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16 OUTS:  6 Groundouts, 4 Flyouts, 3 Strikeouts, 2 Popouts, 1 Lineout

 

 

GABRIEL YNOA  GOMEZ )))))) (vs. INDIANS, 6/30)

IP:lll5.33

H:llll 6 )) (2 Doubles, 4 Singles)

R:lllll 1

BB:lll1

SO:lll3

Pitches: )l 83(52 )Strikes, )31 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 6.22 )l) 50.67 IP  (35 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.520 )l )  50.67 IP  (77 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .288 ))  (60 for 208)

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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11 ll(6llStrikes, llll5 llBalls)

18 lll(12 llStrikes, lllll6 llBalls)

23 lll(17 llStrikes, lllllllBalls)

10 ll(61 llStrikes, llll4 llBalls)

12 ll(61 llStrikes, llll6 llBalls)

91 ll(51 llStrikes, llll4 lllBalls) ) *

 

* )) Ynoa recorded 1 out before departing in the 6th inning.

 

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Ynoa entered the game with the bases loaded and 2 outs, in the 3rd inning.

 

 

13 OUTS:  5 Groundouts, 3 Lineouts, 2 Strikeouts, 2 Foulouts, 1 Flyouts

 

 

GABRIEL YNOA  GOMEZ )))))) (vs. NATIONALS, 7/17)

IP:lll4.33

H:llll 2 )) (2 Doubles)

R:lllll 1

BB:lll0

SO:lll2

Pitches: )l 67(47 )Strikes, )20 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 6.31 )l) 61.33 IP  (43 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.500 )l )  61.33 IP  (92 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .290 ))  (74 for 255)

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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71 ll(4llStrikes, llll3 llBalls) ) *

11 ll(81 llStrikes, llll3 llBalls)

19 ll(12 llStrikes, llll7 llBalls)

15 ll(11 llStrikes, llll4 lllBalls)

15 lll(12 llStrikes, llll3 lllBalls)

 

* )) Ynoa recorded 1 out upon entering the game in the 3rd inning.

 

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84% of the outs that Ynoa recorded (16 out of 19) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout.

He was incredibly pitch-efficient, and his Strikes-to-Balls ratio was also exemplary.

 

 

19 OUTS: 13 Groundouts (Including 1 Double Play), 2 Strikeouts, 2 Flyouts, 1 Popout

 

 

GABRIEL YNOA  GOMEZ )))))) (vs. DEVIL RAYS, 9/03) )))))) [Game Two]

IP:lll6.33

H:llll 6 )) (1 Home Run, 1 Triple, 4 Singles)

R:lllll 2

BB:ll0

SO:lll2

Pitches: )l 67(51 )Strikes, )16 )Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 5.93 )l) 94.33 IP  (6058 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.325 )l )  94.33 IP  (125 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .270 ))  (103 for 382) 

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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81 ll(6llStrikes, l.ll2 llBalls)

81 ll(7llStrikes, llll1 lllBalls)

11 lll(81 lStrikes, llllllBalls)

13 ll(10 llStrikes, llll3 llBalls)

12 lll(9llStrikes, llll3 llBalls)

61 lll(6llStrikes, llll0 llBalls)

91 lll(5llStrikes, llll4 lllBalls) ) *

 

* )) Ynoa recorded 1 out before departing in the 7th inning.

 

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I still think he profiles well as an opener or long relief option for next year.  Next year's bullpen?

Givens (if not traded)

Fry

Armstrong

Castro

Tate 

Harvey

Ynoa

Tanner Scott?

 

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1 hour ago, Roll Tide said:

Ynoa certainly has turned the corner. His last hand full of outings have been respectable 

But that's only three appearances (just one start) during a pretty disappointing season.

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1 hour ago, ScGO's said:

I still think he profiles well as an opener or long relief option for next year.  Next year's bullpen?

Givens (if not traded)

Fry

Armstrong

Castro

Tate 

Harvey

Ynoa

Tanner Scott?

 

Honestly I think Tate and Scott at least are big “maybe” and I’m not so sure about Ynoa and Fry. I think 3-4 spots are best called TBA/Waiver pickups. Even though we don’t know what happens ‘tween now and then, it’s likely we’ll have either proven better or possibly better by then.

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Ynoa is really an enigma to me.    He’s had a lot of really good outings this year, and has kept us in a lot of games.    But when he’s bad, he’s really bad.  He’s allowed 60 ER this year, and 31 of those were in 5 appearances.    Overall I think he’s a pretty useful piece for a team that suffers a lot of short starts and needs a guy who can throw long relief and spot start.   

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1 hour ago, Frobby said:

 

Ynoa is really an enigma to me. He’s had a lot of really good outings this year, and has kept us in a lot of games ........ but when he’s bad, he’s really bad. Hes allowed 60 ER this year, and 31 of those were in 5 appearances. Overall I think that hes a pretty useful piece for a team that suffers a lot of short starts, and needs a guy who can throw long relief and spot start.   

 

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When she was good, she was very good indeed ........ but when she was bad, she was horrid.

 

I remember seeing this movie when I was in 9th grade, and Nicole Eggert and her mother (Cheryl Ladd) using the Henry Wadsworth Longfellow adage at the beginning of the film.

 

 

When She Was Bad... (1979)

 

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He started some games for us in 2016, he started some games for us in 2017, and he just made his tenth and best start of the year for us in 2019...

I think it’s a pretty safe bet that he gets some starts in 2020.

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9 hours ago, Frobby said:

Ynoa is really an enigma to me.    He’s had a lot of really good outings this year, and has kept us in a lot of games.    But when he’s bad, he’s really bad.  He’s allowed 60 ER this year, and 31 of those were in 5 appearances.    Overall I think he’s a pretty useful piece for a team that suffers a lot of short starts and needs a guy who can throw long relief and spot start.   

So you're saying he's inconsistent.

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