Jamie Posted July 16, 2008 Group: Member Topic Count: 0 Content Count: 3,307 Reputation: 12 Days Won: 1 Joined: 01/26/2002 Share Posted July 16, 2008 Dan Uggla might have turned in the single worst performance in All-Star history. Let's sum up his fantastic evening:8th Inning- Struck out swinging with a runner on first and no one out. Failed to move the runner, forcing Miguel Tejada to steal second on his own.10th Inning- With a runner on third and one out, Uggla grounded into a double play to end the inning.- Botched a grounder to second to start the inning.- On the next ball in play, another grounder to second, Uggla staggered toward the ball like an infant learning how to walk, Bucknered it, and then fell down.12th Inning- With the bases loaded and one out, struck out swinging.13th Inning- Juggled another grounder but recovered in time to throw Navarro out. If Navarro wasn't so slow, it would have been E-4.- Bounced a grounder off his chest for yet another error. (Debatable. The ball took a weird hop on him but it's not like it hit him in the face or bounced away completely.)15th Inning- Struck out weakly against Scott Kazmir, who threw 104 pitches two days ago.What an embarassment to Uggla and the 25 die-hard Marlins fans! At least the Rays players contributed something positive to the game. Plus their team won, in no small part thanks to Uggla's total ineptitude.:ROFLMAO Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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