Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Jones blows 6 run lead

Todd Jones just came into a 6-0 game and blew the lead in his inning. He gave up hits to the likes of Geoff Blum, Darin Erstad, and Jose Cruz Jr before a game tying shot by J.R. Towles. It's only Spring, but this just goes to show when Todd Jones is bad, he is really bad. For those who are into counting statistics, this doesn't count as a blown save because a six-run lead is not a save situation. If save percentage meant anything to anybody, hopefully this revelation makes you rethink.

1 comment:

Ian C. said...

Maybe Jonesy was working on his change-up.

I laugh to keep from crying.