|Carlos Zambrano, RHP
10-5, 3.07 ERA
149/69 K/BB, 12 HR in 164.1 IP
|Tim Hudson, RHP|
9-7, 3.45 ERA
83/49 K/BB, 11 HR in 133.0 IP
|SS #Rafael Furcal SS||LF *Matt Lawton|
|2B Marcus Giles||2B *Todd Walker|
|3B #Chipper F. Jones||1B Derrek Lee|
|CF Andruw Jones||3B Aramis Ramirez|
|1B *Adam LaRoche||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|RF Jeff Francoeur||C Michael Barrett|
|LF *Kelly Johnson||SS #Neifi Perez|
|C Johnny Estrada||CF *Corey Patterson|
|P Tim Hudson||C #Carlos Zambrano|
Bryant leads NL rookies in HRs (26), RBIs (99), 2B (31) and runs (86). Last rookie to reach 26 HR, 99 RBI, 31 2bs, 86 runs and 74 BBs?
Mark Gonzales @MDGonzales 4m4 minutes ago
Boston’s Ted Williams in 1939
Probably going to a bar/restaurant with TBS. Cord-cutting is so over-rated.
Thanks for the update on Underwood.
I'll take that omen instead...
"oh yeah, and get the fuck off my lawn. :D"
Ok, now that was funny. :)
Dodgers ahead 2-1.
96 wins with one game to go. Who woulda thunk it.
cubs win, pirates lose...
the curse is now yours.
cog a HR away from the cycle after a single in the 6th.
Hendricks: 15 up, 15 down.
he strongly separates his post-playing career from his playing career, though he loves to visit the barrier of player and fan. many ex-players don't put up this barrier.
he's not interested in going back to the clubhouse or pretty much anything field/game related, but he'll grab a ticket and observe with the fans and visit ex players on "neutral" ground. he's written 3 pieces for the new yorker and other pieces elsewhere. i remember one photo/bio piece he did, but don't remember where i read it (years ago).