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What type of thinking process goes "he just walked in a run, and wasn't particularly close on either of the last couple of pitches...so I'm going to swing stupidly at the first pitch..."
The guy on the hill is a major league pitcher, so he'll start throwing strikes soon enough. If anything, the hitter can be thinking "he might throw me a get-me-over fastball."
I found it hilarious that NBC ran about 4 hours of hype for California Chrome, but as they neared the start of the race their own experts picked other horses (correctly, I might add) to finish ahead of him.
and bheurle pitches out of a bases loaded jam but does not look sharp early
This Uggla nonsense has to stop.
"Mark Buehrle didn't look sharp today, but only yielded 2 runs over 7 innings..." pretty much summarizes his career.
By law the Tigers closer must make a game difficult.
Watching Buehrle pitch today and it exaggerates the amount of wasted time that a batter has in the batters box.
In comparison, Miller was taking a REALLY long time in between pitches early on.
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