Jose Guillen is terrible. The one thing he had to avoid in the ninth with runners on the corners and one out and the Giants losing 4-2 -- a double play. Yet he failed to avoid it. The worst part was -- Heath Bell was somewhat falling apart. He had allowed three hits in the ninth, and was getting a little wild. Even a strikeout would have allowed Andres Torres to come to the plate. Although Andres Torres doesn't have good numbers against Heath Bell, he knows how to work a count, and he knows how to hit a walkoff (three so far this year). Guillen couldn't even work the count, grounding into the game-ending double play on the second pitch of the at-bat. The worst part? It was a high fastball. How Guillen failed to keep a high fastball elevated is beyond me...Here's Jose Guillen's at-bat...

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