None to report.
Jonathan PapelbonRP | Philadelphia Phillies
|Compared to same point last season|
Papelbon allowed one hit and struck out three in a scoreless ninth inning against the Nationals on Saturday to earn his ninth save of the season. [...]
In this weekâs Baseball Notes we break down which teams did the best and worst jobs with their offseason acquisitions and how they impacted the first quarter of the baseball season. The Cleveland Indians did the best job and the Toronto Blue Jays the worst job, though at one time the Blue Jays were the talk of baseball for their bold move in dealing for Miami Marlins stars. We get into top jobs done by the Yankees and Red Sox, and also the failures so far of the Angels and Dodgers. We also write on Red Sox assistant hitting coach Victor Rodriguez and his story of how he became a replacement player in 1995, as well as assorted notes from around the league, including an update on former Red Sox closer Jonathan Papelbonâs status with the Phillies.
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Player Run Differential Notes
Numbers in parenthesis for each team indicates total runs scored that game. Numbers next to each pitcher indicates earned runs. This stat is used to get a better understanding of the performance of the pitcher and how much run support he got from his team.
The run differential is based on total runs each team scored when Jonathan Papelbon has a decision. (i.e. win/loss) Similarly, the opposing pitcher listed also received a decision.
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