I hate to be "that guy" but just remember how inconsistently this team has played all year, I'm not ready to call this the team's "turning point" and declare them ready to go. Every time this team has shown the slightest bit of promise, they've turned around and looked hapless the next few games before flaring up another brilliant effort just to string the fans along.
Yes, last night's win was emotional and wonderful, as they had to battle back mutliple times, but let's see how the next 11 play out.
Fernando Tatis couldn't catch up with a fastball at all last night, but came through in the end with a 2-run double. When it counts...
The bullpen has been absolutely stellar over the past few days. I'm excited to see Carlos Muniz (probably tonight) pitch. They've been lights out, and Aaron Heilman looked especially good, striking out the first four batters he faced.