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QUOTE (Stan Bahnsen @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 01:38 PM)
Do you actually believe that's going to happen with Dunn or Rios? Is 100+ games not enough?

 

With Dunn, it will happen. You're talking about 100 games, I am talking about 1500 games.

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QUOTE (Stan Bahnsen @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 06:38 PM)
Do you actually believe that's going to happen with Dunn or Rios? Is 100+ games not enough?

 

Rios is finished, IMO. Dunn's at least shown signs of putting together good at bats.

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At least Dunn hit it high in the air so it got lost in the sun.

Another fail by Dunn but it worked out.

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QUOTE (elrockinMT @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 02:40 PM)
WellDunn hit the ball but I don't have TV so what was that error all about?

High fly ball to the warning track in CF, should have been an easy catch but the CF didn't have his sunglasses on so he lost sight of it on the way down and it bounced off of his glove.

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Was it the sun that caused him to drop it? Looked more like he got his feet tangled up when he turned around.

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QUOTE (elrockinMT @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 12:40 PM)
WellDunn hit the ball but I don't have TV so what was that error all about?

 

Carrera sprinted back to the track, settled under it, and just dropped it.

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I'm not too excited, though. We still have Jackson pitching, and I wouldn't count him out for giving up a leadoff walk and a blast on a hanging slider.

 

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Seriously why would you put the glasses on your hat? If you're not gonna wear them, leave them in the dugout dumbass

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QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 01:36 PM)
Why wouldn't you?

 

you would have to be crazy not to

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To be fair, Dunn did hit the ball about 390 feet, just to the wrong part of the park. It should have been an out, but if Dunn is hitting 390+ fly outs, hes going to collect a few hrs on the way.

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QUOTE (FlySox87 @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 07:42 PM)
Carrera sprinted back to the track, settled under it, and just dropped it.

 

 

Sometimes we get the breaks

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QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 12:39 PM)
With Dunn, it will happen. You're talking about 100 games, I am talking about 1500 games.

 

Unless he's done. Is anyone really certain at this point? Sure hope you're right.

 

At any rate, bench Rios yesterday. Morel to Charlotte where he can get some AB's, and let's see if we have anything in De Aza.

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QUOTE (fathom @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 02:42 PM)
Was it the sun that caused him to drop it? Looked more like he got his feet tangled up when he turned around.

He did get his feet tangled up but that's because he was struggling to see. He was shuffling his feet and squinting trying to get under the ball.

 

The way he looked back up at the sun right after missing it tells you everything. He lost it because of the sun, it bounced off his glove, and he looked right back up at the sun in the "how did I miss that" moment.

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QUOTE (fathom @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 01:42 PM)
Was it the sun that caused him to drop it? Looked more like he got his feet tangled up when he turned around.

DJ was convinced it was that and the soft footing on the warning track.

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QUOTE (elrockinMT @ Jul 24, 2011 -> 01:44 PM)
Sometimes we get the breaks

Imagine the outrage if that was Rios!

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