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Coke should never face righties ever. They need to take the reigns off Alburquerque.
Detroit Hustles Harder
I'm also more angry with our squandered offensive opportunities.
BIG PELF was pitching like he was inspired by his mighty shockers
Is Michael Morse a God? I would argue yes.
"It's just so hard," Greivis said. "It's my heart, my love. Maryland made me who I am."
It absolutely tilts me that Carlos Marmol can come into a 3-0 game in which the Pirates have gotten 1 hit in 8 innings, drop a giant turd on the mound, escape with a 1-run victory, and still get credited with a save.
Meanwhile, in game 5 of the 2004 ALCS, Mariano Rivera comes into a 4-3 game with no outs and runners on the corners, gives up a sac fly and nothing else for two innings, and gets a blown save. Along the same vein, Tom Gordon came into that game at 4-2, gave up a HR, a walk, and a single, and gets credited with a Hold. If that weren't bad enough, the next two nights all Joe Buck could talk about was Rivera's blown saves. I can't wait until smart people are in charge of baseball.
It absolutely tilts me when Carlos Marmol comes into any game.
JBJ ripping grounders into double plays like a real pro.
If this guy didn't play for the Red Sox or Yanks, would anyone give a shit about him?
He was an incredible college player who won 2 CWS titles, and had a brilliant spring.
He wouldn't get this kind of national publicity if he played for the Royals, but he'd be hyped with any bigger market team.
Hafner, Wells, Youkilis, Ichiro. When did the Yankees hire highnmighty as their GM?
Fat Albers still afraid to go after hitters. He has pretty good movement and has found some extra heat but won't challenge
ETA - now he's walked two straight and has to throw it over
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As a Yankees fan, it's good to see Rivera back, even if it doesn't change the fact that this will likely be a dumpster fire caliber season.
Even Yankee fans hate John Starling, correct? "It's a nuke, from Youk." Good lord.
love john sterling. can't imagine listening to a game without him. a nuke from youk. classic!
Stuff like that actually doesn't bother me. It's schtick, obviously, but he's done it for a long time and I'm used to it. The things I don't like about him is that sometimes it can be hard to really follow what's going on.
For example, he'll start his home run bit, and you'll start to get excited/pissed, only for the ball to be caught 10 feet from the fence. If he were a TV announcer, it'd be fine, because I could watch the outfielder and know where the ball was going to land. On the radio you can't tell the difference between a long out and a 475 foot HR.
I do wonder how long he spends before each new season coming up with new HR phrases for each of the Yankees' new players.
Is Nunez legit injured or just shaken up? If he's injured, I'm actually starting to feel bad for the Yankees.
I might dust off my baseball cleats and see if they're taking walk-ons. At this rate, they're going to be 2013-14 NC State basketball.
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Remember when you said the Yankees would still be good? That was funny
4 game sample size, but lets just fold the season right now.
MLB Strikezone is so awesome. Basically Redzone network for MLB, or MLB Tonight without the analysts.
Michael Gonzalez is pitching for the Brewers and just uncorked a TWO run scoring wild pitch
All 4 starters this year that have faced the Astros have set career highs in strikeouts.
He talked about Rivera's blown saves because it doesn't happen very often? And LOL at that being the everlasting memory of the 2004 ALCS.
I'm not sure where I said that was an everlasting memory of the 2004 ALCS. I remember it, but unfortunately, I remember quite a bit from that series.
And clearly Rivera blowing saves was noteworthy. I just think it's ridiculously unfair to consider it a blown save when you inherit a one-run lead, men on the corners, with no outs, and all you do is give up a sac fly, retiring all 3 hitters you face. That's the only point I was making.
so, now Long Island has Vladamir Guerrero and Dontrelle Willis on their Atlantic League team.......they will definitely get me to come watch them when they come to Lancaster.....that is so awesome.
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