I'm not completely surprised by this. I am still on board with the general premise that Girardi uses his bullpen well and distributes workload effectively.
Point well taken. We could see this in real world competition in the "dead ball" sixties when players continued to swing for the fences in the
Girardi has been reminding me of a reincarnation of Showalter.
Bob Nightengale predicts a new rule will be in place very soon.
You mean Utley, not Headley, right?
Which is the real reason they used him. I'm sure they were hoping to get him back on track by pitching in a lower leverage situation but it still shows