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June 25, 2013

It got exciting at the end at least…

Filed under: Uncategorized — stevemryan @ 5:06 pm

After two one-run games, St Louis won the rubber game 7-3 in a game that was the only lopsided match of the series.  St Louis was ahead comfortably until Baltimore cut the lead to 6-3 in the top of the eighth with two on and the tying run at the plate.  Hank Robinson came in and immediately induced an inning-ending, rally-killing double play.  After St Louis scored to put the lead back at four runs, Dutch Lamlein closed out the game for the 7-3 Cardinal victory.  Baltimore didn’t go down without a fight.  With two outs in the top of the 9th, Mickey Doolan and Otto Knabe reached before Fred Jacklitsch fouled out harmlessly to Miller Huggins to end the game.

I found out new ways to fix mistakes I make in BallScore, so patience in truly a virtue.  At one point, I put in a pinch hitter, but failed to make the change on the scoresheet until the half inning had ended.  Later, when I inserted a new pitcher, I somehow put him in the wrong place in the lineup and had to fix that.  Not totally sure what I did, but it looked right when I was done and the troubleshooting part of the program didn’t flag any mistakes.  Who knew?Image



So there it is.  Another series in the books and I am getting comfortable with the BallScore part of the program.  Now if I can get the hang of the BallStat part…


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