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GDT: 9/22/13 M's @ Angels (No Trumbo)


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Scioscia is a strange guy. He plays Cowgill for a few games in a row and he puts up 0-4 and 0-6 type numbers, yet he remains in the lineup. Then he sits him today after his performance last night? Doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Shouldn't a player be rewarded for having a great game? 

 

Just noticed that Green is also not in the lineup. He had a 3 RBI game last night. Scioscia sits the two players that drove in most of the runs last night. Weird.

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Scioscia is a strange guy. He plays Cowgill for a few games in a row and he puts up 0-4 and 0-6 type numbers, yet he remains in the lineup. Then he sits him today after his performance last night? Doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Shouldn't a player be rewarded for having a great game? 

 

Just noticed that Green is also not in the lineup. He had a 3 RBI game last night. Scioscia sits the two players that drove in most of the runs last night. Weird.

 

I am managing my retirement the same way...it has to work because Mike is a genius.

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Scioscia is a strange guy. He plays Cowgill for a few games in a row and he puts up 0-4 and 0-6 type numbers, yet he remains in the lineup. Then he sits him today after his performance last night? Doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Shouldn't a player be rewarded for having a great game? 

 

Just noticed that Green is also not in the lineup. He had a 3 RBI game last night. Scioscia sits the two players that drove in most of the runs last night. Weird.

Cowgill starts against lefties. He has a career .784 OPS against them and really struggles against righties. 

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This is always overstated on here. His career ERA is under 4 against the Angels. His record sucks but that doesn't really matter. He struggles far more against Texas.

Well, he has a career 3.19 ERA and it's 3.95 against the Angels so that's a pretty big difference. 

 

He definitely is worse against Texas though. I guess I meant "struggling" in Felix's perspective. 

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