Abbreviated Week In Review

Monday, June 27, 2011

It says something about the Marlins, that on a Monday morning, when I reach for my phone and pull up the Sunday MLB scores and then a recap of the Fish game, and learn the team lost their 13th consecutive one-run game, in extras, on a wild pitch, while attempting to issue an intentional walk, and

No reaction.

Seriously, it's gotten to that point where even losing in a completely new and awful way never before imagined elicits no special response from myself other than, "huh, well that's unfortunate." On a side note, I guess last night's game is the karmic turnaround for the famous Miguel Cabrera game winning hit on an intentional-walk pitch game.

The Marlins actually did win twice this week, so that's an improvement over the previous few. Today they're off then take on Oakland and Texas on the road for three games a piece.

1 comments:

@RoderickCrowley June 27, 2011 at 11:57 AM  

Just when we thought we've seen everything, Steve Cishek rolls in and establishes a new canon for the Epic Fail category.

And the worst point is that another solid start by Aníbal Sánchez went down the drain: 7 IP, 1 ER, 6 H, 1 BB, 6 SO.

Man, it's becoming increasingly harder to support the Fish these days...

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