Friday Fish Fry
|Glendon Rusch, LHP
5-6, 4.21 ERA
87/43 K/BB, 10 HR in 107.0 IP
|Jason Vargas, LHP|
4-1, 2.43 ERA
33/16 K/BB, 0 HR in 37.0 IP
|CF *Juan Pierre||CF Jerry Hairston Jr.|
|LF Jeff Conine||LF *Matt Lawton|
|3B Miguel Cabrera||1B Derrek Lee|
|1B *Carlos Delgado||C Michael Barrett|
|RF Juan Encarnaciony||3B Nomar Garciaparra|
|2B Damon Easley||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|SS Alex Gonzalez||2B #Neifi Perez|
|C Matt Treanor||SS Ronny Cedeno|
|P *Jason Vargas||P *Glendon Rusch|
Pitcher batting 9th.
i'm not ready for it to end.
i'm not ready for "well, they weren't supposed to make it this year..."
i'm not ready to talk about the off-season yet.
I can relate to that, E-Man. I don't think I'll enjoy watching a high-stakes away game like this on TV. I've watched a lot of games this season after they ended or at least after the Cubs got out to a decent lead. Since they usually win, I've gotten to see a lot of baseball.
But in this case I think we should probably all watch the game live, and not let the pressure exceed the pleasure.
Remember, as I told my wife when our kids went off to college -- this is a good thing! Enjoy it!
Really, really, really hope I'm wrong on this.
And thanks to Michael for our new diggs--and to y'all for sticking around!
You can't prove the performance is because he played the OF. You just can't. Sorry.
BTW, Bryant hit .168 in July playing 3B exclusively.
Bryant: Base running adventures.
Wrigley: 21 HR, 59 RBI, .311/.408/.629
Road: 5 HR, 40 RBI, .243/.333/.360
Rizzo: The slide, the catch.
Russell: All the defense.
Bryant: Pelting the video board.
Soler: 125 MPH ground balls.
Schwarber: DINGERS, surprising LF catches.
Fowler: Walks, the many walks he should have had on 3-2 BS strike calls.
Baez: That 3B play.
Ross: Walk-up music? Bullpen appearance?
No evidence other than 8 hits and 0 HR in 45 AB....