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Old Apr 21st 2007, 11:49 pm
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Talking Unbelievable Pirates defeat!

I was watching the Pirates/Dodgers game...just got over.... and oh my gosh, the best game I have seen in a long time. The Pirates were leading up until the 9th inning. After pirates pitching gave up a couple of walks and wild pitches/passed balls, the Dodgers tie it up. So, we go to the 10th, the Pirates go quietly in the top. The bottom of the 10th? Juan Pierre leads off with a single to right. Nomar comes up for a very lengthy at bat between fouling pitches off and the pitcher more concerned about Pierre on first. Nomar finally strikes out. Jeff Kent comes up to bat... well, he singles on a ground ball into shallow right. Pierre to second base. Kent on first. 1 out. Louis Gonzalez walks to load them up. Jim Tracy makes a double switch and then does something I have never seen done before. He creates a 5 man infield... first, second, someone in between second and short, and third base. Two outfielders. Russel Martin faces ex-White Sox Damaso Marte. Ball one... Foul... Called Strike...then GRAND SLAM! The Dodgers helped keep us out of the basement!
Baseball season's underway...
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I've seen that defensive alignment a few times, but it's rarely used.
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