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vs. YANKEES, 7/21

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Another dominating performance for Burke.

7 up, 7 down.

4 strikeouts.

28 pitches, 21 of them for strikes.

7 OUTS: 4 Strikeouts, 2 Groundouts, 1 Flyout

MICHAEL CHRISTOPHER BURKE O (vs. Regular-A Hickory, 7/20)

IP:l 2.33 *

H:;; 0 ll

R:l) 0

BB: 0

SO: 4

Pitches: 28 (21 Strikes, 7 Balls)

2016 ERA: 1.84 (Regular-A Delmarva)

* Burke entered the game with runners on 1st and 2nd base, and 2 outs.



31 (21 Strikes, 1 Balls) **

17 (13 Strikes, 4 Balls)

81 (61 Strikes, 2 Balls)

** Burke entered the game with runners on 1st and 2nd base, and 2 outs.

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Can already see it. O's lose. This is getting depressing. Glad it's on an noon so I will be at work and don't have to watch this offense meander around with no purpose.

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Game 4 (1:05)

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Team Records

53-40 |=======| 48-46

T-2nd, -0.5 |=======| 4th, -5.5

Streaks / L10

-4, Lost 4 of 5 / 5-5 |=======| +4, Won 6 of 8 / 7-3

Team Offensive Rankings (AL)

BA: .271 (3rd) |=======| BA: .250 (12th)

OPS: .796 (2nd) |=======| OPS: .706 (15th)

Runs: 448 (3rd) |=======| Runs: 376 (12th)

HR: 140 (1st) |=======| HR: 95 (12th)

Last 7 Days

BA: .206 (12th) |=======| BA: .214 (9th)

OPS: .619 (11th) |=======| OPS: .598 (12th)

Runs: 9 (12th) |=======| Runs: 10 (10th)

HR: 5 (2nd) |=======| HR: 3 (10th)

Team Pitching Rankings (AL)

ERA: 4.30 (7th) |=======| ERA: 4.45 (11th)

WHIP: 1.42 (14th) |=======| WHIP: 1.26 (3rd)

BAA: .265 (10th) |=======| BAA: .253 (6th)

TB: 1315 (8th) |=======| TB: 1328 (9th)

Last 7 Days

ERA: 2.91 (5th) |=======| ERA: 2.75 (3rd)

WHIP: 1.24 (10th) |=======| WHIP: 1.17 (6th)

BAA: .213 (6th) |=======| BAA: .198 (3rd)

TB: 49 (9th) |=======| TB: 45 (6th)


ERA: 5.10 (14th) |=======| ERA: 4.87 (11th)

WHIP: 1.48 (14th) |=======| WHIP: 1.34 (6th)

BAA: .278 (14th) |=======| BAA: .269 (9th)

TB: 874 (6th) |=======| TB: 936 (15th)


ERA: 3.06 (2nd) |=======| ERA: 3.67 (7th)

WHIP: 1.32 (9th) |=======| WHIP: 1.11 (2nd)

BAA: .243 (7th) |=======| BAA: .222 (1st)

TB: 441 (9th) |=======| TB: 392 (4th)

NEW: Quality Start minimum requirements (experimental, suggestions welcome)

- 6 IP, 2ER

- 7 IP, 3ER

- Game ERA must be 4.00 or less


Chris Tillman


3.29 (1.21/.228)

101K / 46BB, 14HR

QS: 11


Tillman has tossed three straight starts of seven innings allowing only three runs and 12 hits, but also 10 walks. In two starts against the Yankees both at home, he has allowed six runs in 12.2 IP this season. His career numbers at Yankee Stadium are nothing short of atrocious, though. Even not at Yankee Stadium, he has not done well for his career against the Yankees.

Splits & Sits

241 vs. left: .239/.324/.386, 8HR

250 vs. right: .218/.286/.324, 6HR

Bases Empty: .240

RISP: .215

RISP w/2 outs: .250

Men on w/2 outs: .217

Man on 3rd, < 2 outs: .444

2016 Away (8 starts)

(5-2) 3.38 (1.13/.208), 6HR

Career @ Yankee Stadium (8 starts)

(3-4) 7.30 (2.03/.370), 6HR, 15BB in 37 IP

Career vs. NYY (18 starts)

(7-6) 4.87 (1.60/.298), 14HR

vs. Batter

Jacoby Ellsbury (43 AB) .233, 2 2B, S-HR

Brett Gardner (37 AB) .270, 3 2B, 4RBI

Mark Teixeira (26 AB) .346, 2 2B, 3RBI

Alex Rodriguez (19 AB) .368, 5HR, 10RBI

Chase Headley (18 AB) .167, RBI

Brian McCann (16 AB) .250

Carlos Beltran (16 AB) .250, HR, 2RBI

Didi Gregorius (13 AB) .538, 3 2B, 3B, 2RBI

Starlin Castro 1/6

Aaron Hicks 0/3

Rob Refsnyder 0/2



CC Sabathia


3.94 (1.39/.256)

74K / 37BB, 7HR

QS: 6

Last 5 starts (28.1 IP): (0-3) 7.95 (1.73), 5HR

After a rough April (5.06 ERA), Sabathia went through a stretch of seven games where he allowed only four earned runs in 44 innings through May and mid-June. He faced the Orioles twice during that time and allowed no runs in 12 innings on eight hits and eight walks. Since then, he has allowed five earned or more in four of the last five starts. He allowed four earned in his last start against Boston of 5.1 innings along with one UER. Over those five starts, Sabathia has allowed no fewer than nine base runners in each game. If the Yankees are going to get back into the playoff race, they are going to need Sabathia to find his groove again.

Splits & Sits

68 vs. left: .255/.388/.294, HR

344 vs. right: .256/.326/.323, 6HR

Bases Empty: .209

RISP: .278

RISP w/2 outs: .271

Men on w/2 outs: .310

Man on 3rd, < 2 outs: .263

2016 Home (7 starts)

(1-4) 4.73 (1.50/.283), 4HR

Career vs Baltimore (35 starts)

(19-7) 3.28 (1.17/.247), 20HR

vs. Batter

Adam Jones (67 AB) .284, 4 2B, 3B, 4HR, 14RBI

Matt Wieters (36 AB) .167, 2 2B, HR, 2RBI

Nolan Reimold (35 AB) .371, 2 2B, 3B, 2HR, 5RBI

Manny Machado (34 AB) .294, 4 2B, HR, 7RBI

Chris Davis (29 AB) .207, HR, 3RBI, 16K

Mark Trumbo (22 AB) .273, HR, 2RBI

Jonathan Schoop (10 AB) .200, 2B

Caleb Joseph 2/8, 3B, RBI

Joey Rickard 2/6

Ryan Flaherty 2/3, BB

Gallardo manages to pitch seven innings, but allows four runs as he just can't keep the game ERA under four while also going at least six innings. Adam Jones also seems like he may be hurt and every injury will just further expose the Orioles nonexistent depth and show why they are probably not a playoff team. Furthermore, the Yankees only had to use Betances which means Miller and Chapman will be good to go as the Yankees go for the four game sweep tomorrow afternoon. The Orioles have no energy while the Yankees have tons of it and are pretty much dominating the Orioles in this series. Replacement players Reimold and Flaherty aren't helping and if Jones is hurt, that'll be three replacement level players potentially with Borbon likely slotting into the outfield. Even before the team lost some of their players, they weren't playing all that well this month and have now been shutout as well. The Yankees FO seem poised to be sellers, but the players obviously have other ideas and are still very much alive. I didn't see that coming, but that's what has happened. Toronto is only a half game back of the Orioles now as they continue to be hot and Boston's offense is once again red hot as both teams are poised to take over the division from the Orioles who, barring a massive comeback for the Giants, are now in sole possession of first place.

Tillman's numbers at Yankee Stadium are bad enough to make me pause, but Sabathia has struggled mightily for awhile now himself in general. He has not allowed a run against the Orioles in 12 innings this season, so who knows which way this one will go. The Orioles will once again rely on Chris Tillman to stop the bleeding before we head back home to face the Indians who are 30-22 on the road.

Boston and Toronto both win today as Boston has won eight of 10 and Toronto seven of 10 and only a half game back along with the Orioles for second place and are in danger of dropping to third place. The Yankees are now 5.5 games back of the division lead and will be 4.5 back with a win tomorrow. Both WC spots are tied up in the AL East right now. Cleveland is crushing KC who fall to six back of the WC and need to get going if they want to stay in it. Detroit is only 4.5 back of the WC, but they are getting stomped by the Twins who have been playing really good baseball. Texas is playing the Angels right now who dropped four runs on Martin Perez in the first inning. The Angels have won five in a row and eight of 10 themselves, but have a lot of work to do being 11 games out of the WC and probably don't have a chance. Houston is 2.5 back of the WC and four back in the division, but that will change to 3.5 if Texas loses.

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Nolan Reimold - LF

Jonathan Schoop - 2B

Manny Machado - 3B

Mark Trumbo - DH

Chris Davis - 1B

James Jerry Hardy - SS

Ryan Edward Flaherty - RF

Caleb Martin Joseph - C

Julio Borbon - CF

Christopher Steven Tillman - RHP (13-2, 3.29 ERA)


Brett Gardner - LF

Jacoby Ellsbury - CF

Carlos Beltran - RF

Brian McCann - C

Mark Teixeira - 1B

Didi Gregorius - SS

Alex Rodriguez - DH

Starlin Castro - 2B

Ronald Torreyes - 3B

Carsten Charles Sabathia, Jr. - LHP (5-7, 3.94 ERA)


Reimold leading?! BOI.

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