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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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...and now, Mr. Clutch at bat...


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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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The only way it was going to happen...

I'll take it.


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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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Bob Walk is god. He called it.

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When Adam looks bad, he looks really bad. Get that man a fairway wood. Yes!!! Wild pitch as I type, 2-1 Pittsburgh!


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Too bad the free swinging Diaz is up, Hanrahan is on the ropes.


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I'll take it after Burnett's wild pitch to tie it in the 9th last night.


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Good News: Up by a run.

Bad News: Here comes Capps.


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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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By my count, Diaz swung at five balls. A patient hitter like Andy LaRoche would have walked a run home. Oh well, lets go Capper.


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Am I the only one who wonders why that jerk called Rod Serling spends all his time following the Pirates?

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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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Bertie wrote:
Am I the only one who wonders why that jerk called Rod Serling spends all his time following the Pirates?


Seems like the ignore feature is calling his name.

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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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That's two big DPs the last two innings.

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I so love turning a DP in the 9th with one on and no outs!!


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Am I the only one that thinks the ball hit by Harris was catchable? Or did I see it wrong?

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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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No. 9 wrote:
Am I the only one that thinks the ball hit by Harris was catchable? Or did I see it wrong?

I'm sure Jason Bay would have caught it.


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Yayyyyyy! 19-21!


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Holy Christ!

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It's interesting. The biggest difference between the Pirates and the Nats is defense.

That's actually a good thing.

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burghermeister wrote:
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Am I the only one that thinks the ball hit by Harris was catchable? Or did I see it wrong?

I'm sure Jason Bay would have caught it.


From LF too!

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 Post subject: Re: May 20, 2009 Pirates (18-21) at Nationals (11-27)
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Capps bailed out by the DP once again.

Three straight series wins ... yeah I know these last two were against two of the worst teams in the league, but I've seen this team too many times in the past lose these "should/need to win" series'.

Just a shame Maholm gets another no decision ...


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WHEW! Way to go Buccos!

LET'S GO BUCS!

.....um.....the Mad Capper scares the shit outta me..... :o :lol: :shock:

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