Thursday, May 11, 2006


Tracy, who pledged from the day he was hired that effort would never be an issue with his team, did not deny that Burnitz went less than all-out. But he also defended him.

"Well, you know, he went down the line," Tracy responded to a reporter's question. "Obviously, he hit a ground ball to the second baseman. I don't know ... do you think he's going to be safe? I mean, he was going down the line, Orlando Hudson fielded the ball cleanly and recorded the out. You know, it's not something to sit here and nit-pick things like that. I just explained very clearly why we got beat tonight. That's not why we got beat."
It pains me to write this, but I am beginning to miss Lloyd McClendon.


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