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MLB Regular Season

MLB Regular Season


This week the Major League Baseball (MLB) reached a very interesting peak of action and we are certain most baseball enthusiast must be enjoying every game of this week.

One of the most recent news is on Los Angeles Dodgers´new record, the Dodgers became the 17th club to toss a pair of no-hitters in a season. Clayton Kershaw and teammate Josh Beckett are the pair who managed to achieve the record which belonged to Burt Hooton and Milt Pappas of the Chicago Cubs.

The following is a quick video on the Dodgers´stars latest accomplishment:

Furthermore, the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers game delivered great adrenaline as Tigers´ Joe Nathan closed a much-needed win striking out the side in the ninth inning for his first save in over 6 weeks winning 2-1 at Comerica Park.

“I think it rubs off on everyone, coaching staff included,” Brad Ausmus (career manager) said of Nathan’s performance. “We’ve missed Joe. We wanted him back to where he was. That looked like him. It lifts you up a little bit.”

That looked like the Joe Nathan I’ve faced for years,” he said.

Nathan´s spectacular ninth inning was followed by Anibal Sanchez´ seven stellar innings of one-run ball and a scoreless eighth by Joba Chamberlain. The Tigers have ahead a nine-game road trip starting with 3 games against third-place Indians.

Click here for a quick video on the Tigers versus Royals game at Comerica Park:

Some other cities in the United States that had their share of baseball action were: Pennsylvania as Pittsburgh Pirates welcomed Cincinnati Reds for a final score of 3 – 4 in favor of the hosts at PNC Park. The Pirates loaded the bases as Josh Harrison was given an intentional walk and Clint Barmes was hit by a pitch. The best thing at this evening´game was the end of the Pirates’ three-game losing streak.

“[Another] hanging slider that stayed up and stayed in the middle,” said Pirates manager Clint Hurdle, who, for the first time, hinted that a change of closers will at least be considered. “We always huddle up after games. The coaches are involved, [general manager Neal Huntington] … and we’ll make a decision.”

Later on this evening at the Coliseum in the city of Oakland, California the Athletics face off the Red Sox. Tonight´s game is Boston´s opening 10-game road trip and the betting odds are in favor of the home team with a money line at -168 pitching Scott Kazmir (L) while Boston ´s odds stand at +158 pitching Jake Peavy.

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