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Old 11-02-2017, 11:36 AM
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You musty be kidding. You know what Maris looks like these days?! (I know, I'll be crucified for this remark - but am a lifelong Yankee fan so okay).
Now do you see it?
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Old 11-02-2017, 02:43 PM
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Agreed. Even the ears match.
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Old 11-02-2017, 03:32 PM
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Justin Turner was the greatest clutch hitter since Babe Ruth. Until he wasn’t.
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Old 11-02-2017, 04:41 PM
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Agreed. Even the ears match.
Lol, he does not look like Joe Jackson!
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Old 11-10-2017, 01:25 PM
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Andrew Toles would of made a huge difference if he didnt tear his ACL..
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Old 10-05-2018, 11:43 PM
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you had said THIS year was a black mark though. Its obviously a short sample size when so many inherited runners scored and his recent performance on short days rest gives more credence to give him the benefit of the doubt on the past performances. His era is probably now close to 2.50 if only half of the inherited runners scored during the postseason

You were provided with many stats on the past performances that showed the amount of runs scored was not usual given the metrics in play. The recent performances are showing the numbers evening out.

Your quote was "The post season continues, IMO, to be a huge black mark on his otherwise astonishing career"

Lets face it, the narrative has changed. He has pitched in every post season victory this year for the Dodgers. I just dont see the Huge Black mark when you made that post, when he won the first 2 games he started which helped him earn another start in the second round and another victory. I mean it only took one more start to show right now he is having a TERRIFIC postseason.

You are allowed to not have as good numbers against 100 win teams overall then you do when you face the Braves/losing teams this year in the regular season. Postseason stats against elite teams are not expected to be as good as they are against the regular season teams.

yet again, further evidence the narrative has changed on Kershaw not being a a good playoff pitcher...its been 3 or so straight years now where he has been good to great......whip will be 1.08 around and era will be in the 3's when this year is over.

guy has won 8 postseason games now..plus had the lead in several others in which the bullpen blew or left in a tie situation........

the narrative of him not being a good playoff pitcher has changed....


He is 6-1 with a save right now since 2016.... ....... need to talk david price if want to talk playoff issues....the ship has sailed on kershaw

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Old 10-13-2018, 09:25 AM
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yet again, further evidence the narrative has changed on Kershaw not being a a good playoff pitcher...its been 3 or so straight years now where he has been good to great......whip will be 1.08 around and era will be in the 3's when this year is over.

guy has won 8 postseason games now..plus had the lead in several others in which the bullpen blew or left in a tie situation........

the narrative of him not being a good playoff pitcher has changed....


He is 6-1 with a save right now since 2016.... ....... need to talk david price if want to talk playoff issues....the ship has sailed on kershaw
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So you were not impressed with his 3 innings of work last night?
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So you were not impressed with his 3 innings of work last night?
Flat earth proponents presume that Kershaw and Grandal sailed to the edge of the earth last night and were unable to tack.
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So he gave up a 407 foot home run to the Brewer's relief pitcher...doesn't everybody?
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