Tag Archives: Tim Lincecum

Daily Roundup, 06/11/11

- I just turned on Royals/Angels to see a great PA, and a walk, by… Alcides Escobar. – Mike McCoy – as in the utility infielder on the Blue Jays – pitched a scoreless inning today. – He had three … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 05/16/11

- Uh, your line/game of the night. So Kyle Davies started the game for the Royals against the Indians, but got hurt. Vin Mazzaro came in. – His first inning went: flyout, strikeout, groundout. No big deal. — Second inning: … 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, 04/29/11

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, 04/23/11

- Astros/Brewers… – This play. Herp a derp. Da derp derp. — Brandon Lyon blew the save for the Astros and then was forced to bat in the top of the tenth. —- He doubled in a run. – Dice-K … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 04/18/11

Sadly, today was not the most interesting of days… – This season, the Cubs have been 1-1, 2-2, 3-3, 4-4, 5-5, 6-6, 7-7, and after tonight’s game, 8-8. – They played a 10-inning game in two and a half hours … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 3/31/11—Welcome Back, Baseball. We’ve Missed You

Happy Opening Day!! Our long national wintry nightmare is finally over as the 2011 season kicked off today with an abbreviated schedule, but there was plenty of wackiness to go around. Rickie Weeks and Carlos Gomez led off the season … 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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It’s a YCPB World (Series) After All

WE LIVE. Winning World Series games is hard. Winning World Series games when you’re facing Cliff Lee in AT&T Park, a pitcher’s park, is supposed to be downright impossible. You’re not supposed to get eleven hits in a Lee-started game, … Continue reading

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The playoffs, Day 2.

Please vote. :) – Tim Lincecum proved once again that playoff experience is totally super important by putting up this line tonight: 9 IP, 0 R/ER, 2 H, 1 BB, 14 K. It’s almost like being really good at baseball … Continue reading

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