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As much as I like Adam Jones, he sure does come up small a lot in RISP

K is better than a DP. Allowed Wieters a chance for a good AB-- unlucky not to score that inning, but Doubront threw 26 pitches.

And Goober Noodles--that pic is priceless. Kudos.

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K is better than a DP. Allowed Wieters a chance for a good AB-- unlucky not to score that inning, but Doubront threw 26 pitches.

And Goober Noodles--that pic is priceless. Kudos.

Without a doubt working the pitcher was the best part of that inning. Hopefully that will pay off later. By the way, Jones does have a .653 OPS with RISP and two outs. Ha!

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