The Red Sox are slowly coming back to Earth as they drop another one to the Yankees 8-2. Giancarlo Stanton hits his 11th of the year to highlight the offense. Matt Hall should have stayed in the hall, or at least Triple A. He gives up 7 hits, 6 walks and 4 runs over 5 innings to see his ERA settle at 9.35. Might want to send him back down. Positive news for the Sox…Andrew Benintendi goes 3 for 3 with his 5th home run and is now hitting .341. Must be time to ship him off, right front office?
Ryan Mountcastle continues to rake. Today he goes 3 for 4 with his 7th jack and is now batting .330. The Orioles clip the Angels’ wings 9-5. Future first ballot hall of famer, Albert Pujols, hits his 660th career home run to tie Willie Mays for 5th on the all-time list.
Jonathan Schoop goes 4 for 5 with a homer and 4 RBI as the Tigers take a 12 inning bite out of Cleveland 11-10. Francisco Lindor hits hist 12th in the loss.
Brandon Lowe had a career day going 4 for 5 with 2 doubles and 2 home runs while driving in 7 in Tampa’s 14-5 victory over the Rangers.
Yordan Alvarez pops his 8th home run and Josh Reddick, replacing an injured Kyle Tucker, hits a 9th inning grand slam to end Seattle’s day. Astros take this one 7-4.
Eddie Rosario and Miguel Sano go a combined 7 for 10 with 2 home runs and 6 RBI as the Twins beat the Royals 10-8.
Matt Chapman and Mark Canha each hit home runs off of the now 0-7 Tanner Roark and Jesus Luzardo gives up 4 hits and no runs through 6 1/3 as the A’s pick up a win over the Blue Jays 5-1.
Kolten Wong and Harrison Bader both with 2 hits and an RBI in the Cardinals’ victory over the Mets 5-3. Jeff McNeil the bright spot for the Mets going 2 for 3 with his 8th home run. McNeil is now hitting .331.
The Cubs’ corners were on fire today. Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant team up for a 6 for 10, 2 home run and 5 RBI day as the Cubs take down Washington 8-5. Yu Darvish throws 7 innings of shutout ball to pick up his 3rd win.
Vince Velasquez gives up 1 run on 3 hits through 6 2/3 as the Phillies 4-hit the Pirates in a 3-1 game. Velasquez now seeing his ERA under 4.00.
In the bottom of the 9th, pinch hitter Jedd Gyorko drives in Christian Yelich in a Milwaukee 1-0 walk-off over Arizona. Luke Weaver with 8 innings of shutout work while Brandon Woodruff goes 6 strong of the same.
Austin Riley hits a single in the bottom of the 9th to tell Marcell Ozuna to COME ON DOWWWN, as the Braves walk-off against the Marlins 3-2.
It looks like they kept score during batting practice today as the Reds put up 18 to Colorado’s 16. 9 home runs in all today with Charlie Blackmon and Trevor Story both cranking 2. Blackmon eventually left this one with a strained abdominal and could miss up to 5 week.
Kevin Gausman was a force today. Over 8 innings he scattered 7 hits and struck out 9 as the Giants shut out the White Sox 3-0.
In the bottom of the 10th, Mookie Betts blasts his first walk-off home run in Dodger blue. LA takes today’s game over the Padres 3-2.
Sergio Romo is back from rehab for the Twins…corresponding move was to designation Tyler Clippard for assignment;
Baltimore removes Jose Rondon from the 40-man roster; and
The Angels activate two-way star Shohei Ohtani.
That’s your Saturday trip around the diamond!
4 thoughts on “May 9 MLB Simulation Results”
Hooray! The sim is finally working perfectly! The Red Sox looooooose to America’s baseball team, the NY Yankees, and the Mets go down to defeat. What a day! Everything’s coming up roses!
(Again, no bias here. :P)
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lol, thought I’d hear from you yesterday when the Yanks really whooped em good lol Read a fun little stat the other day and thought you’d appreciate. Since 2001, the Yankees have as many rings as the Marlins lol Ahhhh, baseball!
That stat sucks!!! I don’t care if it’s a fact, I call FAKE NEWS!!! As for yesterday, take comfort in knowing that it took a fall and an injury to largely keep me off many of my favorite sites. I’m back and just in time to see the sim finally get it right!
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Bah, sorry to hear about the injury. Let’s see if this hurts just as much. Since 2010, I personally won as many rings as the Yankees lol. Seriously though, get well soon!
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