Game 20: Freddy’s last stand?

Born in Southwestern Ohio and currently residing on the Chesapeake Bay, Brien is a former editor-in-chief of IIATMS who now spends most of his time sitting on his deck watching his tomatoes ripen and consuming far more MLB Network programming than is safe for one's health or sanity.

11 thoughts on “Game 20: Freddy’s last stand?

  1. GCC

    Really hoped the fans booed Garcia off the field. Another painful, painful performance.

    • friend

      I thought that he'd give up six runs in the first inning. Whoops, my bad!

    • We did. That's for sure. Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

  2. williamjtasker

    Unconscionable that his turn wasn't skipped. Bloody awful.

    • GCC

      It's like post-season Girardi showed up with his dubious calls in the first fifth of the season.

    • jay_robertson

      Still maintain that Joe wanted to make it as CLEAR as possible to Cash and mgtmt that Freddy is worthless. After all – SSS; three starts; looked good in Spring Training – Hank blew 5 mil on him – I would THINK that today did the trick.

      • roadrider

        I don't think Joe is that cunning. I do think he is dumb enough to think that Garcia will reverse his decline.

  3. Jphn

    Never want to see Garcia in pinstripes again. Release him now!

  4. BrienJackson

    If you had Freddy in the Randy Winn Memorial DFA Watch, you might want to start warming up for your victory lap.

    Good thing we got him locked up soon. If he was still on the free agent market after Christmas, the Red Sox might have swooped in and stolen him.

  5. The Next Guy

    Signing him over Colon is the most asinine move in recent history.

  6. The Next Guy


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