Re: September Scoreboard Watching
I am glad Baker left Bailey in there to face Holliday. While it's not over 'till it's over, at this point, I want to see how the Reds young pitchers handle adversity, and hope that they learn from it.
According to Fay, Baily shook off Hanigan multiple times on that pitch that Holliday deposited behind the centerfield fence. Now maybe in more imporant games, like hopefully in the playoffs, he won't do that again.
Now is the time for the Reds to be setting things up for the postseason, not treating each game like it's the last game of the World Series.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge." -- Albert Einstein