He Said, She Said – Recaps for 4/26/17

It’s just me today. As a result, it’s a little brief. But you know the drill.

Reds 4, Brewers 9 – OK, seriously. Does Milwaukee face anyone else, ever?

Royals 2, White Sox 5 – Jose Quintana got 10 strikeouts.

Astros 6, Indians 7 – Despite two errors, things go right in the Magical Land of Cleve.

Yankees 3, Red Sox 1 – Aaron Judge strikes again.

Rays 4, Orioles 5 F/11 – A walk-off walk wins the game for Baltimore.

Marlins 4, Phillies 7 – Mikail Franco hits a grand slam.

Cubs 5, Pirates 6 – The first African-born MLB player was called up last night, and he got on base! Hooray for Gift Ngoepe, of the Pirates.

Mariners 8, Tigers 0 – Woof. Historio, wanna take this one?

Braves 8, Mets 2 – Julio can’t lose at Citi Field. I mean, maybe one day in the future. But that day isn’t now. Also, Nick Markakis must’ve had his Red Bull mixed with V8 or something, because he had a spring in his step and a pop in his bat.

Twins 3, Rangers 14 – Holy cats. The Rangers converted every hit they had into a run. That’s good baseball.

Nationals 11, Rockies 4 – Treat Urner (lol) almost hit for the cycle again. This kid is for real.

Padres 8, Diamondbacks 5 – The men of the cloth got the better of the Gritty Snakes. But just barely. It took a three run homer in the 9th inning to get it done.

A’s 5, Angels 8 – Trout and Pujols, per usual.

Dodgers 3, Giants 4 F/10 – Hunter Pence’s sacrifice wins the game for San Francisco.

Blue Jays, Cardinals – PPD — Sorry, no song today 😦

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11 thoughts on “He Said, She Said – Recaps for 4/26/17

  1. Shout out to the missing Scout from cold, soggy Boston: the Jeb-Jeter Outfit are buying the Feesh for $1.3 billion, not $3 billion as you posted yesterday. Incidentally. I was reading about Trump’s tax plan yesterday. It’s about the level of economic comprehension your would expect from a four time bankrupt.

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  2. I didn’t have any ice cream last night. Damn me. I did try to tempt the dirty damn Gods into causing me to miss a Twins comeback by going to bed while the Twins were only 6 or so behind, but alas the loathsome ones chose irony as their torture prod.

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  3. I’ll add some music based on historical baseball events that happened on 4/26.

    1912 – First HR hit a Fenway

    1941 – First organ at a baseball stadium (Wrigley Field). Love me some Jon Lord.

    1990 – Nolan Ryan ties Bob Feller’s career record of 12 1 hit games.

    1995 – Season finally starts after the strike

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  4. There is apparently no method to Brad’s madness. He worked the BP tightly in a game where we were up by 10 but left Greenie and Sanchez in to give away runs last night. It was like, well, we’re behind and Norris isn’t on it so we’ll just concede this game. That, or he’s a part of the conspiracy to make Big Maple happen. The game was so boringly bad that I was reduced to listening to the filler factoids about the Tigers players and staff. WTF, C-Mo? Country? Also, screw all y’all for making me look at a beefcake pic of Gibby. The only good from this game was Fulmer’s advice after working as a plumber’s assistant in the off-season: Don’t chew your nails.

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  5. The O’s game was fun for me. First the O’s scored two runs on a set of multiple errors by the Rays that allowed a player to turn a single into an inside-the-park-home run. Then the O’s blow it in extras but somehow managed to not only come back and tie it back up, but work a 4 pitch walk to win the game. Every-time I think I have seen it all…..I do love me some baseball.

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