1. Zack Greinke, AJ Hinch, 7th World Series in 2019
It turns out that Kevin Cash’s early boost to Snell is not even the worst shortcut in the past two World Series.
Hinch was disappointed with the analysis, but he also believed in his own eyes. If any manager wanted Greinke, who remained dominant until the seventh inning, to stay in the game after keeping the Washington Nationals off balance all night, it was Hinch. Captain Astros ignored the analysis during the 2017 World Series when he left the unmatched substitute Brad Peacock and entered the final 3.2 innings of Game 3. The Peacock drove 4 shots and won without any blows. His first major league title. Since 1964, this is the world’s longest non-impact world competition rescue activity.
The sporty Greinke who won the Golden Glove award threw leather on the Nats and threw various puzzling courts. After six games, the dedicated former Cy Young Award winner faced only one combo at the lowest point. In the seventh game, Greink made the only mistake that he gave up a home run to Anthony Rendon that night, and Anthony Rendon reduced the score to 2-1. This was Naz’s first blow since the second game. After sending out a walk to the dangerous Juan Soto. Hinch pulled Greck, he was amazing.
Space ace Gerrit Cole and Will Harris warm up together. “When we saw Cole warm up,” Natz said to coach Kevin Long, “we were almost like’please bring him in. Because that was a great performance by Zack Greinke.”
Hinch made two serious mistakes during a visit to the mound. He asked Harris and chose to let Cole rest until the most dominant pitcher in baseball could sign a $324 million contract with the Yankees. Howie Kendrick wasted little time and fired two rounds of home runs to put Nats in the lead, which cemented this move and became the dumbest move in the history of the World Series. one.
Unfortunately, the astronauts were unable to steal the sign that prevented the quick bait, which ultimately led the team to win the championship.