the middle of the lineup-Teixeira, … Continue reading

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