New and Notes from around the Majors

Monday, June 8, 2009

  • The Diamondback and Padres played an instant classic yesterday that ended in the 18th inning with a 3-run homer by Mark Reynolds.
  • Pirates GM Neal Huntington tried to explain the Nate McLouth trade in an email to season-ticket holders (insert joke about the Pirates actually having season-ticket holders here).
  • Roy Halladay continued to dominate everyone as he became the first pitcher in the majors with 10 wins by beating the Royals.
  • Despite rumors, the Red Sox are not going to trade for Orlando Cabrera.
The Yankees take on the Rays at 7:05 tonight before shipping up to Boston for a three-game set.


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