"Jason Kendall scores. Missed catch error by pitcher Francisco Rodriguez.
With Eric Chavez batting, Bobby Crosby advances to 2nd on defensive indifference."
WTF? Here's the situation. Bottom of the ninth, tie score, runners on first and third, two outs, Chavez at the plate, Frankie Rodriguez on the mound. Rodriguez throws a curveball right on the outside corner of the plate that the ump calls a ball. Rodriguez, upset at the call, stares at the ump for a sec as the catcher throws the ball back, a soft, looping toss. As the ball nears him, Rodriguez turns his back to the plate, swiping backhanded at the ball with his glove as he does so. He's not actually looking at the ball any more, just doing it on instinct, and he misjudges the ball's trajectory. It tips off the bottom of his glove, and scoots off into no-man's land behind the mound. Kendall, the runner standing at third, is doing exactly the opposite of what Luis Terrero did the other night in Florida, watching the pitcher intently. As soon as he sees the ball get past Rodriguez, he lights out for home. Rodriguez retrieves the wayward ball and rushes a throw home, but it's off line and too late, and Kendall slides in with the winning run as Rodriguez watches helplessly from his seat on the infield grass (where he wound up after throwing home). What a way to lose a game.