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TOPIC: Sunday News and Notes: Four one-run losses on r

Sunday News and Notes: Four one-run losses on r 10 months 3 weeks ago #25404

Last night's game: Phillies 4, Indians 3 Cleveland Indians fall to Phillies by a score of 4-3.. .again - Let's Go Tribe Cleveland Indians have Terry Talkin' about Tyler Naquin's rise, Lonnie Chisenhall's slide and decisions looming: Terry Pluto cleveland.comSo far Tyler Naquin has been everything the Indians could have hoped for. We'll see what happens once pitchers start throwing him more pitches up in the zone, but in his first major-league month he's been very good at the plate. Early returns on his defense are dragging his overall value down. Juan Uribe drops in to wish bride luck before her wedding, remains gift to all mankind MLB.comCan't really improve on the headline, so I won't try.MLB News Why April is the most misleading month for MLB stats. Sports on EarthApril tends to be the least predictive of all the months in the baseball season. Which does make some sense, especially for pitchers. Sunday Notes: Fredi Leash, Headley, Happ, Miller, more FanGraphs BaseballWith the Braves mired in an April to forget, you wonder whether Fredi Gonzalez will be the fall guy for what is poised to be the worst team in the majors no matter who is managing it. Speaking of managers feeling the heat, Joe Girardi seems like one of them, both with his comments about the shift last week and other responses recently. Check out Zac Curtis' shocked face when he learned he was getting called up to the Majors MLB.comCurtis was pitching for Arizona's High-A affiliate when he got told he was going to the majors Understandably, he was rather surprised.
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