May 15, 2012, 8:23 AM EDT
For those who are keeping track, last night’s loss to the Athletics marked the eighth time the Angels have been shut out this season. Five other times they have scored only one or two runs.
I’m gonna assume this pace isn’t going to last. But if it did, it would put them at 36 shutouts this season. As far as a I can tell, the record for a team being shutout in a season is 33, held by the 1908 St. Louis Cardinals. The AL Record is 30, by the 1906 Washington Senators. I can’t find who holds the record in the non-deadball era. Buster Olney or someone with a research assistant (and without kids to get dressed and put on a school bus)will probably figure it out sometime this morning.
Anyway: good times in Anaheim. Let’s root for history, shall we?
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- Jessica Mendoza to sit in for Curt Schilling on Sunday Night Baseball this week 66
- And That Happened: Wednesday’s scores and highlights 78
- MLB “actively studying” fan safety; Phillies plan to expand netting at Citizens Bank Park 28
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- Astros beat the suddenly skidding Yankees, top last year’s win total 30
- Curt Schilling taken off of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball telecast this week 134
- Dan Patrick: When does ESPN cut ties with Curt Schilling? (201)
- Curt Schilling taken off of Little League World Series duty for making a really bad tweet (169)
- Curt Schilling taken off of ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball telecast this week (134)
- Phillies announcer calls Mets fans “obnoxious” (122)
- Let’s all argue about team chemistry again (118)