Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Good Defense Never Gets Old, Sign Omar Already!!!!!!!

On September 10th it was PU because Brad Hennessey let one go... as someone named Salazar, hit his first homer of the season and just like that a W becomes a loss.

With the improvement of Brian "Wouldn't it be Nice" Wilson and the remarkable recovery from Tommy John surgery of Tyler Walker, maybe this dredges up Bad Hennessey's name as a throw-in during trade talks because he has to be considered expendable.

(Note: Last season, Salazar hit his first and only homer of the year again versus the lowly Gigantes. So both of Salazar's home runs in the majors came at the expense of your San Francisco Giants.)

On September 11th, Omar Visquel ended the game with a diving stop of a bounder up the middle. He rolled around and flipped the ball to Ray Durham who got the force before throwing to first base for the game ending double-play. Win goes to Tyler Walker, his second in the teams' last three games.

In going over the replay of Visquel's play, former infieder turned broadcaster, Duane Kuiper exuberantly if not emphatically stated, "Good defense never gets old."

An apropos statement considering he was talking about the ageless one, Omar Visquel.

To not sign Omar Visquel would be criminal.

Kevin Marquez