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Keeping up with Jamie Moyer facts

By jcfortun Published: June 23, 2010

I always enjoy nights when 47-year-old Jamie Moyer starts for the Philadelphia Phillies.

I rarely get to see the games, but the steady stream of Tweets highlighting #JamieMoyerfacts is enough to keep one entertained for hours.

Obviously, someone else enjoyed them too. Well, enough to make a blog about it. Joke quality isn’t promised if you follow the link. You’ve been warned.

I recommend following it on Twitter during a start for the good stuff, but here are a few of the funnier fake facts from the blog:

-- Jamie Moyer’s career as a pitcher really took off once his infielders were allowed to wear gloves.

-- When Jamie Moyer made his debut, he saw Angel Berroa and said, “Who’s that old guy?”

-- Moyer still doesn’t believe the ’18 Sox were on the take. He dominated them in big spots all season.

-- Moyer is the only active pitcher who struck out Honus Wagner

Tuesday minor league roundup

Triple-A Columbus (42-30) – Centerfielder Michael Brantley and designated hitter Jared Goedert each hit home runs as the Clippers beat Rochester 10-5. Second baseman Chord Phelps and righfielder Jose Constanza each had three hits. Phelps is hitting .344 in his nine games since joining Columbus. He has 11 hits, three doubles and a home run.

Double-A Akron (34-36) – The Aeros were held to three hits in a 6-2 loss to Richmond. Carlos Rivero hit his third home run of the season in the eighth. Left-hander Kelvin De La Cruz struggled again, allowing four runs in five innings; walking three and striking out three.

High Class-A Kinston (36-34) – Off

Low Class-A Lake County (44-25) – Off

Class-A Short season Mahoning Valley (2-2) – The Scrappers were blanked again by Auburn, this time 5-0. Right-hander Jordan Cooper took the loss, pitching 3.1 innings, allowing four runs ion five hits. He walked one and struck out two.

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