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2017-05-12: Mets (Harvey) at Brewers (Garza) 7:10 PM CDT [Brewers win, 7-4]

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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:07 PM Post
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Need to get Garza out, he's been serving up meatballs since he got the first out this inning.


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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:09 PM Post
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Well fortunately Bandy took care of the 3rd out for him.


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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:10 PM Post
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adambr2 said:
I'm not saying he won't figure it out eventually, but right now a .270 OBP is a pretty bad number to be setting the table.


Crazy to think how good the offense has been but could be even better.

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Nerd power!!!


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Sogard says take that!


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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:14 PM Post
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Eric Sogard is the best player in Brewers history.


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You just can't make this stuff up sometimes. Hilarious! I love it!

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Arcia!


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On another note... great job Matt Garza. In line for the win (knock on wood), 6 innings to give the bullpen a touch a breathing room, ERA below stays south of 3 ... slowly building that trade value. Good job [smile]


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We have the best offensive shortstops in baseball.


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Didn't quite have Sogard and Arcis pegged as the guys who would go back to back tonight


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Arcia flashes that power. It just makes you smile what his future could be.

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I hope Garza buys Sogard's wife some flowers after Sogard bought him a W


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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:28 PM Post
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I do miss Brian Anderson. I was ok with Lepay at the start but he has shown a lack of Brewers knowledge. The Coulter comment was just the latest thing (and no, I really dont think he was just trying to be a homer - I dont think he bothered to look up his stats). Not that Anderson is all that great, just better than Lepay


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Villar scores on the the old 1st & 3rd play. Fun stuff

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Gotta say great baserunning by Villar, right? Even though it's kind of a given he needs to try to score there.


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Hmm, the old strike em out, throw em out but WAIT we scored play? Little confused watching gameday update that one. Obviously Hernan got caught in a run down? Did he just stay in it long enough to score Villar or did they go home with it?


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ClosetBrewerFan said:
I do miss Brian Anderson. I was ok with Lepay at the start but he has shown a lack of Brewers knowledge. The Coulter comment was just the latest thing (and no, I really dont think he was just trying to be a homer - I dont think he bothered to look up his stats). Not that Anderson is all that great, just better than Lepay



I love Lepay for big moments/plays. His calls are energetic and just sound good. If he wants to win over the rest he needs to do his homework.

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liveforoctober said:
Hmm, the old strike em out, throw em out but WAIT we scored play? Little confused watching gameday update that one. Obviously Hernan got caught in a run down? Did he just stay in it long enough to score Villar or did they go home with it?


He stayed alive long enough for Villar to score. Villar went when the throw went to second.


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Posted: May 12, 2017, 8:32 PM Post
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I guess the Mets forgot about that runner on 3rd......


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