Matt Cain etched his name into history in 2012 with a perfect game on June 14. He went 16-5 with a very impressive 2.79 ERA. He started all of the clinching games in the playoffs getting wins in 2 of them. 2012 was a career year for Cain.
Chuck Booth’s 218 MLB Game 30 Parks Road Trip In 2015
(216 Games is 9% of Entire Schedule) The journey Starts Apr.05, 2015 @ Wrigley Field 7:05, Next 2 Games. Mon Apr.6, 2015 - Great American Ballpark, 4:10, Tuesday April.07, 2015 - Wrigley Field 7:05 PM
2015 Full Year Road Trip Stats
Trip Stats: Miles Driven (0) Miles Air (0) Total Miles (0) In Altuves () $ Spent So Far ($12202) Hot Dogs Eaten (0) Energy Drinks Consumed (0) Subs Eaten (0) Chilli's (0) # Of Days On the Road (0) Games Seen (0) Games Left (218) Days remaining (183).
Tommy John Surgery Tracker History 4 all players who have gone under the knife ever Page plus 2014 Updates - click picture
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Chuck Booth’s 30 MLB Parks Trip World Record Page
In 2012, Chuck Booth attended a complete game in all 30 MLB Parks in just 23 calendar days, click the image of he and Larry Lucchino to read all about it.
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Interleague Master Schedule + Results 2014
SUN Sept.28, 2014 Results: NYM 8 HOU 3, 2014 - AL UP wins season series 163 - 137 (.543) (AL Now Leads Yearly Series 14 - 4, ALL Time: AL leads the NL 2353 - 2126 (.525) See Ya All in 2015 for Interleague
The MLB BallPark Pass-Port Is A Must Purchase For Those Planning To See All 30
The Ballpark Passport is quickly becoming the favorite item among Ballpark Chasers, to chronicle their life goal to see all 30 Major League Parks. You are able to receive the stamps kit for a small additional price. At around $75 all combined, it will contain one of the biggest memento's ever for a Ballpark Chaser's best bucket list wish ever#Greatgiftidea
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The Dodgers have agreed to a minor league deal with veteran righty Freddy Garcia, MLB.com’s Ken Gurnick reports on Twitter. Garcia, 38, agreed to sign with Taiwan’s EDA Rhinos last year. While details of Garcia’s stint in Taiwan are hard to dig up, it appears that he at least threw a full season as the Taipei Times credits him with picking up a Gold Glove aw […]
9:23pm: Johnson will earn $1MM if he makes the roster, MLB.com’s Bill Ladson tweets. 3:36pm: Though outfielder Reed Johnson was released by the Marlins earlier this morning, his brush with unemployment will apparently be fleeting, as the Nationals announced that they’ve signed him to a Minor League contract. Johnson, 38, will report to big league camp and be […]
The Marlins have placed Rule 5 lefty Andrew McKirahan on waivers, Clark Spencer of the Miami Herald reports on Twitter. McKirahan can be claimed by any team, but will be offered back to the Cubs if he makes it through waivers. The 25-year-old has had plenty of success in the minors and reached Double-A last year with the Chicago organization. He seemed to ha […]
The Indians have released lefty Scott Downs, Paul Hoynes of the Plain Dealer reports on Twitter. The 39-year-old was let go so that he can find an opportunity with another club, per the report. Of course, as an Article XX(B) free agent, Downs also would have cost Cleveland $100K had they kept him stashed at Triple-A. Downs struggled last year after a long ru […]
Here are today’s minor moves from around the game… Left-hander Scott Diamond has inked a Minor League contract with the Rays, reports Darren Wolfson of 1500 ESPN (via Twitter). Diamond was a Rule 5 pick of the Twins from the Braves organization back in 2010, and he surfaced with the team to post a strong season in 2012. That year, Diamond worked to a 3.54 ER […]