Still trying to forget yesterday’s game…
- Mike Quade described Starlin Castro in the leadoff spot as “temporary” and an “experiment.” I’d say it was a success, no? A better word might be revelation. He had three hits (include two triples) and a walk.
- But leading off is neither Castro’s present nor his long-term future. Many of us have foreseen his physical development into a run producer, and Mike Quade agrees. “If he reaches his potential, why not in the three-hole one day?” Why not, indeed. Why not, say, tomorrow?
- Matt Garza has a good attitude about the 12-hit start to his Cubs career. And he was the team’s biggest supporter before and after his exit: Garza was screaming at the top of the dugout steps throughout the game. Quade joked: “He was driving me nuts, as he’s known to do.”
- Pirate right fielder Garrett Jones discusses his delicious beer shower:
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