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Streak Stopped

Jimmy Rollins didn't catch Joe DiMaggio. He didn't catch Willie Keeler.

Streak Stopped

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Streakgone Jimmy Rollins didn't catch Joe DiMaggio. He didn't catch Willie Keeler.

He is, however, the Phillie to hit in the most consecutive games.

His streak ended today at 38 games, after went 0 for 4 against the Cardinals, who took their third from the Phillies

D-Mac wonders if it will be an 0 for 162 season. More likely than a playoff spot, he grumps.

dmac
Posted 04/07/2006 07:18:03 PM
Is that Jason Michaels washing windows?
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