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I'm taking a little break for the next couple days, and you should too. But what I will say is that this was one of the stranger games the Mariners have played all season. Forget the Tuglett home run and everything else - the Indians struck out against Jarrod Washburn eight times. Eight. That's something he'd done only once over his past 62 starts. In his previous three starts he struck out four batters combined. While perhaps not literally so, for Jarrod Washburn to strike out eight batters in a single game is unheard of. For shame, Cleveland. The only difference between this embarrassment and that time you got no-hit by Carlos Silva is that this one actually happened.


Biggest Contribution: Jarrod Washburn, +39.2%
Biggest Suckfest: JJ Putz, -40.6%
Most Important AB: Beltre single, +18.2%
Most Important Pitch: Choo homer, -46.0%
Total Contribution by Pitcher(s): +22.2%
Total Contribution by Lineup: +27.8%
Total Contribution by Opposition: 0.0%
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Cleveland: 3 swinging strikes on 63 Washburn fastballs, 9 swinging strikes on 45 offspeed pitches. I'm beginning to regret praising Felix.