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- May 23, 2014
I mean that’s a bit of a slippery slope. I think lifting kershaw is the right decision with the game in hand and no reason to extend him. But when it’s only 80 pitches during a perfect game, I think you can afford to give him a bit more. Eovaldi at 98 through 5 is obviously an entirely different situation. And 1964 salaries is completely unrelatedI don't know. Why was Eovaldi pulled today after 98? Why didn't he pitch more than five innings? Why are there pitch counts and pitch limits at all? Let's go back to 1964 when pitchers blew their arms out for less than life-changing money.