Andrew’s night is done, and it wasn’t pretty. It started out well enough, striking out 2 men in the first inning. He rode along smoothly through the next two frames, giving up only a triple to Rome’s left fielder L.V. Ware, who scored on a sac fly. But then the wheels came off in [...]
For anyone who caught Francesa’s show after the Mets game, the last hour was dominated by mostly lame (but still hilarious) attempts at finding Nick Swisher an acceptable Sterling call. After an hour of calls from the biggest audience in sports talk radio, they still had accomplished very little.
So I ask you, Ye great [...]
“Total domination” was probably the headline tonight. Game 3 carries with it the same caveats as Game 2, but at least we have some smiles on our faces.
A.J. Burnett looked great. With the pitching matchup today, we saw the difference between a 70 win team and a division-winning team. The Yankees probably aren’t going [...]
Angels rookie Nick Adenhart was killed in a hit and run accident today. Adenhart had a long, promising career ahead of him. He had just pitched 6 scoreless innings on Wednesday.
A.J. Burnett takes the mound against Mexican-league veteran Alfredo Simon. The Yankees are still searching for their first win of the season, and hope to avoid a sweep.
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I’m always searching for the best way to cover the relatively unimportant day-to-day news about minor league baseball. These things have small, but definite, impacts upon the major league team. Today, I premier the first edition of Minor Notes.
P.J. Pilittere sits.
P.J. Pilittere has been the Yankee’s property for awhile now. A catcher, he”s [...]
The guys over at River Ave Blues took a look at Wang’s fastball last night using MLB.com’s p/fx data. Its a great read that I highly recommend.
Wang is one pitcher where an analysis of pitch/fx is most telling. His 4-seam fastball and 2-seam fastball were almost identical. This happens every once in awhile, [...]
Hope you guys like this, this is the first edition of something I hope to make a regular feature here at YU. There are some things that are too quick to build a full post around, so this gives me a chance to throw some things out there and say some things that I think [...]
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