Discussion in 'The Bar' started by crazypreacher, Jul 8, 2013.
Hasn't he been officially forgiven?
As a Sox fan, I love him.
stupid green turtleneck, listening to Pat & Ron not paying attention, motherf'er.....oh and Alou is also a big baby....
I wonder what ever happened to him... I remember the Marlins offering him a free condo in Miami
That wazz a good 30 For 30 documentary...
That ball wasnt catchable
Best one I've seen
bartman was a genius. he's a nobody whose name will go down in baseball history forever and people will always know the name steve bartman.
I like those things a lot.
greatest troll ever
I went as him for Halloween that year
St Louis loves him
He is the GM for the Royals.
Cubs had plenty of chances to end the game
Following the incident, the Marlins scored eight runs:
Continuing his at bat, Castillo drew a walk. Ball four was a wild pitch from Prior, which allowed Pierre to advance to third base.
IvÃ¡n RodrÃguez, on an 0–2 pitch, singled to drive in the first run of the inning, making the score 3–1.
Miguel Cabrera hit a ground ball to Alex Gonzalez, who misfielded the ball. Had Gonzalez fielded the ball, the Cubs could have either ended the half-inning with a double play, still ahead by two runs, or at minimum, added the second out. Instead, all runners were safe and the bases were loaded.
Derrek Lee doubled, tying the score and chasing Prior from the game.
Relief pitcher Kyle Farnsworth issued an intentional walk to Mike Lowell, then gave up a sacrifice fly to Jeff Conine, giving Florida a 4–3 lead. Cubs right fielder Sammy Sosa missed the cut-off man, allowing Lowell to move up to second base. This forced the Cubs to issue another intentional walk to Todd Hollandsworth which again loaded the bases.
A bases-clearing double from Mike Mordecai broke the game open, making the score 7–3.
Mike Remlinger replaced Farnsworth and Juan Pierre singled to put Florida ahead 8–3.
Finally Luis Castillo, whose foul popup initiated the controversy, popped out to second to end the inning. In total, the Marlins had sent twelve batters to the plate and scored eight runs. Florida won the game 8–3.
Pudge pissed me off so bad that series.