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I must be getting old cause the bass sounds ridiculous...
Some ahole said that Monday's 13 inning loss to the Dodgers could be a hurtful one, as it taxed the bullpen. Enter our hero Jason Marquis, who made quick work of Torre's La-Las with a masterful two hit complete game.
Masterful might be a big adjective to throw around, but Marquis' game was nothing sort of it. He rarely went to full counts, didn't walk a batter, and threw a stingy 86 pitches. LA fans were baffled by the 2 hour plus affair.
In the game's pivotal moment Marquis delivered a two out, two run single to effectively put the game out of reach. This was after Carlos Gonzalez failed miserably to deliver previous to Marquis. If one didn't know what their field roles were, you'd say Marquis was the agile center fielder.
10 wins with a start or two more before All-Star rosters are announced, Marquis should go scoop up a Fodors Travel Guide for St Louis. If Charlie Manuel doesn't select him they need to check if Manuel has been tipping the hooch.
But here in SG Land we love the 10 wins, the quick work, the deft plate work by Marquis. But really? The best part? The stache. Marquis went right past the 70s and is rocking the 1920s stache. That there is All-Star worthy alone.
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