Daily Archives: April 17, 2012
Empire State Yankees L 4-2
PTF Romine (DL)
Francisco Cervelli – 1R, 3H, 1K
Ramiro Pena – 1H (double), 1RBI, 1BB, 1K
PTF Dellin Betances (N/A)
Michael O’Connor – 3.2IP, 1H, 0ER, 2BB, 3K,
Chase Whitley – 2.2IP, 6H, 3R, 3ER, 4K
Juan Cedeno – 1.2IP, 1H, 1R, 1ER, 1BB, 3K
Jason Bulger – 1.0IP, 1H
Trenton Thunder W 6-2
PTF Zolio Almonte – 1R, 1H (Double), 1RBI, 2K, .273
Abraham Almonte – 3R, 3H (Double, Solo Homer), 1RBI, 2BB
Walter Ibarra - 1R, 2H (double), 1RBI
PTF Brett Marshall -6.0IP, 4H, 2R, 2ER, 1BB, 3K, 5.40 ERA
Francisco Rondon – 1.0IP, 2BB, 1K
Lee Hyde – 1.0IP, 2H, 1K
Ryan Flannery – 1.0, 1BB, 1K
Tampa Yankees W 2-1
PTF J.R. Murphy – Had the winning hit in the bottom of the 9th. 1R, 3H, 1RBI
Eduardo Sosa had the other RBI in the game.
PTF Nik Turley (N/A)
Shane Greene – 5.2IP, 4H, 1ER, 4BB, 5K
Branden Pinder – 2.1IP, 3H, 0ER, 1BB, 3K
Mark Montgomery (W1-1) – 1.0IP, 1H, 1K
Charleston River Dogs W 7-3 F/11
The River Dogs scored 4 runs in the top of the 11th to win.
PTF Dante Bichette Jr. – 1H, 1RBI, .311
Mason Williams – 2R, 1H, .315
Tyler Austin – 1R, 2H, 1BB, .450
Benjamin Gamel – 2H (Double), 2RBI, 1K
PTF Bryan Mitchell (N/A)
Caleb Cotham – 4.0IP, 4H, 0ER, 5K
Wilton Rodriguez – 4.0IP, 3H, 3R, 2ER, 1BB, 3K
Phillip Wertherell – 3.0IP, 2BB, 2K
Lineup vs. Twins:
CC Sabathia LHP
Start Time: 7:05pm
Stadium: Yankee Stadium
T.V: YES Network
Yankees Fact: The two Yankees with very good numbers off of Francisco Liriano are Derek Jeter (.353, 6 for 17) and Brett Gardner (.417, 5 for 12).
Enjoy the game everyone!
Check out these other great article’s from around the Yankee Blogs.
* An A-Blog for A-Rod is Phrustrated with Phil Hughes.
* Bleeding Yankee Blue asks why not make Nunez and outfielder.
* Bronx Baseball Daily has a story on the Yankees bringing back Jim Leyritz to work for the organization.
* It’s About the Money Stupid takes a look at Russell Martin’s odd offensive start.
* Lady Loves Pinstripes writes how the Yankees are out of Phil Hughes excuses.
* New York Baseball Digest asks where does Derek Jeter’s ascent up the hit chart take him?
* Pinstripe Alley asks what makes a good baseball broadcast?
* River Ave Blues has a great article analyzing Teixeira’s performance as a right-handed batter.
* The Captain’s Blog ponders if Ivan Nova is lucky or good.
* The Greedy Pinstripes writes about whether or not the shift is just a fad.
* The Yankee Analysts asks if Jeter’s hot start will last.
* Yanks Go Yard writes to not bet on DJ4K.
This seems to be an ongoing pattern for Freddy Garcia & the Yankees. After a start where he threw 5 Wild Pitches, Garcia kept giving up runs. Lots and lots of runs in a 7-3 loss to the Twins.
GARCIA: THE ODD MAN OUT?: Freddy Garcia just didn’t have it. He gave up 2 runs in the first inning before settling down until the fifth. Then Garcia gave up another 2 runs in the fifth and another run in the 6th before he was lifted in favor of Boone Logan. The way that Freddy Garcia (and Phil Hughes) are pitching, it looks as if the rotation will shape itself up as soon as Michael Pineda & Andy Pettitte return.
OFFENSE STARTED…THEN STOPPED: The Yankees easily came back from their first inning deficit with 2 back to back homers from Derek Jeter & Curtis Granderson but after the Yankees scored 3 runs in the first…the offense just stopped. The Yankees bats were shut down by Carl Pavano (really Yankees?) and the Twins bullpen (again…really Yankees?).
GRANDY FLASHES SOME LEATHER: Curtis Granderson didn’t just have a HR. He also made some flashy plays in the outfield. Then again, when your left field teammate is as fast as you are, you end up feeling like a daredevil going after baseballs when you know he has your back.
WHAT’S NEXT: The Yankees will try round 2 with CC Sabathia on the mound. Francisco Liriano will pitch for the Twins. The game is on YES Network and first pitch is at 7:05pm.