Archive for the ‘Greg Maddux’ Category

Screw Roger Clemens’ Feelings

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

Roger Clemens spent last Sunday watching the Yankees' last game at their eponymous stadium from his home in Texas. He still didn't have power because of Hurricane Gustav and watched the game on a battery-powered television with his wife and mother. Then he displayed the understanding and caring we've come ...

Will These Guys Ever Call It Quits?

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

We've been watching baseball for a long time. Well, as long as you can when the average age of contributors is like 24. Anyway, we remember the good 'ol days when baseball players didn't last into their 40s. Bat speed slows down. Arms wear out. Eye sight gives out. There's a ...

Maddux Gets 346th Win, Padres Stay Close

Wednesday, September 19th, 2007

You know if you stack the statistics up the right way, you could say Greg Maddux has had a decent career. Last night he picked up his 346th career win as his Padres beat the Pirates 5-3 in San Diego. The 41-year-old Maddux currently sits ninth on the all-time wins ...

Padres Spank Webb, Move Within One Game Of Diamondbacks

Wednesday, August 29th, 2007

Brandon Webb had been absolutely unhittable since July 25th. In six games since then, he had tossed 48 innings, allowed just two runs and 28 hits and won all six decisions. That stretch included three complete game shutouts, and 42 consecutive scoreless innings. Last night, he finally looked human as ...

This Will In No Way Come Back To Haunt The Padres

Thursday, March 1st, 2007

If the San Diego Padres are going to win any games this year, it'll be through their pitching staff which is the perfect balance of veterans (Greg Maddux and David Wells) and young studs (Jake Peavy, Chris Young, and Clay Hensley). Which is good, because Lord knows they won't hit ...