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Garza goes today

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Garza gets his second chance today against Paul "The Grinder" Byrd. I say he gives up porch to Pronk.

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Im not making any predictions. Maybe things will go his way in this game. Last game he did have a bit of bad luck coupled with bad pitches.

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Here is the line....signs of improvement.

Pitchers IP H R ER BB SO HR PC-ST ERA

M Garza 5.0 5 3 3 2 5 0 102-64 11.74

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yeah, I heard he saw the Chupacabra and it scared him into pitching better. grin.gif

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That or he's breathing out of his eyelids.

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"Bull Durham"! grin.gif

Later,

Corey Bechtold

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Next start he'll be lights out

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He really did start to settle down after an inning or two. He started to show some of his other pitches and was looking pretty good.

I think he is going the right way and should be ok for the rest of the year.

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Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, ZERO "earned" runs in his first major league win tonight against the Orioles. We need him to keep up that pace and get Liriano back sooner than later.

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Nice to get a win for Garza today. 4 runs on 15 hits is a little disappointing, but we'll have to take it. Sox won too though. We need 5-game win streak right on thru Chicago to get around those guys with only a month of ball left.

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Next start he'll be lights out


Good Call!

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and get Liriano back sooner than later.


Great start and boy did we need it..... Liriano won't be back any time soon......

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