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14 OUTS: 5 Strikeouts, 5 Groundouts, 1 Popout, 1 Foulout, 1 Flyout, 1 Out Trying to Score From 2nd Base on an Infield Single

CARSTEN CHARLES SABATHIA,JR. O (vs. MARINERS, 4/16)

IP:l 4.67

H:;; 7 ll(1 Home Run, 2 Doubles, 4 Singles)

R:l) 3

BB: 1

SO: 5

Pitches: 95 (62 Strikes, 33 Balls)

2016 ERA: 5.06

PITCHES BY INNING

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14 (81 Strikes, 6 Balls)

17 (91 Strikes, 8 Balls)

21 (15 Strikes, 6 Balls)

17 (12 Strikes, 5 Balls)

26 (18 Strikes, 8 Balls) *

* Sabathia recorded 2 outs before departing in the 5th inning.

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I just want them to finish under .500. Their fans need to be humbled.
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Hernandez walked 6 batters in 5 innings.

It took him 106 pitches just to get through 5 innings.

He had a very bad strikes-to-balls ratio: ) 106 (60 Strikes, 46 Balls.)

And in spite of all of this, he left the game with a 3-1 lead, and was in line for the W.

15 OUTS: 7 Groundouts, 4 Strikeouts, 2 Flyouts, 1 Popout, 1 Lineout

FELIX ABRAHAM HERNANDEZ GARCIA O (vs. YANKEES, 4/16)

IP:l 5

H:;; 5 ll(2 Doubles, 3 Singles)

R:l) 1

BB: 6

SO: 4

Pitches: 106 (60 Strikes, 46 Balls)

2016 ERA: 1.00

PITCHES BY INNING

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20 (13 Strikes, 71 Balls)

21 (10 Strikes, 11 Balls)

20 (91 Strikes, 11 Balls)

18 (11 Strikes, 71 Balls)

27 (17 Strikes, 10 Balls)

Watching the game now on MLBN. Cheering for the Ms over Yinks, of course.

Felix has certainly not been himself thus far, particularly with the walks.

Regarding this Yankee team, though, I honestly do not see what prognosticators saw other than last season's ending standings that made them favor this Yankee squad over the O's. The Orioles, in my humble opinion, clearly underachieved last year and added some very key pieces at problem spots from last season. Everyone harped on the pitching, but between the jettisoning of Norris and expected regression (back to the mean, so positive) of guys like Tillman, I thought this was a bit overblown. Further, their rotation is about equivalent to ours. tl;dr, I don't see what gets anyone excited about this Yankee roster besides the bullpen.

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Watching the game now on MLBN. Cheering for the Ms over Yinks, of course.

Felix has certainly not been himself thus far, particularly with the walks.

Regarding this Yankee team, though, I honestly do not see what prognosticators saw other than last season's ending standings that made them favor this Yankee squad over the O's. The Orioles, in my humble opinion, clearly underachieved last year and added some very key pieces at problem spots from last season. Everyone harped on the pitching, but between the jettisoning of Norris and expected regression (back to the mean, so positive) of guys like Tillman, I thought this was a bit overblown. Further, their rotation is about equivalent to ours. tl;dr, I don't see what gets anyone excited about this Yankee roster besides the bullpen.

Pretty much every major news source is either in Atlanta, LA or New York. That and it's the Yankees, the team who never loses at everything

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Pretty much every major news source is either in Atlanta, LA or New York. That and it's the Yankees, the team who never loses at everything

I mean, I get that part of it. But when you just look at the rosters side by side, it's sort of crazy how often in ST I heard people say that they thought the Yanks would be the class of the division, etc. One thing that is interesting is that both the advanced stats community and the traditional media buried this team in the preseason (albeit for very different reasons). Obviously the season is young and they may end up being right, but the names on this team, their production thus far and their recent history of success would suggest that it wasn't so wise to predict complete disaster.

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I mean, I get that part of it. But when you just look at the rosters side by side, it's sort of crazy how often in ST I heard people say that they thought the Yanks would be the class of the division, etc. One thing that is interesting is that both the advanced stats community and the traditional media buried this team in the preseason (albeit for very different reasons). Obviously the season is young and they may end up being right, but the names on this team, their production thus far and their recent history of success would suggest that it wasn't so wise to predict complete disaster.

It's the same reason everyone picks the red wings in hockey, experience and his good the players were

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I want

FELIX ABRAHAM HERNANDEZ GARCIA

to beat the Yankees today.

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Hernandez walked 6 batters in 5 innings.

It took him 106 pitches just to get through 5 innings.

He had a very bad strikes-to-balls ratio: ) 106 (60 Strikes, 46 Balls.)

And in spite of all of this, he left the game with a 3-1 lead, and was in line for a possible W.

15 OUTS: 7 Groundouts, 4 Strikeouts, 2 Flyouts, 1 Popout, 1 Lineout

FELIX ABRAHAM HERNANDEZ GARCIA O (vs. YANKEES, 4/16)

IP:l 5

H:;; 5 ll(2 Doubles, 3 Singles)

R:l) 1

BB: 6

SO: 4

Pitches: 106 (60 Strikes, 46 Balls)

2016 ERA: 1.00

PITCHES BY INNING

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20 (13 Strikes, 71 Balls)

21 (10 Strikes, 11 Balls)

20 (91 Strikes, 11 Balls)

18 (11 Strikes, 71 Balls)

27 (17 Strikes, 10 Balls)

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SEATTLE MARINERS OOOooo - 3

NEW YORK YANKEES OOOooo - 2

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Joe Girardi says He Would Ban Shift if He were M.L.B. Commissioner

(By Mark Feinsand)

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/yankees/yankees-manager-joe-girardi-ban-shift-commissioner-article-1.2615626

Surprised nobody has replied to this. He's laughably wrong here, there's a good article on SI talking about this, apparently the Yankees allow the highest babip for the times they shift and also shift I think 5th most in the league.

I read that as either they shift on the wrong people or for some reason their pitchers pitch away to pull hitters. I remember som O's pitchers doing that a few years back, driving me crazy.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr"><a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Yankees?src=hash">#Yankees</a> GM Brian Cashman says, "We urgently need to stop the bleeding" and discusses his struggling team. <a href="https://t.co/jcNK5tuFms">https://t.co/jcNK5tuFms</a></p>— Ken Davidoff (@KenDavidoff) <a href="

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77 years ago today, Lou Gehrig benched himself after having played in 2,130 consecutive games.

(MAY 3rd, 1939) O[briggs Stadium, Detroit, MI]

NEW YORK YANKEES

Frankie Crosetti - SS

Red Rolfe - 3B

Tommy Henrich - CF

Bill Dickey - C

Charlie Keller - LF

George Selkirk - RF

Joe Gordon - 2B

Babe Dahlgren - 1B

Steve Sundra - RHP (1-0, 4.96 ERA)

DETROIT TIGERS

Barney McCosky - CF

Dixie Walker - LF 5

Charlie Gehringer - 2B

Hank Greenberg - 1B

Rudy York - C

Pete Fox - RF

Billy Rogell - 3B

Frank Croucher - SS

Al Benton - RHP (0-0, 2.37 ERA)

http://www.baseball-reference.com/boxes/DET/DET193905030.shtml

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