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Daily Roundup, 06/13/11

Lots of off days today. Not the most interesting of days, either. But we are still here! – Zach Duke has as many home runs as Derek Jeter and Jason Bay. — Duke homered off Ricky Nolasco. — By the … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/07/11

Today was not that interesting, sadly. But there was still stuff~ – The Mariners, who were red-hot, have lost the last two games with Pineda and Felix starting. — They lost to the White Sox. – Jorge Posada had his … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/05/11

- Jose Bautista has not hit a home run in a week O_O — Albert Pujols hit another home run today – another walk-off home run, to boot. — on the first day of June, Pujols was hitting .267/.336/.419. He’s … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/03/11

- At one point in the Tigers/White Sox game, the White Sox were winning 1-0 even though they had no hits. — Brent Lillibridge homered. — Okay, maybe that’s not SO surprising this year. So you want something REALLY unpredictable? … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 06/02/11

Abbreviated schedule tonight, but some craziness is still out there. – Aubrey Huff, sitting at a line of .219/.279/.348 with a -1.8 bWAR, the worst in all of baseball, has hit three home runs tonight. — the Giants currently lead … 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, 05/28/11

Sorry for the lateness of late on these roundups, but the Yankees are on the West Coast. Roundups may not come until those games are over. Anyway… – Michael Pineda and Felix Hernandez walked five Yankees on back-to-back nights. — … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/27/11

Sadly, not too much craziness today~ – The Royals and Rangers were tied at 7-7 through 13. — The really crazy thing? All of those runs were scored before the end of the end of the second inning, except for … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/23/11

- Josh Hamilton, Nelson Cruz, and Jim Thome all homered in their first games back from the DL. — Thome homered twice. (Corey Hart, not wanting to be outdone, homered three times tonight, to bring his season total to… three. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/22/11

- With the Mets up 3-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh, starter Mike Pelfrey went back out at a very manageable 91 pitches. Within ten pitches, this is what had happened: Gardner single right through his legs, walk … Continue reading

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