Bombs Away.

It was 2-for-1 for HR hitters on Sunday afternoon. Seven hitters hit two home runs. I doubt it’s a record, but it caught my eye:

Alfonso Soriano – Washington Nationals (20, 21)
Austin Kearns – Cincinnati Reds (11, 12)
David Wright – New York Mets (9, 10)
Tony Clark – Arizona Diamondbacks (4, 5)
Javy Lopez – Baltimore Orioles (4, 5)
Gerald Laird – Texas Rangers (3, 4)
Ryan Freel – Cincinnati Reds (2, 3)

New York Mets super-prospect, Lastings Milledge hit his first career home run in a 7-6 loss to the San Francisco Giants. The Tigers dropped 2-of-3 to the Red Sox as they enter an off day before travelling to Chicago. I’ll write in-depth about that mess later. I have a splitting headache at the moment and I want to watch one of my favorite pitchers in the league, John Lackey, go against the Cleveland Indians. Too bad I’ll have to suffer JM2 on ESPN.


One Comment to “Bombs Away.”

  1. Call me a bonehead, I’m taking the twins to win the central.As long as they stop pitching Carlos Silva, GOD he’s awful, they will win some games.

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