The Original Pancake Hater
That was my technique all the way through High School. That is basically the law if you're a catcher. Tag with two hands.
Well, apparently Lieberthal didn't give a ****. All I have to say is that....
edit: WHAT THE **** IS THAT GUY YELLING?!
Last edited by Cliché Guevara; June 24th, 2007 at 01:45 PM.
Can anyone explain the DH rule? Unless it's a pinch-hitter, you can't change the DH with a player already in the lineup, right?
well now im kinda glad i could only listen on the radio.
Dodgers just don't have luck in AL ballparks, even if it's Tampa Bay.
wow...I don't know what to say. was it bad karma with Navarro and Edwin coming back to haunt us? But they ****ing suck! Bad fundamentals? certainly! Not giving a ****? maybe, bad luck? all those damn double plays....I hate watching the dodgers play the AL. These next 7 games are ****ing huge now!! turning point of the season for sure, either we're sailing or sinking by this time next week.
3rd place sucks.
Monday, June 25 Chase Field | 6:40 PM PT
Brad Penny, RHP (9-1, 2.12) @ Micah Owings, RHP (5-1, 4.06)
Dodgers: Penny continued on his first-half roll in Toronto, allowing only one run in seven innings while striking out five and walking only one. All but two of his 15 appearances have been quality starts and he's been unable to complete at least six innings only once. He's allowed only two home runs in 97 2/3 innings and the Dodgers are 13-2 when he starts. He was the All-Star Game starting pitcher last year (10-2, 2.91), but his first half this year has been even better.
D-backs: Owings sparkled through the first four innings Wednesday against Tampa Bay before struggling at the end of his start. He gave up four runs on seven hits in the final 1 2/3 of his outing after allowing just one hit through the first four scoreless innings, when he recorded all seven of his strikeouts. Overall, Owings' four earned runs marked only the second time he has allowed that many this season. He keeps the D-backs in the game every time out. Including his Minor League statistics last year, when he combined to go 16-2 at Double-A and Triple-A, Owings has lost just once since May 23, 2006.