So I missed part of this one, in which the Yankees beat the Twins in the opener of this weekend’s four-game set 8-4, but it appears the Yankees don’t quite have CC Sabathia back yet. Don’t get me wrong, four runs over seven is fine, but it doesn’t quite meet the level [...]
The moral of the story is that Tex’s batted ball profile is all out of whack for whatever reason. Given what he’s [...]
With his rotation spot possibly in jeopardy, Phil Hughes reminded everyone why it’s foolish to give up on talented young pitchers when they hit the inevitable rocky patch, hurling six dominant innings of shutout ball (and only needing 65 pitches to do it) on his way to what looked to be an [...]
Things I would like in baseball: the triple slash line presented with the 100=avg scale instead of raw numbers.
This was a frustrating loss. Just one day after the Yankee bats exploded for 17 runs, the Bomber offense fell silent, unable to come up with big hits with runners in scoring position. Rich Harden took a vacation from the DL to pitch 5.1 innings of two run ball, which isn’t good, [...]
Well, that happened. On the one hand, the tired Yankee bats exploded for 17 runs, with Mark Teixeira‘s grand slam serving as the highlight. On the other hand, Phil Hughes sucked. Franchise allowed seven runs and nine hits in just 4.1 innings of work. At this rate, the Yankees [...]
Yesterday, Mark Teixeira went 1-4 with a walk. His season line now reads as .239/.348/.500. Objectively, that’s not all that bad. The IsoD (.109) and IsoP (.261) are actually pretty damn fantastic. If we were to apply those numbers to a .300 hitter, his line would be .300/.409/.561, which would be MVP caliber, [...]
The Yankees ended this game in the top of the 1st inning. Mets’ pitcher Jonathon Niese allowed three consecutive hits to start the game. Mark Teixeira delivered a two run double down the line to give the Yankees a 2-0 lead, which was all the offense they wound up needing. [...]
Coming into Tuesday night’s game Larry had mentioned Zack Greinke‘s unusual ERA-FIP split of 4.70 to 2.30 in his series preview. For a split second during the game, we got a taste of why. In the first inning, after Brett Gardner reached base on a hit by pitch,
Just about every Yankee got a hit in the Boogie Down in Friday’s 11-7 clobbering of the Cleveland Indians. Robinson Cano and Jorge Posada had three hits apiece. Alex Rodriguez and Curtis Granderson hit home runs that may not have landed yet. (A-Rod hit his bomb [...]
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