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WE'D BE UP 4-3 RIGHT NOW IF IT WASN'T FOR WILLINGHAM'S INEXCUSABLE ERROR. CASE CLOSED.
you guys are a bunch of fair weather fans.
Why does anyone think firing Manny Acta will help anything? The same people who put this mess of a team together, the same people who signed Daniel Cabrera, would be finding the replacement. How can you possibly see that turning out well?
Willingham didn't walk in a few dozen runs including the freaking pitcher and otherwise generally suck so bad he should be in low-A. Willingham hurt us bad, but as others have said... You have a pitcher who can pitch and we'd be poised to retake the lead right now despite Willingham.
Your right, but he didn't pitch the next 4 batters.
freak Willingham. Kearns starts tomorrow.
yup and that's coming from a guy who hates crab. trust me he wasn't good tonight again and i would love to pull the plug, but we'd be up right now that's the bottom line.
he wouldn't have to pitch to the next 4 batters if Willingham makes that catch. case closed. give up.
i was going to go to bed, but the offense keeps things interesting
Like I already said, we *could* very well be over .500 if it wasn't for Manny Acta's decisions on who to put what pitcher in at what times. His decision to use Hinckley one night a couple weeks ago is another loss I can recall off the top of my head that made no sense and blew the game wide open. Manny is just clueless when it comes to pitching even taking into consideration how horrible our bullpen is + DCrap.
No. Willingham is mashing.Why would you take his hot bat out of the lineup?
no go to bed. i'm playing call of duty world at war
No, he'd just have walked them all in the 6th inning instead of the 5th... And on top of that more than likely have been left in a little bit longer to totally blow the game wide open since he clearly had lost it mentally/physically late in the 5th.
because he's a douchebag and just cost us this game. we should trade him now while he is "hot".
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