Thursday, May 12, 2011

Phillies, Marlins fall Halladay

Phillies, Marlins fall Halladay

When the ball went to Rollins territory on Tuesday, Halladay cruise in a tie game. Johnson was already gone, and the pitching duel meet the hype. Just like the game perfect last may, defender did not want to be the cause.
Rollins bobbled the ball, but won on time so a good throw would lead to a yet. He knew Omar Infante worked with the first. ("This is a flyer by any means," Rollins said.) He knew the throw would have been even more now that he himself had bobbled it and were flat-footed. "Can't you do this step also shuffle," Rollins said.

But he did not know that the first basic width until she saw Howard stretching for it. Then forget the score, the matchup, the fog has appeared over the outfield, everything.

"Aw, damn," Rollins thought to himself.

This game was not decided on the mound. One ball left the infield in the bottom of the eighth. Infante arrived at Rollins error. He moved to second on a wild pitch that catcher Dane Sardinha said later should have been. Infante advanced to third on two-stroke of luck that strike was a groundout in the second from 23-year-old pinch-hitter Osvaldo Martinez. Scored on a ball in shallow Center field dunked by Chris Coghlan, and what it was.

"That's a tough way to lose a game, '' Manager Charlie Manuel said.

Any mistake, as expected, was magnified. It will search the pitching rubber and will present it to the winner as they did the last time these two xestwn square at this stage, but this game was every bit as good as expected.

Halladay, a little fault of same, emerged as the loser. Florida had retired 13 in a row, Pan before Infante arrived about the error Rollins.

"I try to limit mistakes, as I can, no matter who you face," Halladay said. "Unfortunately, it turned out that the little importance did. Cannot go to cautious. But I don't. "

Halladay outlasted Johnson, but it was small consolation. In eight innings, the Phillies ACE created for third up 115 complete game of the season. He struck out nine and walked two, one of which is severely hurt.

353 career games, Halladay had issued 492 walks before Tuesday. None was the opposing pitcher. With one of the third inning, Johnson took all six Halladay threw him the multitude. The sixth was a low fastball for ball four.

"I just walked in," Halladay said. "I don't know what else to say."

Halladay screamed a profanity and Snatched the ball back at him mercy from Sardinha. Johnson scored after a double and a sacrifice fly to tie the game.

The Longhorns let Johnson escape trouble early and often, leaving the bases loaded twice. He allowed six hits and walked three in seven innings. The lone run came on an opposite-field home run by Howard in the second.

Inning that could have and should have been more profitable for the Cubs. After the Death of Howard, the next three pan reached base with no commitment. Sardinha and Halladay hit before Rollins grounded by second.
"Do you have anything throughout," said Manuel. "Hit into a double play, you will get a run. Whatever. This does not happen. Sometimes this is the way it goes. "

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