Posted: Oct 18, 2005 7:02 pm
Firstly, you don't walk Pujols and put the tying run in scoring position. Plus, Lidge had faired well against him ( 3 for 14). If I was a manager, the last player I'd wanna face up there would be Pujols, but no manager would walk him to put the team in that position where a single ties the game, not even to Barry Bonds in his hayday.
Secondly, both teams were playing on the same field. Talking shit about Berkman's HR is ignorance. It went over the fence didn't it? If MLB had a problem with it, they wouldn't have let them make the Douche Box with those dimensions. Get over it!
Thirdly, that was a MONSTER of a homerun. Good god was that ball just destroyed.