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One Down, One to Go

One Down, One to Go

Russ Ortiz was DFA’d with Jon Link taking his place.  No surprise.

Ramon is next.  Will it be Kuo or Belisario who takes his place?

Today’s Lineup:

  1. Furcal  SS
  2. Martin C
  3. Ethier  RF
  4. Kemp CF
  5. Blake 3B
  6. Belliard  1B
  7. Johnson  LF
  8. Carroll 2B
  9. Kershaw P

DeWitt and Loney sit against the LH Zito.

Manny will be availalbe to PH.

Throw Strike One, Clayton

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6 Responses to “One Down, One to Go”

  1. Ken says:

    Hopefully a Link to the successful part of the season!

  2. Jared Massey says:

    Why is Kershaw still in? He made 109 pitches thru 7 inning…

  3. Badger says:

    Well watta ya know.

    Thank you Clayton and Manny.

    Kershaw and Zito battle it out all afternoon and both get a no decision. This is something that has bugged me for a long time. A guy can come in, get one out and get a W while the starting pitcher pitches his guts out for 7 and gets squadoosh.

    Another series won, and this one was big. We did it with 5 hits. Yoiks.

  4. Roger Dodger says:

    Clayton grew up a bit today. Pitching in a zip game — later his team pulls it out. Everyone is happy. He did not get the win, but suck it up, the team won.

    Troncoso’s win today was named for Phil Reagan years ago, when he picked up wins like this — vulture.

  5. Ken says:

    Zero hits with runners in scoring position today. And no runners in scoring position today either. Yet pitching won today. A great game to watch and a very important victory. Never bow to the giants.

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