As MUCH as he should he won't Iv'e come to grips with it.
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I love Timmy but if he's not priced as a 3/4 rotation guy them move on.
We should have some coin to spend on the team.
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I was at the game today, once Romo walked in the tying run it was over. The crowd was into it. Before the bottom half of the 9th there was a montage on the jumbotron from the Braves comeback against San Fran a couple years back. It culminated with a Freddie Freeman walkoff single. He did it again!
Nope, August 2011.
For the record, Romo's 3-2 pitch to Justin Upton was a ball. I understand Romo was fired up and wanted the call.....and it WAS kind of close. But in no way was that a strike. People will be quick to blame the error, but Romo needs to not put the tying run on for free. Nothing drives me more insane than closers walking batters in close games.
I am not letting him off the hook either....as that play needs to be made. However, physical errors are 100% more excusable than walking the tying run in the 9th inning of a 1 run game. Like i said, the walk turned the inning into a potential rally/stress inning. If Gattis hits a homerun, at least he earned it. Putting the tying run on base for free is inexcusable. Its too bad too. Romo normally has impeccable control.