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#2 Posted on 2.10.03 0147.26 Reposted on: 2.10.10 0151.38
That gave you a heart attack? If I'm you, I want Pedro to pitch until the game is over. I'm an A's fan and I was worried until I saw Kim and his gas can trot onto the field, at which point I knew we'd be OK.
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#3 Posted on 2.10.03 0156.28 Reposted on: 2.10.10 0156.29
Well, I should have known that it would take a historic defeat to cap this night off. A suicide squeeze in the 12th inning? That sounds about right. If you'll excuse me, I'm going to go scream into a pillow and cry myself to sleep.
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#5 Posted on 2.10.03 0838.06 Reposted on: 2.10.10 0839.17
That was one of the best games I have seen in a long time. Best game so far these playoff. Too bad Bud is a slave of TV and set it up so this game ended at almost 3AM here. Well off to find some Coffee
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#6 Posted on 2.10.03 0919.20 Reposted on: 2.10.10 0919.35
Originally posted by GrimisBetter question: who starts game 3 for the Sox? Does Lowe come back after pitching two long, tough innings? I doubt it.
Lowe should come back for Game 3, as he hadn't pitched since last Thursday, so he comes back on 2 days for Game 3 and considers this game his side session. OF course, his body language at the end of the game reminds me of all those wonderful nights in 2001 when he imploded, and concerns me about his mindset for Saturday Night. Knuck-Knuck must save us now.
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#12 Posted on 2.10.03 1754.16 Reposted on: 2.10.10 1754.20
Originally posted by redsoxnation
Originally posted by JakegnosisWhy the FUCK did they take Timlin out and put Kim in when Timlin was pitching some damn fine baseball? quote]
Because Timlin has the habit of pitching a lights out inning, followed by a lead-off home run in the next inning. See game against Phillies in June and on September 1st for examples of this.
Kim has the habit of blowing important games.
I would have stayed with Timlin, or put Arroyo in when Kim started looking shaky.
Anyway, today sucked even more than last night. What the hell is wrong with our batters? And why can't Wakefield be consistant when it counts? Would have been an awesome showing if it wasn't for that fucking 2nd inning.