Friday, June 24, 2011

Call him "Complete Game James"

Just 106 pitches. Nine Ks, 3 hits. When I tuned in at 4-0 in the 6th, I wondered if he were throwing a no-hitter. The announcers said nothing, no box score on-screen, looked like maybe. Cool pitches he was throwing, you could tell he was in the zone. Six complete games so far this season... just like the old days. It's impressive. Very. And no one was more stunned than he was in the post-game interview with Todd Kalas.