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Posted 10/28/2013 05:50:57 EDT
Was Wong crying during his post game interview?
Tom Hanks anyone....
Posted 10/27/2013 06:01:16 EDT
In response to maxbialystock's comment: This thread kind of reminds me of the Salem witch trials. You have all decided Joyce is a witch, but nobody from the outside (non-RSN), rational world agrees w more »
Posted 10/27/2013 05:52:24 EDT
Not that it will change anything but does it matter that Craig NEVER TOUCHED HOME PLATE?? Rule 7.04(d), which at least discusses the fact that a runner who fails to touch the base to which he is entit more »
Posted 10/27/2013 01:31:39 EDT
In response to andrewmitch's comment: don't forget, he robbed Armando Galarraga of a perfect game What's that rule again, Jim? oh yeah - 3 strikes and you're out!!!!!! I think the title of thread im more »
Posted 10/27/2013 01:02:33 EDT
The 'letter of the law' argument is a convenient rationalization to excuse the umpires for not using discretion. It is the winning run in a World Series game, let the players decide it.
Posted 10/27/2013 12:51:25 EDT
It was horrible. Doubrant had what should have been 2 called third strikes against Holliday and those same low strikes were called against Victorino (I believe) the next half inning. Ellsbury had pi more »
Posted 10/27/2013 12:47:53 EDT
On what planet did the Giants "view Nicks as their #1 receiver coming into the season". They paid Cruz and not Nicks. Agree that the Pats would be wise to kick the tires on finding another WR but do more »
Posted 10/27/2013 12:42:09 EDT
Salty should have put it in his pocket but there were a lot of 'should haves' to go around.
Posted 10/27/2013 12:09:03 EDT
Like most rules in baseball, it is open to interpretation, the word "likely" even appears in the rule, meaning the umps have some discretion. In this case discretion could have let the umps decide th more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:38:40 EDT
In response to moonslav59's comment: In response to Thesemenarecowards' comment: In response to moonslav59's comment: Agreed, Nava should have played vs almost all the RH'd starters. Is anyone thinkin more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:29:13 EDT
In response to Sheriff-Rojas' comment: If Buchholz staggers early, the Red Sox are probably stuck with Ryan Demster, given that they fired most of their bullets in Game 3. I think the decision for ta more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:25:10 EDT
In response to gibsonsg's comment: In response to Thesemenarecowards' comment: I trace it back to the top of the 7th when Gomes PH for Doubrant. Farrell emptied his bench in that inning and apparentl more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:13:01 EDT
In response to moonslav59's comment: Agreed, Nava should have played vs almost all the RH'd starters. Is anyone thinking Gomes should start even one more game? (We face only RH'd starters the rest of more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:10:45 EDT
I trace it back to the top of the 7th when Gomes PH for Doubrant. Farrell emptied his bench in that inning and apparently wanted to save a Napoli PH for a later time. It was a mistake. I think it w more »
Posted 10/27/2013 03:01:07 EDT
In response to moonslav59's comment: Anyone here think Gomes should have started today? Nava should have been in the line-up in game 2, if not for all 3 games. After tonight, he will play the rest of more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:57:06 EDT
In response to Sheriff-Rojas' comment: In response to Thesemenarecowards' comment: I agree that Doubrant was pulled too soon. He looked confident, why lift him for Breslow who seems to have lost his more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:27:04 EDT
"He was literally right on the chalk." Jim Joyce.
Not only does he not know what "on the chalk" means but he also does not know what "literally" means. I look forward to his crying apology.
Posted 10/27/2013 02:25:59 EDT
In response to AlexFilides' comment: Did anyone actually take note that the winning run that scored for the Cards, never actually touched home plate? Even with the obstruction call, that's still an ap more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:23:03 EDT
I agree that Doubrant was pulled too soon. He looked confident, why lift him for Breslow who seems to have lost his confidence?
Posted 10/27/2013 02:13:59 EDT
In response to kimsaysthis' comment: Having Joe Torre step in the press conference with his buffoons only makes it more shady IMO. A guy protecting his legacy. The last thing Torre wants to see is ano more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:12:12 EDT
In response to DaysofYaz's comment: In response to BurritoT-'s comment: Could Middlebrooks be our next Daniel Bard? Not sure. Its a toss up right now between him and breslow. Breslow wasn't that bad t more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:10:18 EDT
In response to kimsaysthis' comment: They just said on MLB that the call was made regardless of whether Middy was in the basepath or not. What? How can that not matter in a call SPECIFICALLY made for more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:05:31 EDT
I'd guess we've seen the last of Middlebrooks in this series. He was bad in the field. The Holliday ball was very playable and the final play he has to come off the bag to field Salty's bad throw. S more »
Posted 10/27/2013 02:01:39 EDT
In response to moonslav59's comment: In response to Thesemenarecowards' comment: The rush of Torre and the talking heads to tell us this was the right call is infuriating. It was not the right call. more »
Posted 10/27/2013 01:42:08 EDT
The rush of Torre and the talking heads to tell us this was the right call is infuriating. It was not the right call. Joyce said that Craig was "On the chalk". That is utter BS.
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