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  1. “There are, of course, two different Cliff Lees”

    With and without the pine tar?

    Comment by BillC — October 18, 2010 @ 1:26 pm

  2. The rosin acts as a guiding system- that’s how he goes without walking guys.

    Michael Kay is such a homer, it makes me want to puke.

    Comment by mbrady16 — October 18, 2010 @ 1:29 pm

  3. Yes because pine tar turns pitchers into strike throwing machines.

    Comment by Bill — October 18, 2010 @ 1:30 pm

  4. It’s a lot easier to be confident in throwing strikes when they are un-hittable.

    Comment by Tom B — October 18, 2010 @ 1:51 pm

  5. Nice article Joe. This is somewhat off-topic, but is there a reason for the lack of NLCS coverage on Fangraphs? By my count there have been 9 articles on the ALCS and 3 on the NLCS. Small sample size, perhaps?

    Comment by Scott — October 18, 2010 @ 2:47 pm

  6. It worked for Kenny Rogers. *wink*

    Comment by CircleChange11 — October 18, 2010 @ 2:58 pm

  7. Go Andy pitch your bootay off tonight!

    Comment by jace — October 18, 2010 @ 3:15 pm

  8. Josh Hamilton: .410 career versus lefties? Wow!

    Comment by Bill — October 18, 2010 @ 5:10 pm

  9. funny to think about how two good pitchers (both in prime years) were sent to minors to straighten things out only to return as arguably the two most dominant pitchers in the league (i want to reinforce the arguably part of my statement).

    Comment by Aaron — October 19, 2010 @ 6:33 am

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