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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    LOL on that one. That catch was like what Harper does all the time. Werth less often and usually hurts himself when he does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1940757690 View Post
    Aaarghhh! Werth's not usually a big K guy. It's okay. They can close a 1 or 2 run gap quickly and the guys to do it will be up next. Stammen in from the pen. Pretty reliable innings eater.
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    His strikeout totals his past 3 full seasons.

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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    Werth brings back a HR, the Cards could be robbed of two HR and go to 2-0 in the playoffs, they rather get their runs handed to them anyway.

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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    Shu will do nadda

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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    Always nice to hit the .236 lifetime minor league hitter with two outs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ironman92 View Post
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    His strikeout totals his past 3 full seasons.
    Bigger story around those #s. Was a disaster last year. Money this year. OBP. He's all about that. I'm not going to look up the OBP #s right now but that's where you'd see his value. Whether it's $126 million of value is a different question...and a fair debate.

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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    And that's why Shumacher doesn't get more playing time. Classic Stammen inning except for the HBP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1940757690 View Post
    Molina and Posey are the best catchers in baseball.
    This little Nats catcher is impressing me...he's taking a beating back there and stopping everything.

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    Can't beat em

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    Re: Postseason Scoreboard Watching

    They said that was the defensive play of the game about 3 guys after a HR was brought back in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdal View Post
    This little Nats catcher is impressing me...he's taking a beating back there and stopping everything.
    Everyone in OAK is po'ed about Suzuki. He's produced big in DC; didn't for OAK.

    Announcers just called the Descalso play the "defensive play of the game." Huh? How about the Werth play 10 minutes ago?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HometownHero View Post
    Always nice to hit the .236 lifetime minor league hitter with two outs
    Come on man...this kid lead the Cards in OBP, batting Ave AND slugging since he replaced Furcal in Sept!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magdal View Post
    Come on man...this kid lead the Cards in OBP, batting Ave AND slugging since he replaced Furcal in Sept!!!
    I like Kozma. Reminds me a bit of Cozart. And his straight face when he told media he was camped under the ball vs ATL was way better than Golden Tate claiming he didn't know anything about pushing off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HometownHero View Post
    They said that was the defensive play of the game about 3 guys after a HR was brought back in.
    It had to be the greatest defensive play of all time because the greatest player of all time was the hitter. Harper doesn't make outs, only great defensive plays stop him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1940757690 View Post
    Everyone in OAK is po'ed about Suzuki. He's produced big in DC; didn't for OAK.

    Announcers just called the Descalso play the "defensive play of the game." Huh? How about the Werth play 10 minutes ago?
    What do ya' expect Man? That geezer Enberg can't remember his wife's name!


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