It was pinetar

by Michelle

2006/10/24 at 9:00 am

I, most certainly, think it was pinetar and I, most certainly, think he should have been ejected. Pinetar doesn't just wash off either - not to mention, it could have been in his glove and on his fingertips. So, those are two good reasons he may have pitched so well in the following innings. I don't want to be so biased and say the guy isn't a good pitcher, he is definitely a great pitcher but that is all tainted now (because of him). Everyone (okay, maybe just St. Louisans) will remember this "pinetar" incident when they hear his name. But, as of now, it's water under the bridge, let's move on and watch a great Game 3.

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