Discussion in 'Los Angeles DODGERS' started by irish, Sep 3, 2023.
Hadn't pitched in 10 days. Needed to throw.
he pitched five days ago against ATL but i get your point
still would have preferred waiting until (at least) tomorrow instead of wasting him in a blowout
And there's always a chance for some freak physical thing to happen out there...why increase it in a laugher ?
At least if he's trying to save a W, and some shit happens, it made some sense.
Also, now Outman sits against LH pitchers ? I thought he was better or equal to his average against RH ?
Or is that in just my Bizarro universe ?
im in full homo and think Sheehan, Stone and Grove deserve a reach around as well
I was mistaken. He's pitched once in 10 days.
Tomorrow might be another blowout. No easy answers.
“I was going to give him every opportunity to finish that game,” Roberts said (of Pepiot having a no-hit bid). “He’s big. He’s physical."
Buehler, Stripling, and Hill are quite offended by this.
Fixed it for ya, SCARECROW...
so Betts left on crutches from a foul off his foot in the first inning?
Yeah. Just read that ... hopefully just a bruise. Anything worse .... good night, Gracie!
After Julio's stupidity, I posted what else can happen to this team ?
Well...now I know.
Quite a pitching demonstration by Pepiot. Not overpowering, just hitting spots with all his pitches.
You gotta give him credit for taking the opportunity of diluting his two past historical doltish moves, as posted above.
Carpe diem all the way from the sly little weasel.
In reality, a walk, WP, HBP, or an error would probably resulted in his removal had the score not been laugher level.
Hill pitched into the 10th and Stripling was coming off an arm injury. I thought both were the right calls, as was pulling Kershaw a year ago in Minnesota.
Is this a typo or are you referring to his previous start? Hill was at 89 pitches through seven when he was pulled with the perfecto going.
I was referencing the game in Pittsburgh where he lost his no-no in the 10th (and the game).
mookie out the entire series
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