I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. I will not be one of those fans that boo him when he is on, and cheer him when he is off. My grandmother taught me that if you have nothing good to say, then keep your mouth shut. I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. My frustrations, fears, scares and temper will sit in silence. Wether at home in the comfort of my chair or in the confines of my second home at Busch Stadium. I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. Izzy has brought too many great memories, too many great face offs and too many good saves to have me doubt him now. It might be a time for a change, it might just be a short term mental block, BUT I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. I, at 32, cannot possibly come into a 9th inning game and keep a lead to save my life. There is no way i can dictate better than TLR or DD as too who to put in that situation. Izzy is the reigning bullpen MVP right now and we live or die with Izzy. I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. To see him so upset, so miserable after last nights game i cannot help but wonder what he thinks when our beloved nation turn on him. I do not want to see a repeat of 2006 since when 75% of the fans in attendance that day decide to voice their concerns with boos. I will not boo Jason Isringhausen. Sit in silence, cry on your way home, scream at the bars, yell at work, do whatever. But please do not boo Jason Isringhausen. Dang it. Here's to Izzy figuring this thing out.