Originally Posted by Ahhhorsepoo
how can you blame BPhill for EE's throw being way behind him?!
I really think Phillips made that a much harder play for Edwin by not being on the bag or at least about to arrive at the bag. Edwin hesitated on throwing because he assumed Phillips would be where he is supposed to be and when he was ready to release he saw Phillips just now starting for second. At the very least, you have to admit trying to hit someone on the run to the bag is harder than tossing it to a guy standing at the bag (which Phillips should have been).
IMO, It was a boneheaded play by Phillips that got hilighted because Edwin didn't execute the throw.