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You said you don't even like watching the Nats play in competitive games. You said they playing close games is meaningless and you prefer that they get blown out than they lose a close one. You might eventually get your wish but this game is still within reach.
he'd make for a good right handed specialist, when someone is on base, with that sinker ball/change combo.
that was the kid's best game of the year. every outing i've seen him, he's been pretty solid the first time through. by the fourth inning he gets into trouble.he'd make for a good right handed specialist, when someone is on base, with that sinker ball/change combo.
...You wanna know who called that pitch? WIL NIEVES...
Pete Orr just made the greatest leaping grab you will ever see at SS. Olsen has been saved countless times tonight by stellar defensive plays. his line thru five: 5 IP 8 H 2 R 2 ER 1 BB 3 K.
Let's be honest. Stammen lived off of some amazing defensive plays to completely change the complexion of that game.
Exactly. Some people get too excited over a young prospect who had a decent game or two. Stammen's first start was pretty good for 5 innings and then he went to pieces. He was serviceable against the Rays and had a good outing against the yankess last week. But he has not been anything special or anything to get excited about. Even if you judge him by the bogus quality start stat he only has 1 of those out of 7 starts. He still has a long way to go to ever become a reliable starter at this level.
Stammen throws strikes and is not afraid of contact. all the makings for a #5 starter or a ML reliever.
and it's a blowout again.
pitching has struggled this series but everyone knew they couldn't pitch lights out forever.the onus is on the offense which continually puts out only a couple of runs a game. you can't expect to beat teams like the Red Sox by scoring 3 runs. You have to be able to score 7-8+.
But Manny tells them they can't expect to beat these teams.
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