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Detroit's Phil Coke on Striking Out Miguel Cabrera
After all, they have nothing else to watch tonight.
Here's the inning. From Sept 1, 2008. It was the game Justin Verlander got knocked out of in the 2nd inning.
|Bottom of the 7th, Tigers Batting, Behind 9-13, Yankees' Phil Coke facing 1-2-3|
|Phil Coke replaces Brian Bruney pitching|
|b7||9-13||0||---||5,(2-2)||O||DET||C. Granderson||P. Coke||2%||94%||Strikeout Swinging|
|b7||9-13||1||---||5,(2-2)||O||DET||P. Polanco||P. Coke||1%||95%||Foul Popfly: 1B (1B Foul)|
|b7||9-13||2||---||4,(1-2)||DET||M. Ordonez||P. Coke||-1%||94%||Single to RF (Line Drive to Short RF)|
|b7||9-13||2||1--||1,(0-0)||DET||M. Cabrera||P. Coke||-0%||94%||Wild Pitch; Ordonez to 2B|
|b7||9-13||2||-2-||6,(3-2)||O||DET||M. Cabrera||P. Coke||2%||96%||Strikeout Swinging|
|0 runs, 1 hit, 0 errors, 1 LOB. Yankees 13, Tigers 9.|
Had Cabrera remembered, he could have mentioned Coke had a wild pitch during that at-bat which got Magglio to 2nd.
...awesome! Thankfully Coke plays for us now.