The 7 - Baseball - AL Manager of the Year
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skorpio17 Morcilla Level: 54 Posts: 139/618 EXP: 1162879 For next: 70998 Since: 11.7.02 From: New Jersey Since last post: 3652 days Last activity: 3652 days # 1 Posted on 2.10.02 0959.02 Reposted on: 2.10.09 0959.56 After watching last night's Sciosia blew the game for the Angels, I can't figure out why everyone is saying he is the AL manager of the year. The Angels had 2 outs in the bottom of the 8th and had Troy Percival (40 saves, 1.92 ERA!) - ready to enter the game. Percival is an all-time great closer and they didn't use him. Remember when the Padres had Trever Hoffman against the Yankees in the World Series, and never got to use him. Why would you not use your best pitcher? Instead they went with their no-name bullpen and got bombed. At least Joe Torre is smart enough to bring in Rivera. Promote this thread!
Grimis Scrapple Level: 129 Posts: 429/4700 EXP: 24389578 For next: 660143 Since: 11.7.02 From: MD Since last post: 2512 days Last activity: 966 days # 2 Posted on 2.10.02 1019.12 Reposted on: 2.10.09 1029.04 Percival does have a history of injury, so you may not want to risk him pitching over an inning, especially in the first game of a series, though I probably would have brought him in. As fars a Manager of the Year, it has to be either Scioscia or Gardenhire. They did so much more with less than anybody else.
Jaguar Knackwurst Level: 111 Posts: 942/3282 EXP: 14439934 For next: 428472 Since: 23.1.02 From: In a Blue State finally Since last post: 410 days Last activity: 212 days # 3 Posted on 2.10.02 1024.24 Reposted on: 2.10.09 1029.10 I'd probably give it to Ron Gardenhire, but we'll see. -Jag Go Twins! Go D-Backs!
edturtle Linguica Level: 21 Posts: 63/73 EXP: 47896 For next: 2048 Since: 24.1.02 From: HI in the middle, round on both ends! Since last post: 5581 days Last activity: 4857 days # 4 Posted on 2.10.02 1254.07 Reposted on: 2.10.09 1254.09 Well, in Scioscia's defense, the Angels pen top-to-bottom had been good all year and Donelly was a stud down the stretch for them and yeah, Percival has some arm issues. As far as AL MOY - Scioscia or Gardenhire are nifty choices. You can't go wrong with either, in my book. And Hoffman WAS used in the 98 Series. Brosius took him deep in Game 3.
James F'n X Bockwurst Level: 53 Posts: 224/603 EXP: 1139222 For next: 17904 Since: 2.1.02 From: Seattle, WA Since last post: 4328 days Last activity: 4295 days
AIM: # 5 Posted on 2.10.02 1905.25 Reposted on: 2.10.09 1906.18 Ron Gardenhire should be a slam dunk for AL Manager of the Year. I don't see how Mike Scioscia can even compare. (GO M'S! 2003! FUCK THE ANGELS!) But I'm not biased. :D
pieman As young as he feels Level: 117 Posts: 641/3722 EXP: 17502529 For next: 345419 Since: 11.12.01 From: China, Maine Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 3 days # 6 Posted on 2.10.02 2056.31 Reposted on: 2.10.09 2059.02 Originally posted by edturtle Well, in Scioscia's defense, the Angels pen top-to-bottom had been good all year and Donelly was a stud down the stretch for them and yeah, Percival has some arm issues. Giambi 0-5 with 5 strikeouts lifetime against Troy Percival. You can't save your best pitcher for a time that may never arrive. You must use him when the game is on the line.
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