I was really rooting for him to pitch a solid inning and show all of us that he was worth trading for as part of the Lee/Pods deal. But, he showed once again he's very susceptible to the long ball. I'd like to see him succeed - tonight was a good night for him to get on track and not sure he did.
Did you guys here that righties were only 1-25 vs. Cotts? It's the lefties batting over 350 or something vs. him?