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.


    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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