Analysis

Game #75 at Los Angeles

Game #75 at Los Angeles

Angel Stadium | 3:35 | Gorzelanny vs. Bartolo Colon | Box

Five in a row.  No post-game thoughts.  What can you say?  The Angels won another one in extras.
Read about the possibility of blowing the team up or acquiring Jarrod Saltalamacchia.  I really don't feel like writing about another loss.  Think about the future.
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Lots of numbers: Gorzelanny is 7-4 with a 3.01 ERA. Bartolo Colon is 6-3 with a 6.17 ERA. The Pirates have failed to score in 37 of the past 40 innings. Projected out to 162 games, our .419 winning percentage translates to 95 losses. You know, the same as in 2005. And 2006.
Gorzo will be asked to play the role of stopper this afternoon, just as Ian Snell was last evening. Hopefully he'll do a better job. Originally, he was ...

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