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Cubs v. Pirates - May 27, 2012 (TV: WGN)
Posted 27 May 2012 - 12:12 PM
Nope. Can't agree. The ump should be looking at where the ball crossed the plate, NOT where the catcher catches the ball.
Another screwed up call on a Garza pitch.
I blame hill. If he had caught the ball the blind ump would have seen it was a strike.
I agree but unfortunately the umpires do look at where the catcher catches the pitch. It makes me angry
Posted 27 May 2012 - 12:23 PM
Len pointed out the Cubs have outhit the Pirates in their losses to them. I say so what? If those hits didn't come in risp moments, who cares. Without timely hits to bring-'em in, we lose.
Many singles and not much else. More XBHs and a home run here and there with people on base would be nice.
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