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the Nationals need to go at least 8-3 on this upcoming homestand (3 vs. Dodgers, 4 vs. Pirates, 4 vs. Mets) for the final two months of the season to have much meaning.
Prediction: Phils go 2-7 on the road against the Mets, Cards and Tigers out of the gate. Amaro insists they're still in it and trades for bullpen help.
HOW WILL THE ANGELS LOSE TODAY!
Yanks-Bosox this weekend -- time for Fox and ESPN to wet themselves.
I don't know if anyone's ever tabulated it, but I would guess Yankees at Boston is the most scheduled ESPN Sunday night matchup since it began in 1990, followed by St. Louis at Cubs. (Boston at Yankees would probably be #3, although Cubs at St. Louis would be further down the list, trailing Giants at Dodgers and/or Dodgers at Giants.)
Green Monster or BUST ! Go Yankees !
Because Fenway Park and Wrigley Field are perceived as having more viewer appeal than either version of Yankee Stadium or Busch Stadium.
Puig's arm reminds you of the days of yore when people didn't run with reckless abandon, because there was always a chance of getting thrown out from medium depth.
Gonna have to go with BUST then.
B Phillips with 2 more RBI.
Philly may not be having a great season, but I hadn't realized that Utley was Utley again this year. 123 ops+, 2.9 war season to date and even 7 steals in 67 games.
that isn't double plays, it's forced ground out double plays.
Michael the Kay: "Tonight's Yankee-Red Sox match-up features some of the biggest names in the game!" (yeah...and I've got a Lillibridge to sell you)
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