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Game 155: Diamondbacks (81-73) vs Yankees (78-76)


Stanton sits.


Judge at DH.

Fangraphs has Yankees as 54% favorites to win the game.



Marte, 2B -- .279

Carroll, RF -- .284

Pham, DH -- .261

Walker, 1B -- .261

Hurriel, LF -- .261

Longoria, 3B -- .222

Moreno, C -- .290

Thomas, CF -- .237

Perdomo, SS -- .253

Gallen, P -- 16-8, 3.60



LeMahieu, 1B -- .242 (100)

Judge, DH -- .267 (173)

Torres, 2B -- .271 (122)

Wells, C -- .170 (36)

Volpe, SS -- .209 (87)

Kiner-Falefa, LF -- .244 (84)

Cabrera, RF -- .221 (70)

Peraza, 3B -- .204 (59)

Florial, CF -- .229 (99)

Rodon, P -- 3-6, 5.90


Game on YES


NEXT UP: Mon, 9/25, 1:05 pm, vs Arizona


7 kommentarer

Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
24 sep. 2023

Ro-done. After the first two hits, it was clear. Boone should have pulled him.


Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
24 sep. 2023

Three True Outcomes don't work so great when you have three or four home runs knocked down or blown foul by a tropical storm wind.


Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
24 sep. 2023

Florial on third, one out. LeMahieu strikeout, Judge strikeout, nothing. Ladies and gentlemen, your 2023 New York Yankees in a nutshell.


Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
24 sep. 2023

I knew the umpires were part of the field, but I never knew that if you hit one, it was a dead ball with runners advancing only one base. Is it also true the other way, that is, if the ball hits the umpire and ricochets to a fielder, can he make a force or tag play to get an out?

24 sep. 2023

only if it is ruled that the umpire moved from his station with the intent of making contact with the ball and the rarely invoked umpire interference is called can there be an out.

and it's the umpire who is called out, forced to leave the field

and late suffers an ejection


Alan B.
Alan B.
24 sep. 2023

Why is the lineup generally the same everyday? Wells plays, he's batting 4th. 26, 99, 25, & 27 are 1, 2, 3, & 5. Volpe is hitting really no lowee than 7th. Peraza is 8 or 9.

24 sep. 2023

might be that the line-up is generally the same because the back half of the line-up are not impressive hitters.

they've got #26 leading off because #26 is a smart hitter who will know how to maximize the relatively good pitches that he'll see bating ahead of #99

the guy batting behind #99, #25 is doing so because he's currently the best protection for #99, given that #48 and #89 are both injured

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