View Full Version : Questions for Trachsel
07-13-2007, 02:57 PM
I thought I could make Trachsel's rehab start tomorrow night in Frederick an Orioles Hangout group interview. Now, I don't know what kind of a mood Trachsel will be in after his start, but I thought it would be cool if you guys had any questions that you wanted me to fire at Trachsel. I'll try and ask him as many as possible, and hopefully this will be a neat way for the fans to get connected as well. So fire away, and I'll be on the Hangout tonight and tomorrow gathering questions, and I may even do a live update through Steve's rehab start against Lynchburg. I look forward to any and all responses from you all and thanks again! I'll stay up late tomorrow night to transcribe the interview since I head to Myrtle Beach for a week's vacation on Sunday.
07-13-2007, 03:12 PM
Thanks for the heads up AV - btw - I love your work! :cool:
So you di - int like the mound at Frederick? What's up with that? We all thought were a "gamer".
Do you call your own game or do you lean heavily on Ramón/Bakster?
What's your personal record for the longest game pitched timewise?
Do pitchers in the AL ever practice bunting during the season? In that regard, do catchers like Paul Bako practice bunting?
How would you feel if you were lucky enough to be traded to a contender at the deadline?
Do you like the Chris Berman saddled you with the Steve "Blood on the" Trachsel (a reference Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan) nickname?
You have tallied a lot of walks so far compared to relatively few strikeouts, what are working on to improve that during the second half?
As you're getting older, in baseball years, what are some of the things you do now that you didn't do before to keep yourself in gameday playing condition?
Can you play left field?
07-13-2007, 05:01 PM
Ask him where he wants to be traded.