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Believe it or not, there are still some fantasy leagues which don’t feature Hisashi Iwakuma — even though the Japanese import has a 7-1 record with a 1.79 ERA. And that WHIP? A miniscule 0.82. That’s probably due to all the OOPs in the American League. RotoExperts’ Mike Cardano wants to know what’s up with that eight percent of fantasy leagues which don’t have him. Fools!
All was fairly quiet in the sporting world last night, except for the fact that DeAndre Jordan was at the Twilight premiere. Or at the very least, just passing through. Still classic. Read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. Now, on to our morning words of wisdom.
After the Reds beat the Pirates 4-3 in 14 innings last night, Cincinnati second baseman Brandon Phillips took to Twitter to make a rather serious charge against an unidentified player. The tweet (and some video of the incident it might have stemmed from) after the jump.
Well Philadelphia, you’re damned if you do, damned if you don’t in 2012. In this case, the on-their-heels Cincinnati defense made sure the damning would happen no matter how Drew Stubbs fielded the ball Eric Kratz looped to center, thinking he was driving in a few ducks from the pond. Read more after the jump about how the Cincinnati defense constructed the inning-ending double play within a double play.
Young love in the summer is a beautiful thing. It fostered Thursday night in the top of the third inning of the Cincinnati Reds’ matchup in Washington against the Nationals, when Reds second baseman Brandon Phillips showed his delicate affection for Nats first baseman Michael Morse.
Three days ago, Reds pitcher Mike Leake was arrested for allegedly stealing $59.88 worth of Macy’s merchandise…and even your teammates will get on your for an incident that embarrassing.
Pennant races are intense ordeals, so it’s not surprising that games between the Cincinnati Reds and St. Louis Cardinals – who are, for all intents and purposes, tied atop the NL Central standings – are fraught with tension.