Daily Archives: October 1, 2013
Even the government shut down can’t stop The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Evan Longoria and David Price both owned baseball for September 30, 2013.
Today I talk about the playoffs, the Rays and Rangers game and some predictions.
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Odds To Win the World Series:
Boston Red Sox +340
LA Dodgers +450
Detroit Tigers +500
St. Louis Cardinals +550
Atlanta Braves +700
Oakland Athletics +750
Tampa Bay Rays +1500
Cleveland Indians +1600
Pittsburgh Pirates +1600
Cincinnati Reds +1800
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Rays Take Out The Rangers 5 – 2
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The Seattle Mariners 2013 season left a lot to be desired.
The Mariners continued to lose fans as they didn’t play competitive baseball for the majority of the season. However, there were some memorable highlights and breakout performances that made the Mariners season slight more bearable.
Here’s a look back at the more enjoyable aspects of the Mariners 2013 regular season.
Henderson Alvarez threw the 6th no hitter in Marlins history on Sunday, his teams last game of the season. He needed help from a run scoring wild pitch to end the game which he won and put himself in the history books, 1-0.
It was the 3rd NO – HItter in the MLB this year, and was the 1st time ever (out of 182 games), that the NO – hitter was ended on a Wild Pitch.
It is time to update my list!
David Price went the distance, wiggling out of trouble and letting up just 2 runs as he beat the Rangers, 5-2 and gave the Rays one of the two Wild Card spots.
Evan Longoria nearly hit for the cycle, going 3-4, driving in a pair with a homer and was the offensive hero in the Rays 5-2 playoff ticket punching victory in Texas.
They all owned baseball on September 30, 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.
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