With the infield way back, Ramirez puts Milwaukee up 3-2 with a grounder.
Also the hitters themselves.
Jay's career batting averages: .375 with the bases loaded and .283 with RISP. I've seen more deer more frozen than that.
That's a fair point, especially with Jason Motte seeming to bringing heat again. Might the Cardinals miss him?
Yeah, a contender every year. Division titles. Lots of playoff victories. Pennants and some World Championships as well.
It's like whack-a-mole. A way to pass the afternoon.
Right, this team focuses quite a bit on pitching. It drafts lots and lots of pitches. Which is why this team wins so much. The Cubs stack up shortstops. That is why it hasn't taken them so long to rebuild.
I can see the complaint. Perhaps Harris or Tuivailala can add more bite.
History tells us the team uses a lot of differently relievers over the course of the year, a lot more than seven. I'm guessing we'll see some fresh faces at some point.
Carpenter with a two-out hit. A chance for Heyward? Perhaps, which is why Garza is finished.
Roenicke could see the gopherball coming from his tired starter. He needs to win some games ASAP. So here comes the lefty.
This is one of those ABs that defines Heyward's real value.
From that group, Piscotty. Unlikely however.
Heyward looked pretty awful there. So how soon does Grichuk get some of those ABs against lefties?
When he was healthy in two of the previous three years he played most of the games.
Yes, he should be, for that money,
A run driven with an actual hit! That's a first for this game. Not looking good for the lackluster home team.