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11.19: Tim Lincecum Press Conference

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  1. Bob Melvin1:41, 1:46
  2. Doug Fister0:25
  3. Cologne0:14
  4. Cy Young0:20
  5. American League0:38
  6. Tigers0:06, 0:19
  7. Detroit0:06, 1:07
  8. pitching rotation0:03
  9. ball clubs0:13
Wed, 2 Oct 2013|
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Talk more about this pitching rotation and the matchup we're gonna see. With the Detroit Tigers. You got studs on both teams lined up on me so this is not. There are no easy outside anywhere I would these two ball clubs Cologne insurers -- that's the headliner on Friday obviously got a 121 game winner coming from. For the Tigers a former Cy Young award winner and Verlander against grade game -- Parker on ball Sanchez and then Doug Fister. And -- very early in. Game force a bit here. Initial thoughts on. These match -- well when I see Bartolo leading off the series I think that's that's major because Bartolo has the most experience is his fourth start in American League division series and he's the type of guy that can get to that first win of -- series which I think is very important that's something the a's didn't have blaster in that series was the lead so looking to go out there get that first one. I think that's big for the a's because it gives them a shot in the arm but also he's been hot. Since he got back from the DL -- -- couple slow starts but can also be picked it up so he's the hottest pitcher right now. Man I mean if you look at starting pitching I feel like. There's so equally matched to her I just think that Detroit has two guys atop their rotation is that a true aces but you look at the a's rotation like concern. Hat is that they can't. Out to true racist but that may work in their favor because now there is some flexibility -- everybody thought that your -- would be number two guy because he's been considered their ace because of his stuff for the most part. But you know what Sonny gray and outside in the big game pitcher that he is going to become one day and to have. Have the luxury of having -- Parker and a pivotal game three because I think every game is going to be so crucial in so tight. I mean. I think Bob Melvin is definitely using his hand as best as he can and then hand it to. Coach tell that Bob Melvin did a great job up -- great too because he's three and one at home what do 199. So he's going to -- in front of his home crowd which I think. Is gonna help him relax -- I love that haven't seen it from month that there's a way to have -- pitching at home instead of a rookie on the -- his first playoff game I think that's great move.

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