Game 14, Mariners at Angels

Dave · April 19, 2005 at 1:17 pm · Filed Under Game Threads 

Sexson with a three run bomb early in the top of the first. Kevin Gregg doesn’t look to be in for the long haul.


108 Responses to “Game 14, Mariners at Angels”

  1. eponymous coward on April 19th, 2005 7:30 pm

    Jamie Moyer for Cy Youn-wait, what do you MEAN “small sample size”?

  2. ahaha on April 19th, 2005 7:53 pm

    An outfield of Vlad, Reed, and Ichi? I’ll take it. Of course, you might have to ask again if Beltre turns it on and hits for .300 with 50 bombs on the year.

  3. fiction on April 19th, 2005 8:15 pm

    #100 Beltre 100% M’s already have right fielder who is pretty good. Even if they did not Beltre is that rare player that may beat you offensively and devensively….

  4. Chris Begley on April 19th, 2005 8:34 pm

    I would go with Vlad every time, just for entertainment. I love watching him. And nobody, but nobody would ever run on an outfield with Vlad and Ichiro

  5. John D. on April 19th, 2005 9:04 pm

    Re: (# 100) THE SIGNING OF GUERRERO – Pardon the cynicism, but some really believe that the early signing of IBANEZ–most of the MLB scribes felt that the signing was unnecessarily early–was to say to people who urged the signing of Guerrero, “We already have our corner outfielders.”

  6. Jamie in Japan on April 20th, 2005 1:59 am

    #92 I would not say Vin never gets emotional. I remember ’88 there were quite a few times Vin got excited. And I will always take his call of Gibson’s homer over Jack Bucks.


  7. John D. on April 20th, 2005 9:31 am

    Re: (106) THE CALL ON GIBSON’S HOMER – [HELP! Who was the colorman ?] I heard that game on the radio, and IIRC, Jack Buck (who I usually like) was announcing, and thought it was a routine fly to right. His sidekick told him that “it looks like it’s out of here.”
    [The recording (by Buck) says, “I don’t believe what I just saw.”] * ________
    * This revising of events is not uncommon. Remember that WS game where DICK WILLIAMS (and the A’s battery) deked JOHNNY BENCH (struck him out as he was expecting an intentional walk) ? Nowadays it’s FINGERS would have struck anyone out with the best slider he ever threw. At the time it was “They better not try that again.” (A fastball down the middle.)

  8. Peter on April 20th, 2005 12:40 pm

    Hey, I haven’t been reading this thread, so sorry if someone else already posted this, but the LA Times has a great article on yesterday’s game. Quotes about Moyer and his “ESP” and lots more.,0,1729141.story?coll=la-home-sports