Daily Archives: August 2, 2013
The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast is all about the Red Sox, A-Rod, Bud Selig and remembering Thurman Munson.
Daniel Nava, Justin Upton, Matt Cain and Yu Darvish all owned baseball on August 1, 2013.
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On today’s show, brought to you all as always by MLB Reports ( www.mlbreports.com ) & of course yours truly from The Bench Warmers Show, i get into very briefly about the A-Rod drama then the Boss Man himself of MLB Reports Chuck Booth ( @ChuckBooth3024 ) calls in on his usual segment to talk about the A.L. trades that happened in july & ranks all the A.L. teams in power rankings from 1-15 based on their strength of schedule of their remaining season! Also my return guest is the second man in charge of MLB Reports/Lead baseball columist & staff writer for www.venomstrikes.com ( @venomstrikes )Chris Lacey (@aecanada12 )!! We talked about N.L. trades that happened in july & his power rankings of all the N.L. teams from 1-15!! Also the return of everybody’s favorite segment of MLB Reports 2 & A Hook podcast, Stats & Facts!! Its a podcast you cannot miss so go check it out my baseball fanatics & SPREAD THE
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—James Acevedo (@yankeeman1973 )
There were so many Red Sox heroes to count in last night’s stunning 9th inning rally against the Mariners. Daniel Nava drew a lead off walk and scored to start the rally, then launched a 1 out walk off RBI double to end the game.
Yu Darvish struck out 14 batters and walked none over seven shutout innings. He got the win as the Rangers topped the Diamondbacks, 7-1.
Justin Upton launced a pair of homers, driving in 5 as the Braves increased their Division lead and beat the Rockies, 11-2.
Matt Cain threw 8 terrific innings against the Phillies. He walked 2 and let up only 1 run and kept the Giants in the game long enough to stage a ninth inning game inning rally, 2-1.
They all owned baseball on July 31th, 2013.
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.
To view the Yearly Leaders for Who Owned Baseball Standings – Click the READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON.