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Daily Archives: June 23, 2014

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 23, 2014

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American soccer fans are hoping the US Team advances to the next round of the World Cup.

But would the rest of the world look at an American World Cup the way that Indians or Cubs fans would see another Marlins World Series?

And would you trade a chance to see your team win the World Series for a chance to see America win the World Cup?

A challenging question on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Chris Tillman, Madison Bumgarner, Miguel Cabrera, Daniel Murphy, Yordano Ventura, Mike Bolsinger, Leonys Martin and Wilin Rosario  all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball.
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The AL Has Been Dominating The NL During Interleague For Over A Decade Now

After 7 years of Interleague, the AL trailed the season series 4 - 3, and the overall games mark 853 - 833 (.506).  Since 2004 it has been 10- years straight of AL beatdowns, winning each campaign for Won - Loss record - 1437 - 1206 (.544).

After the 1st 7 years of Interleague, the AL trailed the season series 4 – 3, and the overall games mark 853 – 833 (.506). Since 2004 it has been 10 years straight of AL beatdowns, winning each campaign for Won – Loss record, with a clip of  1437 – 1206 (.544).  Despite a promising start of 26 – 17 this season for the Senior Circuit, the AL has reeled off a 63 – 45 run, to hold an overall mark of 80 – 71 (.530) – which is slightly above the Lifetime mark of .524 baseball

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The American League holds a decisive ALL – Time Record on the National League in Interleague play – and perhaps that is why a lot of traditional fans hate the concept even more.

Heading into play in 2014, the AL has won the last decade straight of seasonal play (10 years), and now possess an overall yearly record of 13 – 4 over the Senior Circuit.

It wasn’t always this dominant for the Junior Circuit. 4 of the 1st 7 campaigns were taken by the NL, however ever since the start of 2004, the American League has routinely speedbagged their opposition league.

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MLB Monthly Scheduling – July 2014 (379 Games)

Ballpark Chaser Guides Links Courtesy of http://www.ballparkchasers.com:

Also do yourself a favor and read this blog on the 30 MLB Park Pass-Port here

Before You read the Month Schedule, here are 30 Links to Ballpark Chaser Guides, that will aid you in your road trip quests.

For establishing games in a week, please remember at the onset of every schedule made for the whole year, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday through Sunday are always slated with full dockets of every team in play.

This gives you a guaranteed amount of 75 games on those 5 nights, and Monday and Thursday are the off days for clubs.  As double headers need to be made up for cancellations, some days will exceed 15 games, or be less than 15 in those 5 days stated. Read the rest of this entry

Who Owned Baseball Yesterday (June 22nd) – Updated Yearly WOB Totals For 2014

Kathy Willens - AP

Kathy Willens – AP

Chris Tillman threw 7 shutout innings, allowing just 4 hits as the Orioles took the final game of the series in the Bronx, 8-0.

Madison Bumgarner pitched into the 9th inning, finishing with 8+ innings of 2 hit ball with 1 unearned run, getting the 4-1 decision for the Giants in Arizona.

Miguel Cabrera finished 2-4 with a homer and 3 RBI, leading the Tigers to a 10-4 win and a sweep in Cleveland.

Daniel Murphy led the Mets attack, going 2-5 with a homer and 3 RBI, beating the Marlins in Miami 11-5.

They owned baseball on June 22, 2014.

To view the Yearly Leaders for Who Owned Baseball Standings, plus see who gained 1/2 WOB’s – Click the READ THE REST OF THIS ENTRY ICON OR SCROLL DOWN.

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