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Cubs-Braves: Strategy or the Wheels Coming Off for Lou Piniella?

Published by on June 2, 2009
Article Source: Bleacher Report - MLB

I'm going to name the elephant in the room right out of the gate: I might be reading way too much into this one, but I have some fears.

Let me elaborate.

In the bottom of the ninth inning Tuesday in Atlanta, Kevin Gregg uncorked a wild pitch that would have been a strike out. As he raced to get the ball at the backstop, Cubs catcher Geovany Soto slipped and planted his face into the wall, apparently hitting his lip pretty well.

But he stayed in the game.

Gregg would then groove a waist-high fastball to free swinging Jeff Francouer, and the great pitching of tough-luck rookie Randy Wells was again wasted.

Fast forward to the top of the eleventh inning.

Mike Fontenot...

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