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Posts Tagged ‘MLB

History Made In Baseball Yesterday

September 2, 2008

Adrian Beltre of the Seattle Mariners and Stephen Drew of the Arizona Diamondbacks became the first players in 88 years to hit for the cycle on the same day. Bobby Veach of the Detroit Tigers and George Burns of the New York Giants lasted turned the trick on Sept. 17, 1920. Beltre, 29, matched a […]

Roger Isn’t The Only Clemens Getting In Trouble With The Law

September 1, 2008

Koby Clemens, the son of Roger Clemens, Mark Ori and Jimmy Goethals were arrested early Sunday morning after several members of the Salem Avalanche baseball team spent Saturday night at a popular Salem restaurant. Clemens and Ori were charged with disorderly conduct and Goethals with assault and battery. All three were taken to the Roanoke County-Salem […]

Red Sox @ Yankees: Game 1

August 26, 2008

A.L. EAST STANDINGS Tampa Bay……..| 79-50 Boston………….| 75-55 (4.5 GB) New York……..| 70-60 (9.5 GB) A.L. WILD CARD STANDINGS Boston…………| 75-55 Minnesota……..| 74-56 (1.0 GB) New York……..| 70-60 (5.0 GB) —————————————————- Next Game: Tuesday, August 26th, 2008 at Boston Red Sox (75-55) First Pitch: 7:05pm ET TV, Radio: MY9, WCBS 880 Probable Pitchers: BOS: Tim […]

El Duque To Retire?

August 24, 2008

According to Adam Rubin of the New York Daily News, Orlando Hernandez is opting to have surgery on his right big toe to remove a bunion, meaning his career is all but over. El Duque has resisted this procedure in the past because it may take more than a season to fully heal. Hernandez left […]

Uh-Oh. Look Who’s Back

August 21, 2008

According to numerous sources, Carl Pavano will start Saturday for the New York Yankees against the Orioles.. For those of you who don’t know, Carl Pavano has been plagued throughout his 3+ years in a Yankee uniform with injuries, which is just one of the reasons all Yankee fans and a few Yankee teammates dislike him. […]

Reigning NL MVP Calls His Fans “Front Runners”

August 15, 2008

2007 National League MVP Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies has called the Philly fans front runners, saying that when he’s playing well, they’ll cheer for him, and when he’s in a slump, they will come down hard. Expect them to come down even harder now, regardlerss how he is playing, because of these comments. […]