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  • Sultan_1895-1948
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    Originally posted by csh19792001
    (who was throwing some nasty stuff, I might add).
    Chris, the guy might be nasty, but it was a 3-0 fastball belt high on the inside half. Not a tough pitch to hit hard. Congrats to Jimmy though, good to see.

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  • Sultan_1895-1948
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    Originally posted by csh19792001
    On an even more impressive note, Pujols went 2-2 with 2 HR (including an upper deck shot), to go with 2 walks. He scored 3 and drove in 4.

    His OPS is 4.800

    He's a freak.
    Indeed. Love that guy. A friekin' machine!!

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  • Zito75
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    Originally posted by csh19792001
    On an even more impressive note, Pujols went 2-2 with 2 HR (including an upper deck shot), to go with 2 walks. He scored 3 and drove in 4.

    His OPS is 4.800

    He's a freak.
    Freak?

    The dude can pound, that's for sure!

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  • Astro
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    Originally posted by csh19792001
    On an even more impressive note, Pujols went 2-2 with 2 HR (including an upper deck shot), to go with 2 walks. He scored 3 and drove in 4.

    His OPS is 4.800

    He's a freak.
    Scott Rolen hitting a Grand Slam on Opening Day... he appears to be back to normal

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  • Sberl
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    Good job Jimmy, keep it going! Phillies fan were waiting for him today after they realized game was over.

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  • csh19792001
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    Originally posted by Astro
    And on a more impressive note: Chris Shelton is currently 3-3 with 2 HRs
    On an even more impressive note, Pujols went 2-2 with 2 HR (including an upper deck shot), to go with 2 walks. He scored 3 and drove in 4.

    His OPS is 4.800

    He's a freak.

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  • csh19792001
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    Rollins got his hit- 8th inning lined shot double past Pujols off of Adam Wainright (who was throwing some nasty stuff, I might add).

    Congrats Jimmy- keep it up!!

    Longest hitting streaks in baseball history:

    1. Joe DiMaggio, New York (A), 1941 (56)
    T2. Pete Rose, Cincinnati, 1978 (44)
    T2. *Willie Keeler, Baltimore (N), 1897 (44)*
    4. *Bill Dahlen, Chicago (N), 1894 (42)*

    5. George Sisler, St. Louis (A), 1922 (41)
    6. Ty Cobb, Detroit, 1911 (40)
    7. Paul Molitor, Milwaukee, 1987 (39)
    T8. Jimmy Rollins, Philadelphia, 2005-2006 (37)
    T8. Tommy Holmes, Boston (N), 1945 (37)

    Rollins now has the longest streak by any shortstop in baseball history and the second longest in National League history (under modern rules).

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  • Astro
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    And on a more impressive note: Chris Shelton is currently 3-3 with 2 HRs

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  • Sweet Lou
    started a topic Jimmy gets a double!

    Jimmy gets a double!

    In his last at-bat, Rollins doubled to right field! WAY TO GO, Jimmy!

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