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Posted 06 April 2013 - 09:26 PM
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Posted 08 April 2013 - 09:19 AM
In my 12" mens league last year the other team had a guy who was using a walker to get around the bases. Sadly he was playing in his last game because he was going to get his leg amputated so even though he's not suppose to use the walker we were nice and let him since we felt bad. All we had to do was let him hit the ball to anybody on the field and easily throw him out at 1st. (He also had a bad limp while using the walker) Not once, but TWICE the pitcher walked him! His easy out became any extra runner on base since he would get pinch ran for. That's how I feel about Marmol sometimes how I felt with my softball pitcher."Like really? did you just do that.. again?"
That would actually be really cool to watch. It'd be badass.
The 60 something pitcher with a prosthetic leg in my slow pitch softball league
One time a guy on my team hit a line drive right into his leg it was great.
Posted 08 April 2013 - 09:22 AM
That's how I see it too. it will get even dicier when Baker is back. Someone will get the boot. If Fuji cant handle it hopefully Rondon can step up he definitely has the stuff just needs more control sadly just like Marmol. Wheres Angel Guzman when you need him??? damn random arm injuries that ruins careers!!
When Garza comes back into the rotation, this Marmol situation becomes more of a quagmire. Obviously, Feldman would move to long relief, and Takahashi would be the only odd man out if Marmol indeed has to stay on the roster. Right now, his trade value is at an all-time low. At this point, if the Yankees want Marmol, I would take a catcher in return (like JR Murphy) and eat 75% of his contract.
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