Yesterday, Javier Vazquez, tonight’s starter, noted that he has “learned how to pitch a little bit more” since his last go-round in New York. What does this mean, exactly? Perhaps we can gain insights by looking at what Vazquez has thrown over the years. The following is a detailed chart of his pitch [...]
Via Wayne Coffee of the Daily News:
Harold Reynolds, MLB Network analyst, admires the judicious eye of a guy like Johnson, and knows that having runners on base is a good thing, but he also believes on-base percentage is “getting a little overhyped.” “In certain circumstances, I want guys swinging the bat,” Reynolds [...]
As you already know, the Yanks are in St. Pete this weekend to take on the (Devil) Rays. Tonight’s pitching match-up is probably the most anticipated of the three-game set, as Javy Vazquez hopes to make Yankees fans forget about Game 7 of the 2004 ALCS while facing flamethrowing [...]
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The photo above is the Gameday illustration of Curtis Granderson’s brief at-bat against Jonathan Papelbon the other night. Papelbon threw two pitches to Curtis, the second one being a fastball middle-up at 94 MPH. As I am sure you know, Granderson turned on that pitch and sent [...]
Earlier this week, the Yankees claimed San Diego outfielder Chad Huffman off of waivers. The outfielder will play for AAA Scranton-Wilkes Barre. I’d never heard of Huffman before, so I thought I’d take a closer look at his numbers and see what the Yanks are getting.
A second round pick in 2006, [...]
Around the start of May last year I was asking people what was wrong with the team and when they thought the bombers would turn it around. I know its only three games into the season, but this looks and feels different. To come into Boston [...]
Above was the last we saw of Javier Vazquez, when he served up a pitch that was the final dagger in the hearts of the 2004 team’s chances to return to the World Series. Worse yet, it was facing our hated rival the Boston Red Sox, and we could only sit back [...]
Hi all. I am finally making my triumphant return from thesis-related exile, and should be back writing for TYU on a relatively frequent basis. Without further adieu, a recap of the first day of minor league action. We’re trying out a different format, where rather than transcribing the box scores, I am going to try [...]
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