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no, its Perisho's fault

 

you put a lefty vs the lefties

 

bottom line.

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No, you look for matchups. Usually that is lefty vs. lefty...unless they guy is 6-8 with 3 HRs lifetime against him.

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Yeah Ramp... I have to agree... It could beRandy Johnson in the pen, but if the guy at the plate is 6-8 with 3 HRs against him, you don't put him in. Chalk another loss up (maybe) to bad scouting.

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At this point matchups are irrelevant. How many blown games by Perisho will it take for Jack to realize that he is NOT ever going to be a decent reliever? Perisho should be sent down, he is garbage and proves it every night he steps on the mound. I would have preferred ANY pitcher in our bullpen to Perisho and when I saw him walking out of the bullpen and on to the field, I mumbled to myself "oh s*** not again" and when he gave up that 2 run bomb I wasn't even surprised. I was at the game tonight and was sitting right behind the Marlins bullpen. I was booing so loud, i'm not sure if you could hear it on TV or not but i'm sure you could, lol. Then the guy next to me started yelling "GO BACK TO ALBUQUERQUE."

 

Darren Oliver > Matt Perisho.

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I think that Perisho should only be used to get 1 and at the most 2 outs in an inning I dont think we should ever have to see him work a full inning again. I am sure there has to be one leftie down on the farm that can get it done for an entire inning better than Perisho.

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It defintely was NOT jack's fault. All the hitters coming up were lefties even if one of them had an awesome record against him. The problem is when his decisions dont turn out well everyone bashes him, but when they do turn out well everyone praises him. He's a good manager, the other day when they took out perisho and put in manzy to face sledge, everyone was complaining. Had he left perisho in and they would have gone ahead on him everyone would have said, 'why didnt mckeon take out perisho' So the truth is he plays his hand the best he can and its up to the players to perform. Last night's homer was perisho's fault not mckeon's. Great job managing by mckeon last night actually.

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I've wanted to send him to the minors or release him for months.

 

But please! Perisho sucked in the AL, and has bad stats against every AL and former AL player.

 

He's having a career year this year, and you think Ben Grieve is going to remember how some AAAA lefty specialist pitched 4 years ago?

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It defintely was NOT jack's fault. All the hitters coming up were lefties even if one of them had an awesome record against him. The problem is when his decisions dont turn out well everyone bashes him, but when they do turn out well everyone praises him. He's a good manager, the other day when they took out perisho and put in manzy to face sledge, everyone was complaining. Had he left perisho in and they would have gone ahead on him everyone would have said, 'why didnt mckeon take out perisho' So the truth is he plays his hand the best he can and its up to the players to perform. Last night's homer was perisho's fault not mckeon's. Great job managing by mckeon last night actually.

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Guys, come on. The reason you bring in a lefty is because almost to a man lefty batters will have an inferior average vs. lefty pitchers than righty pitchers. But when a batters statistics say 6 hits in 8 at bats including 3 home runs you accept the fact that past results on an individual basis outweigh past results on the grand scale (that being all of MLB since the game has been played.)

 

I rarely knock Jack and I rarely knock Perisho. Perisho is solid vs. lefties and stinks vs. righties. But common sense needs to play a role in everything.

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if you have a lefty specialist.....

 

 

he has to be used against lefties late in the game.

 

 

 

perisho needs to learn to pitch.

 

 

most of those numbers were when perisho was REALLY bad with the rangers and tigers a few years back as well. and when grieve actually was supposed to be a damn good player.

 

 

 

still perisho needs to get lefties out...if he cant do that...then what is his use?

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Sticking with Perisho: Despite his struggles while facing Ben Grieve, Matt Perisho likely will draw the lefty-lefty assignment again.

 

Grieve belted a two-run homer off Perisho on Friday night in the eighth inning. In head-to-head matchups, Grieve is 7-for-9 with four homers off Perisho.

 

"I'll let him pitch to him," McKeon said.

 

McKeon said if Perisho executes his pitches, he will get better results. Grieve belted a pitch up in the zone Friday.

 

Maybe Jack is just stubborn. If Perisho pitches to this guy again in a big situation Jack is just being stupid. You walk Bonds but you pitch to a guy that is 7-9 with 4 HR's?

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