A night to drop F Bombs while listening to baseball

Boston Herald Staff Photo by Matt West.

Boston Herald Staff Photo by Matt West.

I had to turn off baseball tonight. I was yelling F Bombs while listening to games. Wherever I flipped to, there was something to tick me off.

The Red Sox saw the momentum of the Yankee series win die at home against the Cubs of all teams.

Friend of the podcast, Sean Doolittle, had a rare bad outing and surrendered the ultimate slam to lose the game for the A’s.

And the Giants didn’t even play but STILL lost ground as the Dodgers won a 1-0. LA’s magic number to clinch the west is 79.

The only good thing that happened is the Yankees lost. But even in THAT game, the Yankees tied the game in the 9th, so I dropped an F bomb then.

Time to update the Dodged Bullet/Teeth Grinder tally.

An explanation of what this is all about can be found HERE.

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GIANTS DODGED BULLET – TEETH GRINDER Tally

33 Dodged Bullets 26 Teeth Grinders

TOTAL: + 7

 

 

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A’S DODGED BULLET – TEETH GRINDER Tally

Rajai Davis hit the ultimate slam, a walk off grand slam with his team down by 3, off of normally unhittable Sean Doolittle and the A’s lost a heartbreaker, 5-4, in Detroit. TEETH GRINDER

31 Dodged Bullets 25 Teeth Grinders

TOTAL: +6



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RED SOX DODGED BULLET – TEETH GRINDER Tally

Jake Arrieta threw no hit ball into the 8th and the Red Sox could not get any rally going as the Cubs won 2-0. TEETH GRINDER

28 Dodged Bullets 33 Teeth Grinders

TOTAL: -5

 

Tim Lincecum pitches tomorrow. The Giants haven’t won since his no hitter. Maybe he has another one in him.

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast – June 30, 2014

Photo: USA Today Sports

Photo: USA Today Sports

For the past month, no team has been hotter than the Cincinnati Reds.

Their pitching is incredibly deep and now they are starting to hit. A great second half is not out of the question.

That and an exhausting weekend of baseball on today’s episode of The Sully Baseball Daily Podcast.

Felix Hernandez, Homer Bailey, Matt Joyce, Pedro Alvarez, Carlos Beltran, Tim Hudson, Mark Buehrle and Marlon Byrd all added to their totals for Who Owns Baseball.
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