Tag Archives: Tim Lincecum

Daily Roundup, 09/12/10

Jason Vargas went 7 innings and gave up one run but took a loss. He is now 9-10 with a 3.62 ERA. -It was the 13th time this season Seattle was shut out. –That’s a little misleading. They have been … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 09/07/10

Congratulations to Trevor Hoffman, who converted his 600th save tonight. -That’s not unpredictable at all–heck, he started the season with 591 saves. What is unpredictable is that he pitched a scoreless ninth. –That lowered his ERA on the year to … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/27/10

Moderately less totally crazy ;_; – This is why I always try to save these roundups for after the West Coast games, even if they go out super late: Brad Lidge just balked in the tying run in San Diego. … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/21/10

It’s been a good few days for the crazy. We appreciate it here at YCPB. – The Mets finally won a road series against an NL team. – AND their first back-to-back road games against an NL team, too. — … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/17/10

–Jon Garland has pitched 17 consecutive scoreless innings. –On the other side of the NL West Race, the Giants’ pitchers are 0-8, 5.79 in their last thirteen. This includes the saintlies Lincecum and Cain, which almost makes you wonder how … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 08/15/10

- The Royals won a 1-0 game. – Against the Yankees — Zack Greinke didn’t pitch. —- Bryan Bullington did, though. You know, the Bryan Bullington that was taken as the first overall pick by the Pirates in the 2002 … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 6/16/10

Some games are still in progress –The Yankees lost to Jaime Moyer. They didn’t just lose, either–Moyer held them to two hits over eight innings. Given Moyer’s age and 82 MPH fastball, this is itself a prime example of YCPB, … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 6/1/2010

As of this post, West Coast games have just started and there does not appear to be a lot of oddness and unpredictability going on yet. There may be updates, though. :D – Last night, the Padres scored sixteen runs … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup: 5/31/10

(Apologies for lack of post posting. We hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend and will be back at it tomorrow). Some West Coast games are still in progress.M –Tim Lincecum walked five batters in his fourth consecutive start. –Ubaldo Jimenez … Continue reading

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Daily Roundup, 5/26/10

As of right now, most West Coast games are still going on. – The red-hot Joey Votto of the Reds (redundancy department of redundancy!!!) took his first day off today. His replacement, Miguel Cairo, hit a home run. Miguel Cairo! … Continue reading

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