Monday, June 4, 2007

One hit, no-hitter

This game was exciting (can Lowe seal the no-hitter), then, briefly, boring (no-hitter gone, Dodgers have 5-run lead), then way more exciting than it should have been as the Dodger pitching looks a little shaky and it's up to the Dodger offense to hold on.

In short: Russell Martin is a golden god, and Juan Pierre is not. This wasn't his worst game, but it wasn't great, either.

1. Bunted, beat it out! Came around to score on Kent's double! Awesome.
2. K, looking. #191.
3. Sacrifice -- but fielders rush the throw, and Juan reaches on the error. #192, and noted in the addendum.
4. Grounded to second. #193.

This post has been edited so that it no longer reflects my stupidity.


jimbilly4 said...

Not to nitpick typos, but what the hell.

It should read 1st out for the K.
You should probably also mention that the reached on error counts as the second out according to the formula, hence the need for the addendum.

jimbilly4 said...

And it is therefore 193 total outs (not including addendums, which we were not).

Maybe you could toss in a Pierre stat link. You could use or a different one of your choosing.
Anyway, it would save me time when I want to check the latest JuanStats: .274 /.303 /.324

Humma Kavula said...

I have edited the post.