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    Pat Neshek just came in the game for the A's in the 10th inning, and he got the last out of the inning with just two pitches. Go Pat!

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    And he struck out the side in the 11th. Impressive A's debut for Neshek.

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    His stats in BLT's AAA team were silly good too : 49k/7bb, 44ip

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    I always enjoyed watching him pitch. Judging from his AAA numbers this year (2.66 ERA, 1.114 WHIP and 7.0 SO/BB), it looks like he's figuring it out again and if finally healthy. Good for him. I wouldn't mind trying to get him back next year f he keeps that up in the majors.
    You can come up with statistics to prove anything. Forty percent of all people know that.

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    I was surprised when he signed with the Orioles, who had a similar pitcher in their bullpen already. Glad to see him back in the majors. Hope he can continue throwing for more and more years.

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    Neshek always seemed like a good guy, his internet presence was awesome. Hope he comtinues to pitch well (except against the Twins).

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    Oh nice I didn't know he was called up. Big of fan of Pat, sad he isn't with the Twins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    I always enjoyed watching him pitch. Judging from his AAA numbers this year (2.66 ERA, 1.114 WHIP and 7.0 SO/BB), it looks like he's figuring it out again and if finally healthy. Good for him. I wouldn't mind trying to get him back next year f he keeps that up in the majors.
    same here...

    that said, I have a hunch that says that ship sailed long ago.

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