Saturday, May 8, 2010

Back-to-back backstop walk-offs


Even more weird: Todd Wellemeyer pitches poorly against Johan Santana and yet the game is tied after 8 innings. Got to love Aubrey Huff's .286/.356/.476 line, let's hope he keeps it up. Eli Whiteside continues to defy the odds, getting on base 3 times today after spelling Molina, and hitting .409 for the season.

The Franchise goes tomorrow, and everyone in GiantsLand will expect him to be The Stopper. That's usually a safe bet, but things have been pretty weird at Citi Field this weekend.



1 comment:

Bob said...

There's something about the term "walk-off homer" that bugs me. The guy who hits it doesn't get to walk off, he still has to round the bases. The pitcher and the defense do the walking off. But they walk off at the end of every game no matter how it ends.