How about him? He's something special... The way he does so well is he locates. When he's trying to go in, he goes in. When he's trying to go away, he goes away. Honestly, I can't even count on one hand the number of times he missed his spot throughout the game
-- Chris Young on Collmenter
Don't look now, but the Diamondbacks have won five of six for the first time this season. Not bad, given they've averaged only 3.7 runs per game over that time: obviously, it has been the pitching which has done it. The Dodgers' loss means we can say "Hello!" to third-place in the division again, and we now face the team with the worst record in the American League for three. We'll probably get swept. You know how we've played.
Here's Kirk Gibson discussing Josh's pitch-count, Josh Collmenter himself, Chris Young and Sean Burroughs, who had his first major-league at-bat in five years. I hope he does well, or it'll probably be taken as more evidence of the utter meaningless of Reno stats, and no-one else will get called up.