I don’t know if this team is finally hitting it’s stride or if we’ve taken advantage of two poor AL Central teams, and I don’t care. These last three games have been fun to watch. I’ve got some thoughts for ya.

    Neverwas full

    Vampire in Brooklyn movies

    Surfer, Dude divx

    Surfer, Dude ipod
  • Derrek Lee…I’m sorry for all the bad, mean things I’ve said about you, and for the even meaner things I’ve thought. Please forgive me, until you slump again and I hate you.
  • Man was I worried that Lou was going to out manage himself in this one. He used way to many freaking pitchers as usual and left himself with a tough position in using Patton as the last guy after he threw two innings the day before.
  • When you think about Kevin Gregg, even if it’s just for this series, be thankful we have him and not Kerry Wood this weekend. I love Woody, and it hurts a little to see him in the Indians’ uniform, but he’s been beat down this series so far.
  • Who the heck is this Valbuena kid and where is this power coming from?
  • 0-for-5 for Soriano. Do you think if his average falls below .200, Lou will move him out of the leadoff spot, or do you think perhaps Lou is just sleeping during the game and doesn’t realize it?
  • AA came through with a clutch hit and run single to really set up that winning wild pitch. Way to go Miles. Go back to the bench.
  • Fukudome…who’s your daddy big boy? Heck of a game, buddy. Well done sir.
  • Ted Lilly = Quality Start machine
  • We’re three fifths of the way through the rotation and we have two wins. That’s how we do it. We need to win one of the final two to play .600 ball through the rotation. That’s the goal each time.

Minor League Note

OF Cliff Andersen to Short-Season A Boise from Peoria

IF Jose Made added to Chiefs from Boise for Saturday’s game.

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Joe Aiello is the founder of View From the Bleachers and one of the lead writers as well as host of VFTB Radio. Growing up in Chicago, he fondly remembers attending games in the bleachers before that was the popular thing to do. Currently Joe resides in North Carolina with his wife and three kids. Connect with Joe via Twitter / Facebook / E-mail