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The Tigers are 1-2 when Verlander pitches so far this postseason.
So, if you thought that Peralta was going to make an out, and that one of Avila or Infante was going to hit a single but not an extra-base hit, then you bunt. Otherwise...
Even if Peralta was batting .900 , that would have been the situation to bunt, and uppen your chances to tie it !
Did Fox cover the Wally Bell thing? I want to say that they would have made it a schmaltzfest rather than the classy way TBS just handled it, but I could be wrong.
Yes, and exactly my point after Game 2: the Tigers can get dominant starting pitching and still lose. And they're not guaranteed to get dominant starting pitching forevermore.
(who is next?)
No, if you think Peralta has a good chance not to make an out, then you don't tell him to make an out on purpose. Hits and walks are both much better ways to advance players around the bases than outs are.
Am I a bad person
2-0 with Gomes in the line-up, 0-1 with Nava. Can't argue with that!
I do wonder if the delay made Lackey concentrate more.
I was wondering before the game why the Dodgers didn't start Greinke on short rest and set themselves up for Kershaw, Ryu, and Greinke for 5,6,7 all on regular rest.
I know that saying Vin Scully is a national treasure is pretty much a given around here but, damn, he makes it sounds so easy. 95% good information with just enough colorful phrases thrown in to make it all sound poetic.
what's the cross-out HTML code?
374 - it's
enclosed in square brackets, not angle brackets.
[ del ] without the spaces. Just like all the other markup code when you click one of those buttons above the text entry box.
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