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Head of the class

Six players in baseball history have hit 10 or more home runs in their first 25 big league games. Well, that’s not exactly right — only one player has hit MORE than 10 home runs in his first 25 games. 2,668 more words

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New York Yankees @ Kansas City Royals – 08.30.16 – Box Score and Scorecards

Box Score

YANKEES (5) AT ROYALS (4)

YANKEES              AB  R  H BI  ROYALS               AB  R  H BI
Brett Gardner         3  1  2  0  Jarrod Dyson          5  1  3  1  
Jacoby Ellsbury       6  0  4  2  Lorenzo Cain          4  1  1  1  
Gary Sanchez          6  0  1  0  Eric Hosmer           4  0  0  0  
Didi Gregorius        5  1  1  0  Kendrys Morales       3  1  1  2  
Starlin Castro        5  0  1  0  Salvador Perez        5  0  0  0  
Brian McCann          5  1  3  0  Alex Gordon           3  0  0  0  
Chase Headley         4  0  1  1  Alcides Escobar       4  0  1  0  
Aaron Judge           5  1  1  2  Christian Colon       4  0  0  0  
Tyler Austin          4  0  0  0  Raul Mondesi          3  1  1  0  
*Aaron Hicks          0  1  0  0                                    
TOTALS               43  5 14  5  TOTALS               35  4  7  4

YANKEES                       031 000 000 1 -- 5  
ROYALS                        001 101 010 0 -- 4  

LOB--YANKEES 13, ROYALS 7. 133 more words
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Stock Rising: Ivan Nova

Beginning the 2016 season, Ivan Nova was fighting for a roster spot and earned it by having a decent spring, but he did not make the starting rotation. 363 more words

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Photography ~ NY Yankees!

Before and after shot of a baseball game. New York Yankees x Kansas City Royals. It was a good time with beer and hotdogs in the Mohegan Sun Sports Bar. 14 more words

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - August 30, 2016


2016 has seen too many greats pass away. Gene Wilder died and oddly he reminded me of Lou Gehrig.

You will need just pure imagination in this episode of… 68 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

A-Rod Will Get To The Hall

The seemingly never ending saga that is Alex Rodriguez’s Major League Baseball career will be coming to an end Friday evening in the Bronx.  After a 22 year run and on the heels his current teammate Mark Teixeira announcing his retirement at season’s end, baseball’s most notorious villain will hang up his cleats for good.   483 more words