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Wednesday, June 29, 2005

No Title for Now... Maybe Later? No, Probably Not.


Nevin mentioned in a radio interview before last night's game that he had talked to McAnulty about being more aggressive when pinch-hitting. During that evening's game, McAnulty got to bat in the ninth inning and after taking a pitch swung at both of the next two and drove the third pitch into the outfield for a base hit. The pitch he hit was up and out of the zone and I wonder if the aggressive approach had anything to do with Nevin's "coaching."


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