Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Stealing Signals: Maybe Jimmy Rollins Should Just Keep It To Himself

Mets 11, Phillies 5 -- Guess the Metropolitans didn't much care for Philly SS Jimmy Rollins saying the Phils were the team to beat in the NL East. They were, of course, but not in the way he intended. On the other hand, John Maine going only 4 and 2/3 for the Mets is not encouraging after last week's top-notch start against the Cards.

Rockies 6, Dodgers 3
- Dodgers P Jason Schmidt tweaks his hammy, possibly while trotting the bases after helping himself with a jack (although the Babes say it was on a grounder), but Matt Kemp's run into the wall was ten times worse.

Yanks 8, Twins 2
- Carl Pavano threw a good game?!?!? Oh yeah, and A-Rod is still hitting like crazy. The back half of the Twins rotation may kill them; Sidney Ponson as your fourth starter = bad idea jeans. Bring up the kids already.

Orioles 6, Tigers 2
- Not a bad way to start a home opener, O's, especially when Daniel Cabrera throws 7+. Now, if only your owner was less of a prick.

Marlins 5, Brewers 3 - Jorge Julio is killing me. Of course, the Marlins win when he takes the night off (more like given the night off) and the Yahoo stats say 404 leagues have teams that have dumped him. Anibal Sanchez (love the name) outpitches Jeff Suppan, whom the Brewers tossed good money at.

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