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Saturday October 2 at Toronto: the day all the announcers break out the word penultimate

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35 minutes ago, Philip said:

Ok, a question for the crowd. When anyone can come in to relieve Means, why Wade? He did badly, but that doesn’t necessarily mean anything. 

It was looking like a blowout and you need 5 innings from the bullpen, so you bring in someone who can pitch multiple innings. That's Wade or Watkins, and it looks like those two are covering those 5 innings.

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16 minutes ago, SteveA said:

As he takes a perfect game into the 6th I'll ask again: why hasn't Tanner Houck been in the Boston rotation all year?  I think he would have been better than Richards or Perez.

He would’ve been a better alternative than Wade.




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