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Saturday, March 24, 2012
04:05 PM - March 24, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays started off by losing to Cleveland after blowing a 4-0 lead with Romero on the mound. They would bounce back next 3 games winning vs. the Yankees, Red Sox, and Athletics. Omar Vizquel was hit by a pitch in the game vs. Oakland and will be out 15 days (sent to 15-day DL). SS Elliot Johnson was called up to replace him. The Blue Jays are now 27-5

Game 29: Blue Jays 4, Indians 5:
W: Jimenez (2-4), L: Villanueva (3-1), SV: Perez
Blue Jays:
Bautista - 1/3 R, 3B
Lind - 1/3 RBI, 2B
Lawrie - 1/3 R
Johnson - 2/3 HR(5), 2RBI, 3B, 2R
Young - 2/2 RBI
Romero - 3.1IP 4H, 4ER, 3K
Kipnis - 1/3 RBI, R
Laporta - 2/3 2RBI, R, 2B
Pagnozzi - 1/2 RBI
Kotchman - 1/2 RBI
Jimenez - 4IP, 8H, 4ER, BB, K

- The Jays blew a game they should of won with ace Romero on the mound. Toronto started by getting a RBI double from Adam Lind in the 2nd after a Bautista triple. Next inning, they made it 4-0 when Johnson hit a 2-Run HR, and Young drove in a RBI single. Romero allowed 4 runs however, in the 4th as Kipnis, Pagnozzi and Laporta (2RBI Double) tied it up. In the 5th with Villanueva in, Kotchman drove in the winning RBI single to end the game 5-4 Indians

Game 30: Blue Jays 2, Yankees 0:
W: Chacin (6-1), L: Pineda (3-3), SV: Santos (13)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/2 R, SB
Bautista - 1/2 HR(10), 2RBI, R
Chacin - 4.1IP 1H, 0ER, 3K
Pineda - 5IP 4H, 2ER K

- Toronto gets a big win here vs. a tough Yankees team and have had the advantage against them all season. Chacin pitched another 1 hitter and has been easily the teams best SP this year. Jackson started the game with a single, and stolen base, and Bautista came up next and drove a 2-Run HR over the wall to make it 2-0. Thats all they would need to end the game with the win.

Game 31: Blue Jays 3, Red Sox 1:
W: Alvarez (5-1), L: Buchholtz (4-1), SV: Santos (13)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/3 RBI
Lawrie - 2/3 R
Johnson - 1/3 RBI, R, 3B, K
Young - 0/1 RBI, SF
Robinson - 2/2 R, SB
Alvarez - 3.1IP 1H, 1ER, 3K
Red Sox:
Ortiz - 0/1 RBI, SF
Buchholtz - 5IP 10H, 3ER, BB, K

The Jays turn another 1 hit performance out of a SP, this time in Alvarez as he only allowed 1 hit which ended up coming around to score off a Ortiz Sacrifice Fly in the 4th. In the 3rd, Jackson hit an RBI single to score Robinson, and in the 4th, Young hit a Sacrifice Fly, and Johnson hit a RBI triple off the green monster to make it 3-1 which would be your final score.

Game 32: Blue Jays 7, Athletics 0:
W: Beachy (6-1), L: Colon (3-3)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 1/3 R, SB, K
Johnson - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B, K
Bautista - 1/3 RBI, R, 2B
Lind - 1/2 RBI, R
Arencieba - 1/2 HR(5), 2RBI, R
Young - 2/2, R
Robinson - 1/2 HR(5), 2RBI, R
Beachy - 3.1IP, 2H, 0ER, 3K
Colon - 0.2IP 7H, 7ER, 1K

- The Jays blew Colon out of the water, scoring all 7 runs in the 1st inning. Johnson it a RBI double, Bautista RBI double, Lind RBI single, Arencieba hit a 2-Run HR, and last but not least, Trayvon Robinson hit a 2-Run HR to make it 7-0. Beachy made his Jays debut pitching 3.1 innings of 2 hit ball fanning 3.
Dynasty: BlueJays09


November 17, 2012 @ Joe Louis Arena
Calgary Flames at Detroit Red Wings
Nov 17, 2012123F
CGY (10-8-1)0224
DET (13-5-3)4015
Three Stars
Niklas Kronwall(det)
1g, 2a, 3 hits, 1 shot +3
Jarome Iginila(cgy)
2g, 5 hits, 6 shots
Pavel Datsyuk(det)
1g, 1a, 1shot, +1
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal2637
Faceoffs Won-Lost3329
Penalty Minutes4:006:00
Power Plays Converted01
Power Play Opportunities32
Time on Attack14:0417:49
Scoring Summary
DET4:11-Justin Abdelkader(4)- (Helm, Kronwall)
DET11:05- Niklas Kronwall(2), (Datsyuk)
DET13:18- Pavel Datsyuk(9), (Kronwall, Filppula)
DET13:29- Brendan Smith(2), (Zetterberg, Franzen)
CGY3:37- Jarome Iginla(5), (Giordano, Cammalleri)
CGY5:23- Brandon Prust(2), (Tanguay, Stajan)
CGY8:33- Jarome Iginla(6), (Backlund, Cammalleri)
DET12:27- Tomas Tatar(9), (Filppula, Kindl)
CGY15:42- Matt Stajan(4), (Tanguay)
Calgary Flames - Goalies
Mikka Kiprusoff1818100%0.00
Lukas Mensator151067%12.24
Detroit Red Wings - Goalies
Jimmy Howard262285%4.00

Game Notes:
Detroit jumped out to a 4 goal lead but Calgary roared back to make it 4-3. Tatar's goal gave Wings a 2 goal lead, Calgary again made it a 1 goal game. Wings were able to hold on for their 4th straight win.

Dynasty: datszatta
12:58 PM - March 24, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Blue Jays make another move to solidify their team as the trade deadline looms dealing SP Brett Cecil, RP Loren Caridad (AAA), and SP Domingo Balfour (AA) to Atlanta for SP Brain Beachy. Beachy adds to a solid rotation that already includes Romero, Chacin, Luebke, and Alvarez and is looking to be a major contended this year for sure. Jays GM says this is probably the last trade unless its a minor depth move or if the team see's a move for Young that could benefit them later but help in playoffs. It looks like the Jays are done dealing for this season but who knows.

Pitching Rotation:
Ricky Romero
Jhoulys Chacin
Henderson Alvarez
Brain Beachy
Cory Luebke
Kyle Drabek
Dustin McGowan
Brad Penny
Kyle Davies
Lesyon Deeds
Aaron Laffey
Dynasty: BlueJays09
10:06 AM - March 24, 2012. Written by datszatta

November 14, 2012 @ Bridgestone Arena
Detroit Red Wings at Nashville Predators
Nov 14, 20102123F
DET (12-5-3)0123
NSH ()0000
Three Stars
Jimmy Howard(det)
1.00%sv, shutout, 20sa/20sv
Pekka Rinne(nsh)
94.9%, 39sa/ 36sv
Tomas Tatar(det)
1 goal, 1 hit, 4 shots +1
Team Stats Comparison
Shots on Goal4120
Faceoffs Won-Lost3537
Penalty Minutes0:0012:00
Power Plays Converted00
Power Play Opportunities60
Time on Attack21:2114:31
Scoring Summary
DET9:53- Drew Miller(1)- (Abdelkader, Mursak)
DET17:41- Gustav Nyquist(5)- (Franzen, Zetterberg)
DET19:41- Tomas Tatar(8)- (Datsyuk, Kindl) EN
Detroit Red Wings - Goalies
Jimmy Howard2020100%0.00
Nashville Predators - Goalies
Pekka Rinne393795%2.00
Dynasty: datszatta
Los Angeles Dodgers at Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 18, 2012123456789RHE
Los Angeles (7-5)62113010014200
Milwaukee (5-7)0011200004111
W: Chad Billingsley (2-0) L: Yovani Gallardo (0-2) S: N/A
Scoring Summary
LAD1Kemp lined to left for a single. Gordon scores. Hairston Jr. advances to 2nd. 10
LAD1Ethier homered to center. Hairston Jr. scores. Kemp scores40
LAD1Sands homered to left. Loney scores.60
LAD2Ethier doubled to right. Gordon scores.70
LAD2Loney doubled to right. Ethier scores.80
LAD3Gordon doubled on a ground rule double. Uribe scores.90
MIL3Weeks grounded to right for a single. Gonzalez scores. Morgan advances to 2nd.91
LAD4Treanor grounded to left for a single Loney scores. Sands advances to 2nd.101
MIL4Kottaras lined to left for a single. Lucroy scores. Gonzalez advances to 2nd.102
LAD5Hairston Jr. homered to center. Gordon scores. 122
LAD5Kemp homered to left.132
MIL5Weeks homered to left.133
MIL5Braun homered to center.134
LAD7Ethier lined to left for a single. Gordon scores.144
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS646100.320
Hairston Jr, 2B423220.455
Kemp, CF622202.222
Ethier, RF623502.391
Loney, 1B522110.261
Sands, LF411210.324
Uribe, 3B512001.250
Treanor, C512100.222
Billingsley, P400002.000
Rivera, PH100000.091
Guerrier, P000000.000
Elbert, P000000.000
MacDougal, P000000.000
2B: D. Gordon 2 (2), A. Ethier (8), J. Loney (4), J Uribe (1)
HR: M. Kemp (3), A. Ethier (5), J. Sands (3), J Hairston Jr. (2)
RBI: D. Gordon (2), M. Kemp 2 (9), A. Ethier 5 (12), J. Loney (5), J. Sands 2 (9), M. Treanor (1), J. Hairston Jr. 2 (3)
GIDP: M. Kemp, M. Treanor
Los Angeles Dodgers
C. Billingsley (W, 2-0)7.01044226.19
M. Guerrier1.0000014.50
S. Elbert0.1100011.59
M. MacDougal0.2000004.76
Milwaukee Brewers
Morgan, CF501002.351
Weeks, 2B513200.255
Braun, LF311110.280
Ramirez, 3B401000.364
Hart, RF400001.295
Lucrouy, C412000.310
Gamel, 1B400001.178
Gonzalez, SS311010.268
Gallardo, P000000.000
Ullman, P000000.000
Kottaras, PH101100.250
Loe, P000000.000
Estrada, P000000.000
Farris, PH100000.333
Rodriguez, P000000.000
Braddock, P000000.000
Patterson, PH101000.714
2B: A. Ramirez (2)
HR: R. Weeks (2), R. Braun (2)
RBI: R. Weeks 2 (5), R. Braun (8), G. Kottaras (1)
SAC: J. Ullman
GIDP: R. Weeks, A. Ramirez
E: M. Gamel (2)
Milwaukee Brewers
Y. Gallardo (L, 0-2)1.27871015.68
J. Ullman2.1622146.14
K. Loe1.03330015.75
M. Estrada1.0000010.00
F. Rodriguez1.0211205.06
Z. Braddock2.0200021.93

Game notes: What a night for the Dodgers offense. Dee Gordon raised his batting average by 93 points with a 6-6 performance at the plate including a pair of doubles. Jerry Hairston Jr. and Andre Ethier both homered for the second night in a row. It seemed that everyone got in on the action. Not to be forgotten in the mix was a more than adequate start from Chad Billingsley and a near-perfect bullpen showing. Tomorrow night is the series finale in Milwaukee where Los Angeles goes for thier 5th straight win.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
Los Angeles Dodgers at Milwaukee Brewers
Apr 17, 2012123456789RHE
Los Angeles (6-5)100000020360
Milwaukee (5-6)001000000161
W: Kenley Jansen (1-0) L: Zack Greinke (1-1) S: Javy Guerra (3)
Scoring Summary
LAD1Hairston Jr. homered to left.10
MIL3Gomez homered to left.11
LAD8Kemp homered to left. Gordon scores.31
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS412000.227
Hairston Jr, 2B411102.286
Kemp, CF411201.205
Ethier, RF400000.375
Loney, 1B400001.244
Sands, LF402000.333
Uribe, 3B300012.182
Bard, C100010.094
Gwynn Jr, PH100000.250
Treanor, C100001.250
Kershaw, P200000.000
Jansen, P100000.000
Elbert, P000000.000
Guerrier, P000000.000
Guerra, P000000.000
2B: J. Sands 2 (6)
HR: M. Kemp (2), J. Hairston Jr (1)
RBI: M. Kemp 2 (7), J. Hairston Jr (1)
SB: D. Gordon (5)
CS: D. Gordon (3)
Los Angeles Dodgers
C. Kershaw6.0411533.12
K. Jansen (W, 1-0)1.0000013.18
S. Elbert (H, 2)0.1000011.69
M. Guerrier (H, 2)0.2000015.40
J. Guerra (S, 3)1.0200002.25
Milwaukee Brewers
Gomez, CF211121.267
Weeks, 2B400000.220
Braun, LF301010.277
Ramirez, 3B302010.375
Hart, RF401000.325
Lucroy, C301011.289
Gonzalez, SS300000.263
Loe, P000000.000
Veras, P000000.000
Gamel, 1B300002.195
Greinke, P200002.000
Izturis, SS100000.364
HR: C. Gomez (1)
RBI: C. Gomez (2)
GIDP: R. Braun, A. Ramirez, C. Hart, M. Gamel
CS: C. Gomez (2)
E: J. Veras (1)
Milwaukee Brewers
Z. Greinke (L, 1-1)7.1522242.01
K. Loe0.21110112.00
J. Veras1.0000020.00

Game notes: Clayton Kershaw struggled with his control tonight, walking 5 Brewers in 6 innings of work, but his defense backed him up with 4 double plays. Unfortunately, he didn't last long enough to get a decision, as Matt Kemp's 425ft. 2-run blast in the top of the 8th was the difference in the game as the Dodgers took the opening contest of this 3-game set, 3-1. Also of note: Andre Ethier's 8-game hitting streak came to an end with an 0-4 performance tonight. He'll have to start over again tomorrow to try to match his 30-game streak from a year ago.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
Friday, March 23, 2012
10:57 PM - March 23, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays head into the All Star break on a tear, winning another 4 games to give them a 24-4 record. Austin Jackson has been a beast in 2 games for the Jays (see 27, 28) and will continue to be expected for runs, hits, steals and defense. The team is really excited to have him long term. The American All Stars won the game 4-2 which included 4 Blue Jays Bats:
- Jose Bautista
- Kelly Johnson
- Brett Lawrie
- JP Arencieba
** Adam Lind despite being 1st in Hits, HR, RBI was snubbed from the All Star!

Game 25: Blue Jays 1, Red Sox 0:
W: Luebke (2-3),. L: Aceves (3-2), SV: Santos (10)
Blue Jays:
Johnson - 2/3 R
Bautista - 1/2 RBI, 2B
Robinson - 2/2 2-SB
Luebke - 4IP 1H, 0ER, 3K
Red Sox:
Aceves - 5IP 5H, 1ER, BB, K

- The Jays finally get a victory against Boston behind Luebke 4 inning 1 hit, 4K game. The only run came off a Bautista RBI double in the 4th inning. This was definitely a statement game for Toronto proving they can beat the greats.

Game 26: Blue Jays 1, Angels 0 (8 Innings):
W: Oliver (2-1), L: Weaver (3-2)
Blue Jays:
Johnson - 1/4 2B, R, SB, K
Bautista - 0/3 RBI, 2K, SF
Romero - 6.1IP 4H, 0ER, 5K
Weaver - 7.2IP 6H, 1ER, 4K

- This was as good as a pitchers duel as you get. Romero went 6.1 innings allowing 4 hits and striking out 5 before being pulled for Oliver for matchups. Weaver was equally strong allowing only 1 run on 6 hits in 7.2 innings. The only run came in inning 8, where Johnson doubled, stole third, and was driven in by a Bautista Sacrifice Fly for the win.

Game 27: Blue Jays 3, Royals 0:
W: Chacin (5-1), L: Paulino (1-3), SV: Santos (11)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 2/2 RBI, R, 2B
Bautista - 2/2 HR (8), 2RBI, R
Robinson - 1/1 R, SB
Chacin - 4IP, 1H, 0ER, 4K, BB
Paulino - 4IP 7H, 3ER, 0K

- Another shutout, and who better than Chacin. He adds a 1 hitter to go along with his perfect game and has been a gem for Toronto. He went 4 innings only allowing 1 run, and fanning 4. Austin Jackson in his debut went 2/2 with a double a Run, and an RBI driving in Trayvon Robinson in the 3rd. The other offense came in the 1st, when Bautista hit his 8th HR, a solo shot for the 3-0 win.

Game 28: Blue Jays 5, White Sox 1:
W: Alvarez (4-1), L: Danks (2-3)
Blue Jays:
Jackson - 3/3 2R, 3-SB
Escobar - 1/2 RBI, R
Bautista - 1/2 HR(9), 2RBI, BB
Lind - 1/3 RBI
Arencieba - 1/2 HR(5), RBI, R
Alvarez - 3IP 3H, 0ER, 4K
White Sox:
Danks - 5IP 8H, 5ER, BB
Ramirez - 1/3 RBI K
De Aza - 2/3 R, 2-2B

- Last game before the break, and the Jays get their revenge for the early season loss. Alvarez went 3 innings allowing 3 hits and fanning 4. In the 1st Jackson singled and stole 2nd (he had 3 stolen bases) and was scored by Escobar RBI single. Bautista the hit a 2-Run HR to make it 3-0. In the 2nd, Arencieba hit a solo HR to make it 4-0. Lind drove in Jackson again with a RBI single in the 5th, and Alexi Ramirez got an RBI single off McClellan after a De Aza double to finish the scoring 5-1.

Toronto Blue Jays Stats (All Star Break):
1B Adam Lind - .452, 11HR, 27RBI, 19R, 0SB
RF/3B Jose Bautista - .435, 9HR, 19RBI, 17R, 0SB
C JP Arencieba - .364, 5HR, 19RBI, 7R, 0SB
3B/2B Brett Lawrie - .348, 5HR, 13RBI, 14R, 4SB
CF Austin Jackson - .329, 1HR, 5RBI, 13R, 11SB
SS Yunel Escobar - .325, 1HR, 8RBI, 13R, 0SB
2B Kelly Johnson - .299, 4HR, 6RBI, 13R, 1SB
LF Trayvon Robinson - .262, 4HR, 7RBI, 6R, 4SB
DH/LF Delmon Young - .194, 1HR, 4RBI, 3R, 0SB
CF Franklin Gutierrez - .429, 0HR, 0RBI, 0R, 1SB
LF/DH Eric Thames - .417, 0HR, 1RBI, 0R, 0SB
3B/SS Omar Vizquel - .333, 0HR, 0RBI, 1R, 0SB
C Jeff Mathis - .000, 0HR, 0RBI, 0R, 0SB
SP Henderson Alvarez (4-1) - 17.1IP, 4.15ERA, 16K
SP Cory Luebke (2-3) - 21IP, 3.43ERA, 20K
SP Brett Cecil (3-0) - 15.1IP, 2.35ERA, 13K
SP Jhoulys Chacin (5-1) - 23IP, 1.57ERA, 15K
SP Ricky Romero (4-0) - 26.1IP, 0.68ERA, 28K
CL Sergio Santos (0-0, 11SV) - 11.2IP, .000ERA, 10K
SU Francisco Cordero (0-1, 3H, 1SV) - 8.1IP, 3.24ERA, 9K
SU Casey Janssen (0-0) - 5.2IP, .000ERA, 7K
MR Kyle McClellan (0-0) - 7.1IP, 2.45ERA, 7K
MR Darren Oliver (2-1, 1H) - 7.2IP, 2.35ERA, 7K
LR Carlos Villanueva (3-0) - 11.2IP, 0.77IP, 10K
MR Jason Frasor (0-0) - 3IP, .000ERA, 4K

Minor League Notables:
OF Ben Francisco - .315, 2HR, 13RBI, 6R
DH Ed French - .288, 3HR, 11RBI, 8R, 1SB
1B David Cooper - .277, 2HR, 7RBI, 8R
C Travis d'Arnaud - .264, 1HR, 10RBI, 11R
SS Elliot Johnson - .257, 0HR, 5RBI, 9R, 3SB
CF/INF Mike McCoy - .238, 1HR, 10RBI, 5R, 1SB
2B Luis Valbuena - .225, 3HR, 10RBI, 8R
OF Mike Cameron - .186, 1HR, 2RBI, 7R
3B Valentino Bochy - .167, 0HR, 2RBI, 2R
SP Kyle Drabek - 3-1, 5.40ERA, 10K
SP Dustin McGowan - 1-5, 3.69ERA, 29K
SP Brad Penny - 3-2, 3.00ERA, 19K
SP Kyle Davies - 3-2, 3.00ERA, 33K
SP Leyson Deeds - 1-1, 1.13ERA, 16K
SP/RP Aaron Laffey - 2-1, 2.61ERA, 19K

AL East Standings:
1) Toronto Blue Jays 24-4 - 0GB
2) Boston Red Sox 18-10 - 6GB
3) New York Yankees 16-12 - 8GB
4) Tampa Bay Rays 13-15 - 11GB
5) Baltimore Orioles 13-15 - 11GB

Free Agent @ Seasons End:
Kelly Johnson - Depends on FA available
Jeff Mathis - Not expected to resign
Delmon Young - Not expected to resign
Omar Vizquel - Not expected to resign
Daren Oliver - Might be resigned
Francisco Cordero - Expected to resign
Jason Frasor - Not expected to resign
Casey Janssen - Might resign
Carlos Villanueva - Expected to resign
Brad Penny - No
Dustin McGowan - Maybe
Kyle Davies - No

NEXT: Indians, Yankees, Red Sox, Athletics
Dynasty: BlueJays09
10:38 PM - March 23, 2012. Written by MikeFlu
In a sucessful home series against the division rival Padres, the Dodgers managed to squeak out 2 wins in the 3 game set. Both wins came by a 2-1 score and were vastly different. Don Mattingly used a new lineup in the series finale, but it was pitching and Andre Ethier that ended up being the difference. Ethier led off the 10th inning with a walk-off inside the park home run to finish off the Padres. Mark Ellis injured his forearm during the game, but with a day off before travelling to Milwaukee, he isn't expected to miss much, if any playing time.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers
Apr 15, 2012123456789ExtrasRHE
San Diego (6-4)0000000010180
Los Angeles (5-5)0000010001250
W: Rubby De La Rosa (2-0) L: Joe Thatcher (0-1) S: N/A
Scoring Summary
LAD6Capuano reached 1st on fielder's choice (5-4). Treanor out. Uribe scores.01
SDG9Headley grounded out to Hairston Jr. (4-3). Guzman scores. Hermida advances to 3rd.11
LAD10Ethier homered to left.12
San Diego Padres
Maybin, CF400012.333
Bartlett, SS400001.297
Guzman, 1B411000.269
Quentin, LF030010.237
Hermida, PH-LF000000.000
Hedley, 3B400100.216
Baker, C400001.300
Venable, RF201001.182
Alonso, PH101000.417
Kotsay, PR-RF000010.500
Hudson, 2B401000.184
Richard, P200001.000
Frieri, P000000.000
Hundley, PH101000.171
Owings, P000000.000
Rhode, PH100000.000
Thatcher, P000000.000
2B: C. Quentin (2)
RBI: C. Headley (6)
GIDP: C. Headley, O. Hudson, S. Rhode
SB: C. Maybin (4)
San Diego Padres
C. Richard6.1411031.42
E. Frieri0.2000000.00
M. Owings2.0000104.50
J. Thatcher (L, 0-1)0.0111001.35
TOTALS9.052213 3
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS401000.200
Ellis, 2B200001.297
Hairston, 2B200000.333
Kemp, CF300010.200
Ethier, RF412101.417
Rivera, LF300000.100
Loney, 1B300001.270
Uribe, 3B311000.250
Treanor, C301000.333
Capuano, P200100.000
Coffey, P000000.000
Sands, PH100000.310
Guerra, P000000.000
De La Rosa, P000000.000
2B: A. Ethier (7)
HR: A. Ethier (4)
RBI: C. Capuano (1), A. Ethier (7)
CS: M. Kemp (1)
Los Angeles Dodgers
C. Capuano7.2500164.97
T. Coffey (H, 2)0.1000000.00
J. Guerra (BS, 1)1.0211013.00
R. De La Rosa (W, 2-0)1.0100103.00

Game notes: In an exciting final game of the homestand, the Dodgers came away victorious in 10 innings against San Diego. Using a re-vamped lineup that was hinted at after the game yesterday, the home town heroes were still only able to get 5 hits to fall, but they were important ones. Chris Capuano pitched well, but was pulled after letting two runners on base in the 8th. He also drove in the first run of the game on a groundout in the 6th. After the Juan Guerra gave up the tying run in the 9th, Andre Ethier led off the bottom of the 10th with a line drive to shallow left field that Justin Hermidia's dive failed to come up with. The ball rolled all the way to the wall, allowing Ethier to slide into home plate just ahead of the tag for a walk-off inside-the-park home run. Mark Ellis left the game in the 4th inning after straining his left forearm. He is currently day-to-day.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
06:03 PM - March 23, 2012. Written by Str8Edge4Life
Los Angeles Clippers at New Orleans Hornets
Mar 23, 20121ST2ND3RD4THSCORE
LA Clippers (CPU)32282825113
New Orleans (Me)26282836118
Los Angeles Clippers
Chris Paul, PG251-70-10-0151022
Nick Young, SG244-102-22-25400512
Caron Butler, SF367-222-510-112211126
Blake Griffin, PF213-60-00-0440006
DeAndre Jordan, C378-100-03-414521219
Randy Foye, SG2911-150-03-43120025
Kenyon Martin, PF254-60-00-0810208
Mo Williams, PG224-111-50-0222059
Reggie Evans, C173-60-00-0512016
Eric Bledsoe, PG90-00-00-0300010
Ryan Gomes, SF10-00-00-0000000
TEAM TOTALS45/935/1318/21472510417113
New Orleans Hornets
Jarrett Jack, PG384-91-39-93730518
Marco Belinelli, SG348-157-122-26412225
Trevor Ariza, SF233-51-23-43300110
Jason Smith, PF336-120-07-96011219
Chris Kaman, C387-140-010-128011124
Xavier Henry, SG242-81-32-2130017
Gustavo Ayon, PF161-20-00-0600132
Lance Thomas, PF110-10-02-2130002
Greivis Vasquez, PG112-31-10-0131005
Al-Farouq Aminu, SF102-30-00-0220004
Chris Johnson, C80-20-02-2210002
TEAM TOTALS35/7411/2137/4239267515118
Dynasty: Str8Edge4Life
San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers
Apr 14, 2012123456789RHE
San Diego (6-3)000000010170
Los Angeles (4-5)00010100X250
W: Aaron Harang (1-0) L: Dustin Moseley (0-1) S: Javy Guerra (2)
Scoring Summary
LAD4Ethier homered to right.01
LAD6Ethier doubled to center. Kemp scores.02
SDG8Alonso grounded out to Loney (3U). Kotsay scores.12
San Diego Padres
Maybin, CF401001.371
Bartlett, SS301000.333
Alonso, 1B401100.391
Quentin, LF400000.176
Headley, 3B401002.242
Hundley, C400000.147
Venable, RF301000.161
Cashner, P000000.000
Guzman, PH100000.272
Hudson, 2B301000.176
Moseley, P100000.000
Owings, P000000.000
Kotsay, RF111000.500
2B: J. Bartlett (3), C. Headley (5), W. Venable (3)
RBI: Y. Alonso (7)
SAC: J. Bartlett, D. Moseley
San Diego Padres
D. Moseley (L, 0-1)5.2522241.86
M. Owings0.1000106.75
B. Cashner2.0000022.07
Los Angeles Dodgers
Gordon, SS401000.194
Kennedy, 3B401002.172
Kemp, CF310012.218
Ethier, RF412200.406
Loney, 1B200010.294
Sands, LF201011.321
Ellis, 2B300000.314
Bard, C300000.096
Harang, P300001.000
Guerra, P000000.000
2B: A.Ethier (6)
3B: A. Kennedy (1)
HR: A. Ethier (3)
RBI: A. Ethier 2 (6)
GIDP: M. Ellis
SB: D. Gordon (4)
Los Angeles Dodgers
A. Harang (W, 1-0)8.0711023.46
J. Guerra (S, 2)1.0000010.00

Game notes: Andre Ethier extended his hitting streak to 7 games. Aaron Harang's 8 inning performance was the longest outing for a Dodgers starting pitcher so far this season. Manager Don Mattingly, as a former batting champion, is very disappointed in the lack of production from the top of the lineup and is threatening changes to the batting order. He is also not happy with Josh Bard, although notes that he is playing well behind the plate.
Dynasty: MikeFlu
02:36 PM - March 23, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Blue Jays make a semi-big move today, sending LF/1B Michael Cuddyer, CF Casper Wells, and SS Bobo Cano (AA) to Detroit in return for CF Austin Jackson, and LF Delmon Young. Jays GM said Cuddyer and Wells haven't panned out for us, and we need production from those guys now so we decided to make a move to get Jackson who we like in our future and for Young who will be a great add to our team for this seasons title run. Jackson is expected to lead off and start CF, moving Escobar to the second spot. Young is expected to jump into the DH role when Robinson is in the lineup, and in LF the scattered NL hosted game w/ no DH

New Batting Order:
CF - Austin Jackson
SS - Yunel Escobar
RF - Jose Bautista
1B - Adam Lind
3B - Brett Lawrie
2B - Kelly Johnson
C - JP Arencieba
DH - Delmon Young
LF - Trayvon Robinson
Bench - Eric Thames, Franklin Gutierrez, Omar Vizquel, Jeff Mathis
Dynasty: BlueJays09
01:13 PM - March 23, 2012. Written by BlueJays09
The Jays get 3 more wins against 3 NL teams in Philly, Miami and Milwaukee. They are now 20-4 on the season and rolling, but face a tough Boston team thats right behind them in the standings and have beat the Jays 2/2 games. The Pitching has seemed to be righted while the bats are still churning and thus the Jays are on a roll. The MLB Draft has came and gone. With the 1st pick the Jays took 3B Valentino Bochy. He will take over stating 3B for AAA for now.

Game 22: Blue Jays 4, Phillies 0
W: Chacin (4-1), L: Lee (1-3)
Blue Jays:
Escobar - 1/3, R
Johnson 2/3, R
Bautista - 3/3, 2RBI, R, 2B
Lind - 1/3, 2RBI, 2B
Robinson - 1/2 R, 2B, K
Chacin - 3.1IP 3H, 0ER, 2K
Lee - 0.1IP 5H, 3ER, BB

- The Jays get a win vs. a tough NL team and SP in Lee. They got to him in the 1st as Bautista singled to score Escobar, and Lind doubled home Johnson and Bautista off the wall for 2RBI to make it 3-0 Jays. The Phillies couldn't get anything going against Chacin who went 3.1 strong allowing only 3 hits and striking out 2. In the 4th Arencieba singled home Lind to finish it at 4-0.

Game 23: Blue Jays 7, Brewers 0:
W: Alvarez (3-1), L: Marcum (2-3)
Blue Jays:
Johnson - 1/3 2B, R
Bautista - 2/3 2-HR(6, 7), 3RBI, 2R
Lawrie - 3/3 HR(5), RBI, 2R, 2B
Cuddyer - 1/3, RBI, R
Arencieba - 2/2 HR(4), 2RBI, R
Alvarez - 3IP 3H, 0ER, 3K
Marcum - 3.2IP 8H, 6ER, K

- The Jays continue rolling over NL teams getting a decisive victory against the Brewers. Inning 1 continues to be a successful one getting 3 runs off of Marcum on a Bautista 2 Run HR, and a Lawrie solo HR. The next action came in the 4th as Arencieba drove a 2 Run HR, and Bautista hit another HR (2nd of the game) to make it 6-0. Cuddyer drove in a RBI single in the 5th to complete the scoring. Alvarez went 3 innings allowing only 3 hit, and striking out 3.

Game 24: Blue Jays 5, Marlins 0:
W: Cecil (3-0), L: Johnson (1-5)
Blue Jays:
Escobar - 2/3 R
Johnson - 2/3 2B, 2R
Bautista - 1/3 RBI
Lind - 1/3 RBI
Lawrie - 1/3 R
Arencieba - 1/2 3RBI, 2B
Cecil - 3IP 4H, 0ER, 3K
Johnson - 1IP 5H, 4ER, BB

- For the 3rd straight game, the Jays chased a good SP from the game after inning 1. Johnson couldn't buy a strike as the Jays hit him around. After a Bautista RBI single, the bases were loaded and Arencieba drove in all 3 runs with a double to make it 4-0. Lind hit a RBI single in the 2nd to make it 5-0 and that's all the offense. Cecil went 3 innings allowing 4 hits, 0 runs and fanning 3.

American League Standings:

1) Toronto Blue Jays 20-4 - 0GB
2) Boston Red Sox 17-7 - 3GB
3) New York Yankees 14-10 - 6GB
4) Tampa Bay Rays 11-13 - 9GB
5) Baltimore Orioles 10-14 - 10GB
1) Chicago White Sox 11-13 - 0GB
2) Cleveland Indians 11-13 - 0GB
3) Detroit Tigers 9-15 - 2GB
4) Minnesota Twins 8-16 - 3GB
5) Kansas City Royals 7-17 - 4GB
1) Seattle Mariners 15-9 - 0GB
2) Texas Rangers 14-10 - 1GB
3) LA Angels 13-11 - 2GB
4) Oakland Athletics 12-12 - 3GB

NEXT: Red Sox, Angels, Royals, White Sox, All Star Break
Dynasty: BlueJays09
Alright everyone I'm doing a Champions of Champions League career mode. This means that every top or major club of every League from last year will be in the Premiership fighting it out to take over number 1 in the World. Their will be multiple teams from different leagues.

MLS Teams in this league

Los Angeles Galaxy and the New York Red Bulls


Last year's champions Milan and Inter Milan

Mexico League

Tigres UANL


AFC Ajax

La Liga

F.C. Barcelona and Real Madrid

Liga Brazil

Corinthians and Santos F.C.



French Ligue 1


Last but not least the Barclays Premiership Representatives

Mancheter United, Manchester City, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea.

This Career Mode looks like it will be one of the toughest ever and probably the most interesting. The Career Mode will kick off today or tonight and I'll post stats, fixtures, results, transfer news, and the first look at the table after the first 5-10 games get done. I predict that it will be a very close career mode and a lot of signings will take place.
Dynasty: Sportsfan0290
10:51 AM - March 23, 2012. Written by datszatta

November 10, 2012 @ Verzion Center
Detroit Red Wings at Washington Capitals
Nov 10, 2012123SOF
DET (11-5-2)11103
WAS (9-5-2)01214
Three Stars
Brooks Liach(wsh)
1g, 1a
Michal Neuvierth(wsh)
Marcus Johansson(wsh)
Team Stats Comparison

Shots on Goal


Faceoffs Won-Lost

Penalty Minutes

Power Plays Converted

Power Play Opportunities

Time on Attack

Scoring Summary
DET4:59- Tomas Tatar(6)- (Nyquist, Datsyuk)
DET6:34- Cory Emmerton(1)- (Eaves, Kindl)
WAS7:39- Marcus Johansson(2)- (Wideman)
WAS4:07- Nicklas Backstrom(10)- (Laich, Alzner)
DET15:58- Niklas Kronwall(1)- (Zetterberg)
WAS18:58- Brooks Laich(2)- (Green, Brouwer)
DETPavel Datsyuk- saved
WASAlex Ovechkin- GOAL
DETHenrik Zetterberg- saved
WASAlex Semin- saved
DETGustav Nyquist- saved

Game Notes:
Wings had a 2 goal lead after 6 mins into the 2nd period, but the Caps would tie it early in the 3rd.....The Wings then were about a min away from the win when the Caps Brooks Laich tied it again.....Zetterberg was hurt in the game after blocking a shot, he would miss a couple shifts but returned. His status for the Wings game against Chicago is "possible".


11/8/12 @ Carolina
4-3 so Win for Detroit....Joey Mac started in net. This was game before the Washington game and it was simmed.
Dynasty: datszatta