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Sunday, September 11, 2005

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Excellent post Jason. You thoughts echo mine. Seems kind of pointless to point to specific plays in last night's game, but was there an explanation given for Michaels bunting in the first inning with Rollins on second and nobody out ? I assume he did this on his own.

And then there was Brett Myers. When the Phillies needed someone to step up, Brett was not the man. It was interesting to see that Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling, two guys who do step up, were both having poor to midling seasons but when the teams met head-to-head they provided the kind of starts aces provide. (And as much as I despise Schilling, it was hard for me to say that.)

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