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Daily Archives: August 21, 2014

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – August 21, 2014

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

I am alone in my house, a rare thing.

The topic of the day is all sorts of pitching… David Price‘s masterpiece loss, why Masahiro Tanaka pitching in 2014 is insane and the joys of a suspended game.

It is a playing hooky at home episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Rick Porcello, Lucas Duda, Jorge De La Rosa, Adam Jones, Hector Noesi, Alex Wood, Luis Valbuena and David Ortiz all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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Daniel Lucius “Doc” Adams Selected As SABR’s 19th Century Overlooked Baseball Legend

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Daniel Lucius “Doc” Adams Selected as SABR’s 2014

19th Century Overlooked Baseball Legend

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By Roger & Cathy Ratzenberger (Special Guest Writers): (Visit  Roger’s website here)

Daniel Lucius “Doc” Adams (1814 – 1899) has been selected as the 19th Century Overlooked Baseball Legend by the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR). This recognition comes in the bicentennial of his birth.

Each year SABR honors a 19th century player, manager, executive or other baseball personality not yet inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York.

Adams’ contributions to the game include the creation of the shortstop position and heading the baseball governing body that established key aspects of today’s baseball game including nine players per team, the nine-inning game, ninety feet between bases and catching the ball on the fly.

Adams was born in Mont Vernon, New Hampshire on November 1, 1814. He graduated from Yale in 1835 and Harvard Medical School in 1838. In 1839, he moved to New York where he established his own medical practice. Read the rest of this entry

Interactive Nats Bullpen Decision Chart

It is time to see what Matt Williams job is like…

Citizens of Natstown

You’ve been clamoring for it and it’s finally here, an updated Matt Williams Bullpen Flow Chart. This time though, to make things even more fun, it’s interactive. Go into the mind of Matt Williams and see what it’s like being the manager of the Washington Nationals. Answer the questions by clicking the links and find out which pitcher you need to send into the game skip.

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Who Owned Baseball Aug.20, 2014 (Daily AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2014 #WOB Standings

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CHRIS O’MEARA/AP

Rick Porcello threw a complete game, 3 hit shutout, striking out 4 while walking no Tampa Bay batter as the Tigers rolled, 6-0.

Jorge De La Rosa pitched 8 strong innings in Coors Field, allowing 5 hits and 2 runs as the Rockies stopped the Royals 5-2.

Adam Jones went 3-4, scored the tying run and later homered as the Orioles came from behind to top the White Sox, 4-3.

Lucas Duda reached base 3 times, including a homer and drove in 3 runs as the Mets won 8-5 in Oakland.

They owned baseball on Aug 20, 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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