Saturday, June 23, 2007
(posted by OMDQ)
Joe Girardi said something a few minutes ago that served only to confuse me. After Alex Rodriguez stole second, Girardi was talking about the Yankees lineup and the way it differs from the team's traditional model. As part of his argument, he threw this out there:
"They're not a station-to-station team. They'll steal bases."
Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't "station-to-station" baseball essentially any action that moves runners along one base at a time? And isn't that what a stolen base does? Am I wrong here? Did I just hear Girardi wrong? Will somebody please help me? Please?