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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by teel, Mar 31, 2021.
Ump in the Dodgers game is brutal.
We get Grisham back on Friday fortunately
We’ve seen a lot of these this season.
Really impressed by Luzardo's toughness today. 35 pitches in first inning and Melvin now removing him in T6 after a career-high 104 pitches with one out and a 1-1 score. Good showing after a tough start
Really really bad
Pretty crazy and ballsy way for dodgers to score a run. Ball was almost hunted too hard where it beat Muncy from scoring at the plate.
Canha needs 5 more HBPs to be the A's career leader. Has 54
McKinstry should have gotten a walk out of that AB, he's shown some decent plate discipline from what I've seen. Fire Up
Pablo Sandoval already has more PH homers in 2020 than the Braves had all of last season.
Sergio Romo is... not good
That’s just magical. How do you even approach the AB? Just have to guess and get lucky.
Chapman wakes up! Takes a 3-1 Bauer fastball to deeeep left-center for a solo shot in B7. LAD now up 3-2
Bauer has pitched well, but unsure why he is still in the game in the 7th at 108 pitches
can’t believe pablo sandoval is providing meaningful contributions for a contending team in 2021
well, there he goes. Pulled with 2 outs in the 7th. 10 Ks on the day
Ooof Dunn could not find the strike zone for Seattle today. 8 walks in 4.2 innings including 4 in the 5th alone. Tie game in Seattle with the white Sox
He's like Chase Daniels
Don't know how he keeps getting a job
His slider does not cut sharply these days
Gausman being legit good is pretty sweet. Saw him vs Sonny in 2011 and have always been a fan of the stuff. Sometimes it just takes a little time or a change of scenery or two. Baseball offers good life lessons
Giants leading Padres 2-1 in T8. Gausman went 7 IP, 4 H, 1 ER, 5/1 BB
Pretty sure I saw a graphic that said he's got the most Ks by a Giants pitcher in their first 11 or 12 starts with the team since 1900
Kenley trying to close out the A's who are 0-6. They've never gone winless in a homestand longer than three games in Oakland history. So this could be a historically bad start
Never had a 4 game sweep at home? That's surprising.
they have i am sure but they presumably won other games on the home stand
Dodgers definitely missing Brusdar here. Kenley on back to back days? not great
Kenley can't find the plate
He was out if Smith holds onto that ball. Close one
Great time to go outside the zone for Andrus there, sac fly scores Chapman and we're tied up
pretty terrible base running by the guy at 2nd to not take 3rd on that throw
White Sox led the Mariners 4-1 going to B6, M's now lead 8-4 with B6 still ongoing. Not a good frame for Keuchel and Matt Foster ha
Taillon looks pretty sharp so far considering how long it's been for him.
also missing Brusdar and Joe Kelly because the Dodgers are putting in Jimmy Nelson in extras
Not many hard hit balls, but I’ll take it.
Tmb’s favorite reliever just loaded the bases with no outs and got out of it. Nice.
Tony LaRussa is over his head, this is embarrassing
White Sox should be 7-0
is it him or the pitching coach?
based on what I can tell it’s TLR- 7 errors, 3 blown leads by the bullpen, closer unavailable cuz TLR pitched him two innings in a 6 run win. Just stupid shit
how is the manager at fault for errors?
I popped in the tapes. You're right...
he’s not but the bullpen and lineups yes
And intentionally putting the go-ahead run on base in the 9th vs the Angels, Pujols at that
or just completely not using review and costing the Sox an out
it’s been a bad first week for TLR
Nobody could’ve predicted this!!!!
all understandable when you consider that the last time he managed, there was no replay and Pujols was the best player in the world
Yankees broadcast has a doctor in the booth discussing the befits of receiving the vaccine and answering concerns/FAQs. Apparently they use their stadium as a vaccination site
good for them