Daily Archives: May 14, 2014
It is my birthday, and more than anything, I’d like to see some pitchers get healthy!
And if you are lucky enough to have a pitcher who is great and young and you are in a pennant race… go for it!
That and more on the birthday edition of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.
Brandon Moss continued to raise his stock in the realms of the power hitting players pantheon Tuesday by doing yard work twice.
David Ortiz did all he could to help Boston win with a 2 HR effort. There you go, looking at his year numbers for 2014, as they bare resemblance to his career 3 Slash.
The only active MLB’er to carry HRs in consecutive games this day is Mets OF Curtis Granderson.
This fine gentlemen showed the New York fans what they are missing, as he has clubbed shots over the wall in back to back games.
Granderson had back to back 40+ HR campaigns with the Bronx Bombers, and will always be compared to Carlos Beltran in the next 3 years. They both have 5 HRs – and Granderson has 4 more RBI, while Beltran has better averages.
Beltran is also hurt now with a bone spur. The Yankes felt his postseason pedigree was the deciding factor of signing him over Granderson.
Both Ortiz and Victor Martinez climbed into the top 5 in HRs last evening.
All 5 HR streaks ended for the guys who had walked into the night from previous games – including C.J. Cron losing his consecutive games bid via pinch hitting against the Phillies. Read the rest of this entry
Miguel Cabrera came up with the Tigers trailing Baltimore 1-0 with 2 outs in the 9th. He got his second hit of the night, a 3 run homer that put Detroit on top for good. The final was 4-1.
David Price fell behind the Mariners 1-0 in the first inning. He would shut down Seattle’s offense after that. The Rays would score 2 in the 9th and Price finished the game with the 2-1Rays win, going all 9 innings, striking out 12 and walking none.
Curtis Granderson‘s 3 run homer in the first inning gave the Mets an early 4-0 lead. He would get on base 4 times while helping beat the Yankees, 12-7.
Bronson Arroyo went all 9 innings, letting up a single run and one walk while striking out 7 Nationals. He would get the decision in Arizona’s 3-1 victory.
They owned baseball on May.13, 2014.
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