PHIL HUGHES 2014 11.63
Bret Saberhagen 1994 11.00
Cliff Lee 2010 10.28
Curt Schilling 2002 9.58
Pedro Martinez 2000 8.88
Greg Maddux 1997 8.85
Pedro Martinez 1999 8.46
With a first-inning double in tonight’s game against the Cardinals, his 48th of the season, Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy broke the doubles record for catchers, per ESPN Stats & Info on Twitter. Ivan Rodriguez held the record previously, doubling 47 times in 1996 though two of those doubles were hit as a DH. 41 of Lucroy’s 48 doubles have been hit when he has been in the lineup as a catcher (six at first base, one at DH)...
he entered the night with a .299/.366/.476 slash line along ...
The Padres have never thrown a no-hitter. Not a single Padres hitter in history has ever hit for the cycle. They’ve gone to two World Series, had one MVP winner (Tony Gwynn never won an MVP award, for the record) and yet they’ve never had a second baseman hit over 30 home runs. In an entire San Diego CAREER.
THAT ALL CHANGED YESTERDAY, THANKS TO SECOND-YEAR PLAYER HAMMERIN’ JEDD GYORKO.
With a 5-0 shutout win over the Yankees tonight, the Rays at long last returned to .500 at 61-61. As the Rays’ Twitter notes, they have become the fourth team in baseball history to reach .500 after falling at least 18 games below .500, joining the 1899 Louisville Colonels, the 2004 Devil Rays, and the 2006 Marlins.
I guess I’m not sure what to make of this not happening for 105 years and then happening three times since. And all with the no budget Florida teams. Maybe playing around ...Read More...
Yasiel Puig returned to the lineup with a bang-bang-bang on Friday night, becoming the first Los Angeles Dodgers player since Jimmy Sheckard in 1901 to hit three triples in a single game.
...he became the 49th player in MLB history with at least three triples.
Jimmy Sheckard! That’s who Puig reminds me of! Man, that’s been bugging me.
The first triple was a little sporty. A drive into left center that was batted down by a fan. The umps spent four minutes looking at it and then ...Read More...
His streak began on Aug. 21, 2013.
Chapman surpassed Bruce Sutter, who did so in 39 straight games from June 1-Oct. 2, 1977.
Given the current environment, I would have guessed that this record was like five minutes old. But 1977…that impressive. I guess.
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