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  1. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    Brutal.
  2. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    Nope. Goose had it right. See you in 2019, Miggy.
  3. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 78 Plate Appearances - 9,687 (107) - Passed <TED SIMMONS> at 9,685. Times on Base - 3,823 (64) - Passed JOHNNY DAMON at 3,822.
  4. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    I'll go with until after the All Star Game until we get worse news.
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    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 77 - Miggy is now batting .111 (3/27) with one XBH against Kluber over the past 3 seasons, versus .540 (20/37) with 7 XBHs over the previous 5 seasons. Runs Created - 1,805 (39) - Passed <Cap Anson> and <Joe Morgan> at 1,804. (Some stats are delayed from a previous game)
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    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 66 Plate Appearances - 9,681 (108) - Passed <Jimmie Foxx> at 9,676. Walks - 1,086 (85) - Passed Carlos Beltran at 1,084. Times on Base - 3,821 (65) - Passed <Mike Schmidt> at 3,820. Intentional Walks - 230 (7) - Passed <George Brett> at 229.
  7. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    Took them 19 and 20 years to do it. A testament to Miggy's general health and desire to play injured (until this year). What's interesting is how many guys that he's going to pass on this list had to have been good to last that long, but hardly anyone has heard of them. And they're not all from the deadball era.
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    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 65 Games Played - 2,261 (124) - Passed Jason Giambi and Chris Speier at 2,260.
  9. ktpinnacle

    2018 Draft Pick Watch

    When does Perez return?
  10. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 64 Games Played - 2,260 (T124) - Passed <Rogers Hornsby> at 2,259. Runs Scored - 1,387 (99) - Passed LOU WHITAKER at 1,386. Walks - 1,084 (T85) - Passed Derek Jeter at 1,082. Times on Base - 3,817 (66) - Passed <Richie Ashburn> at 3,815.
  11. ktpinnacle

    6/7 @7:10 Detroit Tigers vs Boston Red Sox

    We might need one to catch . . .
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    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 63 Plate Appearances - 9,666 (109) - Passed <Lou Gehrig> at 9,665. Singles - 1,635 (141) - Passed <Pee Wee Reese> and KID GLEASON at 1,634. Veteran Kid Gleason was the second baseman on the inaugural 1901 Tiger team, and also played on the 1902 team. The first use of the intentional walk has been attributed to a younger Gleason, when he was the Team Captain for the NY Giants. Down 9-6 to Chicago, he convinced his pitcher to walk a well-regarded batter to let in the run, expecting his pitcher to get the next weaker batter. Which he did. Unfortunately, he was also the manager for the 1919 Black Sox, a team that he led to a record of 88-52 and that he claimed had "no weaknesses." Unfortunately, they did. And Gleason, a fine manager who had no part in the scandal, was tarred with the mark on his team. John McGraw, a Giant teammate, claimed that Gleason "was, without doubt, the gamest and most spirited ball player I ever saw and that doesn’t except Ty Cobb. He was a great influence for good on any ball club, making up for his lack of stature, by his spirit and fight. He could lick his weight in wildcats and would prove it at the drop of a hat.”
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    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    GAME 62 - Zzzzzzzzzzzz Games Played - 2,258 (127) - Passed Andres Galarraga at 2,257. At Bats - 8,436 (109) - Passed Miguel Tejada at 8,434.
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    6/5 @7:10 Detroit Tigers vs Boston Red Sox

    It's all or nothing against a knuckleballer. We'll know by the end of the second time through the order.
  15. ktpinnacle

    Who Did Miguel Pass Today?

    Guess I'll have to start a new topic "Who did Miggy Pass This Inning."
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