The Bill Chuck Files…6/14: Miggy, Harper, AGon, Rays, Reds, Giants, Dodgers, Red Sox, Twins, and more

  1. The Nationals are 25-18 in games started by Bryce Harper and 8-14 without him.

  2. The Giants and the Dodgers are 5-5 in their last 10, 9-1 in their last 20, and 14-16 in their last 30.

  3. Tampa Bay pitchers have allowed 53 hits on 0-2 counts and five homers (tied with the Astros), both the most in the majors. The Orioles lead the majors getting 55 hits on 0-2 counts.

  4. Adrian Gonzalez has played in 620 winning games and 618 losing games in his career. He has a .992 OPS in winning games and .754 in losses.

  5. On June 4, 2013, the Red Sox beat the Rangers 17-5, the next day they lost 3-2. On Sept. 19, 2011, the Red Sox beat the Orioles 18-9, the next day they lost 7-5. On Sept. 13, 2011, the Red Sox beat the Blue Jays 18-6, the next day they lost 5-4.

  6. Pitchers Ryan Halstead and Aaron Slegers, and infielder Dustin DeMuth are all Indiana University baseball teammates and roommates in an off-campus apartment and all three were drafted by the Minnesota Twins

  7. The Miggy Watch: Miguel Cabrera through 64 games in 2012 was hitting .308 with 13 homers and 52 RBI. This season through 64 games: .358 with 18 homers and 69 RBI.

  8. The Reds lead the majors with 24 hits with the bases filled.

  9. Red Sox pitchers lead the majors with the most full counts with 396; the D-backs pitchers have the fewest with 277.