That is three balls Pujols has just missed - two went foul by a lot.
the pop up, however, was not close. good pitching by Arroyo
Not scared of Pujols one bit, apparently. Hasn't hurt us so far.
Every time Pujols makes an out, I feel like someone who just got a call from the governor.Originally Posted by kevinc12345
23 Years and Counting...
maybe his core has never recovered from the injury to his oblique so he's not as strong there as he used to be?Originally Posted by OnBaseMachine
or (and more likely) there's still something lingering from his broken pelvis/hip (or was that Hudson)?
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Same thing with the Braves during their run. Guys like Lemke, Branson and Eddie Perez would get big hit after big hit night after night. There has to be a reason.Originally Posted by M2
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- - Rowdy Roddy Piper
"It takes a big man to admit when he is wrong. I am not a big man"
- - Fletch
Ross lines a double to the right field corner.
A run would be nice!
Ross with the nice double on the first pitch.
For me, it's kinda like when I'm sorting my laundry and find a $10 bill.Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor
He fails 2 out of every 3 times up..so..WALK him next time
I miss Adam Dunn.
David "Big, Bad Florida Gator" Ross w/ the double.
David Lee Ross "jumps" on the first pitch by Mulder!
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