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  • If that plays made, its a different game, Bacsik said of the Lopez miscue.

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  • "They've got video on me now, so they have an idea how I throw," he said. "Obviously, today's a good example of it because they really didn't pull off of any balls. I can't remember too many hits being pull base hits. They were pretty much up the middle or mostly opposite field."

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