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Rick Ankiel's stat line is hilarious. 9-for-44 with 2 2B, 5 HR, 1 BB, and 28 K. His slash stats are .205/.222/.591.
Walking in a run. Fangraphs had an article before the season about how Porcello was a good breakout candidate this year. I think it is safe to say the author was mistaken.
Who was the latest player in the MLB draft to go on to a semi-decent career or better? Was it Piazza?
So a perfect Edmonds imitation.
I'm getting really convinced that Bryce Harper is going to be Joe DiMaggio-esque.
Get him back into CF, Nats!
Interesting choice to bring in Duke with a well-rested bullpen. Davey must be trying to give him some confidence.
DiMaggio, before the War.
Maybe "greatest since the young Roy Hobbs"?
Atlanta starting to come back to earth a little now, which of course was inevitable.
The best part about it is that when the Braves play like this, Hutcheson disappears just as reliably as Punxatawney Phil disappears when he sees his shadow.
So when is Andrew McCutchen going to start hitting? He's having a terrible start to the year.
Jesus Christ AJ Griffin ... you know you´re on tv right ?
When Robinson Cano has breakfast, he usually fries up a couple of lefty fastballs and washes them down with OJ.
The concerns about Sabathia have been entirely due to his drop in velocity. His results have been fine. His velocity is down over 2 MPH from last year, and last year's velocity was already down ~1.5 MPH from 2011.
Cardsfanboy, I'm not watching until tonight when it's on BBCA, so don't tell me anything beyond "I like it" or "I don't like it."
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