On June 20, the buzz was all about right-hander Tim Hudson's game-winning two-run homer and his eight-plus innings of two-hit, shutout ball. He was singlehandedly responsible for the Braves beating the Blue Jays 2-0 that night.
What wasn't talked about was the sight of backup catcher David Ross, who started that night, exhorting infielder Diory Hernandez in the dugout after Hernandez missed a sign in the bottom of the seventh, just before Hudson's homer.
Asked about that afterward in the euphoric clubhouse, Ross diplomatically said that he was not angry at anyone in particular, but was only reminding everyone that it was critical, in such a tight game, to execute the fundamentals.
The next day, Hernandez was optioned to Class AAA Gwinnett to make room on the roster...
— From my Yahoo Fantasy team comments. Anyone hear anything about this?