Wednesday, July 27, 2005

sigh (of relief)

CLE 4, OAK 5 10 innings

And Marco Scutaro hits his third walk-off of the season. He sure is clutch unlike Chavez who had a chance to put the game away without going into extra frames in the ninth. Chavez struck out with the bases loaded and that ended the ninth.

Since the game wasn't televised I was listening to "KGOD" 610AM. Chavez has been striking out way too much lately. I think the outside pitch is bothering him again. Is he lengthing his swing again? I can't tell, because I didn't watch the game.

The 3-4-5 hitters in the lineup went 0 for 14 with a walk today, just think about it.

Before the game Marty Lurie in the pre-game warmup show kept on mentioning that Scott Elarton is known as a fly-ball pitcher ad nauseaum. Guess who didn't get any ground outs? Well it sure wasn't Elarton because I think Lurie kinda jinxed the A's. Haren was not sharp but he did a great job keeping the game close getting outs in key situations. I don't know how this guy could pitch 5.1 innings and not get a groundout. He did K seven though.

The A's pulled this one out and remiain on top of the Wild Card standings.


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