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Sotiano was safe (close) on SB & A-Rod clearly tagged runner attempting to steal 3rd
And F@CK Pete Kozma while we're at it!
Nationals-Braves didn't give me any kind of blackout when I just tried it. Stream loaded just fine.
#47 - There's history.
Henderson strikes out Brandon Phillips
there was a phrase I heard once that seemed to apply here.
what was it?
ah yes, now I remember
I figure you are one poster around here who can laugh
most are so tight if you stuck a piece of coal up their 8ss it would turn into a diamond
Take heart, Braves fans: Drew Storen is slated to come on next. Since his last outing was a good one, this one should be stink-o.
* Gary Cohen just spent a few minutes bemoaning that the "d" on the back of d'Arnaud's jersey is actually an upside-down "P."
Now I'm curious as to what the Pirates did with his brother.
What happened to Mejia?
It was the Dodgers' second consecutive shutout, third in the last seven games and fifth in the last 14 games.
. . . They have their first 10-game win streak since 2006, are 25-3 since the All-Star break and 42-8 since June 22. That last mark matches the 1942 Cardinals for the best such stretch since 1900.
Los Angeles . . . has won 19 of the last 20 on the road and six straight at Citizens Bank Park, is 15-1 in August and a season-high 22 games above .500, and hasn't lost its last 17 series.
That might not be as bad as it sounds. Mejia told the press that he has some bone chips in elbow and that he would be needing surgery during the offseason to clean that up.
While no one was looking, Dodgers won again, 5-0.
Chris Getz just bunted with two outs. In fairness, he is hitting .224/.297/.287.
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