June 24, 2012

Show #189: Ups and Downs On the Road in the AL East

Heyward and Simmons killing it.  Minor and Venters killing the team.  And the triumphant return of JJ.

 

 

146 Responses to “Show #189: Ups and Downs On the Road in the AL East”

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  1. 51
    Bubdylan Says:

    Now Durbin’s getting squeezed. Robot umpires soon, please.

  2. 52
    Leah Says:

    Bub…I like it when you see the silver lining.

  3. 53
    Bubdylan Says:

    Good job, Durbin. And good bp management, Fredi (blech).

  4. 54
    Bubdylan Says:

    Leah, I’m just giddy that JJ is getting MLB outs. I thought he’d recover, but that’s because I thought he’d get his velocity back. He’s all-location now, which is nerve-wracking, but he’s pulling it off for the most part.

  5. 55
    Bubdylan Says:

    We need a bench bat.

  6. 56
    Leah Says:

    Here’s Curt’s favorite starter. Come on Meds!

  7. 57
    Bubdylan Says:

    Meds’s pitch selection makes me feel tingly you-know-where.

  8. 58
    Walker Says:

    We always talk about Fredi but how about Gibson keeps Bloomquist at the top of the order when he has one of the worst OBPs among the starting lineup.

    #Fred isn’t the only bad manager

  9. 59
    Bubdylan Says:

    I hate Beethoven.

  10. 60
    Walker Says:

    Jason was just swinging at everything in that at bat.

  11. 61
    Leah Says:

    Win some…lose some.

  12. 62
    Bubdylan Says:

    Yeah. I guess at least all the NL East teams that played today lost by one run to bad ballteams. That’s … somethin’.

  13. 63
    ham Says:

    Totally agree with bringing in Kimbrel there, hope that Fredi doesn’t get cold feet b/c of the outcome. Tough loss, but good game. JJ looked good.

  14. 64
    Danny Says:

    Really thought Meds needed to come in during the sixth. It seemed like JJ lost his composure after not getting those early calls. Why call the fire department after your house burns down?

  15. 65
    Danny Says:

    I am warming up to the thought of robot umps. I think we should start a new league for the trampolines though. Kinda like what football tried to do with arena, etc.

  16. 66
    Walker Says:

    Thank God we have MLB network because Major League baseball just isn’t talked about enough in an in depth way. All espn talks about is Tebow, Lebron, NBA, NFL. First Take acts like baseball doesn’t exist. One hour of Baseball Tonight is all they offer. But I guess its business. I’m finished rambling.

  17. 67
    Adam Says:

    We look like a little league team.

  18. 68
    Curt Says:

    In retrospect, this lineup turns out to be as stupid as I thought it was today when I first saw it

  19. 69
    Adam Says:

    Simmons is my hero!

  20. 70
    Leah Says:

    I’m loving the kid! Poor Pastornicky. I tend to forget about him these days.

  21. 71
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    He just doesn’t miss hangers…

  22. 72
    Bubdylan Says:

    Wow, Simmons.

  23. 73
    Bubdylan Says:

    lol, two posts in 8 hours,

    Simmons Boom,

    4 posts in 2 minutes.

  24. 74
    Mark in Memphis Says:

    Anybody want to trade Pastornicky and a minor league pitcher for Zach Greinke? Mil is pretty much out of the NL Central, they need a shortstop and have very little in the minors thanks to trading for Greinke…

    Kinda looks like Pastornicky might be expendable…

  25. 75
    Bubdylan Says:

    MiM, well yeah. But what that be enough? You’re not talking Teheran, are you?

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