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Looking for a reliable source to appraise a large number of signed baseballs, not sure who to go to on this. Any help would be appreciated.
Yesterday David Robertson threw 1 pitch, recorded 2 outs and was credited with a win. Does this tie the record of fewest pitches thrown in a win? I'm sure that has happened numerous times through out the history of baseball.
But has any pitcher recored an out without throwing a pitch and also recored a victory?
Maybe came in with 2 outs and a runner on first, picked the guy off first without throwing a pitch home and his team rallied to get him a win?
Does any know if this has...
Has a last place team ever had a better run differential than a first place team? San Diego is last with a -11 now and Detroit is in first with a -12.
Today's Yankee game will start when Kyle Hudson bats. Hudson is 0-for-3 in his career and has 3,066 fewer carer hits than Jeter. Can anybody find a box score of a game where the gap of career hits going into the game between the two leadoff hitters was bigger than that?
In 2007 the most runs Texas scored in a game was 30. The second most was 16. That's a gap of 14. Can anybody find a bigger gap.
Before Adrian Gonzalez today, who was the last player and the last Yankee to turn two or more unassisted double plays or triple plays in a game?
Have Yankee teammates ever finished first and second in the AL in home runs and RBIs (not necessarily in the same order, but it has to be the same two players in both)? Granderson and Teixeira could do that.
Before A.J. Burnett's current streak, who was the last Yankee starter to have 8 consecutive starts that were not quality starts?
Before Granderson today, who was the last player and the last Yankee (if ever) to have two outfield assists and a triple in a game?
Before Tampa Bay's James Shields and Jeff Niemann at Boston today, who was the last team to pitch complete games in both games of a doubleheader? Was this the first time Tampa Bay has pitched complete games in both games of a doubleheader? Who and when was the last team to pitch complete games in both games of a doubleheader at Boston? I'm including Shields's 8 inning complete game loss when the bottom of the ninth wasn't necessary.
Before Tampa Bay in the second game of a doubleheader at Boston tonight, who and when was the last team to hit into a triple play and steal home in the same game? Sean Rodriguez grounded into a triple play and Ben Zobrist stole home.
Before Boone Logan yesterday, who was the last player and the last Yankee to pitch in two innings of a game but only face one batter?
Before the White Sox series that just ended, when was the last time (if ever) the Yankees swept a series of 4 (or more) games and didn't walk any batters in the series?
Before Gavin Floyd against the Yankees today, who was the last pitcher to allow at least 10 runs in a game but at least four fewer hits than the other starter?
What's the most runs the Yankees have ever scored in the first three innings of a game their starter didn't get the win in?
Today Toronto's Shawn Camp lost walk-off to Tampa Bay, his former team. Camp became the 28th pitcher since 1919 to intentionally walk at least 3 batters in at most 1 1/3 innings. Two of those pitchers intentionally walked 4 batters and the rest intentionally walked 3. The previous time it happened was when somebody intentionally walked 4 batters last season.
What's the longest streak of consecutive games with a home run by a rookie?
The 1998 Yankees had Cone, Wells, Pettitte, Irabu, Hernandez, and Mendoza with 10 or more wins. What's the most amount of teammates with 10 wins in a season?
Was Cleveland the first team to have at least 1 run, at least 5 errors, and 0 hits in a game?
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