His line doesn’t look too good, but if you look a little bit deeper than that, you see that he really didn’t pitch as badly as it seems. With 2 outs in the second, Igawa got Mora to hit a little pop-up to right field, problem was that it was placed perfectly between Doug M and Abreu, and that allowed 3 runs to score, which completely changed how his start is viewed. I’m not saying he was perfect or great or anything like that, but when you consider that that was a hit that was just plain bad luck, it totally changes his outing, and makes it 4 earned runs, which is alot better than 7. He struggled a lot with his control early, but I think some of that had to do with the odd (read: small) strike zone of the fag home plate umpire. Overall, it wasn’t a good/great start, but it looks alot worse on paper than it really was.
How about adding a cool icon for the website so it shows up on favorites?
YJF06: I was thinking the same thing. And actually, I thought there should’ve been an error somewhere in the Mora bloop double. If Abreu makes a better throw, and Jeter comes up with the ball at second, then there’s no way the third run (Roberts, I think) scores.
Erick: We added the interlocking NY logo as a favicon today to the address bar/favorites menu. It should show up in Firefox, Camino or Safari. Is that what you’re talking about?
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