Re: Soo...Could Tonight Have Gone Any WORSE??
This brings me back to the point made by Narron supportsers of how much credit he should get for being above .500 and how much different things are than under Boone/Miley.
The defense is still horrific, the team still makes bone headed base running errors pretty frequently, the best 8 don't play nightly and the use of what pitching resources are to be had is questionable at best.
The only difference is that Narron has been handed better pitching than Boone or Miley and even with that has only managed to stay slightly above .500. Any normal year thats barely a fringe WC team and certainly not a "contender".
When Arroyo goes back to normal the constant mistakes this guy makes will catch up and he'll be sub .500 just like the two managers he was cloned from that proceeded him.