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Huh, I see Rosenthal was a starter in the minors. Has there been talk of moving him back there?
That was a dumb send. Not deep enough with Beltran's arm.
Luv Beltran calling off Jay
I think they were planning on making him a starter again next year, or at least considering it. But now that he's settled in as a Closer™, who knows what will happen?
No way was it a dumb send. You make the OF make the throw
That would've been a great time to have Dee Gordon on the bench to pinch run for Ellis at third base, eh?
And #### what a throw. Nice call on the lunch runner Donnie
No way was it a dumb send. You make the OF make the throw.
My wife doesn't think Molina ever tagged Ellis.
Is 367 some kind of weird trollbot?
Honestly, I might have thought about a safety squeeze with Young. You're in the part of the game where a 1-run strategy is fine.
Young's last sacrifice was in 2003. Although he did have 13 in 2002, but it's still asking him to do something for the first time in 10 years.
In 1970, nobody was right. Last night, replays gave every indication that umpire Terry Tate saw the play exactly as it happened. Minnesota catcher Brian Harper fielded a throw from Shane Mack and made contact with runner Mark Lemke in front of home plate.
Instinctively, Harper was sure he had made the play and that Lemke should have been called out. Upon reflection, however, he admitted he was wrong.
"I knew we made contact," said Harper, "but I was concentrating on the ball and I really didn't know where I hit him. He definitely hit my left side, but whether my glove was there I don't know."
Later, after getting reports of the replays, Harper was gracious. "I got caught up in the emotion of the moment," he said. "I was angry we lost the game. In the heat of the moment, I thought I tagged him.
Admittedly, there are many baseball games that I have not seen.
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