Taschner allowed the baserunners, Chulk gave up the gopherball, but I have a special slice of ire from last night's loss reserved for Ryan Klesko. He bounced into yet another double play, and he took some of the worst swings of the season in two other at-bats.
Worse than that, though, was his defensive non-play against Miguel Montero's 45-hopper through the infield. The only other person in the MLB Universe who wouldn't have the range to get that grounder is Don Zimmer. Montero isn't exactly a speedster, so there was a chance that a real first baseman would have doubled up Montero.