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    Quote Originally Posted by zfurman View Post
    The worst part of this game other than the score is the fact that they used all their relievers today and I have no idea who will be able to pitch tomorrow except the starter.

    Maybe Pennington can come in again. At least Sanchez and Osuna were not used today.

    Things certainly look extremely bleak for them tomorrow.

    Hickey really let them down by not being able to get out of the second inning and leaving the game losing 4 - 0
    I think in Game 5 the relievers is the least of their worries. Starter must go minimum 6 MINIMUM!

    They have Loup, Sanchez, and Osuna arguably the best outside of the injured Cecil all fresh.

    Bautista, Encarnacion and Martin have been MAJORLY disappointing

    Bautista
    18 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 2 Singles (NO extra base hits)
    - 5 K's
    - 5 Walks
    and I may be wrong but has been the last out of an inning the most.

    Martin
    11 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 0 Hits
    - 4 K's
    - 2 Walks and 1 Hit by Pitch

    Encarnacion
    16 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 4 Singles (No Extra base hits)
    - 6 K's
    - No Walks

    Combined
    45 Plate Appearances
    - 6 Singles ( so 6 for 37 that's .162 BA, .162 SLG, .311 OBP) That is BRUTAL!!!!!
    - 15 K's - They don't even make contact 1/3 of the time they get a plate appearance! The entire KC Roster has 22 K's!!!
    - 7 BB's 1 HBP

    I will be cheering hard for the Jays, but that feeling in the pit of my stomach has been growing each game in the ALCS.
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    Off to the game at the Rogers Centre. Hopefully not for the last time this year. Go Jay's!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I'm sending positive vibes with you Kawam.
    Have fun, bring them luck, and cheer for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nytemare View Post
    I think in Game 5 the relievers is the least of their worries. Starter must go minimum 6 MINIMUM!

    They have Loup, Sanchez, and Osuna arguably the best outside of the injured Cecil all fresh.

    Bautista, Encarnacion and Martin have been MAJORLY disappointing

    Bautista
    18 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 2 Singles (NO extra base hits)
    - 5 K's
    - 5 Walks
    and I may be wrong but has been the last out of an inning the most.

    Martin
    11 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 0 Hits
    - 4 K's
    - 2 Walks and 1 Hit by Pitch

    Encarnacion
    16 Plate Appearances in ALCS
    - 4 Singles (No Extra base hits)
    - 6 K's
    - No Walks

    Combined
    45 Plate Appearances
    - 6 Singles ( so 6 for 37 that's .162 BA, .162 SLG, .311 OBP) That is BRUTAL!!!!!
    - 15 K's - They don't even make contact 1/3 of the time they get a plate appearance! The entire KC Roster has 22 K's!!!
    - 7 BB's 1 HBP

    I will be cheering hard for the Jays, but that feeling in the pit of my stomach has been growing each game in the ALCS.
    Nice Analysis Nytemare.


    I'll do the Play by Play and you do the analytics.

    Nice to have you on board!!!

    Cheers!!!!
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    Keep the faith nytemare.

    Bottom of the 4th Jays 1 - KC 0

    Estrada has been excellent so far!

    It ain't over until it's over!!!!


    GO JAYS GO !!!!!!
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    By the way Loup is unavailable today due to personal issues.

    That just hurts the Blue Jay chances even more.

    The only positive is that Gibbons has announced that Price is available for spot duty (1 -2 innings if required) as are all other starters including R.A. Dickey if required.

    He also mentioned that Sanchez and Osuna will pitch two innings if so required.
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    Boy, Estrada's pitching has been fantastic.

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    Oct 21st Kansas City Royals @ Toronto Blue Jays Scoring Summary of the Game
    Edinson Volquez Pitching for Kansas City Royals
    Marco Estrada Pitching for Toronto Blue Jays
    Top of the First Inning - Kansas City up
    Marco Estrada pitching for Toronto
    Escobar grounded out to third.
    Zobrist struck out swinging.
    Cain struck out looking. Kansas City 0 Toronto 0
    Bottom of the First Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Edinson Volquez pitching for Kansas City
    Revere grounded out to first.
    Donaldson struck out looking
    Bautista fouled out to first. Kansas City 0 Toronto 0
    Top of the Second Inning - Kansas City up
    Hosmer flied out to left.
    K. Morales grounded out to second.
    Moustakas struck out swinging. Kansas City 0 Toronto 0
    Bottom of the Second Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Encarnación popped out to first.
    Colabello homered to center.
    Tulowitzki lined out to third.
    Navarro walked.
    Pillar lined out to second. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Top of the Third Inning - Kansas City up
    Pérez lined out to shortstop.
    Gordon struck out swinging.
    Rios grounded out to first. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Bottom of the Third Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Goins grounded out to shortstop.
    Revere bunt grounded out to pitcher.
    Donaldson grounded out to second. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Top of the Fourth Inning - Kansas City up
    Escobar singled to left.
    Zobrist grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Escobar out at second.
    Cain popped out to second. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Bottom of the Fourth Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Bautista reached on infield single to shortstop.
    Encarnación grounded into fielder's choice to third, Bautista out at second.
    Colabello grounded into double play, second to shortstop to first, Encarnación out at second.
    Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Top of the Fifth Inning - Kansas City up
    Hosmer grounded out to shortstop.
    K. Morales flied out to center.
    Moustakas flied out to left. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Bottom of the Fifth Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Tulowitzki grounded out to shortstop
    Navarro struck out swinging.
    Pillar reached on infield single to pitcher.
    Goins grounded out to first. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Top of the Sixth Inning - Kansas City up
    Pérez flied out to center.
    Gordon grounded out to second. Great play by Goins on a tough hop. SUPER PLAY!!!
    Rios flied out to center. Kansas City 0 Toronto 1
    Bottom of the Sixth Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Revere walked.
    Donaldson hit by pitch, Revere to second
    Bautista walked, Revere to third, Donaldson to second.
    Encarnación walked, Revere scored, Donaldson to third, Bautista to second. Bases still loaded
    Herrera relieved Vólquez.
    Colabello struck out swinging.
    Tulowitzki doubled to center, Donaldson, Bautista and Encarnación scored.
    Navarro struck out looking
    Pillar struck out swinging. Kansas City 0 Toronto 5
    Top of the Seventh Inning - Kansas City up
    Escobar grounded out to second.
    Zobrist grounded out to shortstop.
    Cain walked.
    Hosmer flied out to left. Kansas City 0 Toronto 5
    Bottom of the Seventh Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Danny Duffy relieved Herrera.
    Goins struck out swinging.
    Revere struck out swinging.
    Donaldson doubled to center.
    Bautista doubled to deep right center, Donaldson scored.
    Encarnación struck out swinging. Kansas City 0 Toronto 6
    Top of the Eighth Inning - Kansas City up
    Marco Estrada still pitching for Toronto - has pitched the minimum to this point
    He has been the saviour for the Blue Jays in this series!!!!!
    He has single handedly lead the resurgence by the Jays in this game
    K. Morales struck out swinging
    Moustakas lined out to center.
    Pérez homered to right (352 Feet)
    Gordon singled to shallow right.
    Sanchez relieved Estrada. What an absolutely excellent performance by Estrada tonight.
    Rios singled to right, Gordon to second.
    Escobar lined out to right. Kansas City 1 Toronto 6
    Bottom of the Eighth Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Colabello struck out looking
    Tulowitzki singled to right.
    Navarro struck out swinging.
    Pillar doubled to deep center, Tulowitzki scored, Pillar out stretching at third
    Kansas City 1 Toronto 7
    Top of the Ninth Inning - Kansas City up
    Smoak at first base.
    Osuna relieved Sanchez.
    Zobrist grounded out to second.
    Cain grounded out to pitcher.
    Hosmer grounded out to first.
    Bottom of the Ninth Inning - Toronto Blue Jays up
    Game Over Kansas City 1 Toronto 7
    Huge win to extend this series
    GO JAYS GO!!!!!!
    Last edited by zfurman; Wed, Oct 21st, 2015 at 08:26 PM.
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    Well the Jays live to play another day. Estrada was absolutely locked in and fantastic.

    Jays have done it before.

    I am confident that they can do it again and win two more games to win this series.


    GO JAYS GO!!!!!
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    what a difference a day makes!
    WOW!
    go JAYS go!

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    I enjoyed watching the Jays game earlier. They sure played a-heck-of-a lot better. It must be quite the experience seeing a game live. Caught Geddy Lee there again. Cheers everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by heartgirl99 View Post
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    Mets beat the Cubs 8 - 3 and are on their way to the World Series.
    Win the NLCS 4 -0.
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    Fan Exam
    On yesterday’s Brady & Walker, what did Ed Sprague say about blow-out losses vs. tight games?
    Close losses are harder to accept than blow outs.

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