Los Angeles Dodgers’ $5.7 Million Dollar outfielder, Andre “SuperMan” Ethier, blasted his 10th HR of the year and walked off with another win over the Milwaukee Brewers 7-3.
“SuperMan” will need all he can possibly give for the Dodgers to win the World Series 2010′.
Tampa Bay Rays, $3.3 Million Dollar phenom, Matt Garza, found his greatness with a dominating duel against CY Young winner Cliff Lee and the Seattle Mariners.
Garza, who received a $3 Million Dollar raise, is proving that more greatness cost more money.
Philadelphia Phillies $1.9 Million Dollar catcher, Carlos Ruiz, ruined the St. Louis Cardinals day with a 10th inning walkoff HR to win the “Game” 2-1.
Ruiz, who received a $1.5 Million Dollar raise, is earning every dime of it.
Colorado Rockies’ $1.25 Million Dollar pitcher, Ubaldo Jimenez, threw lightning again with a 101MPH fastball and 13Ks over the San Diego Padres 5-2.
Jimenez, who became the first MLB pitcher to 6 Wins, would already be valued at $6 Million Dollars for performance.
Chicago Cubs’ $19 Million Dollar Man, outfielder Alfonso Soriano, sizzled 2HRs and 4RBIs to lead the slaughter of the Arizona Diamondbacks 10-5.
Soriano, who has been repeatedly questioned about his value to performance this year, made a clear statement that he still has some explosive fire in his belly.
Detroit Tigers’ $8 Million Dollar outfielder, Johnny Damon, blasted a ninth inning walkoff HR to silence the Los Angeles Angels 3-2.
Damon, who took a $5 Million Dollar paycut to fit into the Tigers’ budget, delivered as planned for the balance sheets.
Look for more Tiger greatness before this year is done.
New York Mets’ $500,000 – steal of a deal – catcher, Rod Barajas, bashed 2HRs to lead a 9-1 punishing of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Barajas, who took a $2 Million Dollar paycut to fit into the Mets’ budget, is playing up to his true value as the Amazing Mets have won 8 games in a row to lead the NL East.