And here it is, photographic evidence that Ron Washington remembers Neftali Feliz is in fact in his bullpen:
Feliz came in and pitched a perfect ninth, picking up his first postseason save in his first World Series appearance.
Granted, maybe he should've come in for the eighth in the highest-leverage situation, but Darren O'Day did get Buster Posey to end the eighth, so all's well that ends well.
Feliz struck out Pat Burrell (I know, shocker), got Cody Ross to fly out and then blew away Juan Uribe to end the game with a 99 mph fastball. He threw 13 pitches, 10 strikes.
Here were a few of my favorite (non-Chalupa) tweets of the night:
@MikeSilvermanBB : Righetti just told Mota he's embarrassing himself and the entire franchise walk Francoeur
@Ledger_NYMets : Neftali Feliz should change his name to Darren
@JPosnanski : They say the Masters begins on the back nine on Sunday. A Ron Washington managed game begins in the 8th inning.
@aandro : My assessment of why crowd seems quieter tonight. More corporate look. More rhinestudded jerseys means less real fans.
@Kevin_Goldstein : Ron Washington: "Who is this guy? Man I should use him more."
-- C. Trent Rosecrans
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