Two days without a post, you guys must be terrified huh? Thought we died? Lost interest? Developed social lives? Erroneous! Erroneous! Erroneous on both counts!
Stephen Strasburg insanity, wherein ESPN rode this kids dick as hard as they could, but it was definitely exciting, especially for Royals fans. Hosner didn't quite preform as good as expected, going 0-2 with two strikeouts and two walks, but he played admirably in the field, and shit, I picked him up in fantasy, so I'm pulling hard for this kid. As a long time fan of the underdog, personally I think it would be kind of cool to see a perennial loser like the Royals jump back into contention, especially with a bunch of kids who can grow with the team. So in like three years the Royals are going to be a team to watch, and maybe even a team to beat.
I've only won a Cy Young and pitched a no hitter, never pitched any kind of game like that.Anyhow, Garcia pitched a perfect game into the 8th against the Milwaukee Brewers, which doesn't bode well for my fantasy team, but is cool for a guy who has been a bit quiet as a Major Leaguer, and who had Tommy John a few years ago. Garcia's perfect game ended when he walked Casey McGehee and then gave up a hit to Yuniesky Betancourt, he still got the shutout though. Garcia's perfect game would have been the first ever for the Cardinals, and had he kept a no hitter it would have been the Cardinals first since 2001.