Found April 07, 2012 on The Outside Corner:
Remember yesterday, when I talked about aces dominating the landscape of Thursday? That uh, didn't happen on Friday. Giants ace Tim Lincecum only went 5 1/3 and allowed five runs. On the bright side, he only walked one while striking out seven. On their faux Opening Day in Oakland, A's ace Brandon McCarthy allowed five runs (though only two were earned) in five innings. Both started get shellacked in Tampa Bay, where CC Sabathia allowed five runs in six innings, and James Shields allowed six runs in five innings. And then, there was probably the worst outing by a starter all day in Milwaukee, where Yovani Gallardo allowed six runs on five walks and four homers while getting just 11 outs. Yeah, that's not going to do you very well. Game of the Night: Rays 7, Yankees 6. The Rays immediately jumped out to a first inning lead in this one, as with two men on in the opening frame, Yankees manager Joe Girardi walked Sean Rodriguez to load the bases for returning Ray Carlos Pen...
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