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Felt bad for the kid today - between Ellsbury's gaffe, Romine's lousy pitch calling, and silent Yankee bats, he deserved a better fate than the box score will show.
He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/r/refsnro01.shtml has his MLB statistics and http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=refsny000rob has his minor league statistics.
The $85 million man has batted .104 over the past 30 days. .104! He's now batting .216 on the season. The bad news is that it only gets worse from here since McCann is a first half player. Over his career, his OPS is 50 points lower in the 2nd half. Last year it was 100 points lower.
It's getting harder and harder to watch this guy. Another oh-fer last night. What a train wreck of a signing. A .277 hitter with Atlanta, he's been a .231 hitter for the first half of his contract in NY. The bad...
Can't believe there's no thread for him yet. (Though he's already been named Team Bitch once!)
I thought I might as well start it off with these two tweets:
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He was promoted and gets his first MLB start tonight if the weather lets the Yankees play. He's batting sixth and is the DH.
Originally Posted by groundhoggator
Here is the official 40 man roster (a/o 10/11/2016)
Players on 2016 closing 40 man roster
Active Roster = Bold - on 25 man roster
There is going to be alot of pressure on the new Yankee pitching coach right from the start to get the most out of an "incomplete" pitching staff, as Cashman has called it.
Will he be up to the task? If so, he could be the most important acquisition the Yanks made this offseason.
How this thread never got created amazes me:
1). He's not mentally capable of being a closer
2). Did the coaches only care about his 100+ MPH fastball during past spring trainings? His fielding sucks and he chokes during high pressure situations
3). Might as well bring back Chapman
Dellin the setup man and Dellin the 7th inning man is way more potent than Dellin the closer
Doesn't have his own thread yet?
Well, that was a refreshing turn of events.
Two run double in first AB, breaking the Keuchel dominant streak of scoreless innings against the Yankees, and already outproducing '15 Yankee 2B. Welcome to the club!
He had the Yankees' first quality start of the season.
Nice to see the notoriously slow starting Tex off to a nice start. Just hit HR #2 in game 3, an opposite field 3 run dinger.
So funny to watch him bust out of the box. Mouth breather!
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He was promoted today. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=bleier001ric has his minor league statistics.
His last 45 pitchers have been part of 7 plate appearances which had 4 strikeouts, 3 walks, and no balls in play.
Edit: A single by Josh Donaldson on Tanaka's 59th pitch ended a streak of 49 consecutive pitches not hit in play.
Edit again: Going back to last year, tonight is his third consecutive no decision.
Says his goal is 200 IP.
Big Mike is looking very Big.
Mitchell earned the win in his first start of the season.
5 IP, 4 h, 2 SO, 2 BB, 0 runs.
He made his MLB debut on April 8 without getting a topic here and now he's back.
Signed today off waivers from Seattle. No word on if reporting to Bronx or Scranton.
He was signed by the Yankees after being released by Boston 3 days ago. http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/l/layneto01.shtml has his statistics.
http://www.baseball-reference.com/players/s/solando01.shtml has his statistics from Miami from 2012 to 2015. http://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.cgi?id=solano001don has his minor league statistics. He's batting seventh and playing second base tonight.
The Clippard is coming home...
Batting fifth tonight
He just got his first hit since June 19, 2015.
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