“We’re trying to win a division here,” pitcher Woody Williams said following a 6-2 loss to Roy Oswalt and the Astros on Monday night at PETCO Park. “And [in] games like this, it seems like it’s no big deal to anybody.
“We’re playing a good team — and we’re a good team. Sometimes it seems like it’s a daze. We just need to get to a point where we’re winning a lot of ballgames and playing good, consistent baseball.
“We can’t coast. We haven’t done anything. We haven’t accomplished anything. I can’t speak for anyone else, but winning ballgames in August and September is huge. This thing should not go down to the last week. We’ve got to make it uncomfortable for other teams.”
It could be much worse for Woody. He could have Corey Patterson for a teammate.