FIRE JOE MORGAN: Don't Trust Computers

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Monday, August 21, 2006

 

Don't Trust Computers

Joe Morgan, in the 8th inning of tonight's game, was talking about how the way to get out Yankee hitters is by pitching them inside. Then Papelbon struck out Cano, and Joe said:

"[K zone] shows that the ball was over the middle of the plate, but that was inside."

Hmmm.

Earlier, he also called Cano, and I quote, "One of the best fastball hitters in the league."

He's a nice little player, but...um...no.

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posted by Ken Tremendous  # 12:37 AM
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From reader Brian:

In the bottom of the 6th, Joe was talking about how, with the emphasis on home runs and such, it was harder for middle infielders to win the MVP award, for their on-field leadership, etc. To prove his point, he listed the last 5 AL MVP winners, two of which were middle infielders at the time (ARod and Tejeda).

Genius.
 
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