Author Topic: NL Division Series: Nationals @ Dodgers, Game 4  (Read 27242 times)

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Offline spidernat

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Because of the 3 HBP's Espinosa's postseason OPS is .300 :lmao:

Offline natsarl

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Man, talk about the slump of all slumps for Danny

Online varoadking

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attaboy, danny...

Online Slateman

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Oh okay, now we can start over with Severino and our pitcher.

Offline sportsfan882

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Espinosa is a mother freaker.

Hopefully Max is ready to pitch the game of his life on Thursday.

Offline mmzznnxx

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freak Dusty for putting that cancer in. freak him so hard.

Offline welch

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Danny has not touched a pitch by Kershaw. Bench him. Use Difo and save Drew for pinch-hitting.

Online Slateman

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Man, talk about the slump of all slumps for Danny

At some point, it stops being a slump, and starts being "he sucks balls"

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Because of the 3 HBP's Espinosa's postseason OPS is .300 :lmao:

He's, what...1 for 27 all time in the playoffs?

Offline spidernat

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Oh goodie, back in time to watch Espinosa flail away at strikes 1, 2, and 3

Hang on to the sack tightly or you might fall off on one of those swings.

Offline mitlen

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Danny has not touched a pitch by Kershaw. Bench him. Use Difo and save Drew for pinch-hitting.

Keeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeriste, old farts like us can do an Espinosa.

Offline natsarl

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Kershaw seems to be settling down

Offline houston-nat

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OK, Joe Ross, hit a homer

Offline natsarl

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At some point, it stops being a slump, and starts being "he sucks balls"

We're there already

Offline BrandonK

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At some point, it stops being a slump, and starts being "he sucks balls"

Never thought I'd see you post something like that...

Online RobDibblesGhost

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Kershaw seems to be settling down

Bottom of the order and Danny is the like the "free space" on a bingo card. Let's see how he does next inning.

Offline mitlen

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There's a reason they call it the "bottom of the order".

Offline metssuck

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Im not even mad at Danny. He could easily not be an issue but hes being enabled to be one. So it is what it is.

Offline spidernat

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Never thought I'd see you post something like that...

It's also a lie. Espinosa does not suck balls. He has others do it for him.

Offline mimontero88

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Ew... 9 pitch inning is not what we wanted to see there.  I understand the Nats seemed to be in attack mode but once Kershaw throws 27 pitches in the first inning, that plan needed to change.  A lot of swings at a lot of pitches out of the zone is not gonna get it done.

Offline trangert418

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As soon as I saw where Severino was set up, I knew that was not going to end well.  Why they chose that location against Gonzalez is beyond me.  Not a location mistake because the pitch was where Severino wanted it.  More a choice of location mistake.

Severino set up just off the inside corner about mid thigh. The pitch was 4-6 inches above the belt and right down the middle of the plate.

Offline EdStroud

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He's, what...1 for 27 all time in the playoffs?
only hit 2012 vs StL (Mitchell Boggs) in a 12-4 loss

Offline mitlen

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Severino set up just off the inside corner about mid thigh. The pitch was 4-6 inches above the belt and right down the middle of the plate.

Really.    That was not a Severino problem.

Offline mimontero88

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Severino set up just off the inside corner about mid thigh. The pitch was 4-6 inches above the belt and right down the middle of the plate.
Yeah but Severino has to know enough about Ross to know his fastball has a lot of swingback action.  That's too dangerous of a location to ask for given the movement on Ross's fastball.

EDIT:  And that's a great spot to attack against most lefties who tend to have a bit of an uppercut in their swing but Gonzalez is not most lefties and they should know that from the scouting report.

Offline HattoriHanzo

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I have never hated a player on the nats as much as danny. My hate for him exceeds the hate I have for storen.