Tuesday, October 16, 2007

So, some ESPN analysts are piling on Terry Francona for starting Tim Wakefield instead of Josh Beckett on three days rest.

I remember the last time ESPN's guys were critical of a manager for starting an average veteran instead of his ace.

Oh wait, that was a week ago. I look for Wakefield to give my Tribe all kinds of trouble.

I hope I'm wrong.



At 1:45 PM , Blogger Vince said...

Once again, I find your lack of faith disturbing.
And I don't know which Wakefield you're talking about, but it seems like every time I saw him throwing against my Tribe, he got shelled.
And how about that Casey Blake starting the seven-run rally?

At 9:24 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

When the Indians win the world series, you better not celebrate -- you don't deserve it. You've never believed in this team. Go root for the Reds.

At 12:42 PM , Anonymous Erik said...

Wakefield actually did give the Indians all kinds of trouble for four innings. Then he started leaving his knuckler up in the strike zone and the Indians solved him in a hurry.

Personally, Zach, I don't think you should change a thing. You've been skeptical to this point, and the Indians keep winning. I say keep the skepticism coming as long as the Indians are alive in the playoffs.


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