High & Inside: 10/28/10

What happened to Cliff Lee last night?

  • Rangers fans look for answers and generally freak out.
  • Grant over at McCovey Chronicles gets poetic. One of my favorite writers at SBN describes the anxiety all Giants fans were feeling:

For the paranoid ghouls who still wake up at night wondering why Dusty gave Ortiz the game ball, it was probably when the Rangers’ pitcher doubled to set up a sacrifice fly that scored Bengie Molina. Read that again. The Rangers scored their second run on a sacrifice fly that scored Bengie Molina. An industrial accident was not involved. An American League pitcher doubled to put Molina at third. Cliff Lee had dispatched the Giants with minimal effort in the previous inning. The Rangers scored their second run on a sacrifice fly that scored Bengie Molina. How could your heart not sink just a little?

Then the playoffs happened. It was weird, and it was beautiful. 

 

Who saw it coming?

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Not many.

 

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