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Hitters ahead of pitchers?

Michael Restovich, trying to win a job as a bat off the bench, hit a solo homer off Matt Chico, who is now done. Rafael/Ronnie Belliard just hit a two-run line shot to left off Beltran Perez.

For some reason, even though there are no fans, no official scorer, no announcer, nothing but players and a few workers, there's a dude on the scoreboard in left field at HSCS who is hanging numbers up there. He seems to think it's 2-1 home team, but I don't think that's right. Now he's moving it to make it look like it's 3-2 visitors, but I have no idea if that's right, either.

Why he's even out there is anyone's guess.

It is also only a matter of time before one of the workers here gets nailed by a foul ball. They're not paying attention to the game (what with the working stuff).

Scoreboard Guy is still on it. It's like he's doing Sudoku out there, moving numbers around. He's like two innings behind.

Another warning: I've got to go over to the minor league side at some point soon, so not only will these updates stop abruptly, but it's unlikely I'll have complete stats, etc., to offer later. I'll get some bits and pieces.

Jason Bergmann now on the hill. Nook Logan trying that old drag bunt that might be his best weapon as a left-handed hitter. Fouled it off.

Zimm up after Logan. I'll hang in there till his at-bat.

(Pause. Pause. Pause.)

You ever see like 70 guys in one dugout? I have.

(Pause. Pause. Pause.)

Logan strikes out looking. Zimmerman up.

Zimm flies to center. Talk to you later.

By Barry Svrluga  |  February 27, 2007; 11:40 AM ET
 
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what did Hanrahan do in the top of the 2nd?

Posted by: Anonymous | February 27, 2007 12:43 PM | Report abuse

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