Tag Archives: Ryan Schimpf

Schimpf and Schebler – Struggling or Super?

I always have my eye on Scott Schebler simply because I enjoyed him as a prospect and have been rooting hard for him to make it with the Reds. Schimpf had such a bizarre 2016 I was curious how 2017 would turn out for him. Both of them are having a strange April and by …

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Dodgers lose but many things go right tonight

Even with the Dodgers losing a tough one-run game to the Giants tonight, many things outside of their control went right. The Rockie rotation showed their shaky side as they got lit up for the second straight game by the Nationals.  Overall the Rockies gave up twenty-six runs in two games, with the rotation being …

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LAD feast on Padre pitching

Yazmani Grandal: Hit two home runs, one right-handed, one left-handed becoming the first LAD to ever do that on opening day. He joins Raul Mondesi as the only LAD to ever hit two home runs on opening day. Mondesi did it twice. Joins AJ Ellis as the only LAD catcher to drive in at least …

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Toles now 15 – 3 in games started

and 8 – 1 since being recalled on August 21st. The only time the LAD have lost when Andrew Toles has started since August 21st was the brilliant performance by Jose Fernandez at his home field in Miami. Toles showed off one his many tools last night when he threw out Tomas from left field …

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Wild, Wild Card Night leaves Giants being Schimpf’d

All the main NL Wild card teams were leading in the 9th inning last night. Only one of them was unable to bring home the victory. The Giants were Schimpf’d in the 9th inning when Schimpf blasted a three-run home run after Bochy pulled right-hander Hunter Strickland for left-hander Steven Okert to face the lefty hitting Schimpf. The …

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Ryan Schimpf?

I pride myself on not only knowing every major league baseball player but most of the players expected to play in the major leagues, so when the Padres called up 28-year-old Ryan Schimpf, I had the same reaction that just about everyone else had. Who? Every year a few minor league journeyman get lucky enough …

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