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  • BenHertz
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    Wakefield's career:

    Indoors: 3.77 ERA, 20-10 record *
    Outdoors: 4.40 ERA, 151-138 record

    http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/players/...&type=Pitching

    * -At Tropicana Field (Tampa Bay): 2.52 ERA, 9-1 record, 3 saves
    but at the Metrodome (Minnesota): 4.54 ERA, 7-4 record

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  • wogdoggy
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    seemed the hitters last night looked knuckle and adjusted to fast ball..personally i think wakefields days are numbered at this point

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  • TG Coach
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    While not the same as outdoors the Metrodome is not void of wind currents. If you don't think so, walk through a door that says "do not open."

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  • HammeRDrop
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    Seems as if its hurting it :P

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  • blacksilverfan12
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    Ahhh...thanks

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  • Cubbyfanjohn
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    Originally posted by CoachHenry View Post
    It will help in "controlling" the knuckleball but hurt by decreasing some erratic movement.
    Yes. I agree with you.

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  • CoachHenry
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    It will help in "controlling" the knuckleball but hurt by decreasing some erratic movement.

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  • blacksilverfan12
    started a topic Knuckleball in a dome

    Knuckleball in a dome

    Watching the Red Sox/Twins tonight, I was wondering, since the wind can affect a knuckleball's movement, would pitching in a dome help it or hurt it?

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