Emmanuel Burriss
American baseball infielder
Emmanuel Burriss
Emmanuel "Manny" Allen Burriss is a Major League Baseball infielder. He is a switch-hitter who throws right-handed and has played second base, shortstop, and third base.
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Scutaro's single lifts Giants over L.A.
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Scutaro's single lifts Giants over L.A. The Friday night meeting of the Mutual Admiration Society was in full swing inside the Giants' clubhouse after a 5-2 victory that drove a stake that much deeper into the Dodgers' heart. The Giants sealed and clinched nothing in front of an Orange Friday crowd of 41,666, but they ensured themselves a lead of no smaller than 3 1/2 games when the Dodgers leave town Sunday night. Scutaro had the big hit - yeah, you've heard that before - a two-run, broken-bat floater into short right field off Josh Beckett in the seventh inning that broke a 2-2 tie. Emmanuel Burriss came off the bench to sacrifice before Beckett walked Angel Pagan intentionally to load the bases, and why not? Scutaro then punched his two-run single to right, etching his name on a long list of Giants and Dodgers who have gotten huge stretch-drive hits against the other. The Giants scored their other runs on two-out singles by Pagan, Hunter Pence and Joaquin ...
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Giants' Kontos has Bartman connection
San Francisco Chronicle - over 4 years
Giants' Kontos has Bartman connection No Giant is more excited about pitching in Wrigley Field on Labor Day weekend than fast-rising setup man George Kontos. When Kontos learned the fan was Steve Bartman, he was stunned because Bartman was coaching a traveling baseball team that included Kontos' 13-year-old brother, Chris. "Bartman was wearing the headphones, his Cubs hat, and under his jacket he had a Niles Renegades baseball T-shirt," Kontos said Saturday. After the Cubs lost the pennant, TV crews swarmed the Renegades' practices trying to interview the kids. [...] he was a college freshman and a die-hard Cubs fan. [...] that Emmanuel Burriss is gone, Joaquin Arias is probably the emergency catcher, although, manager Bruce Bochy said, "He probably doesn't know it." Hunter Pence was 0-for-10 as he prepared to hit in the eighth inning Friday night.
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National League Game Capsules
Fox News - over 4 years
David Ross and Freddie Freeman hit solo homers to back a solid outing from Tim Hudson, as the Atlanta Braves held off the San Francisco Giants, 3-2, to avoid a three-game sweep. Hudson (8-4) gave up two runs on eight hits over 7 1/3 innings for the Braves, who went 4-2 on a six- game homestand. The veteran right-hander, who struck out three and walked two, improved to 7-4 in 16 career starts against the Giants. Emmanuel Burriss and Buster Posey had an RBI apiece for San Francisco, which was trying to sweep Atlanta on the road for the first time since June 27-29, 1988. Madison Bumgarner (11-6) allowed three runs -- two earned -- on three hits over seven innings to take the hard-luck loss for the Giants, who had a five- game winning streak snapped.
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Robinson Grad Returns Home to Face the Nats
Burke Patch - over 4 years
Javier Lopez, a product of Fairfax Little League, sat in the third-base dugout of the San Francisco Giants at Nationals Park before Tuesday's game against Washington. He looked out at the field during batting practice and envisioned more than just a three-game series between first-place teams in the National League. "My friends have told me this could be the (preview of) the National League Championship Series. That would be nice,"  Lopez, a 1995 graduate of Robinson Secondary, said with a smile. "The teams are playing hot right now and that would be great." A left-handed reliever, Lopez is used to being with winners. He was a member of World Series champs with the Red Sox in 2007 and the Giants in 2010. "A lot of it has been trial and error," said Lopez, a former standout at the University of Virginia who went to Laurel Ridge Elementary School in the Kings Park neighborhood of Fairfax. "It has not been that smooth of a ride. I don't dwell on the negatives or the past and I ...
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SF Giants news and notes, May 25
San Francisco Chronicle - almost 5 years
Ryan Theriot is off the disabled list, and he is going to see a lot of starts as Emmanuel Burriss tries to keep his average above the Mendoza line. Manager Bruce Bochy plans to play Theriot on Friday night, saying, "We...
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Mets Hold On To Beat Giants 5-4
CBS New York - almost 5 years
NEW YORK (AP) — A high popup that started twisting in the wind turned the ninth inning into an adventure at Citi Field on Saturday. In one of the craziest endings imaginable, Ruben Tejada scored the winning run on a throwing error by catcher Buster Posey and the New York Mets beat the bumbling San Francisco Giants 5-4 after blowing a three-run lead moments earlier. Mike Pelfrey tossed eight terrific innings, outpitching Ryan Vogelsong and helping the Mets build a 4-1 cushion. Emmanuel Burriss hit an RBI single in the ninth, but New York appeared poised to lock up a fairly simple victory when Jon Rauch came out of the bullpen with two outs and got pinch-hitter Brandon Belt to hit a high fly to shallow center. Tejada had trouble with it immediately, though, fighting to get under the ball behind shortstop as it swirled around in the wind. Rookie center fielder Kirk Nieuwenhuis came rushing in and overran the ball, which dropped behind him for a two-run double. In the dugout, Mets ...
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Idle Off-Day Speculation
SB Nation - almost 5 years
There's a glorious, glorious dead zone of rosterbation in April and May. The rosters are set. The free agents are signed. The trades of the offseason are done, and the trades of the deadline aren't close. The team you got is the team you got, partner. All of those pointless, stupid words of the offseason -- all of the Harold-in-Gilroy nonsense that you came up with on your own -- there's no reason for it anymore. It's over. The season for rosterbation is over. … So, uh... … /pretends to look at framed picture on wall … Yeah, so, Matt Cain. …. /plans out way to leave conversation by saying "I have to go get my clothes out of the dryer" real genuine-like … Ah, hell, this isn't any fun. What's the point of baseball if you can't rosterbate?Actually watching the games? I watched one last night that was 11 innings and only one run scored. Boooor-ing. No, the real reason we follow this languid mess in the first place is so we can move and remove and replace ...
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Emmanuel Burriss an old hand at getting chances
San Francisco Chronicle - almost 5 years
- On June 6, 2006, Barry Bonds still needed 39 home runs to catch Henry Aaron , Barry Zito 's seven-year, $126 million contract was a pitcher's daydream, Felipe Alou was managing his final season, and the Giants used...
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It's official: Surkamp coming up to start Saturday, plus pre-game medical reports - San Jose Mercury News (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
But there are numerous options of players who are on the 40-man — Emmanuel Burriss, Darren Ford, Conor Gillaspie and a guy named Andres Torres, who is 10-for-36 in a rehab assignment with Triple-A Fresno with two doubles, two triples, two homers and 8
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San Francisco Giants fall 3-1 to Houston Astros - San Jose Mercury News
Google News - over 5 years
Presumably, they'll have Emmanuel Burriss and Darren Ford back, too. Bochy also said he has discussed the idea of leading off Belt, who has on-base skills and runs well. The manager already has responded to his critics by playing the rookie every day
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5 Players That Need To Step Up for the San Francisco Giants - Bleacher Report
Google News - over 5 years
Emmanuel Burriss is also a speedster that will be counted on for contributions. The 2010 NLCS MVP Cody Ross has had an underwhelming year thus far. Slugging a measly .386, Ross has been unable to consistently drive the ball as he did late in the season
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Grizzlies Blast Isotopes In Front Of Packed House - Fresno Grizzlies
Google News - over 5 years
Emmanuel Burriss and Edgar Gonzalez both singled in front of Brandon Belt, who worked a full count before driving a ball well out on the lawn left of center field for a three-run bomb to put Fresno back in front 10-9. Conor Gillaspie drew a one-out
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Grizzlies Need Extras, But Beat Chasers, 4-3 - Fresno Grizzlies
Google News - over 5 years
Emmanuel Burriss made a couple of nice defensive plays at shortstop in his first inning at the position, after being shifted over in a defensive realignment, following the Pill pinch-hit appearance. The Grizzlies threatened early, but could not push
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"Episode Four" - A.V. Club (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
While we were in DC, the episode paused to focus on second baseman Emmanuel Burriss, who was raised in Washington. Burriss lost his best friend and former teammate, DeLoren Young, when he was shot after leaving a nightclub. After hitting his one and
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Pill, Christian Guide Grizzlies Past Aces - Fresno Grizzlies
Google News - over 5 years
Fresno came back immediately, as Justin Christian singled, stole second and scored on Emmanuel Burriss' two-run shot, just over the short wall in right field. One out later, Brett Pill walked in front of back-to-back singles by Conor Gillaspie and
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National League - USA Today
Google News - over 5 years
Pablo Sandoval and Cody Ross greet Emmanuel Burriss after he scored the go-ahead run on a squeeze by Chris Stewart in the 11th inning of the Giants' 4-3 win on July 17. Nate Schierholtz steals second as Padres second baseman Orlando Hudson can't catch
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San Francisco Giants 2011 Mid-Season Review: A MLB Melodrama - SB Nation
Google News - over 5 years
Brandon Crawford, Emmanuel Burriss and Chris Stewart were minor league call ups trying their hardest to fill in, although none blew people away save for Crawford's welcome-to-the-show grand slam in Milwaukee. Yet despite all this the remained in or
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Hall gets stitches in left leg after being spiked - SFgiants.com
Google News - over 5 years
Emmanuel Burriss entered the game to replace Hall, batting seventh in the order. The Giants don't feature much depth at the middle-infield spots. They used Miguel Tejada at second base on Tuesday and Wednesday -- his first two games at the position in
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