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2012-04-08 Cardinals (Lynn) at Brewers (Wolf), 1:10 PM CDT [Brewers lose, 9-3]

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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:15 PM Post
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Man, Rafael Furcal and the Brewers. Oy.


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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:16 PM Post
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what is Wolf doing throwing a lollipop to the pitcher. he the cause for that second run


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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:20 PM Post
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It'd be nice if Wolf could get that inside strike that Lynn just got against Rickie.


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RR has it in his mind, so it is a done deal until September.


What happens in September?

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Haven't been able to watch the game. How does Wolf look?


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Haven't been able to watch the game. How does Wolf look?


He looks like Wolf. Nibbling at the corners. Lot of guys on base. Gets out of jams for the most part. He does like his catcher though, that is a big plus

Wolf is a gamer and a fighter and a hard-worker. Ned Yost would love him

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Freese coming up with 2 men on and no outs. This could get ugly real quick

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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:33 PM Post
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Classic Wolf, lots of hits, nothing really hard, but everything finding a hole. Giving up hits to the 8,9 batters inexcusable.


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Wolf is now up to 97 pitches with just 1 out in the 5th. This is almost for sure his last inning. A Kameron "Lurch" Loe sighting is imminent

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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:37 PM Post
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turborickey said:
RR has it in his mind, so it is a done deal until September.


What happens in September?



Maybe I should have said October????


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Posted: April 08, 2012, 1:43 PM Post

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9 hits so far for Wolf? Sheesh


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9 hits so far for Wolf? Sheesh


almost all singles. and wolf had 7 K's....just seemed like every time the Cards made contact it was fouling off a pitch or a single that found a hole.


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Corey Hart says "who needs Spring Training?"

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Wow...Hart! Amazing what a healthy and locked in Hart can do.


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Corey Hart is one of the more underrated players in MLB.


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Did RR seriously just double-switch Gamel out with Ishikawa?

You gotta be kiddin' me

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A little surprised they are going with Estrada with Marcum going tomorrow. I guess the pen is well rested so no biggie.


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Did RR seriously just double-switch Gamel out with Ishikawa?

You gotta be kiddin' me


Yea very odd to me as well. Maybe someone else can explain the thinking?


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Posted: April 08, 2012, 2:00 PM Post
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Ishikawa gets to bat in the 9 spot and is a defensive upgrade to Gamel while also allowing Estrada to go more than 1 inning.


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3and2Fastball said:
Did RR seriously just double-switch Gamel out with Ishikawa?

You gotta be kiddin' me


Yea very odd to me as well. Maybe someone else can explain the thinking?

This was one of the reasons that Ishikawa making the team was bad in the eyes of many people.

It isn't a horrible move but I don't like it. Estrada better pitch more than one inning. Unless he is struggling of course.


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