7/17 - Eovaldi vs. Cole 7:05 @ toilet

brandonchristensen

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Just keep walking guys until the toilet overflows and they have to stop the game before the inning is over. Where's Andriese when you need him!
How does that work? Wouldnt the Sanchez homer be the game winner? Since they’re the home team? Does it revert the entire inning?
 

BaseballJones

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I’m sure the rain had something to do with gripping the ball tonight. I’m giving him a pass.
Well the Torres homer was a good pitch. Down and in on the hands that Torres didn’t even get great wood on. Bad result for Boston but it was a good pitch.
 

joe dokes

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How does that work? Wouldnt the Sanchez homer be the game winner? Since they’re the home team? Does it revert the entire inning?
Good question. I assumed when I wrote that that the inning has to finish, but actually that might only be if the visitor is ahead. I am an idiot
 

Miniman

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What the fuck happens to calling a game for rain? This should have been called 45 minutes ago. Now it's just bullshit.
 

mikeford

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I’m sure the rain had something to do with gripping the ball tonight. I’m giving him a pass.
his FIP is 4.85, xERA 5.08, BABIP .230, LOB% is like 89, this is more than just a commentary on giving up homers to 2 absolute loser noodle bats. He should not be the guy called upon to hold a lead in a game that matters.
 

Jed Zeppelin

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And there's the 1978 reference. Anyone have that on their bingo card?
LOL, a game started by their only good player, getting every single call, with little shit pop up HRs. Oh yeah this is gonna be the start of something!
 

joe dokes

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his FIP is 4.85, xERA 5.08, BABIP .230, LOB% is like 89, this is more than just a commentary on giving up homers to 2 absolute loser noodle bats. He should not be the guy called upon to hold a lead in a game that matters.
He wasn't.
 

RedOctober3829

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his FIP is 4.85, xERA 5.08, BABIP .230, LOB% is like 89, this is more than just a commentary on giving up homers to 2 absolute loser noodle bats. He should not be the guy called upon to hold a lead in a game that matters.
Good thing is he probably won’t be. Between Barnes, Ottavino, Whitlock, and perhaps Houck they have plenty of late inning options from the right side.