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Oh, Al, you dumbass. You didn't just say that*.
* realize this works for almost every situation.
At this rate Westbrook is gonna blow a 9 run lead in the 6th after not giving up a hit for the first 5 innings.
I demand ROY chatter for Jose Iglesias.
for once, I'd like to hear Hrabosky say "and with that pop up, Wigginton's SLG drops to .212"
Shelby Miller has it wrapped up.
I think you are underestimating the power of Puig.
eh, Im pretty sure I've heard a lot of people noticing Puig so far.
(I'm kidding...any chance to make a dig at bbwaa writers, I'm going to take it---the most incompetent profession on the planet, including current congress.)
I wouldn't go quite that far... it's not like he's a Padre, after all.
(Also, it hasn't been THAT long since the Dodgers had 5 consecutive Rookies of the Year.)
It'll be interesting to see which of the two current 9.9 K/BB, 2.0 BB/9 rookies wins the NL Rookie-CYA. Yes, they are identical down to the first decimal point in those categories.
Harvey has the lead right now, with fewer HRs allowed, more innings pitched, and fewer L's.
Harvey's not technically a rookie.
Don't look now, Barves fans, but Kimbrel is in the process of gacking up the lead. Jes sayin'.
If only there were a source of baseball news besides ESPN.
As a last resort there's always the mute button. Or the Spanish language broadcast, those can be fun sometimes.
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