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How will the Angels lose today?
so any chance the Angels blow the whole thing up or are the big contracts untradeable?
I somehow included the Astros and Marlins
I don't know about untradeable, but it would be a disaster PR move. Is there any reason to really think that Hamilton is going to continue putting up a sub 100 ops+ season? You might have to just keep giving him at bats. I don't know where he is batting in the lineup right now, but if it's before 7th, then it might be time to consider moving him down.
I would love to know historically how much scoring first increases your chance of winning.
According to YES, the Yankees are now 17-0 when scoring first, the best such record to start a season in American League History. What a bunch of gritty, gutsy, scrappy, first-place underdogs.
Well, I wasn't paying that much attention, but I think a couple of deadball era team's had started 16-0 when scoring first. Maybe the White Sox? Yankees are at 18-0 with today's win.
Which gritty, gutsy, scrappy AL team's record did they break?
Which gritty, gutsy, scrappy NL team holds the all-time record?
The Yankees just tied their in-town counterparts, the 1992 Mets, who won their first 18 when scoring first.
Joe Blanton with 10 runners allowed in less than 4 innings. Make that 11.
- listen to abbott and costello's "(Doctor)Who's on First"
Well, rat spit!
At least Orioles fans now know what it is to be a Nationals fans in the "Drew Storen as closer" era.
Longoria is 0-4 today, so far. Who wants to lay money that he gets a hit here?
Last Saturday of the season to say this...but Doctor Who was great :)
Already seen it? Do you live in the UK?
6 run lead? Angel bullpen coughs up 5 right back.
I CAN'T EVEN.
MLB Scout with this invaluable tidbit: Josh Lueke may prefer to go after J.J. Hardy, whose OPS is .675 this season, with the four-seam fastball rather than facing Nate McLouth, whose OPS is .767
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