It's Chekov's Law, I think - not the Star Trek guy but the smart one. "A loaded gun on stage in the first act of a play should be fired in a later act; otherwise, the gun should not be shown in the first place." You've got these players in the dugout and the bullpen; if you lose without putting them all into the game then you should have made them pay for a ticket to watch the game.
lol... That's an interesting explanation but I'm not buying it.
I think it's you and your overwhelming natural inclination for substitution, match ups or change.
You probably have a couple different brands of toilet paper... Just for substitution based on what you ate yesterday.
Seriously... I think Gardy was thinking Dozier provides a better chance of game tying dinger than Carroll and Rameriz was the Florimon sub.
The Dozier Double play ruined all the fine manager ideas.