Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Oct 7, 2021.
Alex fucking Wood… really???
are you fucking kidding me with this wind?????
literally a fucking home run
Longoria too. There is something about this team that just doesn’t click. Never seen a team with such an all or nothing approach to hitting.
We really needed this game with Scherzer on the mound.
without a doubt as flat a performance as i've ever seen in a game that big
just a really ugly miserable loss to the hated ones
no way they close us out on our field but then again i didn't think we'd look like this today
Gavin Lux’s final out
107 mph off the bat, .890 xBA
That's a horseshit loss right there.
I'll not bother with tomorrow's game. Y'all enjoy it. I'll watch my son hit a wiffle ball off a tee and actually see something happen.
All this fancy talk, can you break those numbers down to neanderthal levels? How often is that a home run vs not. How boned did we get on that one?
Crawford rightly gets credit for robbing Mookie of the game tying hit, but Solano, normally a hack with the glove, robbing Pollock to lead off the inning might have been just as big.
Pitchers held SF to three fucking hits. Deserved better.
I’m gonna get into hockey.
My conspiracy theory? The wind knocked Mookie’s line drive down. Just like it knocked Taylor and Lux’s HRs down. Dodgers made 3 .820 XBA or greater outs tonight. They put 25 balls in play, they had hard hit contact (which is classified as hit 95 mph or greater) 13 times, and struck out only six times. They hit liners they hit more liners, hit ground balls the other way and they were all turned into outs. Fuck baseball, what a shitty ass game. This wasn’t a 1 in a million game, this was a 1 in a billion game. No one else loses this type of game but us and no one else wins that type of game but them
Going to throw up…@JeffPassan Gavin Lux hit the final pitch of the game 106.9 mph and at a 22-degree launch angle. Batters this season, on balls hit 106-107 mph and at 22-degree launch, were 55 for 62 (.887) with 38 home runs. The Dodgers had four such hits this year. All were homers. Lux thought he had one
the blowback demoralized them
even solid hits were like spitting in the wind
This ^ fucking comedy
Oddly enough, 69% of the time that is a home run according to Mike Petriello. This applies to the Taylor ball too, possibly even more so
As a lifelong fan I'd avoid Kings' hockey.
To be somewhat fair ( and fuck the Giants) Yaz' ball that Taylor caught at the wall goes out easily.
We'll never even get to SF.
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