posted at 5/18/2013 12:37 AM EDT
Come up with a comment that has merit.
Tell me the difference:
Give up two walks in a row.
Give up two hits in a row.
Give up a hit and a walk.
Give up a hit, walk,K.
Give up a Hit, K, Walk.
I didn't watch the game tonight but the Twins pitcher gave up a hit and a walk--should he have been pulled in the 10th before Gomes SacFly?
posted at 5/18/2013 1:44 AM EDT
It was both clutch and breaks.
posted at 5/18/2013 7:17 PM EDT
Incredibly enough, it just happened again. Baltimore closer Jim Johnson issued consecutive walks and stayed in the game. He ended up giving up 3 runs and the lead.
That's 3 times in a few days it's been done by Maddon, Scioscia and Showalter, 3 of the game's top managers.