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    Baseball playoffs

    Has base running in the playoffs sucked this bad every year? I can't remember so many stupid base running errors in one post season.



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    Re: Baseball playoffs

    In the 10 years I played baseball I never had a base running error... all 7 times.

    My point is baserunning could be really easy you just need to be aware of where the ball is at, where other baserunners are, etc.



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    Re: Baseball playoffs

    Completely agree...I can't remember a postseason with such bad baserunning, and so many blown calls by umps. Not to mention we've seen Fuentes, Nathan, Papelbon, and Street all blow saves and Matt Holliday straight up drop a fly ball to win a game.



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