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  • Writer's picturePaul Semendinger

Quick Hit: A Split Is All They Get

The Rays won today 4-2.


The Yankees won the first two games, then dropped the last two.


Let's hope they get healthy soon.

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Robert Malchman
Robert Malchman
May 29, 2022

If you sum the run expectancies for first and third one out, same with no outs, first and second no outs, you get about 4.2. The Yankees got zero. They went 0-9 with RISP. This is what happened last year.


Oh, and as a bonus, Mariachio walks two and hits one to bring in both of Severino's runners, providing the margin of victory. He needs to be returned to Triple-A immediately.

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fuster
May 29, 2022
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from what I saw, Hicks looked a little better at the plate today. should have had a hot or two

and Andujar again is starting to look like a hitter while looking almost as though he can play a little left.


if LoCastro and Stanton are a week away, nothing more immediate may be required in the outfield.


the bullpen might be more of a worry

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