Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Around the Horn - 6/3

It has been a while. It's also been a while since Randy Johnson made his major league debut. But tonight he can reach a new level of stardom as he goes for his 300th career win against the Washington Nationals. And don't think this one is a cake walk- the Nats put 10 on the board against the Giants last night.

There was speculation that Jake Peavy's start against the Phillies last night was an audition. If that's the case, Peavy won't even be in the chorus. He lasted one inning, 33 pitches, and gave up four earned runs. The Padres claimed Peavy's right ankle hindered his performance and caused the early exit.

Blue Jays starter Roy Halladay continues to amaze. Another complete game win and a 14 K night..and that was without his best stuff!

Phillies reliever J.C. Romero completed his 50-game suspension for P.E.D. use.

The Rangers lost Josh Hamilton to a sports hernia for a minimum of 15 days. If surgery is required, Hamilton could miss two months.

The major's top RBI man, Evan Longoria, is day-to-day with a bad hamstring.

A producer on the Mets' SNY broadcast crew was diagnosed with the swine flu, but doctors have ruled it out for the ill Carlos Beltran and John Maine.

The Indians lost their center fielder Grady Sizemore to the DL with a bad elbow and now shortstop Asdrubel Cabrera may join him with a dislocated shoulder.

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