Posted: 4/5/2011 8:26 PM
It’s probably not the answer many White Sox fans want to hear after the left-hander gave up three runs in each of his first two outings and carried a 27.00 ERA into the second series of the season, this one against Kansas City.
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Posted: 4/8/2011 12:04 PM
southsidepride023 wrote: I think it just comes down to knowing your personnel. Ozzie acts like bringing someone in to face a batter, then taking him out is such a difficult, agonizing situation. If you are bringing in a guy like Ohman, you know what you are getting, so why make him do something that is he simply not good enough to do, furthermore, at the cost of blowing a game. If managers are in the business of winning games, which I am sure most of them would like to do, does bringing in a guy to face a batter, getting him out, then bringing someone else in that much of a big deal. It seems like every year I am torn between wanting this team to win a championship and watching them lose 100 games so that Ozzie is gone. He would rather be stubborn and moronic and lose the "Ozzie" way then make adjustments to his managing style. I don't even know what the Ozzie way is at this point. The longer he manages the longer I think in 05 the players did not understand anything he had to say, and just went out there and played.
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tonusaitis wrote: Are there any right-handed pitchers who can only pitch against right-handed hitters? Like the opposite of a LOOGY?
Posted: 4/11/2011 8:15 AM
Donaldo wrote: tonusaitis wrote: Are there any right-handed pitchers who can only pitch against right-handed hitters? Like the opposite of a LOOGY? Ehren Wasserman.Over his brief career, righties hit .242 against him (149 Batters Faced), while lefties hit .432 against him (46 Batters Faced).
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Posted: 4/11/2011 7:45 PM
The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits. -Albert Einstein
Posted: 4/11/2011 11:07 PM
concealed78 wrote: And for some reason, he's Tweezer's avatar!
Posted: 4/12/2011 8:31 AM
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