Midseason Baseball Thoughts

July 15, 2010

The title pretty much summarizes the whole thing.

Balls

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How Jim Joyce Got Away with Baseball Murder

June 17, 2010

Whoever said “nice guys finish last” was really very wrong. By having a reputation is “one of the best”, combined with the MLB’s efforts to downplay the faults of their outdated systems, Jim Joyce is off-the-hook for what could be the worst call in the history of baseball.

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SPORTS CRIMES: Umpire Robs Pitcher of Perfect Game

June 3, 2010

Detroit Starting Pitcher Armando Galarraga covered first base, took the throw from second in time to make the 27th  straight out in the 9th inning to complete his perfect game… except that Umpire Jim Joyce blew the call, allowing Cleveland’s Jason Donald to be ruled safe, despite needing an extra stride to hit the bag. Galarraga’s game may have been perfect, but Joyce’s wasn’t and neither is the game of baseball as we know it.

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