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Old Mar 8th 2010, 7:19 pm
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Originally Posted by SKIPPER 11 View Post
Our " then manager""
Maybe he means he was at a different stage of senility
Whether it comes from [the media] or even comes from some fans, who are deservedly upset at a given point, it's really just noise. If we let it affect our decision making, shame on us
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Originally Posted by SKIPPER 11 View Post
IMO, in todays game RP are are as important as anything just about. Many get wrapped up in an ERA. IMO, ERA'S when regarding relievers are blown way out of proportion. 3 or 4 bad outings a year can kill an ERA. I look at strikeouts and hits allowed
I'm with you on that Skipper. I look for a guy that can get through an inning or two with minimal damage done to give the late inning guys a chance to close it out. I don't pay much attention to stats. Just go out there and get some outs and keep your team in the game is enough for me. You can make yourself dizzy concentrating on only statistics.
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