Tag Archive: Chris Hayes

Jul 02

ORoyals open July with a loooong loss

Sidney Ponson made the start for Omaha. I had kind of hoped John Buck would be the starting catcher, so we’d have an “all-rehab” battery, but he Buck was not in tonight’s lineup. In Ponson’s last appearance last Friday, he got through five innings at Memphis, giving up 2 runs on 7 hits. Tonight, Ponson …

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Jun 29

A double Royals victory night: KC and Omaha both win again

Blog favorite* Lenny DiNardo took the mound for Omaha tonight, and delivered exactly the kind of outing for which I was hoping: 7 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 7K. Omaha won, 2-0.*one of several That one walk didn’t come until the 7th inning, when DiNardo walked Luis Maza with two men on and …

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Jun 28

O-Royals drop “Home Opener Part II”

Don’t get me wrong here – I love the College World Series. “Back Home in Omaha,” all the cheesy video montages ESPN shows of Series past and scenes from around town, the dogpile at the end. I love all of it. BUT. For all three seasons I’ve worked for the O-Royals, I’ve ended missing them …

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Jun 06

Link of the day: Chris Hayes’ latest

On Thursday, Disco Hayes gave up an earned run* for the first time in over a month, so his ERA is a hideous 0.76. Come on man, that’s weak. Oh, wait. It’s actually better by leaps and bounds than…well, I don’t need to beat this dead horse again. Friday night, he blogged about donuts. It’s …

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May 22

Another new place to find Minda, and Omaha’s bullpen…woes.

I’ve been added as a contributor to Inside the Majors, a very bookmarkable blog by former Blue Jays AGM Bart Given. My introduction is here, and my first article is here. I will be updating that at least once a week, I think. I wrote about the O-Royals bullpen struggles – they’ve given up more …

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