The Cleveland Indians have been in first place in the AL Central since their sixth game of the season, despite the fact that neither their offense (.324 team wOBA, which is pretty good in the current depressed 2011 hitting environment, but nothing extraordinary) or pitching staff (a middling 3.89 team ERA, 7th-best in the AL) [...]
If there’s one topic I’ve potentially spilled more digital ink on than the Yankees getting beaten by pitchers they’ve never seen before/starters making their Major League debuts, it would be the team seemingly routinely getting shutdown by starting pitchers with fastballs that top out around 89-90mph, pinpoint control [...]
The Yankees last saw the Orioles nearly three months ago, having played Baltimore 12 times in a span of about six weeks and going 10-2 in those contests. The last time the two teams played Baltimore snapped the Yankees’ 10-game winning streak against them by countering with the Yankee [...]
Congratulations to Bryan Bullington on picking up his first career Major League win on the strength of an amazing performance: eight innings of two-hit, shutout ball in a 1-0 victory against the New York Yankees.
It’s no secret that the Yankees suck against pitchers they’ve never previously [...]
After spending a lot of time discussing Josh Tomlin‘s annihilation of the Yankees last night while continuing to bemoan the team’s performance against pitchers making their Major League debuts, I was encouraged to take a look back at previous instances to see whether the stigma that the Yankees [...]
Can someone please explain why the Yankees — currently in possession of the best wOBA in Major League Baseball (though maybe not for much longer after tonight’s fiasco), not to mention one of the top two offensive teams in the American League every year except 2008 (when they were 5th) [...]
The Yankees lost to the Orioles 4-3 in a game that might’ve been more frustrating if it hadn’t been absurdly inevitable.
Let me count the ways:
1) The Yankees had a 10-game winning streak against the O’s. They were going to win a game at some point.
2) The [...]
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