Say Hello to one of the hottest hitters on the planet – Derrek Lee. Derrek is in a euphoric state since the birth of his son Dylan and has been terrorizing opposing pitchers. He has blasted 7 HRs in the 10 games since his return to the lineup. He now has 33 HRs and 98 RBIs!


Click Here to see a supremely confident professional hitter going about his business. Did you know that Derrek is the son of a Major League scout? His father and uncle were both top notch professional players overseas. Now ya know! ; )

Detroit Tigers' Aubrey Huff, right, is congratulated by teammates, from left, Brandon Inge and Gerald Laird (8) after hitting a three-run home run to tie the baseball game against the Toronto Blue Jays at 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth inning Monday, Sept. ...One of the most admirable talents is the ability to come off the bench in a pinch hit role and deliver. It’s a real art and very difficult to have success. Don’t tell Aubrey Huff. Oh My.. did he come through with shining colors in that very situation. With the Tigers down 5-2 in the bottom of the 9th Aubrey absolutely hammered a 2-0 offering into the right field stands for a game tying Pinch Hit Home Run! Well done Aubrey.. you’re a contender for YH.

Speaking of game tying shots. How about that Michael Cuddyer? Michael Cuddyer

It wasn’t just any old HR, it was a late inning game tying shot that also happens to be his 100th HR of his career! Way to hammer it Michael. His 2 for 4 night and 3 RBIs keep the Twins alive… but barely. Bummer news… Morneau is out for the rest of ’09 : (

The Yankees were in a knock down battle with the Angels in a mini one game series at the Bronx. Playoff atmosphere was abundant and the play on the field resembled it.

Mark TeixeiraMark Teixeira had a big night going 3 for 4 with a couple of ribs. He had a big triple that put the Yanks ahead 3-2 in the 5th. His double in the 8th started the go ahead rally when the aggressive Yanks played small ball against Scioscia with a double steal that netted the winning run. The Halos now head to Boston where another playoff atmosphere awaits.

Lets get to the top rung YH guys. How about Colby Rasmus and the drubbing the Cards put on Florida?

I guess Tony Larussa was a tad upset over the sweeping the Braves gave them. The bats came out and Colby’s was a big one. He had a 3-5 night that include a 3 Run shot that just cleared the fence in right. His 15th dong of the year came on an 0-2 count. shame shame on the pitcher. Good game Colby… but you’re not the guy. Close… but no banana.

When your team is in a dreadful funk like the TB Rays, which button do you push as a Manager to try to right the ship? Well… credit Joe Maddon for doing the right thing this time. Albeit too late for the Rays.. it’s a feel good thing in more ways then one.

Rookie Reid Brignac not only got a rare start, he just barely missed setting Rays history. His 4 for 4 night included 3 RBIs. It was his last at bat and he already had his first career HR, a single and a double. He laced a shot down the right field line and for a moment it looked like he might have the triple that would make him the first Rays player to have ever ridden the cycle. But, Markakis is over there and Brignac wisely settled for a double. Still… what a super night for the rook! Congratulations Reid… you’re Yesterday’s Hitter! Watch his day Here!



  1. TribeTed

    It is great that Reid hit his first homer of his career!!

    I am so proud of him

    as the last time I saw him he was just a rookie,

    Oh wait… he is.

    He seems like a good hitter,

    and hopefully will start out like Brantley on the Indians did.

    Well time to go rant and rave about the Tribe.

    Ted’s Take

  2. JQuist

    *Great idea for a blog man… I like the topics! Thanks for checking out my page too. Derek Lee has definently been a thorn in every pitcher’s side lately, and he isn’t showing any signs of slowing. Mark Teixeira was scaring Yankee fans at the beginning of the season, but when he got clicking – he was worth every penny. With “Tex,” I don’t think we’d be nearly as high in the standings as we are now. The Yanks have been playing great all around, but Teixeira is definently a piece of the puzzle that we can’t afford to lose.

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