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I like Mark Langston's three simple rules for pitchers.

Work fast, throw strikes, and keep the ball down.

Why not him for pitching coach? The guy's got common sense and he's not afraid of speaking the truth about the nonsense which passes for baseball 'wisdom' these days. Good communicator too. 

 

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1 hour ago, fan_since79 said:

I like Mark Langston's three simple rules for pitchers.

Work fast, throw strikes, and keep the ball down.

Why not him for pitching coach? The guy's got common sense and he's not afraid of speaking the truth about the nonsense which passes for baseball 'wisdom' these days. Good communicator too. 

 

Not sure his heart could withstand it.

 

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1 hour ago, fan_since79 said:

I like Mark Langston's three simple rules for pitchers.

Work fast, throw strikes, and keep the ball down.

Why not him for pitching coach? The guy's got common sense and he's not afraid of speaking the truth about the nonsense which passes for baseball 'wisdom' these days. Good communicator too. 

 

Rex Hudler for 3rd base coach! High as hell rubbing a baseball not paying attention to the game.

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Mickey Callaway just got canned by the Mets.

He was a bad manager, but was an outstanding pitching coach in the AL for Cleveland. He has that quirky personality like Maddon, so I could see them hitting it off well. 

He also has history with Maddon and the Angels in 2002, getting a ring. 

 

 

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5 hours ago, fan_since79 said:

I like Mark Langston's three simple rules for pitchers.

Work fast, throw strikes, and keep the ball down.

Why not him for pitching coach? The guy's got common sense and he's not afraid of speaking the truth about the nonsense which passes for baseball 'wisdom' these days. Good communicator too. 

 

Throwing low isn’t nearly as effective as it used to be. 

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5 hours ago, fan_since79 said:

I like Mark Langston's three simple rules for pitchers.

Work fast, throw strikes, and keep the ball down.

Why not him for pitching coach? The guy's got common sense and he's not afraid of speaking the truth about the nonsense which passes for baseball 'wisdom' these days. Good communicator too. 

 

I have one even simpler rule.  Don't put any men on base.

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15 hours ago, Keener said:

Bad idea.  Ausmus and White would let you out of the car three blocks before your destination.

.....and Paul would take you to the wrong destination.

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On 10/4/2019 at 1:13 PM, True Grich said:

I have one even simpler rule.  Don't put any men on base.

It’s a crazy idea, but I like it.

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On 10/4/2019 at 1:13 PM, True Grich said:

I have one even simpler rule.  Don't put any men on base.

The new analytics do not agree.  The best approach by the pitcher will now be determined by a supercomputer in the dugout requiring 3,456 different inputs.

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On October 6, 2019 at 7:37 AM, eligrba said:

The new analytics do not agree.  The best approach by the pitcher will now be determined by a supercomputer in the dugout requiring 3,456 different inputs.

and I thought I was lazy 

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