Daily Archives: May 14, 2016
i’m afraid i have some disheartening news for Michael Brantley fans. this afternoon, on May 14, the Indians announced that Michael was placed on the 15-Day DL with right shoulder inflammation. the move is retroactive to May 10, meaning he can potentially be activated on May 25. this marks Michael’s second time on the disabled list this season, as he opened the year on the 15-Day DL while still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, and it’s his third DL stint overall in his MLB career.
The walk-off hit that gives your team the win is as exciting as it gets at your home ballpark and a walk-off loss on the road is frustrating and depressing. Let’s take a look at Minnesota Twins history from 1961-2015 and see how the Twins have fared.
Seasons with most walk-off wins
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Chris Sale tossed a complete game, allowing 6 hits and 1 run as the White Sox clobbered the Yankees, 7-1.
George Springer helped the Astros come from behind with 3 hits, including a homer, 4 RBI and 2 runs scored to top Boston, 7-6.
Jeremy Hellickson struck out 9 Reds in 7 innings, giving up just 4 hits and 2 runs and earned the 3-2 decision for the Phillies.
Joe Panik reached base 3 times and launched a 3 run come from behind homer on a 3-0 count and gave the Giants all the offense they needed, 3-1 over Arizona.
They all owned baseball on May 13, 2016.
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It’s my birthday… no better way to spend it than at the ballpark.
And I had a great time at the Giants-Blue Jays game with podcast Superfan Marcell… aka @cu8sfan!
It is a birthday with friends episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
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The other night, as I was putting my kids to bed my phone buzzed, which is unusual at that time of night, unless it’s my family texting the usual back and forth. After about 8 PM, I lose the ability to speak and to think coherently. So I basically shut myself off except for the “brush your teeth” and “feed your fish” commands to my children. I walk myself through my evenings, bone-tired and half-dead to the world around me, in the middle of a country that will choose between a narcissistic, reality TV star/liar and a narcissistic, career politician/liar for our highest office.
This buzz was different. It was my MLB app telling me that the Washington Nationals’ ace Max Scherzer was going for the single-game strikeout record in the ninth inning against the Tigers. He had a legitimate shot at breaking it. Scherzer had ground 19 batters into the ground with his effortless motion and potent mix of pitches.
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The second edition of the Eastern Shore League started in 1937 and ran through the 1941 season. Just like the first edition (1922-1928) the league was located on the Delmarva Peninsula which is the eastern shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Once again the league had a class D classification.
Cambridge, MD: Cambridge Cardinals 1937-1939; Cambridge Canners 1940-1941;
Centreville, MD: Centreville Colts 1937-1939; Centreville Red Sox 1940-1941;
Crisfield, MD: Crisfield Crabbers 1937
Dover, DE: Dover Orioles 1937-1940
Easton, MD: Easton Browns 1937; Easton Cubs 1938; Easton Yankees 1939-1941
Federalsburg, MD: Federalsburg Little A’s 1937-1941
Milford, DE: Milford Giants 1938-1941
Pocomoke City, MD: Pocomoke City Red Sox 1937-1939
Salisbury, MD: Salisbury Indians 1937-1938; Salisbury (MD) Senators 1939; Salisbury Cardinals1 940-1941
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