I agree, he has earned the right to manage as he sees fit, we question it but he's been right more than wrong
Ball (90.3 mph cutter)Ball (93.9 mph sinker)Foul (94. mph sinker)Ball in dirt (78.1 mph curveball)Foul (91.1 mph cutter)Injury Delay.Ball (76.6 mph curveball)
Chas McCormick walks. Yuli Gurriel to 2nd.
Some close pitches taken for balls.
Ball (93.3 mph sinker)Ball in dirt (93.6 mph sinker)In play, out(s) (94.1 mph sinker)
Martin Maldonado grounds out, third baseman Alec Bohm to first baseman Rhys Hoskins.
Zach keeps getting behind in the count...living dangerously
Our catcher is waaaay faster than theirs
That was not an easy play. Once he got it he knew he had tons of time, but getting that ball when he was way off the line was not easy.
Postseason baseball is stressful. I have never been comfortable watching Eflin pitch in relief, feels like he never has a clean inning but he got out of that one.Do we see Seranthony in the next inning with the top of the order coming up? Maybe two, and then Ranger in the 9th if we have the lead?
Honestly, that sounds reasonable and logical El-p. Let's see what Thomson has in mind, I bet it isn't that. .
If Thomson doesn't win NL Manager of the year they shouldn't even give the award
At some point we’re going to need an inning from Brogdon or Belatti.
Called strike (85.5 mph curveball)Ball (97.4 mph four-seam fastball)In play, out(s) (97.1 mph four-seam fastball)
Brandon Marsh flies out to right fielder Kyle Tucker.
Ranger is warming up in the pen.
The most predictable thing about the Phils postseason bullpen usage is that no one is able to predict it.
There we go, lets get a rally going on a weird hit/error
Called strike (88.3 mph slider)Ball (88.6 mph slider)Called strike (84.3 mph curveball)Ball (85.7 mph curveball)In play, no out (87. mph slider)
Kyle Schwarber reaches on a ground ball to second baseman Jose Altuve. Official Scorer ruling pending.
https://twitter.com/CSeidmanNBCS/status/1586185820305690630Hector is warming up for the Astros
Ball (88. mph slider)Pickoff Attempt 1BCalled strike (87.8 mph slider)Ball (88.3 mph slider)Called strike (89. mph slider)Swinging strike (88.3 mph slider)
Rhys Hoskins strikes out swinging.
Schwarber likes tacos!
Pickoff Attempt 1BSwinging strike (88.6 mph slider)Ball in dirt (88.9 mph slider)Ball (98.9 mph four-seam fastball)Ball (89. mph slider)Kyle Schwarber steals (3) 2nd base.Ball (89.2 mph slider)
J.T. Realmuto walks.
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