Monday, October 1, 2007


This game is A-G-O-N-I-Z-I-N-G.

In case you missed it:
  • Padres centerfielder Brady Clark, playing for the injured Mike Cameron, has made three bad plays in the field -- not counting a bad throw on a sac fly -- to allow two runs to score.
  • In the 7th, with the Rockies up one and their bullpen set up perfectly, Garrett Atkins had a home run called for a double.
  • Atkins was removed for Jamie Carroll. I screamed.
  • In the next inning, Matt Holliday misplayed a line drive with two outs, allowing the tying run to score.
  • In the next half inning, Holliday struck out to end the inning with the go-ahead run on second.
  • Now we're in the 10th.
Just now, as Mike Cameron, injured with a torn ligament in his thumb, enters the game to pinch-run, Joe Simpson said, "You don't run on your thumbs... most of the time." Nice.

This game is killing me.

UPDATE 1, 10:58 p.m. ET: Cameron is staying in the game with a torn thumb ligament in his throwing hand.

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