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Vin Scully has been ranking on Jason Heyward for the last two at-bats. Said he was (no exaggeration here) an embarrassment on the last two balls into the outfield, suggested that Heyward was worried they would show the replay on the scoreboard.
Crud, I can feel Brian McCann's rage growing.
This place sure is hostile towards the Braves.
Gattis is our Rudy York.
Gattis is a white-trash Jeff Francoeur.
Of course, it's been nice to update the old ignore list with all of the new ########.
Can Gattis incur a COLLECTIVE CONRADIAN CATASTROPHE by himself?
That has to be a special level of bad play. Beware how you employ that one.
I was not suggesting we mark down the CCC yet, just curious if it requires multiple players.
The "collective" part of "collective Conradian catastrophe" kind of implies that it requires multiple players.
Yeah, collective requires multiple players or one player doing something so bad that he's basically acting as multiple players- like if he had multiple errors in a single play.
The quintessential Collective Conradian Catastrophe is this masterpiece from the Astros.
The thing about that gif is that it leaves out one of the best parts - the runner rounds third, and when the right fielder picks up the ball, he has a play at the plate. Except the RF wings it 20 feet over the catcher's head.
Boy this thread has really died all of a sudden.
That wasn't an older clip?
Okay, I'll say it. Outside the one pitch to Adrian Gonzalez, Medlen has been perfectly fine. No sense in lifting him. It's been a combo of soft liners, seeing-eye grounders, and terrible defense that has done him in.
Sorry if this has been discussed, but is there a brief shot of Simon Pegg in the "Mob City" promo?
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