Purgatory Online

Thursday, November 14, 2002

To finally solve a question that came up a few weeks ago, it looks like Adam Kennedy got his 0.2 innings as a center fielder this year in this game, a 10-inning loss at Minnesota. I remember this one: the Angels blew a five run lead and used pretty much everyone on the bench. When the Twins scored the winning run, the defensive alignment was Pote pitching, Molina (replacing Fabregas) catching, Erstad (replacing Spiezio, who replaced Fullmer) at first, Spiezio (replacing Kennedy) at second, Nieves at short, Glaus at third, Anderson in left, Kennedy (replacing Erstad) in center, and Ramirez (replacing Palmeiro) in right.