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Tag Archives: James Shields
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
– Another four rainouts tonight. Geez. – First, from last night: this play in Marlins/Mets. Then again, considering it was by the Marlins, against the Mets, maybe not that unpredictable. — The Mets’ leader in fWAR by pitchers is K-Rod, … Continue reading
– 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
– 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