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Discussion in 'Sports' started by devo2002, Sep 25, 2019.
I'm starting to think six.
Highlight of tonight's game. Takes one in the gut to avoid spilling beer.
Nekkid boobies behind home plate?
Not to take away from the Astros, but umps are very favorable to Astro pitchers and Nats pitchers can't get a break. Anything near the plate is a strike for Astros, yet Anibal pitches two on the corner...balls...
Man, one pitch call was a little iffy for Cole, but the game I was watching had some extremely bad calls for the Nats pitchers.
There was one really bad call by the homeplate ump , the rest were in the realm of normal . Where a catcher sets up , how he frames a pitch , and how far he moves to catch the ball can effect calls . I don't remember any of the iffy calls resulting in an extra *out* for the Astros . Hell , managers use the mistakes by umps to motivate their team , very seldom do they change the outcome of a game .
a very, very bad call. then the ump blames the catcher.
a "little" iffy for cole.
what made this one bad was that it was higher and further outside than the pitch that walked the previous batter. gotta be consistent.
Well,,,, We're waiting!!
Sweet lord that was way outside.
Yep! I'm pullin' for the Astros, but I agree with you. That was a terrible call.
The NFL doesn't get to have all the officiating fun.
We may be seeing an electronic strike zone sooner than we thought.
I sure hope not, even with the bad call hurting the team I'm rooting for. But, this day in age, sadly, it's gonna happen whether we like it or not.
Good article on this....
Game 5 umpire controversy raises a question: Should MLB use an electronic system to make calls?
I hope to live to exactly one day before human umpires are replaced by machines .
Top of the first, Nats score first run!
Yeah , that lead didn't last long Verlander might finally win a WS game , he is settling in now .
I'm thinking Strasburg is gettin in the groove finally.
His 5th homer in the postseason!
111mph bat exit speed.
What an inning.