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(Kansas City)   Vin Mazzaro enters game with 17.47 ERA, throws 7 shutout innings v. the Angels, induces five double plays, lowers ERA to 10.80, before laughing to himself   (kansascity.com) divider line 6
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2011-06-12 09:17:30 PM
And people (Americans) complain that cricket headlines are hard to follow.
 
2011-06-13 12:04:22 AM

ghost_who_walks: And people (Americans) complain that cricket headlines are hard to follow.


It would help if something headline worthy (anything) happened in cricket more than once a year.
 
2011-06-13 02:23:49 AM

ghost_who_walks: And people (Americans) complain that cricket headlines are hard to follow.


Vin Mazzaro (Guy who throws the ball with intent for it not to be hit, or if it is hit to be caught or thrown to the base before the runner gets there) starts a game with a 17.47 ERA (Earned Run Average, measurement of how often he is scored on, the lower the number the better. 17 is a really big number), throws 7 shutout innings (7 out of 9 parts of the game that he plays in had no runs scored, this is good) vs the Angels, induces five double plays (two runners get out at once, not really a reflection of the pitcher as much as the fielders), lowers ERA (that measurement thing) to 10.8 (Still a big number, but not an insane number).

Better?
 
2011-06-13 05:01:42 AM
There's a reason they traded DeJesus for this guy. He's really not all that bad.
 
2011-06-13 08:54:14 AM

NkThrasher: ghost_who_walks: And people (Americans) complain that cricket headlines are hard to follow.

Vin Mazzaro (Guy who throws the ball with intent for it not to be hit, or if it is hit to be caught or thrown to the base before the runner gets there) starts a game with a 17.47 ERA (Earned Run Average, measurement of how often he is scored on, the lower the number the better. 17 is a really big number), throws 7 shutout innings (7 out of 9 parts of the game that he plays in had no runs scored, this is good) vs the Angels, induces five double plays (two runners get out at once, not really a reflection of the pitcher as much as the fielders), lowers ERA (that measurement thing) to 10.8 (Still a big number, but not an insane number).

Better?


www.ourspacer.com
 
2011-06-13 09:26:34 AM
The Angels suck ass right now. Their season depends on Wells and Hunter hitting and I am not too optimistic about them turning it around.
 
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