Today there wasn't much to be pissed off about other than that Joel Hanrahan. The offense had plenty of chances (Austin Kearns is still here b/c why?!?!?!?!?!?!?!) but Joel cost us the game.
That's what you said. Right there you said, "Joel cost us the game."
I'm saying it's preposterous to say he did it alone. His wild pitch led to the winning run, but if the offense had at all done what it's supposed to do he wouldn't have been in that position. This, by the way, is the claim that people were making in GDT Game 2 when they said Dunn's homer was important. If in one game you're going to claim that earlier actions led to the outcome in the end (tying the game for Joel to blow it) then you need to hold them accountable for the lack of production which led to losing the game.
That's all. Joel threw the wild pitch that lost the game. But if the offense had five runs, that run doesn't matter.