Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Lost in all the chaos of last night's suspended game, and the unknown of when game 5 will resume was the fact that Kellogg's Frosted Flakes behind the plate was absolutely brutal. His strike zone seemed to changed like the wind, and quite frankly seemed to favor Philly all night long (except the Utley call for a strike on 3-1 with the bases loaded). The biggest winner in the whole thing was Pat Burrell who should have been called out on strikes twice - once in the 1st and once in the 5th. During the 1st inning Shane Victorino would follow with a single to give the Phils their only 2 runs of the game. Those 2 runs would have never crossed the plate if not for a shifting strike zone by Frosted Flakes. Philly fans should be thankful this game is tied at 2, and that they are not losing this game heading to the bottom of the 6th.