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  • MLB GDT: Week 6

    Monday, May 5, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Red Sox Tigers In progress Matsuzaka (4-0) Bonderman (2-2)
    White Sox Blue Jays In progress Vazquez (3-2) McGowan (1-2)
    Cubs Reds In progress Dempster (4-0) Cueto (1-3)
    Angels Royals In progress Santana (5-0) Tomko (1-3)
    Cardinals Rockies In progress Pineiro (2-2) Jimenez (1-2)
    Phillies D-Backs 9:40 p.m. Moyer (1-2) Scherzer (0-0) Buy
    Orioles Athletics 10:05 p.m. Olson (1-0) Eveland (3-2) Buy
    Mets Dodgers 10:10 p.m. Perez (2-2) Billingsley (1-4) Buy
    Rangers Mariners 10:10 p.m. Millwood (2-2) Washburn (1-4) Buy

    Tuesday, May 6, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Padres Braves 7:00 p.m. Young (2-2) Jurrjens (3-2) Buy
    Red Sox Tigers 7:05 p.m. Wakefield (2-1) Robertson (1-3) Buy
    Indians Yankees 7:05 p.m. Carmona (3-1) Pettitte (3-3) Buy
    Giants Pirates 7:05 p.m. Sanchez (2-1) Duke (0-2) Buy
    Rays Blue Jays 7:07 p.m. Sonnanstine (4-1) Burnett (3-2) Buy
    Cubs Reds 7:10 p.m. Zambrano (4-1) Harang (1-4) Buy
    Brewers Marlins 7:10 p.m. Suppan (1-1) Olsen (3-1) Buy
    Nationals Astros 8:05 p.m. Hill (0-0) Chacon (0-0) Buy
    Angels Royals 8:10 p.m. Adenhart (0-0) Bannister (3-3) Buy
    Twins White Sox 8:11 p.m. Blackburn (2-1) Floyd (2-1) Buy
    Cardinals Rockies 8:35 p.m. Looper (4-1) Redman (2-2) Buy
    Phillies D-Backs 9:40 p.m. Eaton (0-0) Johnson (1-1) Buy
    Orioles Athletics 10:05 p.m. Burres (3-2) Duchscherer (2-1) Buy
    Mets Dodgers 10:10 p.m. Figueroa (2-1) Kuroda (1-2) Buy
    Rangers Mariners 10:10 p.m. Ponson (1-0) Batista (2-3) Buy

    Wednesday, May 7, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Cubs Reds 12:35 p.m. Lieber (2-1) Volquez (4-1) Buy
    Mets Dodgers 3:10 p.m. Maine (3-2) Penny (5-2) Buy
    Orioles Athletics 3:35 p.m. Guthrie (1-3) Blanton (2-5) Buy
    Padres Braves 7:00 p.m. Wolf (2-1) Hudson (4-2) Buy
    Red Sox Tigers 7:05 p.m. Buchholz (2-2) Galarraga (2-1) Buy
    Indians Yankees 7:05 p.m. Lee (5-0) Wang (6-0) Buy
    Giants Pirates 7:05 p.m. Misch (0-0) Dumatrait (0-1) Buy
    Rays Blue Jays 7:07 p.m. Garza (1-0) Marcum (3-2) Buy
    Brewers Marlins 7:10 p.m. Bush (0-3) Badenhop (0-2) Buy
    Nationals Astros 8:05 p.m. Perez (0-3) Oswalt (3-3) Buy
    Angels Royals 8:10 p.m. Weaver (2-4) Greinke (3-1) Buy
    Twins White Sox 8:11 p.m. Hernandez (4-1) Buehrle (1-3) Buy
    Cardinals Rockies 8:35 p.m. Wainwright (3-1) Francis (0-3) Buy
    Phillies D-Backs 9:40 p.m. Kendrick (2-2) Owings (4-1) Buy
    Rangers Mariners 10:10 p.m. Padilla (4-2) Bedard (2-1) Buy

    Thursday, May 8, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Giants Pirates 12:35 p.m. Cain (1-2) Maholm (2-3) Buy
    Padres Braves 1:00 p.m. Germano (0-3) Reyes (1-0) Buy
    Indians Yankees 1:05 p.m. Byrd (1-2) Mussina (4-3) Buy
    Twins White Sox 2:05 p.m. TBD Danks (2-3) Buy
    Cardinals Rockies 3:05 p.m. Lohse (3-1) De La Rosa (0-1) Buy
    Phillies D-Backs 3:40 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Red Sox Tigers 7:05 p.m. Beckett (3-2) Verlander (1-5) Buy
    Rays Blue Jays 7:07 p.m. Jackson (2-3) Litsch (4-1) Buy
    Brewers Marlins 7:10 p.m. Villanueva (1-3) Hendrickson (5-1) Buy
    Nationals Astros 8:05 p.m. Lannan (2-3) Backe (2-3) Buy
    Orioles Royals 8:10 p.m. Cabrera (2-1) Hochevar (2-1) Buy
    Rangers Mariners 10:10 p.m. Gabbard (1-0) TBD Buy

    Friday, May 9, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    D-Backs Cubs 2:20 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Braves Pirates 7:05 p.m. Glavine (0-1) Snell (2-2) Buy
    Yankees Tigers 7:05 p.m. Rasner (1-0) Rogers (2-3) Buy
    Blue Jays Indians 7:05 p.m. Halladay (3-4) Sabathia (1-5) Buy
    Angels Rays 7:10 p.m. Garland (4-3) Shields (3-2) Buy
    Reds Mets 7:10 p.m. Belisle (1-2) Pelfrey (2-2) Buy
    Marlins Nationals 7:35 p.m. Nolasco (1-3) Chico (0-5) Buy
    Athletics Rangers 8:05 p.m. Gaudin (3-2) TBD Buy
    Cardinals Brewers 8:05 p.m. Wellemeyer (3-1) Parra (1-2) Buy
    Orioles Royals 8:10 p.m. Trachsel (1-4) TBD Buy
    Red Sox Twins 8:10 p.m. Lester (2-2) TBD Buy
    Rockies Padres 10:05 p.m. TBD Peavy (4-1) Buy
    White Sox Mariners 10:10 p.m. TBD Hernandez (2-2) Buy
    Phillies Giants 10:15 p.m. TBD Lincecum (4-1) Buy
    Astros Dodgers 10:40 p.m. Moehler (0-0) Lowe (2-2) Buy

    Saturday, May 10, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Reds Mets 1:10 p.m. TBD Santana (3-2) Buy
    D-Backs Cubs 3:40 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Yankees Tigers 3:40 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Cardinals Brewers 3:40 p.m. TBD Sheets (4-0) Buy
    Phillies Giants 4:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Braves Pirates 7:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Blue Jays Indians 7:05 p.m. TBD Laffey (0-2) Buy
    Angels Rays 7:10 p.m. Saunders (6-0) Kazmir (0-1) Buy
    Orioles Royals 7:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Red Sox Twins 7:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Marlins Nationals 7:10 p.m. TBD Redding (4-2) Buy
    Athletics Rangers 8:05 p.m. Gaudin (3-2) TBD Buy
    Rockies Padres 10:05 p.m. TBD Maddux (2-3) Buy
    White Sox Mariners 10:10 p.m. TBD Silva (3-1) Buy
    Astros Dodgers 10:10 p.m. TBD Billingsley (1-4) Buy

    Sunday, May 11, 2008
    All Times Eastern
    No data available for this date.
    Away Home Time (ET) Away Probable Home Probable MLB.TV Tickets
    Yankees Tigers 1:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Blue Jays Indians 1:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Reds Mets 1:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Braves Pirates 1:35 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Marlins Nationals 1:35 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Angels Rays 1:40 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Cardinals Brewers 2:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Orioles Royals 2:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    D-Backs Cubs 2:20 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Athletics Rangers 3:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Rockies Padres 4:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Phillies Giants 4:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    White Sox Mariners 4:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Astros Dodgers 4:10 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
    Red Sox Twins 8:05 p.m. TBD TBD Buy
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  • #2
    Coco Cordero is trying to blow it for the Reds.

    First two have reached
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    • #3
      Haha, Cubs had the bases loaded but Fontenot is thrown out at home trying to score on a wild pitch. DLee ended the game, again.

      TOP OF THE NINTH INNING

      Cordero in to pitch for Cincinnati
      Fontenot singled to left center field
      Pie singled to left field , Fontenot to second
      Ward, pinch hitting for Wood, lined out to right center field
      Soriano walked , Fontenot to third, Pie to second
      Fontenot out at the plate 2-1, Pie to third, Soriano to second on a wild pitch
      Theriot walked
      D Lee grounded out to first, unassisted
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      "I told myself from the beginning, 'If he's going to throw a shutout, then he's going to tie,' ... he was not going to beat me today." ---Adam Wainwright, 8/11/10
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      • #4
        scherzer's thrown 92 pitches and it's only the 4th inning.
        Sometimes elections have positive consequences!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by cardinalgirl View Post
          scherzer's thrown 92 pitches and it's only the 4th inning.
          !!!!

          I am surprised the GDT is not littered with obscenities from you after Duncan's adventures in left.
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          • #6
            I haven't been home so he gets a day off from hearing me bitch. What's done is done....and if I didn't see it then all the better.
            Sometimes elections have positive consequences!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Tazlaz View Post
              Haha, Cubs had the bases loaded but Fontenot is thrown out at home trying to score on a wild pitch. DLee ended the game, again.

              TOP OF THE NINTH INNING

              Cordero in to pitch for Cincinnati
              Fontenot singled to left center field
              Pie singled to left field , Fontenot to second
              Ward, pinch hitting for Wood, lined out to right center field
              Soriano walked , Fontenot to third, Pie to second
              Fontenot out at the plate 2-1, Pie to third, Soriano to second on a wild pitch
              Theriot walked
              D Lee grounded out to first, unassisted
              Of course you do.

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              • #8
                Scherzer gave up 7H, 5R (only 2 earned) and struck out 5 in 4 innings.

                Dbags getting killed 10-2
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                • #9
                  Haha - they just said Jamie Moyer is 21 years, 250 days older than Scherzer.
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                  • #10
                    Speaking of that Scherzer fellow, ESPN just showed a picture showing Scherzer with one blue eye and one brown one.

                    Funky.
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                    • #11
                      The Washington Nationals are having attendance issues in their new ballpark

                      http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/news;_yl...yhoo&type=lgns


                      Weak attendance could be a National emergency
                      By Jeff Passan, Yahoo! Sports
                      May 5, 2:00 am EDT

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                      WASHINGTON – Stan Kasten’s two families converged this week. Down south, his daughter graduated from the University of Florida. And here, where he’s president of the Washington Nationals, his baby turned a month old.

                      Nationals Park, the city’s $611 million gift to bring baseball back after a 34-year hiatus, is a perfectly acceptable new stadium. It is not transcendent like its Beltway neighbor, Camden Yards in Baltimore, and not a billion-dollar homage to gluttony like the new Yankee Stadium will be. It is a good place to take the family for $5 a ticket, grab a drink in the packed center-field bar, watch a footrace involving people wearing giant foam heads of dead presidents, ogle the HD video screen and soak in a gorgeous day like Sunday, when the sun beamed, a breeze whistled through the Southeast and the game-time temperature registered at 72.




                      Not even the perfect afternoon could fill the stadium for the second time, and it may be a while until the Nationals play to another sellout. Since packing Nationals Park on Opening Day and watching Ryan Zimmerman christen it with a game-ending home run, fans have been curiously absent. On Sunday, the Nationals’ announced paid attendance was 30,564, just above the 41,222-seat stadium’s average of 29,686 that ranks in the bottom half of baseball.

                      “Our attendance has been terrific,” Kasten said. “Whether people are sitting in those seats or not, more and more are coming in.”

                      Kasten is either an optimist, a great façade builder or a man with a plan he doesn’t want to share – or, perhaps, all three. Because his public stance on the new stadium falling short of anticipated attendance is surprisingly calm, even when small pieces of evidence stack into one worrisome situation.

                      The Nationals’ season-ticket base, though up from 15,000 last season to 18,000, remains significantly short of the 22,500 sold during their first season in 2005 after moving from Montreal. They’re almost guaranteed to finish with the worst attendance in all numbers – total, average and percentage – for a new stadium since Cincinnati opened Great American Ball Park in 2003. In Washington’s low point, the second game in Nationals Park actually had worse attendance than the second game at decrepit RFK Stadium last year.

                      “Sounds like you’re a lot more concerned about this than me,” Kasten said.

                      Perhaps so, though Kasten can’t ignore the games on television where it looks as though the Nationals are playing to a crowd of ushers. The President seats, positioned behind home plate, go for more than $300 apiece, and they’re selling like underwear at a nudist colony. Every pitch, the view is the same: hitter, catcher, umpire and about 25 of their unoccupied blue friends.

                      There are explanations. The NHL’s Capitals and NBA’s Wizards each made playoff runs in the same season for the first time in more than two decades. The weather, especially for the Nationals’ second game, was miserable. More than anything, though, an unlikely culprit can account for the paltry behind-the-plate attendance.

                      Part of Washington’s allure, when Major League Baseball planned the move from Montreal, involved the potential fan base. Smart, fanatical and, best of all, with loads of disposable income.

                      Then Jack Abramoff tried to buy off all of Washington. New lobbying laws soon followed, and now the maximum gift given to a lawmaker cannot exceed $50. Which means all the Presidential tickets – $325 for single-game ones, $335 on Saturday and $400 for the front row, all more than the best seat at Yankee Stadium, which goes for $250 – that should have gone from lobbyist to Congressman to hard-working staffer no longer exist, and the market won’t get any hotter unless the Nationals do, too.

                      “That’s a factor,” Kasten said. “The economy is a factor. Where we are in our development cycle in our team is a factor. I don’t think (we’re going to lower ticket prices). Not really. It’s not something we’re anticipating.

                      “It’s clear to me that when we turn the corner as a team, they’ll come.”

                      And this, more than anything, inspires Kasten’s calmness. He sees improvement at the major-league level, Sunday’s 5-2 win against Pittsburgh was the Nationals’ eighth in 10 games. He understands contending this year is a long shot. There’s not enough talent. The Nationals are Zimmerman and enough question marks to outfit the Riddler.

                      Their farm system is more an exclamation point. Since taking over in 2006, Kasten has made rebuilding the Nationals’ farm system a priority. One of his first hires was Mike Rizzo, the scouting impresario who ran the Arizona Diamondbacks’ drafts that have borne perhaps the best team in baseball. In last year’s draft, the Nationals reloaded a system that had gone dry, and now, Kasten said with pride, the cumulative record of Washington’s minor-league affiliates is the fourth best in baseball.

                      The evolution of Washington’s franchise will be one of the big stories in baseball over the next five years. With any success, the President seats will start selling, and the $400,000-a-year suites that are two-thirds sold will be the hottest non-Redskins ticket in town, and between the gate receipts and the money from the Mid-Atlantic Sports Network, the Nationals will turn into a financial powerhouse.

                      From there, they’ll pick up a hole-plugging free agent or two. Never a huge contract, because, as Kasten said, “I don’t have to remind you how fraught with peril the haphazard pursuit of free agency is.”

                      Translation: We don’t need a Barry Zito.

                      For now, the Nationals want to make the present as palatable as possible. They use gimmicks to help create what Kasten deems “an experience” – kids standing at each position on the field when the Nationals run out for the first inning, the Presidents Race where George and Abe go head to head and other such events that both enhance the entertainment and take away from the fact that the baseball isn’t quite there.

                      “It’s going to happen,” Kasten said. “I don’t know which comes first. But neither one depends on the other. We’re going to continue to have the best experience we can at the ballpark. At the same time we’re building a franchise.”

                      Kasten has time. His baby is only a month old. He can only hope it starts walking sooner than later.
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                      • #12
                        Barry Zito is back in the Giants rotation...adjust your fantasy teams' lineups accordingly...

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by 007 View Post
                          Barry Zito is back in the Giants rotation...adjust your fantasy teams' lineups accordingly...
                          Start your hitters who are playing the Giants?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by backstop View Post
                            Start your hitters who are playing the Giants?
                            Pick up whatever pitcher is facing off against Barry Zito that day?
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                            • #15
                              Gavin Floyd of the White Sox has a no-hitter through 7.

                              Gavin. Floyd.

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