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Total BS strike zone


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That K pitch on Hamilton during one of his AB's last night was brutal. Earlier in that AB, Nap held his glove on a pitch he wanted called a strike that was clearly 6 inches off the plate outside and was denied. Then Lackey threw further than that outside the plate and Hamilton was rung up.

 

It was actually kind of amazing to watch, almost as if the umpire was giving Nap a make up call for the 6-inch outsider earlier being called a ball.

 

ETA: Not to get off-topic, and I hope this isn't a Craig, but I can't seem to recall a time when a former battery of the Angels came up against them like the Nap/Lackey battery last night. It was actually kind of weird to listen to the announcers make the calls.

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Weaver: 6 balls were called strikes (2 obvious). 1 clear strike was called a ball.

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Lackey: 3 clear balls were called strikes. 1 clear strike was called a ball.

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Not a great day for the ump but it didn't appear to favor Boston.

 

 

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That K pitch on Hamilton during one of his AB's last night was brutal. Earlier in that AB, Nap held his glove on a pitch he wanted called a strike that was clearly 6 inches off the plate outside and was denied. Then Lackey threw further than that outside the plate and Hamilton was rung up.

 

It was actually kind of amazing to watch, almost as if the umpire was giving Nap a make up call for the 6-inch outsider earlier being called a ball.

 

ETA: Not to get off-topic, and I hope this isn't a Craig, but I can't seem to recall a time when a former battery of the Angels came up against them like the Nap/Lackey battery last night. It was actually kind of weird to listen to the announcers make the calls.

Except Napoli didn't catch yesterday.

Matter of fact he hasn't caught a game all year.

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Weaver: 6 balls were called strikes (2 obvious). 1 clear strike was called a ball.

 

 

Lackey: 3 clear balls were called strikes. 1 clear strike was called a ball.

 

 

Not a great day for the ump but it didn't appear to favor Boston.

 

Now, now...Don't go injecting logic and facts into the mix, EE! 

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