Archive | September, 2006

No No No – Yes!

(As Jim from the Vicar of Dibley might say) Only a few days after Ramon Ortiz came so close on Monday, Anibal Sanchez pitched a no-hitter against the D-Backs last night. The Fish are on the charge at the moment and this puts another landmark on the miraculous Marlins map of 2006. Sanchez relied on […]

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Cards-Nationals 04/09/2006

What a great evening’s entertainment. Never mind sitting down to watch mundane tripe on the telly after a day at work. Stick MLB.TV on and you could not only be watching a great ballgame, but also possibly watching history unfolding before your eyes. My eyes lit up when I logged on to MLB.com and saw […]

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FIVE US update

I posted a while back about Five’s plans to launch a new Freeview channel dedicated to American programmes (one of two new channels, the other being Five Life – dramas, soaps and the like). Having speculated that this might result in MLB moving away from terrestrial TV, I’m pleased to say that this will not […]

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2-6-2 Triple Play

I’ve just finished watching the Daily Rewind for yesterday’s games and they left the best play until last. The D-Rays turned the first ever 2-6-2 triple play in MLB history against the Mariners. Out 1 – J.P. Howell strikes out Raul Ibanez swinging. Out 2 – D-Rays catcher Dioner Navarro immediately guns the ball to […]

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