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His pitching was bad enough today then this:
"Just because quotes like this usually generate an interesting reaction, hereís what Nova had to say about his day of 4.2 IP, 5 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 1 WP, 1 HBP: ďPersonally, I donít feel like I pitched that bad. I was throwing a lot of balls and getting into too deep counts, but itís the first start of the year. Ö Iím not throwing strikes. It has nothing to do with mechanics. Itís just one of those games where you feel good but youíre not...
glad he's getting this opportunity, some seem to be down on him. what's the rationale?
A brilliant play by him in the 7th to keep out of the DP to take the force off and to let Nunez score. Good game last night.
I didn't see a thread for him on here. He's had a great day today. It would be nice if he could get familiar with that porch at YS.
If he plays today he will be the 30th player since 1916 to make his MLB debut on his birthday. I found players who had at least 1 batter faced or 1 plate appearance, so if a player made his MLB debut in the field without having either of those he isn't included. He would be the first Yankee since 1916 to make his MLB debut on his birthday. Robert Manuel was the last player to make his MLB debut on his birthday which he did on July 9, 2009 with Cincinnati.
He pushed all the right buttons last night!!
Finally got his call-up, and got into a game for the first time tonight... lots of hard hit balls and long outs, but can't argue with 3 scoreless
with a body like that, who needs to throw 95?
Just wanted the honor to start this thread. One of the all-time greats!!
We'll see if he plays tonight.
Pitched five solid innings today for 3 hits, 1 walk and 3 strikeouts. Deserved his shutout and was looking confident. Hopefully he can turn some more similar performances before the end of ST.
He is the definition of No.2 pitcher. His stuff may not be the best in the league. But he knows how to pitch.
14 runs on 18 hits tonight, including 5 HRs.
Not too shabby.
https://twitter.com/DanBarbarisi says Brignac will come and Alberto Gonzalez has been designated for assignment. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/b/brignre01.shtml has Brignac's statistics.
So far this season he's 3-0 with a 2.79 ERA. He's struck out 26 batters while only issuing 4 walks. His WHIP is 0.83 & he has 9 holds.
Kudos to mr.roy for pointing out that he didn't have a thread of his own yet.
1st pitch, see ya. Way to cough up that 3-2 lead. Pure garbage.
Didn't see one yet, and he starts today.
Hopefully he pitches well in his walk year.
His fastball had some great movement last night... Got it up to 83 MPH and really tied up that hitter.
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