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MLB GDT - April 25th


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I figured I'd get Lee's idea rolling, with a thread to discuss Sundays MLB action. All times are EST.

1:10pm

San Diego Padres @ Cincinnati Reds

1:35pm

Baltimore Orioles @ Boston Red Sox

Los Angeles Dodgers @ Washington Nationals

1:40pm

Toronto Blue Jays @ Tampa Bay Rays

2:05pm

Seattle Mariners @ Chicago White Sox

Pittsburgh Pirates @ Houston Astros

2:10pm

Minnesota Twins @ Kansas City Royals

Chicago Cubs @ Milwaukee Brewers

3:05pm

Detroit Tigers @ Texas Rangers

3:35pm

New York Yankees @ Los Angeles Angels of Anahiem

4:05pm

Cleveland Indians @ Oakland Athletics

St. Louis Cardinals @ San Francisco Giants

4:10pm

Philadelphia Phillies @ Arizona Diamondbacks

5:05pm

Florida Marlins @ Colorado Rockies

8:05pm

Atlanta Braves @ New York Mets

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Holy hell, you even used team colors like I did. Good on you, young fella.

Changed the thread title to contain the GDT and a snarky subtitle. Gotta keep things uniform.

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Time for some results today.

In the AL we have:

David Price getting his first complete game, and a shutout to boot. Tampa beats the Jays 6-0.

The Orioles streched their game with Boston to extras, where they scored 3, then held off a charge by the sox to win 7-6.

Paul Konerko hit his 8th homer in the 8th inning to give Chicago a 3-2 win over Seattle.

Kansas City avoided the sweep, and a late rally by Minnesota to win 4-3.

Michael Young had 5 RBI's and Texas dumped Detroit 8-4.

The Yankees dropped their first series of the season on the West Coast losing to the Angels 8-4.

Oakland thrashed the Indians 11-0 after 3 different A's had 3 RBI's.

In the NL:

The Reds avoided the sweep and ending the Padre's 8-game winning streak, with a 5-4 win.

Washington scored 1 run in the first inning, and nothing else happened as the Nats beat the Dodgers 1-0.

The Astros roughed up Charlie Morton and the Pirates, winning 10-3 eventhough Pittsburgh out hit Houston 14-10.

4 different Cubs homered, to propel Chicago to a 12-2 win over Milwaukee.

3 Cardinal pitchers combined to shut out San Fran for a 2-0 win over the Giants.

Arizona came-back from 3-0 down to beat the Phillies 8-6.

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