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Trying to Salvage a Game (vs. MARLINS, 8/06)

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Trying to avoid the sweep ........



Hanser Joel Alberto Pena - 2B

Anthony Santander - RF

Jose Antonio Iglesias Aleman - SS

John Dwight "J.D." Smith, Jr.  - LF

Renato Nunez - DH

Chance Thomas Leo Sisco - C

Austin Charles Bryan "C.B." Hays - CF

Chris Davis - 1B

Patrick Valaika - 3B

Wade Matthew LeBlanc - LHP )) (1-0, 4.09 ERA) ) *


* )) Leads the American League in winning Percentage (1.000)



Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - DH

Jon David "J.D." Berti - SS

Francisco Cervelli - C

Jesus Aguilar - 1B

Brian Wade "B.W." Anderson - 3B

Lewis Brinson - RF

John Logan Forsythe - 2B

Magneuris Sierra - LF

Monte Harrison - CF

Jordan Yamamoto - RHP )) (4-5, 4.46 ERA)





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Cobb cost himself 3 extra pitches in the 2nd inning by committing a throwing error. 

He struggled a bit with his control in the 3rd inning, but pitched himself out of what was a relatively minor jam.

100% of the outs that he recorded tonight (15 out of 15) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.



15 OUTS: )  8 Groundouts, 7 Strikeouts



ALEXANDER MILLER COBB )))))))) (vs. MARLINS, 8/05))))))) [GAME ONE]


H:lllll2 ) l(1 Home Run, 1 Single)

R:llll 1



Pitches: l) 86 )(52)Strikes, )34)Balls)

2020 ERA: l) 2.51 )  14.33 IP  (4 ER) 

2020 WHIP: l)  1.116  )  14.33 IP  (16 H/BB) 

2020 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .182  )(10 for 55)




12  lll(61 llStrikes, lll61 l.Balls)

16  lll(13 llStrikes, lll31 llBalls)

24  ll(14 lllStrikes, l10 llllBalls)

14  lll(10 llStrikes, lll41 llBalls)

20  ll(91 lllStrikes, l11 llllBalls)



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The Phillies lead the Yankees by a score of 5-2 after 3 innings.

Jordan Montgomery is at 74 pitches overall for the Yanks.


The southeastern Pennsylvanians are trying to salvage a 4-game split with the New Yorkers.



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1 minute ago, scOtt said:

Trying to get back to .500 .....

And we have to do it against the team with the best winning % in baseball.   Tall order!

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9 minutes ago, SteveA said:

And we have to do it against the team with the best winning % in baseball.   Tall order!

With ACE-LIKE pitching!!!!!!1!!!1







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Had enough of Garceau lately, trying something a bit difference.  Sound is down on the TV, have the radio broadcast on.  Let's see if I can synch them up time-wise.  

Radio is a good ten seconds behind TV so let's pause the TV and see how this works.

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All the masks I have worn hook around the ears.  I noticed Mattingly's goes around the back of his head completely below the ears.

Yamamoto strikes out the side.

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O's hitting stays the course against the Marlins.   Leadoff double followed by 3 K's.  Birds have managed one run in 3 games and one inning, now.

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