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Nah, Lee will be
Sorry I'm late. I take it that this is the Jordan Zimmermann everyone has been talking about. OK, worth the wait.
What was in the mosquito? Malaria?
Great job by Peralta. He's really surprised me this year. Wonder why it took so long for him to really put it together.
Gets my vote.
Great, now Linty is high too
When did all this "front door" "back door" BS start?
That's been around as long as men and women have been banging.
I am loving the year he has had and maybe he has finally figured things out, but it certainly isn't unusual for a reliever to have a fluke year. I can think of a few nationals relievers of years past that would fit the bill.
Peralta credits throwing different pitches in different counts. I imagine someone could go to Brookings and prove it.
SI_JonHeyman wow. mets broadcasters just noted that mets have allowed 10 grand slams this year and hit none
I don't doubt that he said and I am willing to look it up (b/c it is something that does interest me), but something more specific would help. I am not going to be able to do much with "throwing different pitches in different counts." Either way, there are always cases of relievers (or pitchers for that matter) that finally figure out the art of pitching and become successful in the latter years of their career. Here is to hoping Peralta is one of them
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