Daily Archives: June 6, 2013
Today on The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast, I talk to my dear friend Anna about her trip to Miller Park to see the Brewers play her beloved Oakland A’s.
Listen to the podcast and learn about a unicorn backpack and a certain dish at Miller Park called THE BEAST!
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R.A. Dickey let up only 2 hits in 8 1/3 shutout innings and drove in a run to help his cause as Toronto beat the defending champs in San Francisco, 4-0.
Julio Teheran threw a no hitter into the 8th inning and finished with 8 1 hit, shutout innings in the Braves 5-0 victory over the Pirates.
Carlos Gonzalez smashed 3 homers, driving in 6, as the Rockies dismantled the Reds 12-4.
And the Mariners did not win their epic 16 inning marathon against the Chicago White Sox. But don’t blame Kyle Seager! He went 3-5 in the loss, including a 2 out, 2 strike game tying grand slam in the bottom of the 14th. Do you know how many people have hit an extra inning game tying grand slam in the history of baseball? One. Kyle Seager. He did it yesterday.
They all owned baseball on June 5th, 2013. No doubt my choices will cause some controversy today. Hey, it is MY stat!
My explanation for “Who Owns Baseball” can be found here.
At the end of the year, we will tally up who owned baseball the most individual days and see how it compares to the final MVP and Cy Young vote.
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MLB Mock Draft
Before I start I just want to say that baseball is a very tough game so when I say he can be a all star or that he can have a curveball that is just unhittable – it may not happen……. and actually is very doubtful to fully reach the ceiling. Read the rest of this entry
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By Chuck Booth (Lead Baseball Analyst/Website Owner): Follow @chuckbooth3024
The time has come for the June Power Rankings with Stats Edition. There will be one each for May, June, July, August, September – and then a special playoff edition Power Rankings will be done in October.
I will not do a weekly Power Rankings during this weeks, because in essence, these are the weekly rankings done on a much larger scale.
These Reports are done with a heavy thought to how the teams project by the end of the season – along with how the clubs have fared so far.
I will point out who has had great months for the all 30 MLB Teams. I reward the good performances in these rankings – and leave the poor ones for the Podcasts or future articles. CLICK THE READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON or scroll past the video and picture
Chris Davis 2013 Highlights: