After the Cubs' flameout
at the end of last season, Epstein said it was time to talk about "production" over "potential."
And while it was nice to redeem themselves after having lost to the Woolies by four last month - the 17-3 Sammies' other defeats are to Division 1 toughies North and South - this was more about putting on a good showing after a first-round flameout
2 engine prevented a flameout
and further damage to the engine from high EGT.
Groeling to expect an impending dual-engine flameout
; they still had 300 pounds of fuel indicated.
Given the extraordinary costs ($150 million and up) of summer blockbusters, they know that a major flameout
will impinge on the bottom line of their parent companies.
Kyle Snyder has been terrible so far, and after yesterday's flameout
has a 21.60 ERA; Snyder and Julian Tavarez are essentially the same pitcher, anyway, except that one rolls the ball to first base on grounders back to the mound.
At 91-percent rpm, our 5th- and 10th-stage compressor bleed-air valves open, which we thought would cause our engine to flameout
. When we reached 91 percent, we were surprised to see 800 IHP; this reading was low but still positive horsepower.
Warners domestic marketing prexy Dawn Taubin insists the flameout
had nothing to do with its fest reception.
An F-16 pilot ejected from a flameout
approach after the throttle stuck.
Whether millennials know what "groovy" means is a story for another day, but much of the focus this off-season was on Maddon being more of a hands-on coach during spring training this year after last year's end-of-season flameout
. He also talked of reading the book "Managing Millennials for Dummies."
The jokes about his career flameout
with "Gigli" end here.
That's when we had our double flameout
at 1,100 feet.