Re: Things Marty Loves to Complain about
Originally Posted by dougdirt
They are the same regardless of when they are scored.
The difference is that before the 9th inning of a home game, scoring as many runs as possible is important so going out of your way to try and score just one is counter productive. In the 9th inning at home you only need one more than the other team and the game is over. Strategy changes at that point.
So you're saying that passing up a run and banking on scoring more is counter productive? Knowing better than most that baseball is a game of failure?
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