Prior to last night’s game, on the season, Mark Teixeira has hit .119/.280/.254.
Against right-handers, Teixeira has hit .109/.281/.217. Here’s pitchFX data of those 46 at-bats.
Teixeira is a switch-hitter, so notice how most pitches have been away. He hasn’t hit those pitches, obviously.
Against left-handers, Teixeira has hit .143/.280/.333. Here’s pitchFX [...]
Recently, FanGraphs updated its UZR measurements for 2010 (for park factors, power of the batter, speed of the batter, etc.), which subsequently influenced player ratings in previous seasons. In most cases, even with the alteration to UZR’s formula, the fielding numbers for players did not change significantly to the point where one player went [...]
This is a guest post from Larry Koestler of the excellent Yankeeist blog. It was inspired by a Twitter discussion that Larry and I had, and Larry was gracious enough to allow TYU to reprint his work. It is a highly recommended read. The original post can be found here.
[Moshe asked me to share this with you, so I have]
[Caveat: This story is still developing. Recommend reading this post from Fang's Bites for background info, and updates.]
This evening, news broke that MLB.com is now preventing their writers from tweeting anything non-baseball related.
I wish I could adequately put into words [...]
On Monday morning TYU’s Moshe Mandel and I had an interesting back-and-forth that began on Twitter and spilled over to e-mail. The crux of our discussion was Moshe’s initial contention that Greg Cohen of Sliding Into Home “probably shouldn’t be blogging” for his “gutless bitch” comment re: Javy [...]
Last night’s loss to the Orioles was definitely frustrating for a number of reasons. Let’s start from the end and work our way back a bit.
–The top of the ninth was incredibly bitter sweet, as are all comebacks that fall just short. Seriously, where the hell was Julio Lugo playing on that ball Alex [...]
It’s pretty hard to win a game in the American League when you score only two runs (at least, through the first eight innings of a game), although the Yankees seemed poised to do just that after Phil Hughes threw 5 2/3 innings of wild yet ultimately effective one-run ball.
The mark of a savvy, veteran pitcher is being able to get through a game even when you don’t have your best stuff. Every pitcher will have to deal with that from time to time, and the top performers avoid the David Wells-ian two inning 8-run performances that inflate your ERA by making [...]
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