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Crisp CF, Barton 1B, Suzuki C, Cust DH, Kouzmanoff 3B, Ellis 2B, Larish LF, Davis RF, Pennington SS
BFA vs Moseley
NIce early run!
I was totally expecting a K looking and a Kz gidp.
Wherefore would you think such thoughts?
Who are these guys?
They have the lack of power of the A’s, but their failure to ground out weakly is confusing.
A bunch of marginal major league hitters facing Dustin Moseley.
Who is this guy?
Someone who will not win the 2010 Cy Young Award.
Not exactly a Cy-quality first inning from Cahill in his first ever meaningful start (as determined by your standard Eastern Media Elite Cy voter).
The longest 9-inning A’s game by time so far this season: 3:29 @ Boston on June 1. The early line says we’re going to pass that tonight. Longest extra-inning game: 4:08 @ Texas on May 11 (13 innings).
Interesting. Can you tell whether we’re at/near the bottom (or top, depending on POV) in terms of length of games? They do seem to be pretty brisk most of the time.
It helps to have great pitching and terrible hitting.
I’m sure average length of game is posted somewhere but I’m not sure where. I’m looking at the B-R daily results and sorting by time. Just checking a few random teams, here are the number of games each team has played this year which lasted at least three hours: Oakland 20 NY Yankees 74 Milwaukee 78 (good grief, Macha, quit screwing around) Detroit 42
Posnanski had some numbers from 2009. I don’t know where to find this year’s numbers either.
So the 1st was just bizarro-inning?
And the third is just el-sucko inning.
Those were a couple of ground balls that took an unlucky amount of time to bounce
Are they allowed to do that? Has anyone told the A’s?
Was it black?
Wow. Larish’s home run looked like one of Reggie’s shots from the ’70’s.
Is he black?
Only in my dreams.
Cahill has thrown at least 100 pitches in his last 10 starts. This is definitely not his night, and I’m thinking this isn’t a bad part of the season to give him a little break by pulling him at 75-80 pitches.
The Dignity of the Yankees is lessened when they play “Whoot There It Is” after home runs.
Kuroda has a no-no through 7.
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