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Just a few things going on in the MLB.

Just a few things going on in the MLB.

 



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    1 Just a few things going on in the MLB. on Wed Apr 24, 2013 4:11 pm

    Ozzyd94

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    1. Through 20 games, Chris Davis of the Orioles has 22 RBI's. that puts him on pace for 178, the most since Hank Greenberg put up 183 in 1937.

    2. The Rockies are off to their best start in franchise history at 13-7, although they look to put an end to their 3 game skid against the Braves tonight.

    3. The plaque honoring Barry Bonds' 756th home run disappeared from the right-center-field wall at AT&T park, and while Giants staff plans on replacing it, they also look to security footage to try and catch the apparent thief.

    4. April 15th marked the 66th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's MLB debut for the Brooklyn Dodgers in '47.

    5. Justin Upton of the Braves has gone yard 11 times, more than the Royals, Twins, and Marlins. Also speaking of Upton, he and his brother, B.J., had back to back home runs on Tuesday, the first time brothers have accomplished that feat in 75 years, when Lloyd and Paul Warner did it for the Pirates on September 15th, 1938.


    Ozzy D, Editor in Chief, HSA Sports Network

    Sources- MLB.com, ESPN.com, baseball-reference.com


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