Bogey9906 wrote:Chrisy Moltisanti wrote:
That's impossible. For every action there is an equal reaction. Whether it's a lack of and a substitute, or Myers presence during a different part of the game, something has changed and is affecting the Phillies results. Considering Myers ERA before the switch, it's entirely possible they prevented runs from being scored on them by using him differently. There are also different metal effects on individual players, specifically starting pitchers, which could be at play as well.
Maybe a butterfly flapped its wings somewhere and that's why the Phillies are winning now!
Ah yes, 5th dimensional power theory applied to baseball. Hey if anyone here knows exactly what causes teams win each and every game they should get a job in the bigs. 162-0 seasons await you