The most likely outcome for a Derek Jeter at-bat this season has been the groundout, as he has done that 35.23% of the time. His groundball rate sits at 68% on the season, while his career mark is 56%…
Let’s completely ignore sample size issues for a moment, shall we? In this outfield this season (prior to last night’s game, even), Marcus Thames has an UZR/150 of -17.4. Such a rating is inline with Thames’ previous fielding trends while with the Tigers. Basically, though this was made especially clear during last night’s game, [...]
When Brett Gardner got off to a hot start, I dove into it so now I’d like to do the same thing for Francisco Cervelli, who’s hitting even better than Gardner was.
Going into last night, the Yankees’ catcher was hitting .400/.471/.517/.987 with a .439 wOBA and a 179 wRC+. The .117 IsoP [...]
Wade Davis is a noted and widely respected anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author and photographer. In 1985, he became famous after publishing a book about the zombies of Haiti, entitled The Serpent and the Rainbow. Wait. That’s the wrong Wade Davis.
This Wade Davis was drafted out of high school by the [...]
Today, its time to look at probably the guy with the most helium in the system right now, Hector Noesi. His stat line is a thing of beauty:
Year Age Tm Lg Lev ERA G IP H R ER HR BB SO H/9 HR/9 BB/9 SO/9 SO/BB 2006 19
Here are the reasons why the Yankees should have won last night’s 7-6 Red Sox victory:
Their ace, despite laboring due to the disgusting mist the teams were forced to play through, tossed seven innings of one-run ball against the second-best offense in the AL.
Yesterday, Chad Jennings had some injury updates. Let’s take a look and see what we’ve got.
1. Jorge Posada hopes to be back in the lineup. That’s great news, as Posada’s bat makes the lineup that much more dangerous again. His 2010 line sits at .326/.406/.618/1.024, .441 wOBA, 180 wRC+. Posada coming back could [...]
A baseball team cannot blow eighth inning leads three games in a row and expect to win the majority of those games. It cannot.
If CC Sabathia pitches your team seven innings of one run ball, and your team has scored five runs, there is utterly no reason that that game should be lost.
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