A Lesson From The Band Room
During the four years I attended the University of Minnesota-Morris, I played in the Concert Band each semester. During one of those years, the director said something I will never forget: he told the group that if each musician makes one glaring error in each song, the entire performance will probably be a wreck. He didn’t tell us this to put us under added pressure, but just to emphasize the pure fact of the matter.
The same concept applies in baseball. If each player makes one error each game, that team will never win a game.
Preview (52-66, 4th, 6.0 GB CWS): Brian Duensing (8-10, 4.56) vs. Josh Tomlin (11-5, 4.08)