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Even at 80%, Cabrera would've parked that in the seats. He's just not scary right now at all.
Does Barton field that ball and turn it into a 3-6-3 DP?
Whoever is directing these TBS cameras is doing A VERY BAD JOB.
Fangraphs has A's at 80% to win at this point.
The Boston series cameras are awful at losing fly balls. Either they switch to the "it's a home run!" angle for routine fly balls / doubles, or the ball's just totally missing from the shot. It's remarkably bad.
what's the opposite of a shutdown inning?
I would think Barton at least knocks that ball down. Doubt he gets a dp
I'm going to say something controversial now: Lord knows I'm not fan of the second wild card play in games, and the original wild card in 1995 may have harmed some pennant races, but the advent of the ALDS round itself might be the best thing to happen to baseball in the modern era. There is simply nothing better than having 3 or 4 playoff games a day for a solid week.
MLB Network dead?
Imagine that you're a satellite dish looking up at the equatorial orbit of, say...Telstar 401 (if that's still operating). Then imagine there's this HUMONGOUS radiation source moving in line with it called Sol. Satellite TV signal is like a Little Leaguer's bat versus Miguel Cabrera's power bat when he's 100%, guess which one wins?
So does Bob Melvin go ahead and sub out Smith for Barton next half inning?
Dodgers just announced that they are starting Kershaw tonight.
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