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Watch us get guys on base here and he comes up trying to redeem himself, over does it, and hits into a triple play.

Wish they'd let me rep this twice.

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Wow. I try not to be a debbie downer too much any more, but that was pathetic and they should be embarassed. This is bad news bear baseball.

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This team is going no where fast. They've made more mistakes the first 10 games this year than the last 70 last year. This is really getting ridiculous.

Guess you don't remember the defense of Betemit, Davis and Reynolds at the beginning of the year.

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Jones didnt try and watch the ball into his glove instead twisting his body and neck to the point where it was almost over the shoulder. He had plenty of time to get under it, he just didnt catch it properly, and it skipped out of his glove. Terrible play. But almost predictable the way he got under it.

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Cue every sports highlight show in America showing Jones looking awful followed by the good ole' Yankees getting a triple play. Bad bad bad. At least this only counts as one loss I guess.

As well it should be

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First tripple play I've ever seen in my life...
Does that "count" as a triple play though? Seems more like a double play and a terrible basrunning error.

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Hunter? Buck has given up on this one. 2 hr's this inning by NY.

Hunter: I dare you guys to try to hit one out in this weather.

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fwiw it was clearly correct for MM to run, however he reacted too slow to the situation and should have stayed put as a result. I don't think there's even a debate that it was correct for him to run though.

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Its a bad game. They happen to every team. Every team

Lets not freak out. If it becomes a pattern then worry for now its some early season heeby jeebies IMO.

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