V-Loss says that Wood should have been out about halfway through Lowell. If you're in the pen, Dusty's essentially said "I have no use for you. I have no confidence in you, even with a ten run lead. There are two pitchers on this team and two other guys who throw so those two can get some rest after I rag their arm silly."
Wood's pitching on guts and the remnants of the talent his tired arm has in it. This loss is all on Baker. ALL on Baker. Worse, if you could read lips as Fox went to break, Dusty threw up his hands as Pudge's hit went to right field and mouthed "unbelievable!" No, Dusty, the word you should be using is predictable. I'm firmly convinced that Baker - a fine hitter - simply does not understand pitching in even the most basic sense and that Rothschild, for whatever reason, cannot convince Baker to listen to him ... or worse, might not understand basic fatigue theory.
I can only hope that the offense picks their guy up when their leader hung him out.