Lenny DiNardo

Boston Red Sox #0 - Pitcher

  • Born: 09/19/79
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6-2
  • Weight: 220

This Date In Red Sox History: September 19 - Doubleheader Loss, Ted Cox, Bob Bailey

Boston loses a strange doubleheader, a Red Sox rookie sets a rookie record, and its the birthday of many a former Sox.

Update On Free Agent Relievers

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Update On Free Agent Relievers

Red Sox Close To Signing Lenny DiNardo

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The Red Sox are close to signing Lenny DiNardo, who spent three years with the team from 2004-2006.

Patterson And Fox: One More Thing...

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Why the A's should send Eric Patterson and Jake Fox down to the minors -- even though they are both out of options.

minor lines, 5/2/10

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Sunday highlights from the Giants' farm: Ryan Rohlinger homered while reaching base safely in all four plate appearances, Madison Bumgarner and Daryl Maday both allowed just 1 ER in 6.0 IP, and...

1 GB. No, Really.

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No team in baseball history has come from three games back with four games to play.  The Minnesota Twins like those odds. Thanks to an early beatdown of the Royals' Lenny DiNardo and a serviceable...

Royals Rally Late, But Can't Complete Comeback Against Twins

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After trailing the Twins 10-0 in the fourth inning, the Royals made the game very interesting late, but alas, they could not get Lenny DiNardo a no decision. The Royals ended up recording 14 hits...

Always it is by Bridges That We Live: Royals Links, News, Etc. To Take Your Mind Off the Losing Streak

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The SB Nation tech team launched new software this week which makes it insanely easy to do links-posts, so hopefully, I'll start doing them more often. There are so many great baseball sites out...

Mark Teahen's Favorite Pitchers

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Actually, I think his favorite pitcher is Lenny DiNardo, but in terms of guys he should like to face, it's an interesting list. And no, nowhere in this post is there information about Teahen trade...

It's Really Not As Bad As We Think

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Well, maybe it is.  At least right now.  But I never really thought the A's were going to compete for the AL West in 2008.  I thought this was a team that Billy Beane was building for the future...

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