Tag Archives: Roy Halladay

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, 05/30/11

- Bartolo Colon complete game shutout! — He was backed up by his offense. Both Brett Gardner and Francisco Cervelli stole two bases. Brett Gardner is known for his speed, but Cervelli is a backup catcher who had one career … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/10/11

- Red Sox/Blue Jays. — The Blue Jays led this one 3-0 early because Lester gave up three runs in the first inning, including a bases-loaded walk. He walked three in that inning after walking no more than three in … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/30/11

- Detroit struck out 17 Indians over 13 innings, and still lost. — The Indians have had their best April. Ever. They’ve been around for 110 years. — h/t @ABJCavsInsider, the Indians won 18 games in April. The Cavs won … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/24/11

- Yankees/Orioles. — Freddy Garcia threw six innings of shutout baseball with only four baserunners and seven strikeouts. — Mariano Rivera blew his second save in a row, the first time he’s blown back-to-back saves since 2007. Joba Chamberlain and … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/19/11

- The Brewers/Phillies game featured Roy Halladay and a two-hitter. Roy Halladay didn’t throw that two-hitter. — The Phillies lost, 9-0. — They had no hits after one out in the third inning, and one of their hits was a … 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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YCPB Awards–Not Quite the Year of the Pitcher

In 1968, twenty pitchers pitched at least 175 innings with ERAs under 2.50. Seven of those twenty had ERAs under 2.00, led by Bob Gibson’s miniscule 1.12 (in 304.2 innings). Detroit’s Denny McLain went 31-6, becoming just the third 30-game … Continue reading

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So did something happen today?

First things first: Don’t forget to vote!! Vote vote vote vote vote!!!!! Anyway, the playoffs started. Roy Halladay had to go and make the rest of the playoffs anti-climactic by throwing a freaking no-hitter, only the second in postseason history. … 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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