Saturday, August 27, 2005

Game 127 - He's Still The King

Felix made a couple of mistakes last night. He's 19 - it's not going to be the last time. In spite of giving up a couple of long balls to the guy who took over the role of "Number 1 Prospect" in the White Sox organization, Felix pitched another outstanding game. His poise is particularly noteworthy - and something that has been sorely lacking in Mariner pitchers this year without Bobby Madritsch taking the hill.

I don't want to say this too loud, but Yorvit Torrealba is looking like he may be able to stick as a starter on this team. I'm just saying.

Eddie Guardado is going to give up some dingers - it's just the way he pitches. I would feel a lot worse about it if we were in the middle of a pennant race.

Dave and Ron were wondering why Hargrove called for the squeeze so early in the game. Hey guys, do you think maybe he called it because nobody was expecting it? Just a thought.

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