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Can josh throw a no hitter

Posted: 6/28/2014 11:26 PM

Can josh throw a no hitter 


INDIANS up 4-0 bottom of 4.
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Posted: 6/28/2014 11:27 PM

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He gives up a hit 2 minutes later lol.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:23 AM

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1 hit gem by josh tomlin, , everyone asleep lol.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:25 AM

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Not that I'm complaining...but who is this guy wearing Josh Tomlin's uniform and has 11 (yes! That's right Eleven) strikeouts and has a 1-hitter going into the 9th.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:25 AM

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I don't understand...Is this even real?
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:37 AM

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Much congrats to the little cowboy!!! 1-hit complete game shutout!
Way to go Josh!

Bullpen gets to sit, rest, and enjoy the show!
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:38 AM

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Man Tomlin just horrible 1 hit i mean come on its perfection on nothing Joshbiggrin
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:44 AM

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Great job by josh my record m doing threads  is now 8-1 lol, so close to a perfect game.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:49 AM

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Everyone here has it wrong; the Josh Tomlin we saw for the last few starts was not the real Josh Tomlin; this one was. He was efficient, he threw first pitch strikes, he consistently stayed ahead of hitters, and he had good command of all his pitches. THAT'S Josh Tomlin. Now, that Josh Tomlin will also get hit from time to time, but he won't walks guys, he'll make hitters earn it, and he won't beat himself. For several starts now, hitters have been able to get comfortable, they've been able to look for pitches, they've been ahead of counts, and they've seen that Josh had trouble getting his breaking balls over. That's a prescription for disaster for Josh. And that's not Josh.

I was fearful of posting in the game thread early in the game because I could tell this was a markedly better Josh right off the bat...heck, anyone could see it...and I was afraid to break the spell by saying anything. Well, this was one of the best games to watch all year and boy did we need it, what with King Felix squaring off with TJ House tomorrow. Got to keep it close, and with our bullpen rested, hope to win it late somehow.

Way to go, Cowboy!
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Posted: 6/29/2014 12:55 AM

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64.1 IP...8.11 K/9...1.26 BB/9 Those are pretty damned impressive rates. Especially for Cowboys.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 2:51 AM

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star5328 wrote: 64.1 IP...8.11 K/9...1.26 BB/9 Those are pretty damned impressive rates. Especially for Cowboys.
You can only imagine the squeals of delight there'd be if Trevor Bauer were putting up those numbers (or if he had Tomlin's WHIP), but alas, he hasn't.  Yet.  Time is on Trevor's side, of course, but he could certainly learn some lessons in the helplessness that can derive from the command Tomlin demonstrated tonight. I've never seen Trevor work both sides of the plate, or be consistently on the black low and outside like Josh did this evening.  Trevor tends to predominantly work up and down in the middle of the plate, which I think leads to more meatballs when he begins to tire...but he's young and still learning to harness his stuff, which we all know is far superior to what Josh possesses, which made the contrast between last night and this one so interesting.  Trevor's development will be fun to watch...we can only hope it becomes as fun to watch as what we saw from the Cowboy tonight.
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Posted: 6/29/2014 11:05 AM

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WhoAzcue wrote:
star5328 wrote: 64.1 IP...8.11 K/9...1.26 BB/9 Those are pretty damned impressive rates. Especially for Cowboys.
You can only imagine the squeals of delight there'd be if Trevor Bauer were putting up those numbers (or if he had Tomlin's WHIP), but alas, he hasn't.  Yet.  Time is on Trevor's side, of course, but he could certainly learn some lessons in the helplessness that can derive from the command Tomlin demonstrated tonight. I've never seen Trevor work both sides of the plate, or be consistently on the black low and outside like Josh did this evening.  Trevor tends to predominantly work up and down in the middle of the plate, which I think leads to more meatballs when he begins to tire...but he's young and still learning to harness his stuff, which we all know is far superior to what Josh possesses, which made the contrast between last night and this one so interesting.  Trevor's development will be fun to watch...we can only hope it becomes as fun to watch as what we saw from the Cowboy tonight.
kinda tough on bauer there azcue, especially considering that at bauer's age tomlin was still riding a bus - and still had another year of riding a bus coming up --- and even now pushing 30, he's still little more than a guy - last night notwithstanding
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