Found April 08, 2013 on MyTeamRivals.com:
- Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer walked the first four Rays batters on Saturday, forcing in a run. That was all Tampa Bay needed as Cleveland didn’t score a run the whole game. - Jacoby Ellsbury led off the game Saturday with a double. The next Red Sox hit came with two outs in the ninth inning. - Marlins starting pitching ERA is 2.48. Their relievers’ ERA is 8.10. - Nationals pitchers allowed just one run in the entire series against the Marlins. Naturally, they gave up six homers and 15 runs in the next game against the Reds. - There were three shutouts on Sunday, but the losing pitchers in those games were Justin Verlander, David Price and R.A. Dickey. - Dickey allowed 5 first inning runs on Sunday against the Red Sox. That number matched his total runs allowed from all 33 first innings he pitched in 2012. - Hanley Ramirez was injured in the WBC championship game. His replacement for the Dodgers, Luis Cruz, is 0 for 17. - Rockies are hitting an amazing .333 as a team while their pi...
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