Red Sox 6, Orioles 5
Angels 7, Athletics 3; Athletics 9, Angels 6
Royals 8, White Sox 6, Royals 3, White Sox 2
Indians 5, Tigers 4; Tigers 3, Indians 2
Yankees 3, Senators 2
Twins 4, Pilots 0
Braves 10, Padres 0
Mets 4, Expos 2; Expos 3, Mets 2
Cubs 1, Phillies 0; Cubs 6, Phillies 1
Giants 7, Dodgers 3
Oh, and this badass walked on the frickin’ moon:
Sorry, needed a baseball prextext to note that one of the most extraordinary Americans to ever walk the Earth, and a world beyond, passed over the weekend.
The greatness of his most well-known accomplishment was matched by the greatness of his lesser known accomplishments. Not the least of which was the fact that, when that great one was over, he just put his head down, went to work on noble things and didn’t seek the spotlight. Which is simultaneously the most and least American thing ever.
Good travels, Mr. Armstrong.
Awful news for the White Sox and reliever Danny Farquhar: the right-hander remains hospitalized with a brain hemorrhage, per a team announcement on Saturday. He’s in stable but critical condition after sustaining a “ruptured aneurysm [that] caused the brain bleed” on Friday.
Farquhar, 31, passed out in the dugout during the sixth inning of Friday’s game against the Astros. He regained consciousness shortly after the incident and was taken to RUSH University Medical Center, where he’s expected to continue treatment with Dr. Demetrius Lopez in the neurological ICU unit.
“It takes your breath away a little bit,” club manager Rick Renteria said following the game. “One of your guys is down there and you have no idea what’s going on. […] When one of your teammates or anybody you know has an episode, even if it’s not a teammate, something is going on, you realize everything else you keep in perspective. Everything has its place. It’s one of our guys, so we are glad he was conscious when he left here.”