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9 hours ago, Roll Tide said:

 

Straily looked very pedestrian today 🙄 (Rolling Eyes)

 

just havking on you but I think this is closer to what you will get than his last start. As I mentioned I think it plays out that he's the 3rd best starter on the team before all is said and done.

At this point ERAs are out the window. If we can just find SP that can go 5IP and give up 3ER or less than it’s a success. Just keep us in the game, don’t let it get embarrassing, and not make the pen throw 7IP

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11 hours ago, Roll Tide said:

 

Straily looked very pedestrian today 🙄 (Rolling Eyes)

 

just havking on you but I think this is closer to what you will get than his last start. As I mentioned I think it plays out that he's the 3rd best starter on the team before all is said and done.

That's not a high bar to get over. :D

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On 4/10/2019 at 9:14 PM, Tony-OH said:

Straily scouting report against A's tonight:

FB: 88-91 that was hit hard (98.8 EV avg). 2 Swinging strikes in 21 pitches
SL: 82-87 that didn't miss any bats in 23 pitches. (92.7 EV)
CH: 83-84 that got two swinging strikes on 17 pitches. (88.1EV) 

87 was the ML average EV in 2018.

 

Start #2 against the Red Sox.

FB: 88-91 that was hit around MLB avg (87.5 EV avg). 1 Swinging strikes in 42 pitches
SL: 82-85 that didn't miss any bats in 10 pitches. (100.3 EV)
CH: 83-85 that got 7 swinging strikes on 32. (84.3EV) 

It appears the Orioles adjusted Strailey and had him use his changeup much more than his slider, which at least through his first two starts with the Orioles is his worse pitch that misses the least amount of bats and gets hit the hardest.

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Strailey reminds me of a younger Steve Trachsel. I don't hate it! If you can have success in the big leagues as a RHP with a 90 mph fastball, more power to you. Seems like he was closer to his normal self yesterday.

And if he ends up stinking, hey, he was less money than Nate Karns. 

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10 hours ago, Tony-OH said:

That's not a high bar to get over. :D

Sure but the poster I quoted said he wasn’t a 5th starter in the AL east.

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17 minutes ago, stef said:

 

I like what Straily has to say, and I like the way he says it. 

 

http://www.masnsports.com/steve-melewski/2019/04/os-dan-straily-on-velocity-the-teams-clubhouse-vibe-and-more.html

 

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MINNESOTA T WINS )))))) (APRIL 20th) )))))) [Game One]

Jorge Luis Pacheco Polanco - SS

Marwin Gonzalez - 3B

Nelson Ramon Cruz Martinez - DH

Eddie Rosario - LF

Willians Astudillo - 1B

Andrew Jacob Cave - RF

Jonathan Rufino Jezus Schoop - 2B

Jason Castro - C

Byron Buxton - CF

Jose Orlando Berrios - RHP )) (2-1, 2.30 ERA) ) *

 

* )) Leads the American League in WHIP (0.732)

 

http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups

 

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On 4/16/2019 at 6:26 PM, ChuckS said:

Is 88-91 where Straily has been throughout his career?  I thought he threw a little harder than that. 

Yeah, he's been 89-90 for most of his career. Hard to believe this guy hung around a 4 ERA the past three years, looks like he's throwing batting practice out there.

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Straily managed to muddle through 5 innings, and leave the game with the score tied.

 

 

15 OUTS: )5 Flyouts, 4 Strikeouts, 3 Groundouts, 2 Lineouts, 1 Foulout

 

DANIEL STEVEN STRAILY ))))))) (vs. TWINS, 4/20) ))))))) [Game One]

IP:lll5

H:llll 6 )(3 Home Runs, 2 Doubles, 1 Single)

R:lllll 3

BB:lll)l

SO:lll4

Pitches: ll)98 )(62 )Strikes, )36)Balls)

2019 ERA: ))8.59  ))  14.67 IP  (14 ER) 

2019 WHIP: ))1.841  ))  14.67 IP  (27 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )).328 ) (21 for 64) 

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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12 lll(91 llStrikes, lll31 lllBalls)

29 ll(19 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

17 lll(11 llStrikes, lll61 lllBalls)

27 ll(13 llStrikes, ll14 llllBalls)

13 lll(10 llStrikes, lll31 lllBalls)

 

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Even if the baseballs are juiced up which it’s obvious they are instead of Straily insinuating so id  much rather him just accept personal responsibility and not even bring it up. He don’t need to be making excuses the other pitchers are throwing the same balls. 

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Straily ceded 0 Earned Runs over 4 Innings Pitched, but he threw a lot of pitches in the process, necessitating his early exit from the game.

 

 

12 OUTS: )3 Strikeouts, 3 Flyouts, 2 Popouts, 2 Lineouts, 1 Groundout, 1 Foulout

 

DANIEL STEVEN STRAILY ))))))) (vs. TWINS, 4/27)

IP:lll4

H:llll 3 )(3 Singles)

R:lllll 1

ER:l0

BB:ll1

SO:ll3

Pitches: ll)89 )(55 )Strikes, )34)Balls)

2019 ERA: ))6.75  ))  18.67 IP  (14 ER) 

2019 WHIP: ))1.661  ))  18.67 IP  (31 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )).304 ) (24 for 79) 

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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18 lll(11 llStrikes, lll71 lllBalls)

14 lll(91 llStrikes, lll51 lllBalls)

28 lll(19 llStrikes, lll91 lllBalls)

29 lll(16 llStrikes, l13 llllBalls)

 

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Too bad he labored so much in the 3rd/4th innings.    Asking this bullpen to cover 5 innings is a recipe for disaster.   

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7 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Too bad he labored so much in the 3rd/4th innings.    Asking this bullpen to cover 5 innings is a recipe for disaster.   

I think Straily is the least of the O's problems. Since he has been stretched out he as allowed 4 earned runs in 14 innings pitched over 3 games.  That is a 2.57 ERA.

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1 hour ago, wildcard said:

I think Straily is the least of the O's problems. Since he has been stretched out he as allowed 4 earned runs in 14 innings pitched over 3 games.  That is a 2.57 ERA.

I don’t disagree that he’s done reasonably well.   Just saying that even though he only allowed 1 run in 4 innings, asking our bullpen to protect a 1-run lead for 5 innings is like asking me to solve a differential equation written in Chinese.   

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