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Serviceable, Alfredo. Only one walk, and you threw a lot of strikes.

SIMON TONIGHT:

IP: 8

H:o 6

R:o 3

BB: 1

SO: 5

Pitches: 105 (68 Strikes, 37 Balls)

2011 ERA: 4.85

Nice job Alfredo!!!!:2yay-thumb::2yay-thumb::2yay-thumb:

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Is Reynolds really a bad 1B? I guess that was an easy play anyone makes? He sure makes a lot of easy plays.

He is who he is. He just made a goofy mistake yesterday (I think) on a 3-2-3 double play attempt, missing the throw from the catcher that was catchable.

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Nice job Alfredo!!!!:2yay-thumb::2yay-thumb::2yay-thumb:

Don't mind my comments when it comes to our starting pitchers. I'm a tough love fan with them. Last week, Tommy Hunter pitched 7 shutout innings, and I said "Good enough, Tommy." Then, Zach Britton threw 7 innings and gave up only one run, and I said the same for him: "Good enough, Zachary."

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Don't mind my comments when it comes to our starting pitchers. I'm a tough love fan with them. Last week, Tommy Hunter pitched 7 shutout innings, and I said "Good enough, Tommy." Then, Zach Britton threw 7 innings and gave up only one run, and I said the same for him: "Good enough, Zachary."
Yeah you do have some hard standards when it comes to our starting pitchers.;)

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Whew. That was almost an inning worthy of Kevin Gregg, minus the opposing team scoring. But the men on base and the nail biting was definitely Gregg-worthy.

Hopefully Jim can come out for the bottom of the 10th and have a much less ... interesting inning.

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