World Series Game 6 Thread: Cardinals at Red Sox

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    Lackey...Give us 6

    Then Workman/Tazawa/Koji

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    And if we are up by ten, maybe Dempster.

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    May be even Morales and Bres.

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    I wouldn't put Morales or Breslow in unless we were up by at least 15

     
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    Lackey...Give us 6

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    And if we are up by ten, maybe Dempster.

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    May be even Morales and Bres.

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    Maybe if we want to make the game a little more competitive haha

     
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    Tip of the cap to the kid Wacha, he's the reason the Cards are still playing. Now lets keep adding on.

     

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    +1

     

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    BS. someone told him to knock off whatever he was on. You don't drop back to your college velocities accurately just because you are hurt. I think MLB had a conversation with the Cards. 

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    You're crazy dude.

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    Okay, then explain. So far, he's the only starather other than Buchhoz to be drastically under his playoff velocity. If anything, Wainwright was better in game 5 than his game 1.  Wacha was hitting 96-97 effortlessly game 2. Not so much tonight. Go read his college scouting profile and tell me which one matches up. Tonight, or the what he was every other game this year? 93-94 top at 95? Or 97+. Yeah, I do my research. Sorry bro.

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    If you did your research, you would know PEDs don't work that way; even if you stopped cold, it would take a long period of time for it to take effect.

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    Depends on what it is I'm sure. whatever. I see with my own eyes. You don't drop that much average velocity, in this case 3-4 mph just because. 

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    Unless it was amphetamines, but that usually involves concentration, not power or strength.  

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    They probably have stuff we've never heard of. They are always trying to stay ahead of the curve. I dunno. When I see things that don't make sense, they don't make sense. This is what I assume a guy like Wacha with his lack of pro experience would be doing and look like. Not mowing down playoff lineup after veteran laded playoff lineup. And here's Seigcrist. He was throwing 99 he's at 95-96. Ortiz's bomb game 1 was on a 99 mph pitch. 

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    Lackey had a game earlier this year when he was hitting 95.  He isn't tonight and hasn't been in the playoffs.  What is your explanation for that?

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    His average is 93ish. One game here and there sure. You could have a good day.  when you constantly throw 98-99 for months, and every postseason appearance until tonight, that's odd. Sorry. 

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    THIS PART OF THE THREAD IS REALLY DUMB WHEN YOU THINK HE WAS TAKING SOMETHING AND STOPPED THUS THE DROP??????

     
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    Looks like Papi will get a real at bat leading off next inning

     
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    Tip of the cap to the kid Wacha, he's the reason the Cards are still playing. Now lets keep adding on.

     

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    +1

     

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    BS. someone told him to knock off whatever he was on. You don't drop back to your college velocities accurately just because you are hurt. I think MLB had a conversation with the Cards. 

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    You're crazy dude.

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    Okay, then explain. So far, he's the only starather other than Buchhoz to be drastically under his playoff velocity. If anything, Wainwright was better in game 5 than his game 1.  Wacha was hitting 96-97 effortlessly game 2. Not so much tonight. Go read his college scouting profile and tell me which one matches up. Tonight, or the what he was every other game this year? 93-94 top at 95? Or 97+. Yeah, I do my research. Sorry bro.

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    If you did your research, you would know PEDs don't work that way; even if you stopped cold, it would take a long period of time for it to take effect.

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    Depends on what it is I'm sure. whatever. I see with my own eyes. You don't drop that much average velocity, in this case 3-4 mph just because. 

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    Unless it was amphetamines, but that usually involves concentration, not power or strength.  

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    They probably have stuff we've never heard of. They are always trying to stay ahead of the curve. I dunno. When I see things that don't make sense, they don't make sense. This is what I assume a guy like Wacha with his lack of pro experience would be doing and look like. Not mowing down playoff lineup after veteran laded playoff lineup. And here's Seigcrist. He was throwing 99 he's at 95-96. Ortiz's bomb game 1 was on a 99 mph pitch. 

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    Lackey had a game earlier this year when he was hitting 95.  He isn't tonight and hasn't been in the playoffs.  What is your explanation for that?

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    His average is 93ish. One game here and there sure. You could have a good day.  when you constantly throw 98-99 for months, and every postseason appearance until tonight, that's odd. Sorry. 

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    THIS PART OF THE THREAD IS REALLY DUMB WHEN YOU THINK HE WAS TAKING SOMETHING AND STOPPED THUS THE DROP??????

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    However he's doing it, he'll end up with an appointment with "Tommy John" eventually.

     
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    Looks like Papi will get a real at bat leading off next inning

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    They will walk him everytime 1B is open.  I think they don't want Papi to make any contact, or the entire St Louis will descent on Matheny.

     
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    Lackey...Give us 6

    Then Workman/Tazawa/Koji

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    And if we are up by ten, maybe Dempster.

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    May be even Morales and Bres.

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    I wouldn't put Morales or Breslow in unless we were up by at least 15

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     no no no. Need at least 20. And top of the ninth.

     
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    Come on lackey,  get through this inning. 

     
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    PEDEY

     
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    Nice play by Pedey....

     
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    Tip of the cap to the kid Wacha, he's the reason the Cards are still playing. Now lets keep adding on.

     

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    +1

     

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    BS. someone told him to knock off whatever he was on. You don't drop back to your college velocities accurately just because you are hurt. I think MLB had a conversation with the Cards. 

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    You're crazy dude.

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    Okay, then explain. So far, he's the only starather other than Buchhoz to be drastically under his playoff velocity. If anything, Wainwright was better in game 5 than his game 1.  Wacha was hitting 96-97 effortlessly game 2. Not so much tonight. Go read his college scouting profile and tell me which one matches up. Tonight, or the what he was every other game this year? 93-94 top at 95? Or 97+. Yeah, I do my research. Sorry bro.

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    If you did your research, you would know PEDs don't work that way; even if you stopped cold, it would take a long period of time for it to take effect.

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    Depends on what it is I'm sure. whatever. I see with my own eyes. You don't drop that much average velocity, in this case 3-4 mph just because. 

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    Unless it was amphetamines, but that usually involves concentration, not power or strength.  

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    They probably have stuff we've never heard of. They are always trying to stay ahead of the curve. I dunno. When I see things that don't make sense, they don't make sense. This is what I assume a guy like Wacha with his lack of pro experience would be doing and look like. Not mowing down playoff lineup after veteran laded playoff lineup. And here's Seigcrist. He was throwing 99 he's at 95-96. Ortiz's bomb game 1 was on a 99 mph pitch. 

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    Lackey had a game earlier this year when he was hitting 95.  He isn't tonight and hasn't been in the playoffs.  What is your explanation for that?

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    His average is 93ish. One game here and there sure. You could have a good day.  when you constantly throw 98-99 for months, and every postseason appearance until tonight, that's odd. Sorry. 

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    THIS PART OF THE THREAD IS REALLY DUMB WHEN YOU THINK HE WAS TAKING SOMETHING AND STOPPED THUS THE DROP??????

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    Really? Maybe the stench got too much for MLB? I don't know the reason. I just know what I see. That's all. And it's odd. And that's it. Nice play Pedey! Gold glover!

     
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    Pedroia=vaccum

     
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    Lackey...Give us 6

    Then Workman/Tazawa/Koji

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    And if we are up by ten, maybe Dempster.

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    May be even Morales and Bres.

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    Morales already had his play of the game.

     
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    Redemption

     
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    LACKEY!!!!!

     
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    Lackeys is dealing! He has just earned every penny of his contract!

     
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    LACKEY!!!!

     
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    WOW LACKEY!!

     
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    Tip of the cap to the kid Wacha, he's the reason the Cards are still playing. Now lets keep adding on.

     

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    +1

     

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    BS. someone told him to knock off whatever he was on. You don't drop back to your college velocities accurately just because you are hurt. I think MLB had a conversation with the Cards. 

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    You're crazy dude.

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    Okay, then explain. So far, he's the only starather other than Buchhoz to be drastically under his playoff velocity. If anything, Wainwright was better in game 5 than his game 1.  Wacha was hitting 96-97 effortlessly game 2. Not so much tonight. Go read his college scouting profile and tell me which one matches up. Tonight, or the what he was every other game this year? 93-94 top at 95? Or 97+. Yeah, I do my research. Sorry bro.

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    If you did your research, you would know PEDs don't work that way; even if you stopped cold, it would take a long period of time for it to take effect.

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    Depends on what it is I'm sure. whatever. I see with my own eyes. You don't drop that much average velocity, in this case 3-4 mph just because. 

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    Unless it was amphetamines, but that usually involves concentration, not power or strength.  

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    They probably have stuff we've never heard of. They are always trying to stay ahead of the curve. I dunno. When I see things that don't make sense, they don't make sense. This is what I assume a guy like Wacha with his lack of pro experience would be doing and look like. Not mowing down playoff lineup after veteran laded playoff lineup. And here's Seigcrist. He was throwing 99 he's at 95-96. Ortiz's bomb game 1 was on a 99 mph pitch. 

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    Lackey had a game earlier this year when he was hitting 95.  He isn't tonight and hasn't been in the playoffs.  What is your explanation for that?

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    His average is 93ish. One game here and there sure. You could have a good day.  when you constantly throw 98-99 for months, and every postseason appearance until tonight, that's odd. Sorry. 

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    THIS PART OF THE THREAD IS REALLY DUMB WHEN YOU THINK HE WAS TAKING SOMETHING AND STOPPED THUS THE DROP??????

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    Exactly.  Even the best pitchers have a bad game now and then.

     
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    Lackey at 83 pitches through six.

     
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    Get ready to see some 100 MPH pitches.  Martinez is warming up.

    I think Lackey is starting 7th, he looked awfully good with that splitter to Adams (sp?)

     
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