Where to begin?Well, Jonathan Sanchez -- in the final start of what's been the best month of his career -- was great. With the exception of a solo home run allowed to Kelly Johnson and rough second inning (when he loaded the bases), he was nearly perfect: 6 IP, 2 ER, 3 H, 4 BB. The four walks are not ideal, but Buster Posey seemed to be able to calm Sanchez down and get him to throw strikes, so it's something that's manageable; but of course, the number of hits he allowed -- three -- was great as usual. He should be in the playoff rotation...there's no question about it. He has some of the best stuff in the National League, and opposing teams surely don't want to face him. He shined, for example, in his start against the Phillies this year -- when he went eight innings, allowed just one...

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