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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by melon View Post
    Hey, that 3b coach on the Nats reminded me of our own windmill coach!
    I'm sitting here at a pub talking w my brother wondering if Werth blew a stop sign.

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    That kid Pederson is great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ojo View Post
    I'm sitting here at a pub talking w my brother wondering if Werth blew a stop sign.
    Actually, that's what I was wondering. Let me rewind this thing.

    Edit: On second look, the 3rd base coached waved him in.
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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by melon View Post
    Hey, that 3b coach on the Nats reminded me of our own windmill coach!
    A combination of Luis Sojo and Rob Thomson right there.
    "Being second is to be the first of the ones who lose." - Ayrton Senna

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    I bet Dodger fans are mumbling, "How come we can't do that with runners on base"?
    "Being second is to be the first of the ones who lose." - Ayrton Senna

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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by melon View Post
    Actually, that's what I was wondering. Let me rewind this thing.

    Edit: The 3b coach was in between 3b and the OF. He was out there watching the ball- it didn't even reach the OF wall.

    His back was towards 3b when Werth was rounding the base and was probably as surprised as anyone when he saw Werth heading towards the plate. My only guess is that Werth had a bad visual angle and incorrectly thought the ball reached the OF wall.
    I saw the replay (finally)..and he waved Captain Caveman in!

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    I saw the replay (finally)..and he waved Captain Caveman in!
    I saw that replay too but only heard the announcer say he waved him in. I'm going to have to look again. And maybe stop drinking.

    Edit: Yes, he was windmilling him in. Wow, that was terrible.
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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    The Umpires should be questioned why they didn't call a balk on Urias.
    The Nats 3rd base coach should be fired.
    Nats pitchers imploding in the 7th.
    Way to give the Dodgers the series Washington.
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    5th pitcher for the Nats in this inning. Dusty will need more toothpicks

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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Make it 6 pitchers for Dusty Baker and the Nationals.

    Dodgers up 4-1
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    Justin Turner beats Trea Turner.

    Plenty of game left but now that Don Mattingly is gone the Dodgers can succeed.

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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    I wonder if Rizzo regrets not trading for Miller...

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    The Nats are back in town!

    Chris Heisey comes off the bench and blasts a two-run bomb to deep left.

    Nationals trail the Dodgers 4-3 with nobody out in the seventh.
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    It's getting ugly for both the Dodger and National bullpens.
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    Dodger closer Kenley Jansen is in the game in the seventh inning.

    A huge roll of the dice from Dave Roberts.
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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Quote Originally Posted by melon View Post
    I saw that replay too but only heard the announcer say he waved him in. I'm going to have to look again. And maybe stop drinking.

    Edit: Yes, he was windmilling him in. Wow, that was terrible.
    That may have been the worst green light in the history of baseball. Werth was barely around 3rd and the ball was already at the cutoff man. I realize you err on the side of being aggressive with 2 outs but that was just an awful decision.
    David Ortiz tested positive for performance enhancing drugs in 2003.

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    Intentional walk -Murphy. Teams are finally learning.

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    1 hour 6 minute 7th inning!

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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    We're near four hours of Game 5 in Nationals Park.
    "Being second is to be the first of the ones who lose." - Ayrton Senna

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    We're near four hours of Game 5 in Nationals Park.
    And the Metro shuts down at midnight. Hope they've made an exception tonight

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    And the Metro shuts down at midnight. Hope they've made an exception tonight
    Nope. Uber drivers will have a good night tonight. http://mlb.nbcsports.com/2016/10/13/...off-game-ends/

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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Will this be the longest non-interupted 9 inning playoff game in playoff history? I can't hold out any longer. This fricken sucks and I hope Manfred does something about crap like this.
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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Clayton Kershaw is warming up in the Dodger bullpen.
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    Re: NLDS - Los Angeles vs. Washington

    Kenley Jansen is at 46 pitches.
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    So he warmed up for nothing?
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