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John Lackey's elbow just died.
oh man dude that was not good looking. he knew it right away.
I called Willis to the Atlantic League 3 years ago. Bout time it happened.
The Astros have struck out 60 times in 5 games.
All the more amazing is that last night's game featured a perfectly reasonable 4 strikeouts.
Have yourself a day Will Middlebrooks. 4-4 with 3 HR.
Samardzjia also having himself a day.
No chance he gets a W.
Marmol has been replaced as closer.
Mark Reynolds with 2 HRs today too
shit, lot of alleged top of the rotation guys getting shelled today
Payback for this:
Either this website doesn't exist or is not currently available.
This post was edited by Flops 12 months ago
Ummmmm. Holy shit.
@jaysonst: Bad luck to hit 1st HR of year? RT @DCameronFG: Rick Ankiel's 14 PA this year, in order. HR, K, K, K, line out, K, K, K, K, K, K, K, K, K.
Jamie Moyer has not ruled out a comeback, but he'll probably wait until next year (when he's 51).
Former Mariners pitcher Jamie Moyer wasn't in full uniform Monday when he took the mound and threw the first pitch inside at the "new look" Safeco Field.
Moyer, who turned 50 in November, was there for ceremonial purposes only and likely won't play for any team in 2013. But speaking to reporters before the game, the Mariners' all-time leader in victories refused to rule out the possibility of a comeback.
"I haven't closed that door yet," said Moyer, who broke in with the Chicago Cubs in 1986. "I don't know when I would make a decision. I really haven't put a lot of thought into it. I'm enjoying my time at home at this point."
Moyer spoke about his children: two boys in college playing baseball, two high-school age daughters, two fourth-graders and two first-graders. He also talked about his gardening.
"I've got a garden growing," he said. "I've got lettuce I'm eating now and micro-gardens. I'm excited about that. I've got some fruit trees going in. I've got a puppy. So, I'm doing some things I haven't done in a long time.
"But I haven't discounted potentially maybe trying to come back. But I don't foresee it happening this year."
if maddon strangled that ump, i wouldnt have blamed him!
Another good take, with more of Foster's ball and strike history.
Maybe C.J. Wilson should focus on throwing strikes instead of trying to sell shampoo.
The Angels, especially with Weaver's broken arm, is the right answer to that discussion in the Orioles thread about which rotation has the most question marks.
Lastros up 9-0 in the second at Seattle. They'd scored 9 runs in their previous six games combined.
lincecum trying his "best" to join halladay on the DONE pile
He has to move to the bullpen, right? Will that even help?
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
Good job good effort bullpen
Detroit Hustles Harder
How did I miss the fact that Bary Zito is a good pitcher now. I don't want to live in a world where Zito turns into Lincecum and Lincecum turns into Zito
4/10/13: A fan catches a foul ball off the bat of Justin Smoak in his cup of beer and proceeds to chug his drink with the ball still inside
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