And That Happened

Orioles 10, Yankees 6: Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. Six homers for the O’s, two from Mark Reynolds. It’s the third time Reynolds has hit multiple homers against the Yankees in a week. Yankees pitchers are going to be telling spook stories about this guy to their kids at night.

Nationals 9, Cubs 2: Ho-hum, another Adam LaRoche homer and another lopsided win by the Nats over the Cubs. And some chippy business too. Coaches Jamie Quirk and Bo Porter jawed at each other. Then Lendy Castillo threw a ball at Bryce Harper’s legs and it was an eject-a-palooza.

Braves 1, Rockies 0: That’s a clown way to lose a game, bro.

Marlins 6, Brewers 2: Josh Johnson struck out seven in seven innings, allowing two runs. It’s cute that the Brewers are talking about being in the wild card race, by the way.

Rangers 5, Royals 4: Michael Young must’ve known I was talking smack about him this week. The game-winning RBI single in the 10th. If he keeps that up his OBP may break .300 soon and then I’ll really be eating crow.

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  1. Baseball Fan said...

    Sure some guys got ejected but to call it eject-a-palooza when the guy who threw the pitch (Lendy Castillo) wasn’t even ejected is a bit of a stretch.

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