How Lowe Can We Go?
|Glendon Rusch, LHP
5-7, 4.35 ERA
89/45 K/BB, 10 HR in 111.2 IP
|Derek Lowe, RHP|
8-13, 4.11 ERA
115/41 K/BB, 26 HR in 175.0 IP
|LF Jayson Werth||LF Jerry Hairston Jr|
|SS *Oscar Robles||SS #Neifi Perez|
|2B Jeff Kent||1B Derrek Lee|
|1B Olmedo Saenz||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|C Jason Phillips||3B Nomar Garciaparra|
|3B Mike Edwards||2B *Todd Walker|
|RF #Jose Cruz Jr.||C Michael Barrett|
|Jason Repko||CF *Corey Patterson|
|P Derek Lowe||P *Glendon Rusch|
Listening to an interview with Lackey on WSCR - he sounds a bit like a gruff Fozzie Bear
FWIW -- Lackey was the only RH batter to get a hit off of Scherzer. KB and Baez were 0-for-6 with 6Ks. Gotta love lefty/righty balance, and switch-hitters.
Somebody needs to explain to Richard the concept of run differential. Dammit, this was a tough one to absorb.
In the same vein, I hope we can now dispense with "LaStella sucks as a starter".
They just wanted to get Rondon a save is why they gave up those runs. Madden is a genius that way....
15 games over .500...not a bad place to be on may 6th.
Brian Schlitter moments aside - what a sweet win!
this ump...at least he seems consistently shitty.
c.richard with another outing making him look expendable...
hey may be a righty, but f.pena put in another strong night last night...2ip 0h 1bb 3k
last thing the club seems to need is another reliever, though. the cubs starters keep putting lack-of-work pressure on the pen more than anything so far.
Good thing Bryant can play multiple positions. If he was only a 3B he'd be frustrated sitting.
I think it might have been just the push he needed.
I believe +411 by the '39 Yankees is the all-time record.
From now on maybe there's no point keeping score of the game, just track the run differential.
Dusty says, "screw you, Rob, just for that, I'm taking him out."
HAHAHAHA! Nicely done, "G".