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I though the inability of Fielder to keep Iglesias' throw in front of him, a very routine play, cost the Tigers the game.
I know Benoit gave up a hr, but he only threw 8 pitches. Should've left him in.
Yes, because he was swinging for the fences in total "HR or bust" mode - watch the video of his previous PA's.
Biff, did you watch Carp (and his beard) try to hit earlier in the game? Or Napoli strike out after the HR? No way what you say is correct.
Hunter catchs the ball. Bullpen catcher runs over and knocks ball out of his glove. Cameras catch it, but umps don't.
Is it reviewable this year?
I feel like I read somewhere that if you catch the ball clearly out of bounds and it isn't a case of catching it and then running out of bounds (ala Jeter), then it doesn't count. Or maybe it's a ground rule double. I don't know.
After that catch, Buhner said he had asked an ump earlier what the rule was, and the ump told him he had to re-enter the field of play with the ball.
See I like going to Smyly for Ellsbury. Don't wait around to get the tie run up, kill the game before it gets there. The only real mistake was Benoit instead of Coke.
Buchholz is the most Joe Dirt-looking methhead I've ever seen on a professional baseball field (and I can remember Charlie Moore and Tommy Herr!);
"If a fielder, after having made a legal catch, should fall into a stand or among spectators or into the dugout or any other out-of-play area while in possession of the ball after making a legal catch, or fall while in the dugout after making a legal catch, the ball is dead and each runner shall advance one base, without liability to be put out, from his last legally touched base at the time the fielder fell into, or in, such out-of-play area."
#432, So I wasn't following, but even if Hunter makes the catch while going over the wall like that, it's still a home run, yes?
Yeah, the beard puts him ahead of Jeff Weaver in my rankings.
I told her if she watched a little longer, she'd notice the most gruesome looking group of athletes she'd ever seen. The one bright spot of the Sox's turn to grotesque is if Fox starts scaling back on the super close-ups out of respect for its more sensitive viewers.
coke to SoSH, who's saying essentially the same thing.
dunno what it is about Boston, but ever since I was old enough to follow sports in the 80s it has seemed like Boston franchises consistently have the ugliest players. It's like they collect ugly people the way the '86 Mets collected ######## and sociopaths, and the way the Cubs have always collected losers and bums
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