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Posts Tagged ‘ted lilly’

Wastin’ away a one-run lead again…

Posted by dannmckeegan on July 30, 2010

…searching for my absent run support
some people claim that it’s Piniella to blame
but I know it’s nobody’s fault

May 10th: Florida Marlins 4, Chicago Cubs 2 Ted Lilly: 7 IP, 5 H, 4 R (3 ER), 0 BB, 1 K
Plate Appearance 1 1st and 3rd 2 out groundout
Plate Appearance 2 bases loaded 2 out FC 2-unassisted
Plate Appearance 3 1st and 2nd 2 out strikeout swinging

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Current Work in Progress

Posted by dannmckeegan on July 27, 2010

Sure, “work in progress” could be a euphemistic descriptor for the 2010 Cubs season.  As long as it was combined with “and trainwreck,” it would be well-suited for the job.  But the title is primarily meant to describe a bit of stat-wrangling I’m doing with Ted Lilly’s 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

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