Borlbetruck was all over it.
I hate him... with a passion.
So I have a question. If a guy gets through an entire season without any of his errors ever leading to actual runs - does his "Error Runs" or whatever other run-based sabremetrics suffer anyway?
Because as far as I can tell, Dunn dropped a ball that didn't lead to a run in a game that was already very likely to be a loss. Sure it sucks, and I hate to see any of our fielders make mistakes, but like SSB said...
At least Dunn chose to do that in this game and not one that mattered.
Kinda funny that Dunn also drove in the only Nats run of the night.