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Bleier was doing a reasonably good job of holding the fort until J.J. Hardy booted a ball to start the 4th inning.

 

12 OUTS: 6 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 3 Flyouts, 2 Popouts

 

RICHARD SIDNEY BLEIER )))))) (vs. RED SOX, 5/03) )) [  

IP:lllll ))*

H:ll)ll  5 ) ll(1 Double, 4 Singles)

R:lllllll 3

ER:llll 1

BB:llll 

SO:llll 0

Pitches: l) 65 )(40 )Strikes, )25 )Balls)0

2017 ERA: l)  2.25 )

2017 WHIP: l)  1.500  )  4 IP (6 H/BB)

2017 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .294  )  5 for 17

 

* ))Bleier entered the game with a runner on 1st base and no outs 1st inning.

PITCHES BY INNING

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18 ll(91 llStrikes, lll91 ..Balls) ))**

13 ll(81 llStrikes, ll.51 ..Balls)

15 ll(12 llStrikes, l. 31 ..Balls)

19 ll(11 l.Strikes, ll)81 ..Balls) 

 

** ))Bleier entered the game runners on 1st and 3rd and no outs 6th inning.

 

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1 minute ago, capyy said:

What's the justification for Trumbo being out?

Neener neener neener! :P

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1 minute ago, Moshagge3 said:

Umpiring issues aside, pretty poor performance at the plate by Trumbo. .545 OPS from your DH is... special.

The guy was essentially Jay Gibbons 2.0 before having a good season in his contract year. How can anybody be surprised that he's falling back to earth this year?

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Just now, TINSTAAPP said:

The guy was essentially Jay Gibbons 2.0 before having a good season in his contract year. How can anybody be surprised that he's falling back to earth this year?

*good half season

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So I missed much of this, saw the ejection of Kevin. How bad has the umps zone been? What about Manny in the 1st when called out?

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