The Padres’ pitcher, Paddock, was pretty incredible through four – just allowing one well-placed RBI single to Ender-replacement Matt Joyce (I am getting really tired of Chip saying that every hit or AB Markakis has is “a professional hit”). He … Finish Reading
The might of the whole Tomahawk nation
Wouldn’t let us go station to station.
Soroka kept his shoulder loose
Until he whooped the Padres caboose.
Ozzie hits lefties like a plague.
The Pads fielding taken to the Hague.
Tomlin has … Finish Reading
One strike away and we met our match. A team that over the last two nights has an XBH percentage of their hits at around 85 took full advantage of that new life in the ninth and turned a one … Finish Reading
For the second week in a row, I was unable to watch on a Thursday when I have recap duty. I had a work event in the evening, and didn’t get home until the middle of the seventh inning; in … Finish Reading
I have a proprietary interest in Mike Soroka because I attended his MLB debut last year. There’s very little not to like of what we’ve seen of Mike. In tonight’s game he gave up a walk and two singles to … Finish Reading
Going into GABP, I thought that we were in for it with our pitching staff and the Reds hitters. But I looked at the Reds hitting numbers and thought that maybe we could get’m while they’re down. Then I looked … Finish Reading