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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Sox 7, Minnesota 3


Well, it was a pleasant weekend, wasn't it? Not much to say about today's shellacking of the Twins, but I will leave you with the lamentations of their women.

Batter 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th B/R Total
Pods

-0.24

0.62

-0.24

-0.17

-0.24

-0.26

Iguchi

0.27

0.68

-0.24

0.13

-0.24

0.61

Thome

-0.31

-0.27

-0.17

-0.24

-0.99

Konerko

-0.24

-0.31

-0.11

-0.24

-0.89

Dye

0.38

-0.24

-0.24

-0.17

-0.27

AJ

-0.35

-0.17

0.27

-0.11

-0.36

Crede

-0.31

1.00

0.37

0.38

1.43

Uribe

0.21

1.00

2.37

-0.35

3.22

Anderson

-0.44

0.13

1.00

-0.31

0.37

Total

2.87


Pitcher ERV
Contreras

2.13

Politte

-0.48

Total

1.65


Player of the Game: Juan Uribe

Pitcher of the Game: Jose Contreras


Comments-[ comments.]
Comments:
I heart Uribe.

If Uribe puts up an 800 OPS from SS, and Crede puts up 850 from 3B--this team will be scary good.

It's early, but the lineup is looking extremely dangerous, and not as reliant on 4-3 wins anymore.
 
Agreed. Uribe is an unusual hitter - when he's hot, he hits everything hard. It's almost worth the three months of zero production to have two months of carry-the-team type production and a month of so-so hitting.
 
I didn't watch the game but I just watched the highlights of the dingers and Silva seemed to be throwing BP fastballs up there.

Right now we're battering bad pitching and, based on limited evidence, battling good pitching. A nice combo. Loving the handwringing in the comments section of Bat-girl. One guy said they couldn't use Thome? WTF?
 
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