Originally Posted by JM
In hindsight. It's pretty easy to be a manager after things play out.
You don't take a guy out who's tossing a 1 hitter with only 80 pitches. Like I said, most of the time, 9 times out of 10 even, Verlander is going to get a complete game shutout in that situation. Same with Kershaw, same with Weaver, same with Halladay, same with Lee, same with Felix...
Look, Verdlander had a 1 hitter ok, he did not had a no hitter working for him.
What is the point of getting the shut out ? it only glorifies a pitcher, and an already glorified one, he does not need it, you get payed to win.
and they did not. I understand your argument, but the fact the result speaks for it self.