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I'll start this one last time.

Welcome to the second full month of baseball! The Dodgers are the first team to 20 wins, the Yankees have been given special dispensation to have doctors stationed on the field of play during games, the Nats are finding dramatic ways to underperform, and the Orioles continue to be the least surprising team in baseball.

Happy May!

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For those of you lamenting the death of small ball, a nice moment from last night's Cards/Nats game:

With two outs and the bases loaded, Kolten Wong bunts in a run.
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For those of you lamenting the death of small ball, a nice moment from last night's Cards/Nats game:

With two outs and the bases loaded, Kolten Wong bunts in a run.
That was a beauty! The ball just died in the infield. I wonder how many rows back you could hear the third basement cry, "oh shit!"?
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Cody Bellinger has apparently solved baseball.

In 31 games; .431, 14 home runs. Of course no human can keep it up, but how many guys in modern times have had a month like that?

He's better than Christian Yelich so far and Yelich has been unbelievable.
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Yankees got swept. Woot!
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Yankees got swept. Woot!
A 6-3 west coast road trip is pretty good though and it looks like no one went on the IL for 2 straight days.
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The Diamondbacks looked pretty good. I can definitely see them finishing at .500 this year.
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The Giants are undefeated in May!

If they just had a bit more offense, they could be a contender this year. i'mm not sure how that might happen, but I'not abandoning all hope just yet.
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The Diamondbacks looked pretty good. I can definitely see them finishing at .500 this year.
Damning with faint praise, indeed!

(They've been below .500 5 times in the last ten years, and of the other five, in two they were 81-81.)
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The Reds are trying to crawl back into the light and get to .500. Losing that series to the Cardinals sucks donkey dorks, especially after that 12-1 opening game rout.

Castillo is emerging as a legit ace. His ERA is 1.45, second only to Davies in all of baseball and he's got an eye popping 50 strikeouts across 43 innings pitched. WHIP is 0.99. Pretty damn good so far.
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The Reds are trying to crawl back into the light and get to .500. Losing that series to the Cardinals sucks donkey dorks, especially after that 12-1 opening game rout.

Castillo is emerging as a legit ace. His ERA is 1.45, second only to Davies in all of baseball and he's got an eye popping 50 strikeouts across 43 innings pitched. WHIP is 0.99. Pretty damn good so far.
The conventional wisdom on pitching coaches is they usually don't make too much difference overall. It is interesting Derek Johnson defected from the Brewers to the Reds this past offseason and the Reds' team ERA+ is 50 points lower than the Brewers', even with Davies performing this far over his head so far. The guy has some kind of Midas touch so far.
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Corey Kluber will be out for a while with a fractured elbow after he got hit by a 102 mph line drive.

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In 31 games; .431, 14 home runs. Of course no human can keep it up, but how many guys in modern times have had a month like that?
Two - him and Yelich, this year. I've been seeing things on Twitter the last week or so with some crazy numbers showing this just doesn't happen. It's nuts - these are Barry Bonds numbers.

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Two - him and Yelich, this year. I've been seeing things on Twitter the last week or so with some crazy numbers showing this just doesn't happen. It's nuts - these are Barry Bonds numbers.
Did you have to bring up the 'roid monster. And Yelich's average is 80 points behind Bellinger all he's doing is keeping up with the long ball not all of the other stats.
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i think the Dodgers are going to win the WS series this year unless they decide to take a dirt nap in August like the did a few years ago .........
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Cubs blank the Cardinals 4-0 in Wrigley Field. Kyle Hendricks throws 81 pitches for the complete game shutout.
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Gotta go with Harvey Haddix pitching a perfect game for 12 innings and losing.
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And the Giants are still undefeated in May...after coming back from being down 8-0 in the third, to win 12-11 in 11 innings.
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And the Giants are still undefeated in May...after coming back from being down 8-0 in the third, to win 12-11 in 11 innings.
FU dude!



Jesus, my Reds....



ETA: I am starting to believe that Bell is a shitty manager based on what fellow Reds fans say about him and what I've seen. Lots of weird pitching changes and such. For example, this very game. Gray should have stayed another inning.
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Gotta go with Harvey Haddix pitching a perfect game for 12 innings and losing.
how does that happen exactly? the reliever wasn't in long enough for him to get the loss?
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how does that happen exactly? the reliever wasn't in long enough for him to get the loss?
Haddix lost the game in the bottom of the 13. First runner to get on base was via an error. Eddie Mathews sacrificed (must have been one of few in his career). Aaron was intentionally walked then Adcock delivered the game winning hit (it would have been a home run, but he ran past Aaron and was out.
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wow my dodgers have the best record in the Nl and the 3rd best record in baseball all together (i think there's maybe a game or two difference)

I do notice there's going to be some double-digit negative records soon ....especially in the games back section...
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Haddix lost the game in the bottom of the 13. First runner to get on base was via an error. Eddie Mathews sacrificed (must have been one of few in his career). Aaron was intentionally walked then Adcock delivered the game winning hit (it would have been a home run, but he ran past Aaron and was out.
wow if i was the picture i don't know whether id laugh cry or throw something ...
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Under current rules, Haddix doesn't even get credit for a no-hitter.
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And the Cubs complete the sweep of the Cards and move into first in the NL Central. The baseball world is restored to some sense of balance.
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After their disastrous 1-6 start, which I'm sure was fueled by having to play their first 9 games on the road, the Cubs have played .750 ball and are now in first place by 2 games in the loss column. If the pitching stays healthy and consistent, they can make a run at it.
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Today's Reds-Giants game was delayed by a swarm of bees. This wasn't the season's first bee delay; Angels-Rangers on April 7 was briefly held up in the fifth inning with a bee problem.
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Today's Giants-Reds game was historical in a number of ways (non bee-related):
  • The Giants tied a record by becoming only the second team ever to hit 4 batters in the 6th inning. Pat Venditte hit 3 of them: 2 with his right hand, and 1 with his left. The record they tied was set in 1893.
  • Giants pitchers hit a total of 5 batters in the game, setting a franchise record.
  • Drew Pomeranz gave up 7 earned runs; this marks the first time in the history of the franchise that Giants starting pitchers gave up 7 or more earned runs three times in a single series.
  • Pablo Sandoval pitched a scoreless 8th inning. He also had a stolen base and hit a home run, becoming only the second player in history to steal, homer, and have a scoreless pitching appearance. Of course, he also hit a batter.
  • Not wanting to be left out, the Reds also tied a record, hitting 14 home runs in a single series.
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The Reds bats are really coming to life as of late. If they can resolve that pesky pitching problem then they'd be golden.
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[*]Pablo Sandoval pitched a scoreless 8th inning. He also had a stolen base and hit a home run, becoming only the second player in history to steal, homer, and have a scoreless pitching appearance. Of course, he also hit a batter.
He did all that and still lost. Bummer.
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The Reds bats are really coming to life as of late. If they can resolve that pesky pitching problem then they'd be golden.
They're hitting home runs but not doing anything else well, as a result of which they don't actually score many runs. They're third in the NL in hitting dingers but 12th in on base percentage, so they're 11th in scoring runs. Great series against the Giants, but in the previous six games they only scored 14 runs total, so I think maybe it was just the Giants.

Like all Canadians, I am a big Joey Votto fan, but his numbers are troubling. It's early, but he's batting .226 with little power and his strikeout rate is really high for him. At 33 years old it might seem a bit early for him to fall apart, but that's not actually that unusual a phenomenon.

Last year Votto again led the league in OBP - for the SEVENTH time - but his power went missing. Health issues?
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They're hitting home runs but not doing anything else well, as a result of which they don't actually score many runs. They're third in the NL in hitting dingers but 12th in on base percentage, so they're 11th in scoring runs. Great series against the Giants, but in the previous six games they only scored 14 runs total, so I think maybe it was just the Giants.

Like all Canadians, I am a big Joey Votto fan, but his numbers are troubling. It's early, but he's batting .226 with little power and his strikeout rate is really high for him. At 33 years old it might seem a bit early for him to fall apart, but that's not actually that unusual a phenomenon.

Last year Votto again led the league in OBP - for the SEVENTH time - but his power went missing. Health issues?
I haven't heard anything locally to indicate he's injured. I think he's pressing.
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The Reds got no-hit last night, further advancing my theory that it was just the Giants.

the no-hitter was the second of Mike Fiers's career, making him the 35th pitcher to throw at least two. Fiers is also just the 7th pitcher to throw a no hitter for two different teams (his first one as with the Astros) -

Nolan Ryan (Angels, Astros, and Rangers)
Jim Bunning (Phillies and Tigers)
Cy Young (Indians and Red Sox)
Randy Johnson (Mariners and Diamondbacks)
Hideo Nomo (Dodgers and Red Sox)
Someone named Theodore Breitenstein in the 19th century

It was also a milestone, as accoridng to MLB it was the 300th no hitter ever thrown.
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The Reds got no-hit last night, further advancing my theory that it was just the Giants.

the no-hitter was the second of Mike Fiers's career, making him the 35th pitcher to throw at least two. Fiers is also just the 7th pitcher to throw a no hitter for two different teams (his first one as with the Astros) -

Nolan Ryan (Angels, Astros, and Rangers)
Jim Bunning (Phillies and Tigers)
Cy Young (Indians and Red Sox)
Randy Johnson (Mariners and Diamondbacks)
Hideo Nomo (Dodgers and Red Sox)
Someone named Theodore Breitenstein in the 19th century

It was also a milestone, as accoridng to MLB it was the 300th no hitter ever thrown.
To be fair to the Reds, a guy who just pitched his second career no-no is a pretty good pitcher no matter whom he throws for.
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Fiers has a 5.48 ERA this year.

Fiers is a better pitcher than most guys, of course, but he's a career 57-58 journeyman. Given that 35 guys have thrown two or more no nos, I got curious as to who the most mediocre pitcher to ever do that was. I think we can all agree the answer is not Sandy Koufax or Roy Halladay.

Fiers would have to be a pretty strong candidate, honestly. Bill Stoneman famously threw two no hitters early in the history of the Expos and he wasn't a great pitcher either; he was a career 54-85, though that record has a lot to do with being with an expansion team. Stoneman actually made an All-Star team and probably deserved it but he was 12-14 that year for a really bad team. If you count Kent Mercker he's up there too (Mercker is listed as a multiple no hitter guy but he only pitched part of one of them.)
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Yanks rally in 9th to beat Seattle. My worry is now when the regulars get back in the lineup, they'll do worse than these guys who have filled in so well thus far this year.
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Keep in mind, part of why "The Replacements" have done so well is we feasted on the easiest part of our schedule. If when the regulars return in numbers; the team seems to struggle; it could also be strength of schedule at that point.
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Cubs get their 2nd consecutive walk-off HR against the lowly Marlins (after pissing away ANOTHER lead in the late innings). WTF is up with the Cub's 'pen?
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Is it just me or have there been a lot of grand slams recently?

The Blue Jays are a bad team, which everyone expected as they're kind of starting over with kids, but Socrates Brito is becoming a really baffling case. Brito has a wonderful name, but to say he is a bad baseball player is really an understatement. He is maybe the worst player I've ever seen in a Blue Jays uniform. So far this season, Socrates is 3 for 39 and has already struck out 17 times. Those numbers are NOT the product of bad luck; he is visibly really that bad a hitter. He looks completely lost at the plate. To make up for it, he is also a terrible outfielder. According to WAR, Brito is the sixth worst position player in the AL, and everyone worse than him has played a lot more, except for poor 1-for-35 Daniel Palka, and Palka hit 27 homers last year so you can understand why the White Sox keep sending him out there.

The Blue Jays have, conservatively, at least seven men in the minor leagues who would be better outfielders than Brito. At Buffalo right now they have a guy, Cavan Biggio, who has played some outfield and is hitting .344 with power and more walks than strikeouts. The official team line is that Brito has wonderful tools, and he is certainly very, very fast and very strong, but the guy is 26 years old, and I think even the most casual baseball fan would agree that if at 26 you have not yet demonstrated the ability to convert strength and speed into baseball ability, maybe you should not be working on that in the major leagues.
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Is hemlock on MLB's list of banned substances?
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the dodgers have the best record in MLB? its to oearly for that ........the dodgers need to start mediocre to crappy then raise themselves ....other wise there gonna go 5-20 in august and blow getting to the playoffs ......
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It's a good thing Davey Martinez had the Nats work on fundamentals in spring training. Victor Robles just got picked off second on a walk to the next batter!

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George Springer, who has had all but one of his plate appearances in the #1 spot in the lineup, is leading the AL in RBI.
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