Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Hateman, Jun 25, 2014.
Come on freak! You can do it
i hope ESPN goes to it.......i was about to start the thread.
the 2014 Derby, writes MLB.com's Mark Newman, is moving away from that structure in a big way. Here's how things will work on July 14 at Target Field ...
- 10 participants, five from each league (to be chosen by captains Troy Tulowitzki and Jose Bautista). Each hitter gets seven outs in the first round, and the top three totals from each league advance.
- In the second round, we go to a bracket format. The No. 2 and No. 3 totals in each league from the first round face off, again with seven outs. The hitter with the highest first-round total in each league gets a bye through to the third round.
- In the third round, the winner of No. 2-No. 3 matchup faces the No. 1, seven outs each. That's the case for each league.
- In the finals, the winner of the AL bracket meets the winner of the NL bracket, again with seven outs for each.
Darvish was 5 hits away from a no no the other day.
2 outs away.....
2 more outs!
1 more out
His 2nd no no vs Padres
Best birthday present I've ever had.
does it count if it's against the Padres?
Every pitcher dreams of going against my A-Ball Padres
where's PK. Lincecum's her favorite player
Both of his no-hitters were against SD.
Timmy is gonna get major pussy tonight
No-hitter or not, he still sucks. He hasn't been good for several years now.