I’d rather win with uncertainty

DMZ · March 2, 2007 at 7:49 am · Filed Under Mariners 

LaHair talks to Edgar.

Horacio Ramirez believes in conviction.

Ramirez wasn’t crazy about his control, but only one pitch really bothered him, a 3-2 curve that former Mariner Mike Cameron hit for a single with one out and a man on base. Even so, Ramirez said he called for that pitch himself, shaking Johjima off several times.

“I’d rather throw the wrong pitch, but a pitch I throw with conviction,” Ramirez said. “That makes it right.”

Geoff Baker on Gookie Dawkin’s name.

In divisional news, Michael Young gets a 5y, ~$80m extension from the Rangers.


54 Responses to “I’d rather win with uncertainty”

  1. Joe on March 4th, 2007 11:28 pm

    Man, I feel like the dorky kid left behind when all the cool kids get invited to a party. You know a bunch of people are off having fun somewhere and all you can do is sit around and wait to hear about everything you missed.

  2. gwangung on March 5th, 2007 7:41 am

    Feh. I was otherwise engaged, else I’d been down there, too.

    But I can offer USS Mariner readers a discount to assuage their feelings…

  3. lokiforever on March 5th, 2007 10:36 am

    gwangung – you are affiliated with “Pork Filled Players”, an actor or director in real life (Real life – beyond blog life)

  4. gwangung on March 6th, 2007 7:23 am


    On this production, just a producer/designer (we got a better writer….)

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