With 37 days left till Spring Training, let's look at All-Star Shane Reynolds who rocked the #37 for the Astros for over a decade. During his career with the Astros he pitched 20 complete games and 7 shutouts, helping drive them to 4 division titles!
I would have literally ranked these green, red, yellow blue. I’m no expert, but i feel somewhat validated. Blue is a mess because of the AA in the back, and the head clearing earlly.
THREAD w/ breakdown below: The voting has ended! - nearly 5,000 votes - The most voted for was Blue at 46% and he actually threw the slowest: 90.9 mph ? - Green was the winner at 95 mph! - pitching mechanics are hard Some thoughts and a breakdown of Green's mechanics below ⬇️ https://t.co/y74MEGMQgq
FWIW, for those saying "it's just a regular season game"... Other than Game 4 ALCS, which was a classic, I was way more bothered by the Laureano slide game in Oakland, the Altuve slide game in Boston, and a few others over 162 than I was the other #Astros playoff losses.
Yup. But you always foul up three. Golden rule that costs teams time in and time out.
Spencer Dinwiddie went bananas in the final minute, hitting three after three after three. Those missed free throws were indeed costly. We're going to overtime.
1/16/2001: Former #Astros LHP Jim Deshaies receives one vote in Hall of Fame balloting. It comes from Houston sportswriter John Lopez. Deshaies receives notoriety for a humorous website openly promoting his candidacy for Cooperstown. https://t.co/RiFjjOug3S