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  • Writer's picturePhilip Cashier

Game 43: Yanks (23-19) vs BJs (24-16)


 

Cordero gets the start as an Opemer.

Hicks is back!!! And in CF!!!!

Bader is off

Bauers leads off

DJ is off

Now, can someone explain to be why with the Yanks -- using a bull pen game -- do they decide to sit two productive hitters?

 

YANKS


Bauers, LF -- .292 (144)

Judge, RF -- .261 (137)

Rizzo, 1B -- .312 (158)

Torres, 2B -- .250 (120)

Calhoun, DH -- .226 (75)

Volpe, SS -- .218 (93)

Cabrera, 3B -- .220 (64)

Higashioka, C -- .212 (91)

Hicks, CF -- .153 (28)

Cordero, P -- 3-1, 2.81

 

BJs


Springer, RF -- .225

Bichette, SS -- .320

Guererro, DH -- .315

Varsho, LF -- .228

Chapman, 3B -- .317

Merrifield, 2B -- .281

Belt, 1B -- .244

Kirk, C -- .225

Kiermaier, CF -- .211

Manoah, P-- 1-3, 4.83

 

Game on YES and MLBN (OOM)

 

NEXT UP: Tues., 5/16, 7 pm, at Toronto

28 comments

28 Comments


fuster
May 16, 2023

when I was lately ranting about Yankees losing but showing well, it was not looked upon as other than a bit of mulch.


tonight we witnessed a Toronto team that was throttled for 7 innings

and then was allowed to make a bit of an impression in the 8th.


it was not fully comparable to recent games, but the Jays put a hitch in the Yankees' swagger

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
May 16, 2023

This is what happens when you give a team five outs in an inning. The defense is grotesque.

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fuster
May 16, 2023
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indefensible

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fuster
May 16, 2023

BLAST OFF !

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
May 16, 2023

I'm happy, of course, that they are up 6-0, but there were also two innings with a runner on third and one out, and they got neither of them in. That's a recurring problem.

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fuster
May 16, 2023

this big Toronto guy

is pitching like total manoah

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fuster
May 16, 2023
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the secind is good


only partial credit for the first

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