#1 It’s not every day someone breaks a single season home run record. von panxing18 26.06.2019 05:04

"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Farmers onlyFeaturesPlayoffsHistory/Hall of FameFarmers onlyFarmers Only: Ibandel Isabel Doinks Dongs and Wrecks RecordsNew http://www.yankeesfanproshop.com/authentic-giancarlo-stanton-jersey ,31commentsIt’s not every day someone breaks a single season home run record.ByAaron MichaelAug 29, 2018, 11:45am EDTShareTweetShareShareFarmers Only: Ibandel Isabel Doinks Dongs and Wrecks RecordsBrandon Larson Honorary Star Of The NightIbandel Isabel - Hit his 34th and 35th dingers of the year last night for 3 RBI total.This breaks a Florida State League record of which I have no clue of the age.But, that’s still super awesome.Isabel is obviously having a career year, and it’s been super fun to follow.Louisville Bats 6, Columbus Clippers 7Justin “Addicted To” Nicolino gave up 3 earned runs over 6 innings on 4 hits, 2 walks, and 7 strikeouts.Jimmy “Drink To” Herget pitches a scoreless inning of relief.Brian “Beef” O’Grady continues to make AAA his bitch.He went 1 for 3 with a 2-run dinger and a walk.He has a .955 OPS.Josh “Manwitch” Maneater doubled, knocked in a run, and Gabby Guerrero tripled as they both went 2 for 5.Jose Lopez takes the mound at 6:35 PM ET.Pensacola Blue Wahoos 5, Mobile BayBears 4Wyatt “Earp” Strahan has had a rough year, but he had a decent outing on Tuesday.6 IP, 6 H, 3 ER, 3 BB, 4.Joel “Shiny Ass” Bender struck out 4 in 3 scoreless innings, and Robinson “Seven” Leyer “Salad” struck out 2 while not giving up an earned run in an inning.TJ “Of The Hill” Friedl went 2 for 4 with a walk and 2 runs scored.Aristides Aquino knocked in 2 runs with a double, and Narciso “Nabisco” Crook went 2 for 5 with 2 RBI.TBD will be on the mound at 6:00 PM CT.Daytona Tortugas 5, Charlotte Stone Crabs 3Ibandel “STRONG” Isabel made Florida League history by breaking their single season home run record.He hit his 34th and 35th home runs of the season and knocked in 3 total runs.Taylor Trammell went 2 for 4 with a walk, and Bruce “Almighty” Yari went 1 for 4 with 2 RBI and a walk.Tommy “Boy” Bergjans took the start and gave up 2 earned runs over 5 innings on 6 hits http://www.yankeesfanproshop.com/authentic-giancarlo-stanton-jersey , 2 walks, and 3 strikeouts.Ryan “Guitar Solo” Hendrix struck out 1 in a scoreless inning to pick up his 12th save.He has a 1.62 ERA on the year.Dayton had the night off.Austin Orewiler will start.Billings Mustangs 6, Missoula Osprey 4Billings spotted the Osprey a 3 run lead and still came back for the victory. Luis “Cardinales” Alecis got bonked around for 4 ER in his 3 IP, thanks largely to a 3/1 BB/K and 6 hits allowed. He was picked up big time by the Mustang offense, though, particularly Juan Martinez, who slobberknocked a pair of dingers as part of his 3 for 4, 4 ribbie night.Ricky “Bobby” Salinas will start for Billings on Wednesday in their 9:05 PM ET outing.Greeneville Reds 1, Princeton Rays 12Perez “I” Knowles was the only pitcher not to have a bad time.He struck out 2 in 2 scoreless innings to mercilessly end this one.Brandt “Bunchy” Stallings knocked in the only run of the game, and no one else did anything of any note.Greeneville will play at 7:00 PM ET. Jim McKean, who umpired 10 no-hitters and three World Series during a big league career from 1973-01, has died. He was 73.Jamie McKean, one of his sons, said McKean died in his sleep early Thursday at Bayfront Medical Center in St. Petersburg, Florida, near his home.Jim McKean had kidney issues and while at St. Anthony’s Hospital in St. Petersburg around Thanksgiving developed a MRSA infection. He had appeared to have recovered from the infection but remained weakened.“I think his heart just gave out,” his son said.A Montreal native, Jim McKean played baseball, football and basketball at Monklands High School, then played professionally in the Canadian Football League. He was a punter and backup quarterback for the Montreal Alouettes in 1964-65 http://www.yankeesfanproshop.com/authentic-giancarlo-stanton-jersey , then was traded to Saskatchewan and was a punter for the Roughriders as they won the Grey Cup in 1966.Following a back injury, he returned to college at Concordia. He hoped to become an NHL referee but did not skate well.McKean’s career path changed after he attended an Expos game at Montreal’s Jarry Park with a friend, most likely in the team’s first season in 1969.“His friend was a little drunk and yelled down at one of the umpires on the field, Billy Williams, ‘Hey, my friend wants to be an umpire,'” Jamie McKean recalled. “And so, he said, ‘OK, well, if he’s serious, come down the locker room after the game.’ And so my dad went home and changed like it was an interview and came back and he said he gave me information for the umpire school in Gulfport, Florida, down here in St. Pete, and the rest is history.”McKean umpired in the minor leagues from 1970-73, joined the American League staff in 1973 and made his big league debut that September. His 10 no-hitters tied the record shared by Silk O’Loughlin and Paul Pryor, a mark broken when Bruce Froemming worked his 11th with the St. Louis Cardinals’ Bud Smith on the mound in September 2001.All of McKean’s no-hitter were as a base umpire. He was behind the plate when Toronto’s Roy Halladay was hitless through 8 2/3 innings against Detroit on Sept. 27, 1998, then allowed Bobby Higginson’s home run. That was the second big league appearance for Halladay, who was elected to baseball’s Hall of Fame this week.McKean umpired All-Star Games in 1980 http://www.yankeesfanproshop.com/authentic-giancarlo-stanton-jersey , 1982 and 1993, and the World Series in 1979, 1985 and 1995.“To be honest with you, umpires have to get up for big games, too,” McKean said in 2008. “My premise is, if the umpiring is not good, the games are not good. You can have the two best teams in the world, and if that umpire behind the plate or that umpire on the bases is not good, then it’s not going to be a good game. So that’s where the pressure lies.”McKean worked his last game in 2001. He was on staff for the first half of 2002 and began an umpire supervisor at the All-Star break. He was let go after the 2010 season and became an umpire analyst for ESPN in 2011.“Jim was a highly respected figure in the sport, and we are particularly grateful that he represented our game so well in his native Canada,” Major League Baseball said in a statement.McKean was inducted into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame in 2004.In addition to Jamie, he is survived by another son, Brett. McKean’s wife, the former Ann Carey, died in 2007.A funeral will be held at Holy Family Catholic Church in St. Petersburg. The date had not been scheduled.

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