pitching change

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replacing a pitcher in baseball

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Still, the over-under on how many times the TV will show Little's walk to the mound in the 2003 Red Sox-Yankees ALCS series is 34, or every time this month that the Dodgers manager looks like he's thinking about a pitching change.
Above (from left) shortstop Gould, sophomore second baseman Alex Thomas and eighth-grade first baseman Alec Tata wait out a pitching change.
After a Volcanoes pitching change, Burke grounded out to first to score Baltz, the Kallunki singled home Martinez before O'Dowd and Carmon hit back-to-back RBI triples to give Eugene four RBIs in four at-bats and a 6-1 lead.
We think it's more along the lines of a pitching change, with a savvy manager and a shrewd front office looking beyond one particular game or series toward the larger goal of making the playoffs down the road.
As he ended the inning, Reyes again felt slight pain at the top of his calf muscle and, after being tested in the runway behind the dugout as the Beavers batted, Stricklin recommended a pitching change.
After a pitching change, Auburn showed no signs of letting up.
Dena Tyson led off the bottom of the fifth inning with a single up the middle and Kathy Fiske drew a walk to trigger an Oregon State pitching change.
Brian Daury kept Pittsfield South in it through four innings, but Schwartz took advantage of a pitching change in the fifth, recording three of its five hits in the inning.
Camarillo then made a pitching change, inserting sophomore Lindsey Dean in for Kelly McGregor.
Four more New Jersey runs came in after the pitching change as Miller singled home Desiree Rivera, followed by another walk to bring home another run.
A timely pitching change or lineup shift often can make a difference, but for the most part, it's up to the players to win or lose.
Crisp and Maddon got into it during a pitching change in the eighth inning about Crisp's hard slide into second baseman Akinori Iwamura in the top of the eighth.
Yankees manager Joe Torre was ejected by third-base umpire Jerry Crawford during a Red Sox pitching change in the fifth inning.
2) Barry Bonds smiles from second base during a pitching change in the second inning after hitting a double that scored two runs.