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Just now, eddie83 said:

No. I said it before that play.  

But apparently they gave Davis the error.

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This team isn't good enough to be giving away runs like that ......... and especially with any starting pitcher not named "Cobb" or "Means" on the mound.

 

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1 minute ago, eddie83 said:

So they give Davis an error not Smith. Good grief. 

Smith didn't touch it before it hit the ground. That is why errors for outfielders are so pointless. 

I bet they change the error on Davis to a hit.

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1 minute ago, eddie83 said:

So they give Davis an error not Smith. Good grief. 

 

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Just now, MurphDogg said:

Smith didn't touch it before it hit the ground. That is why errors for outfielders are so pointless.

I mean, I've seen it called an error when it popped out of a guy's glove before.

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3 minutes ago, eddie83 said:

So they give Davis an error not Smith. Good grief. 

Well clearly, Davis caused LeBlanc to not cover first somehow.  Maybe some sort of mind control, because he wanted the hot-dogging glory of making that play unassisted.  Totally a textbook E3!

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Just now, Yossarian said:

Official scorer disagrees

Nah, it wouldn't have been an error if LeBlanc had covered first.

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We need some length from LeBlanc tonight.

We used 7 relievers last night... everyone but Hess and Akin.

We have Eshelman going tomorrow.

We are guaranteed to need 4 innings of relief to protect a lead in the suspended game Friday. 

Then we have a full 9 inning game Friday.

At some point we will ad Lopez to the roster and he will have a fresh arm.

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