Discussion in 'Arizona Diamondbacks' started by Ronin, Sep 25, 2020.
First pitch is set 3:40 p.m. Arizona time
Varsho singles, Walker with a Homer, Calhoun walks, Escobar triples 3-0 Dbacks after 3
Dbacks batting in the fourth
Marte and Walker single, Calhoun walks. Escobar hits Fielder's choice, Peralta singles - 1 run in
Ahmed strikes out
Smith pops up. Bases loaded, no outs, only manage 1 run
4-0 Dbacks after 4
Good to see the D-backs score efficiently.
Versus all-or-nothing solo home runs.
Just as the last game, a single, triple and 2-run HR
account for the scoring so far.
As I commented last game, whether Lovullo has
seen the light or the players have taken it upon
themselves, good for them.
With Gallen at 87 pitches with one out in the 6th
and runners on 1st & 2nd, Lòpez is up in the pen.
And a double play ends it.
So you want the players to ignore their coaches? Would you have been ok with those you managed in your work life to completely ignore you?
Each game of the double header will be a seven inning game today.
Why are you turning a positive into a negative generalization?
The D-backs started showing less "lift" and more scoring
following a players-only meeting. It was announced on TV!
And, as also quoted, Torey had told Steve and BB that he
was starting Lamb with an .050 batting average because
"he likes players who hit the ball into the air".
As Bill Murray said, "That's the fact, Jack!"
I enjoy the change. C'mon, AZCB, enjoy the positive.
The approach has changed recently and we're finally
winning some games. You can't argue with success.
The D-backs load the bases with no out in the 6th.
Walker with a high 30--foot popup.
And Calhoun, running outside the baseline hits into a DP.
It's still 4-0 going to the top of the 7th (final) inning.
López in for the "save".
The nightcap will start 45 minutes after the end of this
Dbacks load the bases no out but can’t score
Gallen With a great outing
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