I think the difference is that most fans wanted Knoblauch to succeed, and felt bad about the constant yips in his defensive game. It was frustrating because
I've been amazed at the durability of pitchers back then, like Warren Spahn.
At ages 38 and 39, he pitched 290 and 292 innings, respectively.
I'm thinking the objective will be to get through 5, and have a couple of the 10000 relievers able to go 2 or 3 innings - based on effectiveness and situation
So he smiles too much?
Well, folks memories can be short. If he happens to come out blazing and carries the offense for a month he'll be getting more and more cheers as time
I see where you're going, but also not a fan of this approach. With guys like Tanaka and Pineda when they're on you don't want to take them out of the