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Offline Spinman

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Re: Nationals @ Phillies, Game 2
« Reply #175: September 18, 2010, 10:19:34 PM »
he had a wild pitch, and a would-be beanball (luckily thrown against a lefty.)  but i think that aspect of him freezes batters up a little bit.  why commit to swinging when there is a 15% chance you have to drop to the ground to prevent a concussion?  get 'em bally.
I think its good to have a guy a little wild around. He certainly doesn't want to hit anyone. But on the other hand you don't want to just throw it down the middle and you are the victim of a come backer.
 I am a little upset. I did wait 3 hours to watch him pitch and right in between innings my computer crashes.
 Oh well Good Job Bally and the rest of the Bullpen. They seem to have it together.
 Good nite!