“Realistically, I don't know if they could be pitching much better than they have.”
By the end of Game 4 of the ALCS, Joe Buck had a different way to summarize things.
“The dominance continues.”
Realistic or not, the White Sox starting rotation was just plain unhittable in the penultimate series of the 2005 season.
First it was Jose Contreras, setting the tone in a losing effort in Game 1 and coming two outs away from a complete game. Mark Buehrle followed with what he called — to that point, before the no-hitter and the perfect game — one of the best games of his career.