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Vintage, dealing all night. Cervelli's play at the plate was huge.
He pushed all the right buttons last night!!
3-3 today against the Orioles in ST. Seems to me that Gardner is getting a lot of attention from the media for some reason. Is it the move to CF? Is it also because Granderson is out? Either way, dude is hella funny/honest.
His first MLB pitch was a ball.
Edit: Michael Saunders flied out to center so he got his first opposing batter out.
I don't see such a thread in this forum, so I will start it.
It's only three plus games so far, but if we keep getting anything close to what Vernon has given us to date (4 for 12, 2 HR, 4 RBI), I will be extremely happy.
He got promoted to MLB. http://www.milb.com/milb/stats/stats.jsp?sid=milb&t=p_pbp&pid=502011 has his minor league statistics.
According to baseball-reference, there have been two players named Claiborne before but neither used that name. Claiborne Henry Bryant, who played from 1935 to 1940, called himself Clay. Active pitcher Daniel Hudson, who is injured, has the middle name Claiborne.
First sighting, may 2012 be a long, healthy, and productive season!
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.
Two weeks into the season and still no thread for him.
Throwing some gas in Toronto right now.
I don't think the 2013 version is out yet so.... all things considered, Warren did a solid job tonight and I thought that other than allowing that 2R single to Bradley when he first entered, he really gave the Yankee bats a chance to get back into the game with his 5+ innings.
He's back in the lineup batting seventh today if he gets through batting practice okay.
Injuries to Tex, ARod, Granderson and Hughes? Dime store catchers manning the plate? One of the older, if not, oldest teams in the game? Signing an old, declining player to replace Swisher in RF? Signing two other aging, declining, beat-up players with the words "Nick Johnson" written across their foreheads?
Not to worry! After all, we are the Yankees, and don't you forget it! A record-breaking 122 wins during the regular season is upon us and we will, in fact, glide through the...
http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/n/nelsoch01.shtml has his career statistics. He has a career .824 OPS at home and .640 OPS away.
Might as well start this off with Angel Hernandez' strike two call in the ninth inning of the WBC game between the US and the DR:
He reported to camp today.
Maybe if I start the thread he'll have a good year?
LOL Never crossed my mind I would ever be creating a Performance Thread for Kevin Youkilis! hahaha Wish you the best, Kevin!
"Yankees to call up Vidal Nuno from Triple-A
By Mike Axisa
According to farmhand Manny Barreda, the Yankees are calling up left-hander Vidal Nuno from Triple-A. The move suggests Ivan Nova is headed to the DL after leaving last night’s start with elbow pain. The team will need to clear a 40-man spot, with the easiest move being Derek Jeter to the 60-day DL.
Nuno, 25, has pitched to a 1.54 ERA (2.34 FIP) with 26 strikeouts and just two walks in 23.1 innings for Triple-A Scranton this month...
He homered against Verlander today.
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