The good, the bad and the Myers

So. . . .

What'd you think?

Brett Myers returned last night, but the command on his fastball didn't. Twenty of his first 28 pitches went for balls. He walked four straight batters at one point, forcing a run home.

That was the bad.

The good? He didn't give up a home run. He kept a lot of balls on the ground. Charlie Manuel said he was a lot more aggressive. He gave up three runs in five innings, which is a lot better than the five in two he gave up in his last outing.

I'm not sure what to think.

Here's Paul Hagen's take.

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