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Bad call on the suicide squeeze. Not the right situation.
How does being slow factor into this? I didn't think Nieves was that slow anyway.
They're busy subscribing to BP so they can sound as knowledgeable as you.
Complaints aside, one thing Riggleman has established now is that regardless of the guy in the box or the guy on 3rd (we've had the following combos: Dukes-Hammer; Nyger-Morse; Nieves-Dukes) with a guy on 3rd and less than 2 outs, the squeeze could be on. He should really not do it for the rest of the season and see if he gets success with a counter strategy.
I played 3B too and I tend to believe that throws have to be executed.
Haha, it takes more than that, my friend. Did a nice tool make John Holmes what he was? Uh, well, bad example, but still.
Who is John Holmes?
You can get a DP if a guy is slow enough.
But a decent 1B will help with less than perfect throws. I didn't see it. How bad was the throw and how did it pull Dunn off the bag?
Dunn was practically doing the splits, got the ball in the glove but didn't hold onto it.
It was in the dirt and off to Dunn's right.
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