Humberto and Phil, coming right at ya. After yesteday’s BP, Jason Giambi compared them to Schilling and Clemens, respectively. “It’s great to hear those comparisons. They feel good, but it really doesn’t mean much,” says Hughes. Sanchez, a Bronx native—we just love that angle—was actually in attendance for Dwight Gooden’s no-no. “We were standing up the whole last inning. We were like, ‘No shot he’s gonna do it. No way, no way.’ And the last out of the game—who was it? Paul Sorrento?—popped up to short.” This is impressive: not just his obvious love of the sport, but the fact that he remembers a no-name like Sorrento ending the game—very impressive; no way I’d have something like that on recall. That type of memory—for batters and situations—is a huge boon for a pitcher, and it looks like he’s got it.