Decisions go wrong on Diamondbacks
Kirk Gibson's style hasn't changed, and in Game 1 against the Brewers, it failed
MILWAUKEE -- When he walked to the mound with two outs in the seventh inning, his team trailing the Milwaukee Brewers by two runs Saturday, Arizona manager Kirk Gibson had a decision to make.
His starting pitcher, Ian Kennedy, had thrown 109 pitches and seemed to be tiring. Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun stood on second after lacing a double to right. And Milwaukee's RBI stud, Prince Fielder, stood at home plate. All the conventional baseball wisdom in the world pointed to putting ...
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