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Caught this link over at Rob Neyer's blog. Has to do with Mariano Rivera and wild pitches. Interesting stuff...
Hilarious interplay between the producer and the Senator.
I'm pretty sure he was when it comes to the Yankees, anyway.
8 I actually agree with your take on Girardi, but unfortuately we now live in a world where everything is taken at face value. If it's caught on tape, you can bet money that someone, somewhere will have a 1,000 word breakdown and video analysis on their blog within hours, with roughly 50-100 comments all trying to out-snark each other.
I imagine the look someone would get from Joe if they actually had these facts on hand during the postgame interview.
"Uh, excuse me, Joe? I've got baseball-reference pulled up on my iPhone and..."
I could easily be wrong, but it's always sounded to me like Robert Johnson did that as well.
13 It wasn't until players like T-Bone Walker and BB King perfected single-note solos that guitarists DIDN'T routinely play rhythm and lead simultaneously.
Now off to find it.
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