MVP of Yesterday (September 28, 2015): Max Scherzer

Max Scherzer gave up no hits for 7 1/3 innings, and although he ended up giving up a earned run and two hits (and three walks), he still struck out 10 and got the win, and also had two hits of his own. So, he’s the MVP of Yesterday.

Standings, as always, after the jump:

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Baseball Continuum Continuucast 3: Scherzer, Around the Continuum, and What’s Ahead

Click above for the latest Baseball Continuum Continuucast, or press here to download it.

In this edition of the Continuucast…

Dan does a much better job this time around as he talks about Max Scherzer’s signing, going-ons in Global Baseball (including the Premiere 12 tournament being announced), and also talks about Ichiro Suzuki. Finally, he announces he’ll finally get these on iTunes. Yeah!

Music/Sounds Featured:

 

“The National Game” by John Phillip Sousa

 

“Ichiro’s Theme” by Ben Gibbard

 

“Ichiro Goes To The Moon” by The Baseball Project

 

“Flight of the Bumblebee” (AKA The Green Hornet Theme) by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov performed by the US Army Band (special “Bizarre Baseball Culture” remix by Dan Glickman featuring the Pablo Sanchez Theme and clips from previous and future Bizarre Baseball Culture pieces)

 

All sound and music used is either public domain or is a short snippet that falls under fair use.

 

And, keep an eye on iTunes, as sometime within the next week the Continuucast will be on iTunes!

 

Thanks!

MVP of Yesterday (August 14, 2014): Max Scherzer

Detroit has been in bad shape the last few weeks, losing it’s spot at the top of the AL Central to Kansas City. Thankfully, they do still have Max Scherzer, who struck out 14 and gave up just three hits in yesterday’s win against Pittsburgh. He’s the MVP of Yesterday. It’s his fourth of the year!

Standings… well, you know the drill:

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