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The Most Recent No Hitter For Each Franchise (Updated for Cole Hamels, July 25, 2015)

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David Banks/Getty Images

 

If this is Cole Hamels final game with the Phillies, what a way to go!

The Phillies should take advantage and trade Hamels RIGHT NOW before anyone thinks he has any arm issues. Getting an ace fresh off of a no hitter?

I think he is in good shape.

This is also the first no hitter thrown against the Cubs since Sandy Koufax in 1965. A cool fact but the end of a Twitter account called @CubsNoHitStreak which reminded the world of their ability to break up no nos in every game since.

Alas, it is no more.

A few more thoughts… Cole Hamels has started more no hitters since September 1, 2014 than the Padres and Mets have had in their history combined.

But his last no hitter was a combined one, so that means Jake Diekman, Ken Giles and Jonathan Papelbon are off the list now.

They didn’t last long… not as long as Indians pitcher Len Barker who has been on this list since 1981.

It is time to update my list!

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 23, 2015

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The A’s had 7 All Stars in 2014. After today’s deal of Scott Kazmir, only the injured Sean Doolittle is left.

The Astros made a smart deal to improve and the A’s did the right thing by selling at the peak value.

Also, I talk about gum throwing and styling at home after a grand slam.

The trading season has begun and it is episode 1,003 for The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Joey Votto, Preston Tucker, Mike Leake, Edinson Volquez, Adam Lind, Nelson Cruz and Julio Teheran all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball

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The Most Recent Cycle Hit For Each Team (Updated for Shin-Soo Choo, July 21, 2015)

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DAVID ZALUBOWSKI/AP

First Texas cycle in 2 years!

Lots of people hit their cycles in Colorado. Choo is the latest. In fact his teammate Delino DeShields almost joined him if only he could have connected for a Coors homer himself.

Either way, it was safe to say that humidor or no humidor, it was a good night to hit in Colorado (except for the Rockies who were shutout, 9-0.

Here is the list, updated for today’s action!

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 17, 2015

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After a Giants game in May at AT&T Park, I wandered around the ballpark and pondered the fabric of the universe and the connections that constitute reality.

It is what I do.

It is a cosmic and Giant episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.



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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 5, 2015

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It is the Sunday Request

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Instagram Follower CHURCHILL BEE wants me to go back to the long lost spots of San Francisco Baseball.

I return to all the former homes of San Francisco baseball teams and try to find any clue that they played there… and it led me to an aisle of an Office Depot.

It is a star spangled episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

 

 Clay Buchholz, Jeff Locke, Kris Bryant, C. J. Cron, Steven Souza Jr., Todd Frazier and Cody Anderson, all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – July 2, 2015

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Three star pitchers are making a return to baseball, all before 10AM on the west coast.

While the AL East is all bunched together at the top, the return of injured players are making me think this could be the Rays division to lose.

It is a come back Episode 981 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

 

Carlos Carrasco, Robinson Cano, Johnny Cueto, Neil Walker, Lorenzo Cain, Bartolo Colon and Maikel Franco all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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The Most Recent No Hitter For Each Franchise (Updated for Max Scherzer, June 20, 2015 )

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Rob Carr/Getty Images

Max Scherzer gets his first no hitter!

He nearly got a no hitter in his last start and nearly threw a perfect game (ah those hit by pitches.) I think he will take it. Man, Jordan Zimmermann didn’t last long on this list. After no Washington no hitter since Bobby Burke’s gem for the Senators in 1931 and no franchise no hitter since Dennis Martinez’s perfecto in 1991, Zimmermann ended the regular season of 2014 with a no no.

Now Scherzer takes Zimmermann’s place. And by the way he has been pitching, he will be back.

It is time to update my list!

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 19, 2015

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AP Photo/Orlin Wagner

OF COURSE A-Rod hit a homer for his 3,000th hit.

It is a tale of two third baseman. One who is beloved by the fan base now and the other reviled. How things have changed for A-Rod and the Panda

It is a Hot Corner Episode 968 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

 

CJ Wilson, Zack Greinke, Ryan Howard, Preston Tucker, Anthony Ranaudo, Manny Machado, Jaime Garcia and Yunel Escobar all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?
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The Most Recent Cycle Hit For Each Team (Updated for Brock Holt – June 16, 2015)

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(AP Photo/Elise Amendola)

The First Cycle Hit for 2015!

With all the great hitters in baseball, naturally it is BROCK HOLT of the Red Sox who gets a single, double, triple and homer. Granted, I am not thrilled that he wears Wade Boggs’ number 26, but this is a day to celebrate.

Good bye John Valentin, no longer on this list.

I have compiled a list of the most current no hitter for each franchise, but here is the companion list for the cycle. Is it harder to hit for the cycle? Probably. But Holt did it!

Here is the list, updated for today’s action!

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 10, 2015

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(Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)

The Royals are dominating the AL All Star Game vote. For some people, that is a problem that needs to be fixed. Um, why?

That and some no hitter thoughts on Episode 959 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Chris Heston, Joey Votto, Masahiro Tanaka, Edwin Encarnacion, Giancarlo Stanton, Dan Haren, Yan Gomes and Eduardo Rodriguez all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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The Most Recent No Hitter For Each Franchise (Updated for June 9, 2015 )

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Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

The first No Hitter of 2015!

Lots of Giants greats have thrown no hitters, from Christy Matthewson to Tim Lincecum and Matt Cain. Now add Chris Heston to the list. Just think. In 2013, the Giants designated him for assignment and anyone could have picked him up.

I bet the Giants are glad nobody did.

With a 5-0 masterpiece, Chris Heston has his own piece of history and removes his teammate Lincecum from this list.

I am sure Tim is fine with it.

It is time to update my list!

Final MLB Shutout Survivor Standings 2015: Blue Jays Are The Winners

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MLB Shutout Survivor 2015  Which Team Did You Have Last To Be Blanked This Year?

contest finished up June 2, 2015

Toronto Blue Jays have won this  competition after the Tigers were Eliminated before them by a few weeks.

It might not be a banner year for the Canadian club, however the offense is not the problem.  It took until the 53rd game for them to be blanked. Read the rest of this entry

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 2, 2015

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The Blue Jays need to look at what the 1987 Giants did to become relevant: They overhauled their pitching staff midway through the season.

It is a Hum Baby North of the Border Episode 950 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Albert Pujols, Adrian Gonzalez, Michael Pineda, Jacob deGrom, Ubaldo Jimenez, Jaime Garcia, Ryan Flaherty and Nolan Arenado all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

 

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – May 29, 2015

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The Giants do a lot to honor the greats of their past, both from San Francisco and New York. There are a few names they should add and a couple of more numbers they could retire.

I record Episode 946 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast at AT&T Park among the seagulls.

3 guys named Chris (Sale, Iannetta and Heston) plus Andrew McCutchen, Nick Martinez, Shelby Miller, Brian McCann and Justin Upton all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

 

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183 Day MLB Trip in 2015: Games 64/65 – Miller Park/Wrigley Field

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Today’s game (s) Start Time (s) in EST  and Venue (s):

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Odds To Win The 2015 MLB World Series Week 8

The Tigers have captured the AL Central in 4 straight years, and I think this year will mark the 5th.  This is the highest odd this team has had to win the Fall Classic in years.  Full value, and you best jump on it now.

The Tigers have captured the AL Central in 4 straight years, and I think this year will mark the 5th. This is the highest odd this team has had to win the Fall Classic in years. Full value, and you best jump on it now.

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Heading into week 8 I still love the Tigers for the best value currently at +1200.

It seems I bang this drum all the time for the Motown Boys, however Miguel Cabrera is healthy this year, they have Yoenis Cespedes, and David Price is a legit ace.

There is no doubt that KC is a formidable opponent to the AL Central, but I like them to play just .500 the rest of the way through.

The whole Royals lineup is north of .300 (or career bests), and Chris Young can’t continue this torrid stretch of brilliant  pitching.

I think the KC club is still and, 85 – 89 win club all day long, and I am happy I marked them as one of my favorite  over/unders in the preseason, with a low total of 81 victories as the line.

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MLB Power Rankings – May 2015

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The number one team in the game right now is the Washington Nationals. They have won 18 of 22 games, and have the best hitter and pitcher in the National League right now, with Bryce Harper (11 HRs n May so far, that includes being kicked out of 2 games early, and a couple of off days.)

Really, the Nats haven’t had much from Stephen Strasburg, Doug Fister, and throw in an injured Jayson Werth, and it should mean the team is struggling.

The underrated Denard Span, and Yunel Escobar of all guys, are really playing superb at the top of the lineup.  Ryan Zimmerman always has a ton of runners on, and is on pace for 120 RBI with just a mid .200 Average.

Washington also should beat up on the National League East for the remainder of the year.  With the exception of the Mets, the Phillies, Marlins and Braves should all provide the proverbial speedbag position, for this club to beat up on.
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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – May 13, 2015

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(Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Barry Bonds wants to sue for collusion? Here is a settlement: Have a team sign him NOW!

That plus Stephen Strasburg thoughts on Episode 932 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Alex Gordon, Chris Sale, Andre Ethier, Chris Heston, Kyle Kendrick, Kyle Gibson, Jason Kipnis and Bryce Harper all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

 

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – May 9, 2015

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Remembering the moments where both teams had a chance to clinch at the same time. Plus my brother witnesses another grand slam

It is a paying respect Episode 928 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Jered Weaver, Cole Hamels, Ian Kinsler, Bryce Harper, Alex Gordon, Jimmy Nelson, Ryan Braun and Roberto Hernandez all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

The link to my article about clinching can be found here.

 

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MLB Shutout Survivor 2015: Then There Were 3: Yanks, Blue Jays and Tigers Last Clubs To Be Bageled.

Miggy Cabrera is cracking the ball around like he did in 20112 and 2013, and far more than the 2015 season he had last year.  With Victor Martinez showing signs of breaking out of his slump, along with the Cespedes and Cabrera factor, the Tigers might just have enough to fend off being Shutout the longest of this years contest.

Miggy Cabrera is cracking the ball around like he did in 20112 and 2013, and far more than the 2015 season he had last year. With Victor Martinez showing signs of breaking out of his slump, along with the Cespedes and Cabrera factor, the Tigers might just have enough to fend off being Shutout the longest of this years contest.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2015:  Which Team Do You Have Last To Be Blanked This Year?

Last Year the winners of the contest were the Angels, who lasted pretty much to Memorial Day Weekend without registering a 0.  It was a battle between them and Colorado late in the year, with Los Angeles finally prevailing.

Boston took the zero on Friday night, and were eliminated by the Jays, who are still among the 3 squads yet to register no runs in a contest.

The New York Yankees are leading the AL East, and a big reason why they are doing this is also the top of the lineup. Jacoby Ellsbury and Brett Gardner are always on the basepaths, creating havoc for power hitters like Alex Rodriguez, Mark Teixeira and Brian McCann to reel them in.

While we were all laughing at Carlos Beltran for his start of the year, he has hit better recently, and has mustered 9 doubles of the year, and is hitting a lot of warning track outs.  He is scraping by near the Mendoza Line, but is faring much better in May.

To me there is no surprise the Detroit Tigers are among the final clubs alive, nor is it a stretch to see the only Canadian franchise vying for the crown as well. Read the rest of this entry

Odds To Win The 2015 MLB World Series Week 5

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A month has passed in the young season of the MLB, and we have 13 teams exactly over and under .500, with 4 teams right at even par.

The odds makers are doing a hell of a job setting the values, however they are still over hyping the Padres and Cubs.

NO WAY should the Pod Squad be the 7th seed here. They are just hovering above .500 and have been losing series after series. That is with most of the offense quickly.. Don’t throw down any cabbage on them at this clip.

Detroit as, tied with KC for top AL slot is right on cue.   The Royals are doing it on both sides of the ball, with great grit ND toughness.

While KC is good, the Detroit Tigers are even better a value with their record, despite Martinez squared not hitting the ball thus far.

Like the Motown Boys pedigree a lot more, and love the value of them right now.

How quickly the gambling pundits took out the Indians based on a slow start. This is a streaky team whose way down on the list right now, but are a 8 – 2 stretch from jumping back in.

It is the same reason nor to buy into the Houston Astros yet, although one could say they are properly pegged at the odd they are at with their lead currently in the AL West.

The AL East doesn’t give out much reward for a wager when you consider they are all in the top fourteen.

Not buying the start for the Rays so far.

The Yankees have lost Masahiro Tanaka foe some time and are reminiscent of the club a few years agp, do dependent on the Home Run to win games.

Odds To Win The 2015 World Series:

AL East

New York +1800 (11)

Toronto +2500 (tied 14th)

Boston +1700 (tied 8th)

Baltimore +2500 (tied 14th)

Tampa Bay +2500 (tied 14th)

AL Central

Detroit +1200 (tied 4th)

Kansas City +1200 (tied 4th)

Minnesota +8000 ( tied 27th)

Chicago White Sox +3500 (23)

Cleveland Indians +4000 (24)

AL West

Oakland +2800 (tied 19th)

Texas  +5000 (25)

LA Angels +1700 (tied 8th)

Seattle +1700 (tied 8th)

Houston +2500 (tied 14th)

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NL East

Atlanta +2800 ( tied 19th)

Washington +700 (2)

NY Mets +1400 (6th)

Miami Marlins +2800 (tied 19th)

Philadelphia Phillies +30000 (30th)

 

NL Central 

St. Louis Cardinals +1000 (3)

Cincinnati Reds +3300 (22)

Milwaukee Brewers +17500 (29)

Chicago Cubs +2200 (13)

Pittsburgh Pirates +2500 (tied 14th)

NL West

LA Dodgers +650 (1)

SF Giants +2000 (12)

Arizona Diamondbacks +6600 (tied 27th)

San Diego Padres +1500 (7th)

Colorado Rockies +6600 (26)

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – May 6, 2015

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You will leave your heart in Episode 925 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Michael Pineda, Shelby Miller, Eric Hosmer, Justin Turner, James Paxton, Logan Morrison and Anthony Rizzo all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

 

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MLB Shutout Survivor: Only 6 Teams Alive Left To Be Blanked – 3 AL East Clubs Amongst Them

Arizona has scored at least one run in all of their games so far, and they along with the Mets, are the last clubs to have zero runs in a game for the National League.

Arizona has scored at least one run in all of their games so far, and they along with the Mets, are the last clubs to have zero runs in a game for the National League.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2015:  Which Team Do You Have Last To Be Blanked This Year?

We are down to just 6 teams left (4 in the American League, and 2 clubs remain the National League). The AL East have 3 teams still alive with the Yankees,  Blue Jays and Red Sox, while the Tigers have yet to be bageled as well.

The surprise has to be coming from the Senior Circuit, where the Mets and Diamondbacks are the last 2 teams left.

Last year’s winners, the Angels were taken out on Apr 18th.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – April 24, 2015

 

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Comcast SportsNet

Celebrating and being flamboyant is bad for the integrity of the game.

Brushback pitches and brawls are good old fashioned hard nosed baseball.

Let’s just say I have some issues with that “traditional logic.”

Changing the ways we thing on episode 913 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast..

Daniel Murphy, David Phelps, Jacoby Ellsbury, Masahiro Tanaka, Howie Kendrick, Max Scherzer, Manny Machado and Chris Sale all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – April 16, 2015

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AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez

The Giants offense is bad. We knew that going into the season. We are seeing it now. Why wait to fix it?

The Giants could call someone up from AAA, shift Posey to the infield or give Carlos Quentin a shot.

Or… bring back Barry Bonds

It is in case of emergency break glass Episode 905 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Alfredo Simon, Devon Travis, Adeiny Hechavarria, Travis Wood, Edinson Volquez, Odubel Herrera, Francisco Liriano and Steven Souza  all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – April 15, 2015

 

 

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April 15 is many things besides Tax Day in baseball.

It is the anniversary of Jackie Robinson breaking the color barrier. It is also the second anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing.

Also on this day in 1958, the Giants and Dodgers played each other for the first time as California teams, changing the landscape of baseball forever.

It is a West Coast Bias Episode 904 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Giancarlo Stanton, Anthony DeSclafani, Steven Souza Jr, Shane Greene, Robinson Cano, A. J. Burnett and Chase Utley  all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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The Most Recent Cycle Hit For Each Team

 

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(Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)

Why doesn’t hitting for the Cycle get the same love as throwing a no hitter?

Seriously, hitting for the cycle is just about as uncommon as a no hitter. Only 305 cycles have been hit, as opposed to 287 no hitters.

Getting the perfect combination of a single, double, triple and homer requires skill, consistency and an obscene amount of luck.

Ty Cobb, Babe Ruth, Hank Aaron, Barry Bonds and Willie Mays never did it once.

Michael Cuddyer, Chris Speier and Brad Wilkerson did it twice.

There has never been a cycle hit in the post season, as opposed to a pair of October no-no’s (Don Larsen and Roy Halladay.)

The Marlins have never had a player hit for the cycle. Neither have the Padres, who also have never had a no hitter.

So while I carefully update the list of the most current no hitter for each franchise, I have neglected to do the same for players who hit for the cycle… until now.

The pic is of the last cycle, hit by Michael Cuddyer, who has done so in both leagues (along with Bob Watson and John Olerud.)

Some of the teams have waited a while for an update. Eric Davis’ cycle in 1989 remains the last time it happened for Cincinnati. The Expos (2003) have had one more recently than the Red Sox (1996.)

Here is the list, to be updated when the next cycle is hit!

Odds To Win The 2015 MLB World Series Week 2

The Tigers have captured the AL Central in 4 straight years, and I think this year will mark the 5th.  This is the highest odd this team has had to win the Fall Classic in years.  Full value, and you best jump on it now.

The Tigers have captured the AL Central in 4 straight years, and I think this year will mark the 5th. This is the highest odd this team has had to win the Fall Classic in years. Full value, and you best jump on it now.

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A week has come and gone in the majors.  We have a few unbeaten teams but everyone else has at least 1 victory.  The 1988 Baltimore Orioles are thankful for this.

The Tigers did not allow a run in nearly 4 games to start the season, and are linked up at the odd with the Angels and Mariners as the best odds to win the World Series out of the American League.

The top 3 seeds are in the National League.

I am sticking by my prediction of Washington having the best chance to win the World Series, but unlike when I bet cash on them as the favorite before the year started, they are 1 – 4 now, not 0 – 0.

Atlanta has raced out 5 – 0, and the gambling experts don’t believe the hype.

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MLB Shutout Survivor – Updated for April 12, 2015

2014's Shutout Survivor Winners were the Angels.  They may have to contend with the 4 clubs that still haven't been bageled from the AL East, and a number of decent offensive squads.

2014’s Shutout Survivor Winners were the Angels. They may have to contend with the 4 clubs that still haven’t been bageled from the AL East, and a number of decent offensive squads.

MLB Shutout Survivor 2015:  Which Team Do You Have Last To Be Blanked This Year?

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So more than half of the teams have already been ousted after 1 week of play. Of course the unbeaten clubs, Detroit, Kansas City andAtlanta will all be exempt – having unblemished records after 5 games.

4 teams in the AL East remain,  2 in the AL Central, and the 2014 winners of this category are alive – with the LA Angels.

3 teams in the NL East can take this crown, with the Braves, Mets or my favorite, the Washington Nationals taking the whole thing down. The Nats have mustered at least a run per contest, despite a slow 1 – 4 start 

Cincy is the only NL Central club left, and suffered just their 1st loss last night.

Colorado is always a favorite in this competition with playing at Coors Field, so the should be a formidable opponent for everyone else.

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – April 10, 2015

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Photo: Patric Schneider, AP

A no hitter was nearly thrown, Matt Harvey returned and gum became a controversy.

Man I love the regular season.

That insanity and more on this episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Matt Harvey, Xander Bogaerts, Edinson Volquez, David Wright, Pedro Alvarez, Odrisamer Despaigne and John Ryan Murphy  all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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