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1 minute ago, Moose Milligan said:

It's not.  Maybe we should pump the breaks on Hays to the HOF talk for now.

I think we should wait another two maybe three games.  To get a good look and make an informed decision.

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16 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

I don't know man.  Sure he hit a double by why did he wait until they already had two outs?  He should have led off the inning with the double, or better yet, had Wilkerson walk then hit the double.  That way it would be second and third with no outs.

What makes you think that, if it happened like that, Stevie wouldn't have been thrown out trying to score?

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OK, I’ve been working, and now I get to check in on the game, but before checking in the score, I came here to read the comments so as to brace myself for the bad news.

And as near as I can tell the bad news is that John gave up a homerun but until then he was pitching very well, and Davis is bad and people are complaining that he’s playing instead of Stewart, and I would also rather Stewart play, but from what I’ve seen Stewart isn’t anything to write home about either. And can we share a moment of thanks that at least Smith is not in the field?

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Just now, SteveA said:

Three hits for Hays

I love his athleticism. He is a fun player to watch.  

Just hope he makes enough contact. 

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