Daily Archives: June 8, 2015

183 Day MLB Trip (Day 66) in 2015: Game 81 – Yankee Stadium

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The GOAL: 183 Straight Days (every single day at least 1 gm) Of ALL 30 MLB Parks Trip In 2015 (217 Games) view full year schedule.

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DAY DATE

Tuesday, June.9, 2015

Games 81 Day #66

Today’s game (s) Start Time (s) in EST  and Venue (s):

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 8, 2015

Tom Olmscheid  / AP

Tom Olmscheid / AP

The Minnesota and Kansas City series starting today is actually dramatic and might have playoff implications… just as we all predicted.

It is a “Nobody can predict anything” Episode 957 of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Mike Pelfrey, Johnny Cueto, Jose Bautista, Jay Bruce, Jason Kipnis, Joe Panik, Kyle Kendrick and Kendall Graveman all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball?

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2015 MLB Mock Draft

MLB 2015 Mock Rule 4 Draft

  1. Arizona Diamondbacks – Dansby Swanson SS Vanderbilt
  2. Houston Astros (Compensation for not signing 2014 No. 1 overall pick Brady Aiken)- Carson Fulmer P Vanderbilt
  3. Colorado Rockies- Brendan Rodgers SS (Fla)
  4. Texas Rangers- Dillon Tate P UCSB
  5. Houston Astros- Alex Bregman SS LSU
  6. Minnesota Twins- Kyle Tucker OF (Fla)
  7. Boston Red Sox- Andrew Benintendi OF Arkansas
  8. Chicago White Sox- Daz Cameron OF (Ga)
  9. Chicago Cubs- Walker Buehler P Vanderbilt
  10. Philadelphia Phillies- Garrett Whiltey OF (NY)
  11. Cincinnati Reds- Kyle Funkhouser P Louisville
  12. Miami Marlins- Tyler Jay P Illinois
  13. Tampa Bay Rays- Trenton Clark OF (TX)
  14. Atlanta Braves- Phil Bickford P Southern Nevada
  15. Milwaukee Brewers- Kolby Allard P (Cal)
  16. New York Yankees- Brady Aiken P IMG Academy
  17. Cleveland Indians- Jon Harris P Missouri St
  18. San Francisco Giants- Ashe Russell P (Ind)
  19. Pittsburgh Pirates- Mike Nikorak P (Pa)
  20. Oakland Athletics- Michael Matuella P Duke
  21. Kansas City Royals- Cornelius Randolph SS (Ga)
  22. Detroit Tigers- James Kapriellian P UCLA
  23. St. Louis Cardinals- Nathan Kirby P Virginia
  24. Los Angeles Dodgers- DJ Stewart Of Florida State
  25. Baltimore Orioles- Chris Shaw OF Boston College
  26. Los Angeles Angels- Tyler Stephenson C (Ga)
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  27. Colorado Rockies (Michael Cuddyer – signed with the Mets, who forfeited their first-round pick)- Beau Burrows P (TX)
  28. Atlanta Braves (Ervin Santana – signed with the Twins, who forfeited their second-round pick)- Ian Happ OF Cincinnati
  29. Toronto Blue Jays (Melky Cabrera – signed with the White Sox, who forfeited their third-round pick)- Chris Betts C (Cal)
  30. New York Yankees (David Robertson – signed with the White Sox, who forfeited their second-round pick)- Jacob Nix P (Fla)
  31. San Francisco Giants (Pablo Sandoval – signed with the Red Sox, who forfeited their second-round pick)- Kevin Newman SS Arizona
  32. Pittsburgh Pirates (Russell Martin – signed with the Blue Jays, who forfeited their first-round pick)- Ke’Bryan Hayes 3B (TX)
  33. Kansas City Royals (James Shields – signed with the Padres, who forfeited their first-round pick)- Kyle Cody P Kentucky
  34. Detroit Tigers (Max Scherzer – signed with the Nationals, who forfeited their first-round pick)- Dakota Chalmers P (Ga)
  35. Los Angeles Dodgers (Hanley Ramirez – signed with the Red Sox, who forfeited their Competitive Balance Round B pick)- Richie Martin SS Florida

Who Owned Baseball June 7, 2015 (Daily AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2015 #WOB Standings

Jerry Holt – Dml - Star Tribune Star Tribune

Jerry Holt – Dml – Star Tribune Star Tribune

Mike Pelfrey kept the Twins in the win column by throwing 8 shutout innings, striking out 7 Brewers and getting the 2-0 decision.

Jose Bautista homered twice, reached base 4 times and scored the winning run in a wild 9th inning rally as Toronto topped Houston, 7-6.

Johnny Cueto pitched 7 shutout innings, striking out 9 and allowed only 4 hits as the Reds beat San Diego 4-0.

Jay Bruce homered twice and drove in all 4 Reds run in a 4-0 victory over the Padres.

They all owned baseball on June 7, 2015.

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