Around MLB May 24, 2010

Posted on by Kerel Cooper

Top Stories:

  • How good has Ubaldo Jimenez been this year? He’s 8-1 | 0.99 ERA | 58 SO.
  • In case you missed it, here is video of Hanley Ramirez displaying his lack of hustle. I don’t care how much talent a player has I’d never want someone like this on my team.
  • Great Comebacks: Last week the Atlanta Braves were trailing the Cincinnati Reds 9-3 in the 9th inning. The Braves ended up scoring 7 runs in the 9th, capped by a Brooks Conrad pinch-hit grand slam walk-off home run to come back and beat the Reds 10-9.
  • Rules That Make No Sense: No iPads allowed in Yankee Stadium.
  • On this date, seventy-five years ago, MLB played it’s first every night game.
  • Streaks and Standings:

  • Wins: Oakland A’s have won 3 straight and are currently 2 games out in the AL West.
  • Loss: San Francisco Giants have lost 5 in a row and are in 3rd place in the NL West.
  • Standings: For a complete listing of all the MLB standings go here.
  • Series of The Week:

    I’m looking forward to the LA Dodgers vs. Colorado Rockies (May 28-30, 2010). It will be interesting to see how the Dodgers handle the Rockies pitching, especially with Andre Either out of the lineup.

    Extra’s:

    Below is the National Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) commercial – Thank you. MLB does a great job with this program and the commercial below is one of my favorites.

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