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Mark Lowe... not closing anymore?

Postby TheBambino » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:04 pm

Whats the deal... R. Rowland-Smith came in to close the game... did I take Lowe over Scott Sheilds as my backup closers for a reason???? Is he going to get an opp or should I drop him and run for Spiers.... since Sheilds is gone
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Re: Mark Lowe... not closing anymore?

Postby StarsNPinstripes » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:07 pm

It's CBC in Seattle.Lowe was warming up if one of the lefty hitters reached base but Tampa Bay went down 1-2-3.If you're looking for saves I'd drop Lowe and try to grab Scot Shields if he is available.
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Re: Mark Lowe... not closing anymore?

Postby Rollotommasi » Tue Apr 08, 2008 11:10 pm

what do you mean "not closing anymore" ???

he had a chance 2 days ago and he blew the save


btw, Seattle is closing-by-committee
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Re: Mark Lowe... not closing anymore?

Postby tmlfan4ever » Fri Apr 11, 2008 11:35 am

I still think Lowe will get the next shot. R-S was in because of all the lefties in the lineup. Lowe was warming up in the pen. If one of those guys had reached base or if one of the lefties had been PH for, I would think Lowe would have been brought in.
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