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Thread: 8/13 @ Indians

  1. #211
    Win!
    other names i have posted under: none

  2. #212
    We win!!!! Cashner!!

  3. #213
    When's the last time you saw a player get six hits AND make two outs on something other than a force play?
    It's a mere moment in a man's life between the All-Star game and the Old Timer's game.
    -Vin Scully

  4. #214
    Cashner gets his 1st save. Does that tie him for the team lead?

  5. #215
    Cashner is the new closer.

  6. #216
    Quote Originally Posted by S5Dewey View Post
    When's the last time you saw a player get six hits AND make two outs on something other than a force play?
    Check that...THREE outs. I forgot about his CS.
    It's a mere moment in a man's life between the All-Star game and the Old Timer's game.
    -Vin Scully

  7. #217
    Quote Originally Posted by Tedballgame View Post
    Cashner is the new closer.
    Workman is now 9-1. E-rod is 13-5. That's 22-6. Which means the rest of the pitching staff is 12 games under .500.

  8. #218
    Quote Originally Posted by S5Dewey View Post
    When's the last time you saw a player get six hits AND make two outs on something other than a force play?
    We saw history made tonight. Cashner got a save.

  9. #219
    I know JBJ didn't hit a walk-off, but the players should have still chased him around the field after the last out.

  10. #220
    Quote Originally Posted by Tedballgame View Post
    Cashner is the new closer.

    From a distance he does look like Kimbrel.

  11. #221
    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    Another 5 runs allowed by the starter (although 2 unearned).

    This is a broken record by a bad band.
    Cora stayed with him too long. He appeared to be weakening.

  12. #222
    Quote Originally Posted by S5Dewey View Post
    When's the last time you saw a player get six hits AND make two outs on something other than a force play?
    Don't forget the error, then one of the most impressive plays (resulting in nothing), nearly throwing the guy out on that slow roller (he had missed one earlier), then stretching a slow bounding ball into a double. As long as he keeps hitting like that, he can make all the base-running gaffes he wants.

  13. #223
    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimer View Post
    Cora stayed with him too long. He appeared to be weakening.

    Asking a starter to go more than 5 is really being a meany pants.

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