Again, with a different type of data, the pitch was in the strike zone. Both of you saw it outside probably due to McCann not setting up or framing properly.
Yeah I don't see that at all. Pitch was a good one but it was just off the plate and should've been called a ball. If the ump had called that a strike
"Don't hate the player-- hate the game."
As much as people complain about Cashman's roster management, this situation is one where I believe he has to be given credit.
Yankee player movement strategy is not and should not be governed by determining who should be "rewarded" or who "deserves" call ups.
I would've hated the thought of this not too long ago, but after looking at his splits, you are right. He has been outright dominant against LHH over