The rule is if a starter gives up a run and his team never comes back and takes a lead he is the pitcher of record and that was the cases today. That was the case today. I feel the same way when Jonny Venters comes in now. How a reliever does later in the game id the team does not rebound is irrelevant in the official sorcerer's eyes.
The same can be said for a starter who goes five miserable innings and dives and the bullpen shuts the other team down cold the rest of the way. That starter may not really deserve a win, but he still gets it.
Some say it evens out....some say.
"Normal is overstated and so is spelling. You want perfection? Go out and buy a Spellcheck, but know this: Spellcheck won't keep you warm at night or love you unconditionally. I will stick to abnormal and a bad speller. Makes life more interesting. After all, what fun is it being normal and perfect?" ---Cristina Marrero
Since you must be perfect you could answer that question.....
>>"Spellcheck won't keep you warm at night or love you unconditionally. I will stick to abnormal and a bad speller. Makes life more interesting. After all, what fun is it being normal and perfect?" ---Cristina Marrero"
Touchy touchy... You can't even admit that "Official Sorcerer" is funny? You must be a blast at parties. I bet you use that quote a lot. Is she related to the Nats' Chris Marrero? lol.
"I hear the Phillies are in the market for some pitching."
And how does that relate to Wang being available?
I think Stras lost because the Nats never tied it, to "get him off the hook"...
But there was no hope once Wang was announced..I turned it off..