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12 OUTS: 5 Strikeouts, 3 Flyouts, 1 Groundout, 1 Foulout, 1 Lineout, 1 Thrown Out Trying to Stretch a Single into a Double

 

THOMADARWIESHELMAN )))))) (FINAL NUMBERS)

IP:l.4

H:lll 7 )) (2 Home Runs, 1 Double, 4 Singles)

R:lllll 4

BB:ll1

SO:ll5

Pitches: )l 63 )(42)Strikes, )21)Balls)

2019 ERA: )l 6.35 )l 22.67 IP  (16 ER)

2019 WHIP: )l 1.544 )l )  22.67 IP  (35 H/BB)

2019 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: )l .298 ))  (28 for 94)

 

PITCHES BY INNING

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25 ll(14 lllStrikes, l11 lllllBalls)

10 lll(81 llStrikes, llll21 llBalls)

18 lll(12 lllStrikes, llll61 llBalls)

10 lll(81 lllStrikes, llll21 llBalls)

 

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19 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

I've wondered before if Givens could passably fill in at short or second for an inning or two if needed.

I have wondered exactly the same thing. He was supposedly a good SS, no reason he can’t be again.

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19 minutes ago, Sessh said:

It's possible. I am not sure what his plan is with Eshelman, though. If you want him to be a starter, then don't pull him after 60-70 pitches all the time especially while he's going well. Oh well, another rough first inning followed by three relatively solid innings. I think he has some potential, but Hyde has to stop quick hooking him if they are to figure out how much there is if any.

Agree

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Alberto just keeps finding ways to get hits. He doesn't strike out a lot, either. I guess he wasn't held out of the lineup due to an imminent trade after all.

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47 minutes ago, eddie83 said:

We should be winning this game 3-2 if Trey was at 1st. 

Or Renato.  It's really time to park Davis. 

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Just now, Sessh said:

Alberto just keeps finding ways to get hits. He doesn't strike out a lot, either. I guess he wasn't held out of the lineup due to an imminent trade after all.

Nope!

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Just now, SteveA said:

What did Davis do at first to cost us 3 runs?  

I think the gist is Mancini should be there. He didn't catch a ball at the wall he was there in time to catch and he made a sliding catch with the ball in the glove, but didn't hold on to it when his glove hit the ground. Both ultimately resulted in a run scoring. Davis also struck out three times, once with the bases loaded.

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1 minute ago, SteveA said:

What did Davis do at first to cost us 3 runs?  

My point was getting Trey out of RF. A better RF and two more plays are made. 

 

Chris didn’t make a play at 1st on a grounder. Ball popped out of his glove and on throw to pitcher just late.  

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1 minute ago, Sessh said:

I think the gist is Mancini should be there. He didn't catch a ball at the wall he was there in time to catch and he made a sliding catch with the ball in the glove, but didn't hold on to it when his glove hit the ground. Both ultimately resulted in a run scoring. Davis also struck out three times, once with the bases loaded.

How many outs were than when Davis struck out with the bases loaded?

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Just now, Sessh said:

I think the gist is Mancini should be there. He didn't catch a ball at the wall he was there in time to catch and he made a sliding catch with the ball in the glove, but didn't hold on to it when his glove hit the ground. Both ultimately resulted in a run scoring. Davis also struck out three times, once with the bases loaded.

Mancini can't play outfield. He is acceptable at first. 

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