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Topic - Michael Wacha
Bruce Bochy had plenty of time to ponder this loss. Before two rain delays and after them, too, the San Francisco Giants offense came up empty.
Michael Wacha wasted no energy pondering the weather. The St. Louis Cardinals pitcher concentrated on shutting down the opposition, waiting for the big swing that decided the outcome.
By now, Michael Wacha is accustomed to dealing with the weather. He knows how to keep the St. Louis Cardinals close, too.
Michael Wacha was a ball magnet, snaring a line drive instinctively just trying to protect his face and then making an early exit after a foul liner struck him just above the right elbow while he sat in the dugout.
Even after surrendering the lead in the eighth inning, the Arizona Diamondbacks had two more chances to take control. Then, they finally cracked.
St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Michael Wacha was taken out after getting struck on the right elbow by a foul liner while sitting in the dugout in the sixth inning against Arizona.
When it comes to being a hitter, St. Louis rookie Michael Wacha would rather talk about his pitching.
Jason Hammel struck out the side to start the game. That fast start quickly unraveled for the Cubs right-hander.
It took only one batter for Michael Wacha to realize his second time pitching at PNC Park wasn't going to be nearly as good as the first.
Neil Walker wasn't expecting to have a big offensive game Friday night, especially with Michael Wacha pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals.
The St. Louis Cardinals are in such a hitting funk these days, one big swing against Michael Wacha was enough to beat him.
Jake Arrieta tried to tamper his pregame butterflies.
Mike Matheny would like to forget this one as soon as possible.
Michael Wacha was too wild in the wind and Matt Carpenter got tagged out at the plate.
With a 360-foot relay in the ninth inning, the New York Mets prevented a hard-fought victory from vanishing in the wind.
"I was able to go back there and look at the film there in the fourth inning," Wacha said. "Mechanically there my arm was dragging, forcing me to yank the ball. I wasn't really in sync there."
"I'm used to it," he said. "You just have to accept it and you've got to stay focused. I tried to stay loose and just keep my mind in what I needed to do."