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Daily Archives: September 6, 2015

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – September 6, 2015

It is Sunday and time for The Sunday Request.

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The Don Orsillo issue shows the Red Sox don’t understand the basic relationship between the broadcaster and the fans.

But it is par for the course with the Red Sox and will be forgotten when the Duck Boats make their next appearance.

It is a “Thank you sir, may I have another” episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Derek Holland, Jake Arrieta, Shawn O’Malley, Bryce Harper, Alex Gordon, Lance McCullers and Brandon Phillips all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball
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Who Owned Baseball September 5, 2015 (Daily AL/NL Pitcher + Hitter MVP’s) + 2015 #WOB Standings

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Derek Holland threw 8 solid innings, allowing 3 hits, 1 run and 2 walks and earned a critical 2-1 victory for the Rangers over the Angels.

Jake Arrieta continued his dominance with 8 shutout innings of the Diamondbacks, allowing 4 hits, no walks and fanning 7 as the Cubs won in Wrigley, 2-0.

Shawn O’Malley reached base 4 times with a homer, a double and a pair of runs scored as the Mariners topped the A’s 8-3.

Bryce Harper doubled twice and homered, leading the Nationals past the Braves, 8-2.

They all owned baseball on September 5, 2015

Earning 1/2 WOBs on losing efforts.

Lance McCullers held the Twins to 1 run, 3 hits and 2 walks over 7 innings, striking out 8. He would get a no decision as the Astros lost 3-2.

Alex Gordon went 3 for 4 with a double and an RBI. The rest of the Royals bats were held in check as they fell to the White Sox, 6-1.

Brandon Phillips reached base 5 times, scoring 1 and driving in another in the Reds 8-6 loss to Milwaukee.

 

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