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I'm projecting Hanley to go seven for five against the Braves tomorrow.
hurdle should treat this game as do or die, be aggressive with his staff early and if he has the bases loaded and the pitcher coming up in the second inning go to the bench.
Particularly, if Morton doesn't have it and struggles through the first two innings, he needs to be taken out IMMEDIATELY.
Wacha throws strikes at a million miles an hour
From a Pirate prospective, there's a nagging thought that it might be better for Charlie to blow sky high and leave very early instead of staggering along and leaving after giving up five runs.
Wainwright vs whoever is a losing proposition in Game 5.
I actually don't feel the same way. I would rather contest the National League championship with a strong, healthy, rested team. Let there be no excuses for losing.
Adam Wainwright started Game 5 for the Cardinals in last year's NLDS as well.
Remember: I am constitutionally forbidden from wanting good things for the Braves, in much the same way that Sam Hutcheson is constitutionally forbidden from saying positive things about Bryce Harper.
I liked you better when you were depressed and near-suicidal.
Hurdle's big weakness as a manager is his insistence on leaving a helpless starter out there until it's three batters too late. He won't even get a reliever up until three runs have scored in an inning and two more guys are on base with one out.
Matheny did the same thing in Game 2 with Lynn
Then again, considering the pathetic excuse-making going on in the other thread, you never know what some fans will stoop to.
Wacha throws strikes at a million miles an hour and the Pirates' lineup is very strikeout-prone, so it's not a good matchup for them.
And I've enjoyed sparring with you this season as always, even though the Nats were on the losing end this time.
Still, Splash Mountain with no lines!
I think they have guys who can hit fastballs...I would think they have more trouble with control pitchers...
Too bad the game won't end until after I go to sleep. Stupid start times.
though that crazy try for third yesterday was bizarre
So who exactly is this noon (CST) start meant to appeal too? Stay at home dads and high school baseball teams poking their heads into coach's office on lunchbreak?
[x] error leads to go ahead or tying run.
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