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Best(At least top 5) catcher in baseball with a 2 run homerun.
Only tonight he's not a catcher. Playing 1B, which seems like a LaRussaesque thing to do in an AL park.
No Adams against the LHP, Bedard. This is a righty heavy lineup, and man, it is bad.
Jeff Mathis put the Marlins on the board in the fifth with a two-run jack
Relatively bad. It has Tony Cruz! I guess Jay to Robinson is, sadly, not a downgrade.
Bogus survey. They asked who was the best Astros offensive player of all time and they are limited to four choices, Biggio, Bagwell, Berkman or Jose Cruz.....where is Jimmy Wynn? I think I have to go with Bagwell, but c'mon you have to put Wynn on there instead of Cruz.
Tigers P Alvarez pulled one pitch too late. They let him throw 109, and he was never really dominant.
ICHIRO! could homer again tonight ... IF HE WANTED TO!!!
Dead cat bounce or the beginning of a march to a .750ish OPS? He's at .696 now from .623.
I usually like the Indians, but the Giambi/Swisher combo makes them a tough team to like.
The resurgence of the Pirates is the most awesomest thing so far this season.
HERE COME THE ORIOLES!!
I'm sorry? So, they fall behind the Cards and Reds and what, the Nats? Somebody from the West? Or are you not considering 2nd WC 'going to the playoffs'? Coming into tonight they had 13 games in the loss column on Milwaukee, 8 on Washington and 11 on Philly, 9 on everybody in 2nd place in the NL West.
The narrative you'll hear will be along the lines of "The Pirates are a young team with talent that faded late because of their inexperience, but will learn from it and come back strong and next year might very well be the year!"
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