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Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez pitched six scoreless innings and added a solo home run in the Nats 3-0 win over the Miami Marlins Wednesday.
A very impressive performance, no doubt, but it was Gonzalez’s post-game analysis of his own pitching that really capped off a great night. MASN broadcaster Bob Carpenter asked Gonzalez if pitching in the low temperatures was difficult, and this was Gonzalez’s answer:
“It was definitely difficult, especially with this cold weather,” he said. “It was tough to get a grip. I felt like I was making love to my hand. Just one of those things where I was constantly trying to find some grip, somehow, some way. The rosin bag, whatever, licking the fingers. But it felt good after that.”
Gold. I really hope Gonzalez drops more of these post-game gems this season.
Here’s a look at Gio’s solo shot in the bottom of the fifth.
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Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez had a funny quote after a start where there was a lot of cold weather he was dealing with.
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Wait, what did he just say?
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Gio Gonzalez of the Washington Nationals threw six innings of scoreless baseball on Wednesday, but it was his comments after the game which really got people talking. Personally, I love it and think he really needs to speak more often. make of the quote below, what you will.
“It was definitely difficult, especially with this cold weather,” he said. “It was tough to get a...
Sometimes, you are trying to find the perfect words to explain what is going on and fail miserably. It has happening to the best of us.
Including our friend Gio Gonzalez, who pitched six scoreless and hit a home run and was asked how did it feel to pitch in such cold conditions.
Here is what he had to say via SI Hot Clicks.
“It was definitely difficult, especially with this cold...
After Washington Nationals pitcher Gio Gonzalez took the mound Wednesday in the nation’s capital against the Miami Marlins, MASN broadcaster Bob Carpenter asked what it’s like pitching in cold weather.
His response was nothing short of awesome:
“It was definitely difficult, especially with this cold weather. It was tough to get a grip. I felt like I was making...
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Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez insisted all along he wasn't distracted one bit by having his name connected to a clinic that reportedly gave major leaguers banned substances.
''I've got no worries about that,'' he said the other day.
Well, Gonzalez sure played like someone without a care in the world Wednesday night, hitting his second career homer - grinning...
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Nationals lefty Gio Gonzalez insisted all along he wasn't distracted one bit by having his name connected to a clinic that reportedly gave major leaguers banned substances.
"I've got no worries about that," he said the other day.
Well, Gonzalez sure played like someone without a care in the world Wednesday night, hitting his second career homer...