Tag Archives: Robinson Cano

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, 05/20/11

- The Red Sox won by ten runs and someone got a save. – Jon Lester gave up 5 ER in 6 IP and got a win. – Tonight was the first one-run game at Yankee Stadium the Mets ever … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/08/11

- h/t Hardball Talk, Every AL game ended with one team or the other scoring five runs. Three of those teams lost scoring five runs. – Paul Konerko also went 5-for-5. – Uh, Yankees/Rangers is your main insanity of the … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/29/11

First things first, we are taking suggestions for NL and AL players of the month. We’ll take suggestions both good (the Indians, Sam Fuld) and bad (Carl Crawford, Adam Dunn). Leave ‘em in the comments. – The Mets were shut … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/27/11

- The Yankees played a game in two hours and eleven minutes. That’s the shortest game in Yankee Stadium III history. – Robinson Cano provided the decisive blow with a three-run home run off Mark Buehrle in the first inning. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/13/11

- for the second day in a row, the Tigers walked off against the Rangers in a tie game, and Neftali Feliz stayed in the bullpen the whole time. – Dave Bush threw three scoreless innings in a spot-start in … 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, 07/22/10

One of these days, I will write a longer post… – Both the Royals and the Yankees had 14 hits tonight. The Royals had 4 runs and the Yankees, 10. – I love Jorge Posada but sometimes I wonder what … Continue reading

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WAR, the ASG, and predictability, Part 1

All-Star voting has been open since, well, January or something like that, and the MLB just released the results so far. Some of the voting is predictably kind of… off. Now, you can debate the ASG and its purpose for … Continue reading

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