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Old 04-08-2019, 06:41 AM   #91
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I honestly think you'd probably luck into a single at some point. Probably when you pull a ball into the reverse shift they put on.
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I still just can’t believe this is happening.
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Of course it happened against Red Sox pitching.
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The world is back to normal. The Mariners are hot garbage.
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I have a question for you rule nerds:

Today Tyler Chatwood pitched 6 scoreless innings (with just 2 hits). Three relievers combined to pitch the 7th and 8th, no runs given up, and then Pedro Strop comes in the top of the 9th, Cubs up 1-0 (they scored their single run in the 6th). Strop gives up a home run, tying the game at 1-1, then pitches out of the inning.

Luckily for the Cubs, they got a game-winning single in the bottom of the 9th. But Strop is awarded the win. Now I know I've seen similar situations before, but can someone defend this type of rule? Strop put them in a position that lessened their chances of winning. Chatwood pitched long enough to get credit for a quality start and didn't give up anything. He should be given the win, IMO.

I thought I understood the rules better than this, but apparently not. Change my mind.
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I have a question for you rule nerds:

Today Tyler Chatwood pitched 6 scoreless innings (with just 2 hits). Three relievers combined to pitch the 7th and 8th, no runs given up, and then Pedro Strop comes in the top of the 9th, Cubs up 1-0 (they scored their single run in the 6th). Strop gives up a home run, tying the game at 1-1, then pitches out of the inning.

Luckily for the Cubs, they got a game-winning single in the bottom of the 9th. But Strop is awarded the win. Now I know I've seen similar situations before, but can someone defend this type of rule? Strop put them in a position that lessened their chances of winning. Chatwood pitched long enough to get credit for a quality start and didn't give up anything. He should be given the win, IMO.

I thought I understood the rules better than this, but apparently not. Change my mind.
It's why people have deemphasized wins. The pitcher of record is the pitcher who is on the mound when the winning team takes the lead (or vice versa).
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Old 04-21-2019, 06:06 PM   #104
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On the flip side, a team could jump out to a 10-0 lead, then see their Pitcher A give up 10 runs to blow that lead, and then have Pitcher B throw several great innings and lose the game on a field error, and Pitcher B would get the loss.
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White Sox tie MLB record with 20 K's vs. Tigers

Fucking lame. Kerry Wood got 20 all by himself.
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