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June 9, 2009

Postgame Dave

Manager Dave Trembley enjoyed watching Brad Bergesen and Nolan Reimold team up to snap the Orioles' five-game losing streak.

"I think tonight was kind of appropriate that being draft day, that a couple of our guys who were drafted by the scouts that I met here today, did so well tonight,'' he said. "Bergesen and Reimold both. I think that's just tremendous."

Bergesen continues to impress everybody with his poise and pace of game. The infielders seem to enjoy playing behind him because he works fast and the manager enjoys watching him because he throws strikes.

"He just looks like he knows what he is doing,'' Trembley said. "He looks very comfortable on the mound, he works fast and he can locate. That's what he does. he was pretty good tonight."

Posted by Peter Schmuck at 10:28 PM | | Comments (3)
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"He just looks like he knows what he's doing" but that didn't stop Trembley from overmanaging. He couldn't sit on his hands for one more inning or until there was a baserunner. Give the kid a chance for a complete game.

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Pete's reply: Personally, I don't care if the kid gets a complete game. Don't care a whit about complete games. They had lost five in a row. They needed to win. If you think the kid had a better chance to end the game than Sherrill, that's fine, but last night was not a night for the manager to care about the kid's stats.

"He just looks like he knows what he's doing" but that didn't stop Trembley from overmanaging. He couldn't sit on his hands for one more inning or until there was a baserunner. Give the kid a chance for a complete game

any reason why trembley pulled bergy after 8. i didn't see the ninth. but i would have hoped bergy would had been given the opportunity to at least start the inning and have a chance to get a complete game shutout.

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