Sep 17, 2009, 9:50 AM EST
“What was the count in the end, 3-4 to Green?”
– Angels Manager Mike Scioscia, voicing his displeasure at what he felt were two blown calls during the penultimate at bat in last night’s Angels-Sox game.
I haven’t seen it yet, but reasonable people are disagreeing on whether or not the check swing really was a check swing. Scioscia is dead right about the pitch that was called ball four, however.
(thanks to Jason for the heads up)
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