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In Lopez' last outing, 93% of the outs that he recorded (13 out of 14) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

In tonight's outing, 67% of the outs that Lopez recorded (14 out of 21) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

In his last 2 outings combined, 77% of the outs that Lopez recorded (27 out of 35) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

 

Lopez did not have a particularly good Strikes-to-Balls ratio )(52)Strikes, )41)Balls.) 

 

 

21 OUTS: )  9 Groundouts (Including 2 Double Plays), 3 Strikeouts, 3 Popouts, 3 Lineouts, 1 Flyout

 

 

JORGE YABIELOPEZ RAMOS )))))))) (vs. BRAVES, 9/14)

IP:ll.7

H:lllll5 ) l(1 Home Run, 4 Singles)

R:llll 1

BB:l.2

SO:ll3

Pitches: l) 93 )(52)Strikes, )41)Balls)

2020 ERA: l) 5.23 )  31.00 IP  (18 ER) 

2020 WHIP: l)  1.258  )  31.00 IP  (39 H/BB) 

2020 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .248  )(29 for 117)   

 

PITCHES BY INNING  

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14  ll(71 llStrikes, lll71 llBalls)

11  lll(81 llStrikes, lll31 llBalls)

21  ll(11 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

17  ll(71 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

11  lll(61 llStrikes, lll5llBalls)

12  lll(81 llStrikes, lll4llBalls)

71  lll(51 llStrikes, lll2llBalls)

 

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35 minutes ago, wildcard said:

O's are finding out about him.  So far they know if he gets a 10 run lead he pitches pretty well.

But not if he “only” has a 5-1 lead?

I don’t think we know anything about how he pitches in laughers.   It’s kind of ridiculous to correlate the fact that he pitched well in one particular game to how many runs his own team scored in that game.   

That said, he’s got a long way to go to prove he’s a decent major league pitcher.    The guy has 220 major league innings under his belt.   That’s not a ton, but it’s far from nothing.   It’s about 75 more innings than Tyler Wilson got, and 39 fewer than Mike Wright.   So far, the track record isn’t good.    But we’ve got nothing to lose by handing him the ball for two more starts.   

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4 minutes ago, Frobby said:

But not if he “only” has a 5-1 lead?

I don’t think we know anything about how he pitches in laughers.   It’s kind of ridiculous to correlate the fact that he pitched well in one particular game to how many runs his own team scored in that game.   

That said, he’s got a long way to go to prove he’s a decent major league pitcher.    The guy has 220 major league innings under his belt.   That’s not a ton, but it’s far from nothing.   It’s about 75 more innings than Tyler Wilson got, and 39 fewer than Mike Wright.   So far, the track record isn’t good.    But we’ve got nothing to lose by handing him the ball for two more starts.   

 Good Morning.  It was not a serious comment.

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2 hours ago, wildcard said:

O's are finding out about him.  So far they know if he gets a 10 run lead he pitches pretty well.

An upgrade on Tommy Milone then!

Playoff run-wise, TOR sees Cole Wednesday/Monday and is at (banged up, hopefully not collapsing) Philadelphia this weekend.

For all the 58/59/60 at Blue Jays recalls '89, the kid memory matrix is now on '82.  We'll need to race, and we'll need to sweep.

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He can certainly be in the mix for a rotation spot next year but what does he do well outside of getting some ground balls?

His BB rate is pretty solid as well but he is throwing strikes at 57% rate with the Os.  He isn’t missing many bats.  His FIP is better than his ERA but it’s still not great.

Some of his batted ball data also suggests he has been lucky.

He will be 28 in February and has 220 innings under his belt and his career ERA is over 5.

You like that he can keep the ball down and on the ground but there has to be more there than that.

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On 9/14/2020 at 9:55 PM, OFFNY said:

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In Lopez' last outing, 93% of the outs that he recorded (13 out of 14) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

In tonight's outing, 67% of the outs that Lopez recorded (14 out of 21) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

In his last 2 outings combined, 77% of the outs that Lopez recorded (27 out of 35) came via the Groundout and the Strikeout. 

 

Lopez did not have a particularly good Strikes-to-Balls ratio )(52)Strikes, )41)Balls.) 

 

 

21 OUTS: )  9 Groundouts (Including 2 Double Plays), 3 Strikeouts, 3 Popouts, 3 Lineouts, 1 Flyout

 

 

JORGE YABIELOPEZ RAMOS )))))))) (vs. BRAVES, 9/14)

IP:ll.7

H:lllll5 ) l(1 Home Run, 4 Singles)

R:llll 1

BB:l.2

SO:ll3

Pitches: l) 93 )(52)Strikes, )41)Balls)

2020 ERA: l) 5.23 )  31.00 IP  (18 ER) 

2020 WHIP: l)  1.258  )  31.00 IP  (39 H/BB) 

2020 OPPONENTS BATTING AVG: l)  .248  )(29 for 117)   

 

PITCHES BY INNING  

*******************  

14  ll(71 llStrikes, lll71 llBalls)

11  lll(81 llStrikes, lll31 llBalls)

21  ll(11 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

17  ll(71 llStrikes, ll10 llllBalls)

11  lll(61 llStrikes, lll5llBalls)

12  lll(81 llStrikes, lll4llBalls)

71  lll(51 llStrikes, lll2llBalls)

 

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(vs. D-RAYS, 9/19)

 

This was another solid outing for Lopez, but the offense has only scored 1 run through the first 7 innings. 

 

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Lopez is aiming for his 3rd consecutive Quality start ...... since August 25th, Lopez has tallied a 3.81 ERA and a 1.235 WHIP over 28.33 Innings Pitched.

 

 

TORONTO BLUJAYS )))))) (SEPTEMBER 25th)

Jonathan Rafael Villar Roque - 2B

Bo Joseph "B.J." Bichette - SS

Teoscar Hernandez - RF

Randal Grichuk - CF

Vladimir Guerrero Ramos, Jr. -DH

Travis Shaw - 1B

Jonathan Davis - LF

Joseph Panik - 3B

Daniel Jansen - C

Taijuan Emmanuel Walker - RHP )) (4-3, 2.86 ERA) ) *

 

* )) (2-2, 4.00 ERA) OOO [SEATTLE MARINERS] OOOOO  (2-1, 1.54 ERA) OOO [TORONTO BLUE JAYS]

 

https://www.mlb.com/starting-lineups

 

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Just listened to the Matt Blood podcast yesterday, and I swear I thought I heard him say of Lopez something like "you don't find 6'5" guys with mid-90's stuff" on the waiver wire.   Curious how tall he looks to folks.  B-Ref lists Chris Tillman 6'5".

He's listed 6'2" everywhere, but was only 18 years, 4 months at the time of the 2011 draft, and I can believe certain official MLB listings being set in stone forever.  Savant has his four seam at 94 even this past year.

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Somehow I got it in my head that he looks like Jerry Seinfeld and just can't get it out of my head that throwing Seinfeld out there is not a great idea. Combined with his mediocre stats, I don't get what people like about this guy. 

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