Friday Night Snotrockets And A Walk-Off Win Too

Madison Bumgarner pitched very well tonight against the San Diego Padres but didn’t get a lot of run support so he ended up with a no-decision. He did, however, get a lot of snotrockets out there in the atmosphere so it was a win, snotrocket-wise. Oh yeah, it was win overall because the San Francisco Giants beat the Padres , 3-2, in walk-off fashion despite what Damon Bruce says:


Not so fast there, Mr. Bruce. From The Online Dictionary:

walk’-off   a. 1. (Baseball) Game-ending and game-winning; such as to end the game immediately, and allow the players to walk off the field; – of hits [my italics], especially home runs, which occur in the last half of the ninth or a later inning, which put the home team ahead of the visiting team and thereby end the game immediatey [sic].

So…yeah. No disrespect meant Mr. Bruce but I’m calling it a walk-off. WALK-OFF WIN FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS TONIGHT.

But on to more important matters. Here are Madison Bumgarner’s snotrocket totals for Friday, April 19, 2013, at home vs. the San Diego Padres:

  • ND, 13 SNR (snotrockets): 2  vs. lefties, 6  vs. righties, 5 other. 1 double SNR.
  • Madison Bumgarner’s most prolific innings were the 4th and 6th in which he had 4 snotrockets per inning.
  • Other Madison Bumgarner fun snotrocket facts: he had at least 1 SNR in every inning he pitched tonight.

Bumgarner’s next outing should be Wednesday, April 24, at home vs. the Arizona Diamondbacks (12:45 PM start). See you here or on Twitter for all the exciting snotrocket action.

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