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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by teel, Mar 28, 2019.
Crick just gave up a GS on 3-2 2 outs after plunking two guys in a row. Nice managing.
Pirates up 8-4. Kyle crick loads the bases. Hits a batter. Hurdle comes to take him out but he’s yelling at hurdle that the ball just slipped and not to take him out. Hurdle goes back to the dugout. He gives up a grandslam
I love how much I hate this team
That entire sequence would be perfect for that Jomboy dude to make a video on
Is 2020 draft supposed to be any good
Kevin Cash yanked Ryan Yarbrough with two outs in the 9th and nobody on base in a game where he had gone the distance, had thrown 99 pitches and the Rays were winning 1-0. What the fuck, man?
It worked out. Who gives a fuck.
Ryan Yarbrough probably does.
Tough shit, get used to being pulled when you don’t want to. It’s a 1-0 game, one swing can change it and if the manager likes the matchup better for another pitcher you can’t let his feelings get in the way.
It’s not like it was a no-hitter/perfect game.
at trading Yastrzemski for nothing then him turning into a decent big leaguer right away.
Harper under .250
Yeah, well Jr has never hit 2 Grand Slams in the same inning
i can’t decide who’s had a worse season
the phillies or the red sox
really such a shame about both them. just hate to see it
lol white sox
Boston is paying about $100m more for its season, so I would say them
Harper is gonna go down as the most overrated player of our generation
I don't get it. Did they lose?
No, they won.
man what a shame
With 35 games left. Even with juiced baseballs, pretty damn impressive feat
Wow the Astros were -460 yesterday. Been a while since I bet baseball but I don't remember ever seeing a favorite that big, not even Pedro or Unit.
They were -500 at one point, it was the 18th time a line has been that high.
Do you happen to know the biggest favorite ever? Curious of the teams and pitchers involved.
Found this when the Indians were on a 20 streak a few years ago.
Kluber opened -380 and is currently listed as a -420 favorite, which is insane for any regular season baseball game. However, this is not the largest moneyline ever, although there is still a lot of time for this price to rise. The largest moneyline of the last 13 seasons actually occured last year on June 6, 2016 when Clayton Kershaw closed anywhere from -435 to -450 against the Atlanta Braves, who started Bud Norris.
I do not, unfortunately. I just saw the -500, sent it to some people saying I had never seen a baseball line that high. then my friend saw a tweet with some historical background but not specifics.
Just bought one lower level ticket along the 1B line to Friday, Saturday and Sunday for A's/Astros and spent under $75. #blessed
Gleyber has 13 HR vs the O's this year, the most. Y 1 player since 1969. They used to play 22 games vs opponents too.
Sounds like we need to put an asterisk by the stats of all non-Baltimore teams in the AL East
Blue Jays aren’t messing around tonight
Do the Yankees play the orioles every day
I am watching mike trout play. I’ll report my findings
Updated on the angels defense- it’s bad
Lol all we needed to break out of this historic slump was to play the angels. Who knew
holy shit at the play tatis just made at short
0 for 1. Hasn’t showed me much yet
Going to bed since it’s so late and only the 5th inning so I’ll just post it now