Despite being a mere one game back in the Wild Card race, PECOTA only gives the Rangers an 8% chance of winning the wild card and a 13% chance overall of making the playoffs.
I was just perusing the MLB statistics page over at ESPN, and noticed some fascinating numbers regarding the Yankee bullpen. Remember, the overall numbers are hindered by the poor performances of players no longer on the roster, making the totals even more fascinating.
The Yankees bullpen is 2nd in MLB in WHIP and K/9, at [...]
There has been a lot of Jeter stuff going up in the last few days, but that is to be expected when the Yankee captain is putting together an MVP type season. Mark Feinsand chimed in with the latest, on Jeter’s contract situation:
Jeter’s contract is up at the end of 2010, and his [...]
Going into tomorrow’s series up 6.5 (or hopefully 7.5 if the Blue Jays would stop sucking for one second) is outstanding. You have to like their chances of taking 2 of 3 given the pitching matchups, and I feel like we’re due to finally solve Beckett. As annoying as Fenway Park is, they have a [...]
Those of you who have been reading this blog from inception know that I championed flipping Derek Jeter and Johnny Damon in the batting order back in February. At the time, I said the following:
When considering these factors, it seems obvious that a switch should be made. The one element that supports keeping [...]
I love reading stuff like this about the Yankees. From PeteAbe: “CC gave out 425 backpacks to kids at his old elementary school today. They were stuffed with school supplies. Every kids also got an autographed photo. CC spoke to two assemblies when at the school, too. Good man, that CC.”
-Here’s the pitching match ups for the upcoming Yanks-Red Sox series:
Friday-Pettitte vs Penny
Saturday-Burnett vs Tazawa
Sunday-Sabathia vs Beckett
We really should take 2 of 3, even in Boston. Beckett got shelled his last time out, so maybe that shoulder is wearing down like it did last year.
-Here’s an ESPN360 piece on [...]
Here’s the scoop from Pete Abe: Joba and the Yankees have sat down and mapped out six more starts for the rest of the regular season. As has been previously reported, the gloves will apparently be off for the playoffs. Young Mr. Chamberlain has hurled 126+ innings so far this year, averaging about 6 [...]
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