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Williams actually seemed like the least upset of the three (Reynolds, Amsinger) about this.
They should do this far more often than they actually do.
With his grating voice and constant stoking of the ex-jocks on the program, Amsinger is the biggest docuhe of them all.
The official scorer who made this decision is one of the most professional people I've ever met, and I take offense at the implication by some (in the comments, on Twitter, etc.) that he made this decision for any reason other than his judgement that it was the proper call.
Did you see when he filled in for Brian Kenny on MLB Now a few weeks ago? Great stuff. He basically said he was happy he could finally let loose on some of the silly things his MLB Tonight co-workers say because he wasn't filling the impartial lead anchor role on that day.
I love the cliff dive that the WPA takes in this game, especially one Lightenberg gets involved. Ah...Don Wengert, Kerry Lightenberg, letting Terry Mulholland face Piazza, what could go wrong?
If Rivera had given up a run would have been charged with a blown save?
I suspect the rule was written early enough that the idea of not even pitching a full inning was awful, no?
so generally, giving up at least 2 ER and getting less than 3 outs was the guide.
Just give it to the fellow with the greatest WPA.
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