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Thursday, July 21, 2005

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I"m usually first to criticize professionals for saying what I'm about to say, but it's apt here:

Last night was "just one of those games."

I would agree with you both that it was "just one of those games" were it not for the fact that the Phils blew some early chances to take a lead and that, folks, is NOT just one of their games; it is, in fact, their normal game more often than not!!!

I was listening to 610 online yesterday at work and they pointed out an interesting stat. Before fellow Venezualan (sp?) Oogie Urbina became his teammate, Bobby A was batting in the .330s I believe. Since being teammates with Oogie Bobby was batting in the low .200's. I forget what the stat was exactly, but I thought it was interesting. I'm not saying it means anything, but it definitely could mean something.

Does anyone think that they're making Howard's fielding mishap last night into too much of a story? It was prominently featured on SportsRise this morning and Rhea mentioned it in her news update. I didn't watch the game...was it really that bad, or is this just a case of media overblowing it because he was a hero the night before?

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