4.30.2005
 
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  • I've touched on this before; David Bush away from SkyDome is not the same pitcher he is at home:
    Home: 10 starts, 4-2, 65.0, 2.77, 1.17, .230
    Away: 10 starts, 1-5, 54.2, 5.43, 1.30, .282
    He's never pitched at Yankee Stadium.
    Another great thing about Bush is that lefties hie .293 against him and righties hit .200.

  • Cliff Lee career vs KC:
    3-1, 28.1, 1.91, 0.99, .162

  • Denny Batista has given up 19 hits and 11 runs in 9.1 innings against Cleveland.

  • Jamie Moyer continues an amazing streak, starting his 6th straight day game this year. So far he's 4-0 with a 2.53 ERA. His career day numbers are even with his career night numbers, although last season he was slightly worse at day. In 2003, he was slightly better.
    Career at Network Associates:
    21 starts, 10-5, 131.0, 3.50, 1.18, .244
    Last season against Oakland, Moyer was 0-1 in 4 starts with a 6.33 ERA and .345 opponent's BA.

  • Kelvim Escobar career indoors:
    14-21, 234.2, 5.52, 1.63, .295
    At Metrodome:
    2-2, 21.2, 6.23, 1.43, .262

  • Assuming Arroyo appeals his suspension, he's only made one career start in Arlington:
    0-0, 6.0, 3H, 2R, 2BB, 5K

  • Pedro Astacio has been good this year, but he got hit hard 04.24.05 in New York. His other outings were against Oakland, Toronto, and Seattle. Career at Arlington:
    2-2, 28.0, 2.89, 1.32, .275, and 3 unearned runs.

  • Brandon Backe career at Minute Maid:
    5-1, 50.0, 2.88, 1.20, .247


4.29.2005
 
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  • Jason Schmidt's next start is in doubt because he threw 131 pitches in his last start.

  • The next big debate in sports is going to be things like this. David Dellucci came into this season a career .261 hitter with a .333 OBP. This season, not only has Dellucci's been around .300 all season, but he's taken 19 walks so far for an OBP of .485 and OPS of 1.118. Clearly, being more selective has improved his production but there is more too it. Dellucci has joined a growing class of major leaguers who have undergone Lasik surgery to improve their vision. Tiger Woods had it too, and to my knowledge, Troy Glaus, Brett Boone, and now Dellucci have. This college player has done it and I see now that Aaron Sele did too. Who else? Over the line or not, there should be a list of everyone who's done it. At least so we can pick them up on our fantasy teams.

  • Nate Robertson last season versus CWS:
    1-1, 26.0, 5.54, 1.38, .298
    Career at Comisky:
    0-1, 12.0, 9.00, 1.67, .340

  • Jose Contreras career at Comisky:
    8 starts, 2-1, 51.1, 3.16, 1.27, .221

  • Chicago (AL) is hitting .298 against LHP.

  • Chicago is 8-0 in series openers. 3-0 after a win, 4-0 after a loss.

  • Tim Wakefield career at Arlington:
    3-8, 60.1, 5.37, 1.52, .269
    But he's only given up 6 homeruns in those 60 innings. Last year, Wakefield made one start in Arlington:
    0-1, 7.0, 5H, 2ER, 1HR, 0BB, 4K

  • Paul Byrd career at the Metrodome:
    4 starts, 3-0, 27.0, 2.00, 1.04, .240
    Career indoors:
    7-3, 88.0, 3.17, 1.01, .229

  • Carlos Silva last season against ANA:
    2-0, 21.1, 1.27, 1.27, .268
    BvsP:
    Anderson- 1/5
    Cabrera- 4/9
    DaVanon- 2/4
    Erstad- 4/11
    Figgins- 1/9
    Finley- 1/3
    Guerrero- 6/17

  • Danny Haren still has only made one career start in Oakland. This 2-5 loss to the Blue Jays on 04.12.05.

  • Florida is hitting .331 against LHP, .258 against RHP.

  • Randy Wolf career BvsP:
    Cabrera- 5/11
    Castillo- 17/40, 1HR
    Conine- 3/10, 2HR
    Delgado- 2/9
    Encarnacion- 6/16, 3HR
    Lo Duca- 4/13, 2HR
    Lowell- 10/35, 2HR
    Pierre- 11/25
    By my math, that's 58/159 for a .365 average and 10 HRs. Oops.

  • A.J. Burnett career at Citizens Bank:
    0-1, 9.2, 1.86, 1.03, .257
    and last year againt the Phillies:
    1-1, 14.2, 2.45, 1.43, .293
    On 04.12.05 in Florida:
    9 innings, 8 hits, 2 earned runs, 0 walks, 3 strike outs.

  • In Mark Mulder's last two starts, he has not only failed to surrender an earned run, but he's thrown 132 of his 196 pitches for strikes (67%).

  • The Braves are hitting over .100 points higher against LHP (.339) than they are against RHP (.226

  • Greg Maddux career at Minute Maid:
    3-1, 25.2, 4.56, 1.32, .308

  • Roger Clemens career at Minute Maid:
    13-3, 147.0, 2.51, 1.02, .206


4.28.2005
 
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Off today.
Today's lineup of games is uninspiring.


4.27.2005
 
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A few day game notes:

  • Freddy Garcia career at Network Colloseum:
    3-2, 43.1, 3.74, 1.06, .194
    He's also solid in day games:
    35-11, 429.1, 3.38, 1.26, .236

  • Mike Hampton career at Shea:
    14-11, 210.2, 2.86, 1.29, .242
    But last yet against the Mets:
    2-1, 19.2, 7.32, 1.73, .329
    Two of those outings were at the beginning of the 2004 season:
    04.07.04 and 04.12.04
    Hampton got hot in July of last season. His last outing against NYM was 7.25.04.
    In that game he struggled only against Jose Reyes.
    Also, Carlos Beltran is 5/7 lifetime against Hampton.

  • Tom Glavine has always struggled against his former team.
    1-6, 37.0, 8.76, 1.92, .353

  • Teams playing their last game of a road trip today:
    Houston, 0-4 so far
    Atlanta, 1-1
    San Diego, 1-4
    Philly, 1-4
    Chicago (AL) 6-1
    Baltimore 5-0

  • Still liking the Astros from yesterday. The pitching matchup is the same.

  • Daniel Cabrera career vs Boston:
    2 starts, 0-1, 6.0, 12H, 11ER, 6BB, 5K

  • Wakefield BvsP:
    Bellhorn- 0/3
    Damon- 10/36, 1HR
    Millar- 3/4
    Ortiz- 3/11
    Payton- 0/4
    Ramirez- 6/26
    Renteria- 3/11

  • More later
UPDATE:
12:33 EST
  • Jeremy Bonderman has struggled against Cleveland and at Jacobs field:
    2-5, 49.0, 7.35, 1.73, .302
    1-3, 22.0, 7.77, 2.00, .333

  • A's Nation thinks (read: hopes) that last night's 9 run effort is the turning point for the A's offense. If they can score against Garcia today, I'll be convinced.

  • Jason Isringhausen says he's not going to 'be slowed down all year' by his recent injury. The Post-Dispatch speculates that Julian Tavarez will take over closer duties in Izzy's absence.

  • Armando Benitez was also hurt last night. He's got an MRI today. No word from Alou yet who would take over as the Giants' closer.

  • LaTroy Hawkins gets another shot at closing, mostly because he's the only option right now.

  • Watch out for Danny Kolb's job too.

  • Great post from Baseball Musings about how the unexpected happened last night in Oakland.

  • Also on my list of disappointments is Joel Pineiro giving up four HRs and still winning.

  • The Devil Rays have been working to get better against LHPs. They called up Jomey Gomes last week, they traded for Nick Green last month, and they signed Josh Phelps and Alex Gonzalez during the offseason EDIT: Eduardo Perez too. The Rays are hitting .292 against lefties this season. The Jays are at .312. Tonight's game is a rematch from 04.05.05

  • Ryan Franklin career at Arlington:
    12 G, 5 starts, 2-3, 33.2, 8.02, 1.87, .331

  • Seattle is batting .219 against LHPs.

  • Al Leiter career at Coors:
    2-3, 38.0, 6.63, 1.71, .298

  • The Marlins are hitting .331 against LHPs and the Rockies are hitting .315 against LHPs.

4.26.2005
 
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  • NY Times article on Ichrio. The writer, Bob Sherwin, suggests that the Mariners' right fielder made a slight adjustment in his batting stance on 06.24.04 and that was the cause for his second half surge last year that has carried over into a tremendous start to the 2005 season.
    USS Mariner also weighs in:
    Giving immediate credence to the June 24 Hypothesis are the numbers from that day forward. In the 480 at bats he’s recorded since moving his front leg a few inches, Ichiro has 191 hits.

    That’s a significant hunk of time — a little over two-thirds of an average season — at a .398 clip, folks.
  • Lance Berkman's return draws closer:
    Berkman went 3-for-5 on the day with two home runs, a double and three RBIs.

    "He played three innings, and all in all, did very well," reported Garner. "It was good. Admittedly, he was a little bit slow on his takeoff in the field, but we expected that. Otherwise, there was a double hit down the line and he had to go get it, and he did a pretty good job getting there and getting it in. All in all, it was a pretty good day for him."
  • Eric Gagne:
    Dodgers closer Eric Gagne threw off a mound for the first time since going on the disabled list April 1 due to a sprained ligament in his pitching elbow. "He felt great. He had no pain," trainer Stan Johnston said. There is no timetable for Gagne's return.
  • Yesterday's pick up is today's disappointment. Chad Fox was brought in to a non-save situation last night and he left with an arm injury.
    Fox, who was just installed as the Cubs’ closer, left the game with his right arm drooping in the ninth inning after throwing a pitch to the Reds’ Jason LaRue.
    The mood around the club was much the same as it was last week after a victory in St. Louis, where shortstop Nomar Garciaparra suffered a severe groin injury.
  • One of my favorite finds of the week; maybe month: covers.com has matchup stats for certain umpires.

  • Yes, Dewon Brazelton is 0-12 on the road for his career. Yes, his away ERA is 8.42 and his opponents' BA is .331. But don't take for granted that he's going to get shelled by the Blue Jays tonight. Besides Toronto's turnover of their hitting coach, perhaps Dewon's road struggles are more indicative of a poor outdoor record, as opposed to a poor road record. He only has three career road dome starts, so it's too early to call, but I'll be watching tonight to see how well he pitches.

  • Ted Lilly has a decent history against Tampa's two best hitters.
    Crawford- 3/15
    Huff- 2/16

  • Rodrigo Lopez career at Fenway:
    5-1, 47.1, 2.09, 1.14, .218

  • Joel Pinero career at Arlington:
    0-3, 32.0, 5.91, 1.44, .296

  • Josh Beckett career at Coors:
    2-0, 13.0, 4.15, 1.23, .220

  • The Nationals are going to rebuild their mound on May 3rd because of so many complaints that it's terrible. Jon Lieber starts there tonight.

  • I'm a little upset I chickened out on picking the Pirates yesterday. The Astros are now 1-9 on the road and I knew that Perez was going to come out throwing. More matchup notes coming later.

UPDATE:
15:30 EST
  • Five days ago, Lopez versus Clement turned into a 1-0 duel. The only run of the game was unearned and came on a Vazquez groundout.
    Lopez is 8-4 career versus Boston, with a 3.40 ERA.
    Clement is 3-0 versus Baltimore, with a 1.33 ERA.
    A couple of other notes from covers.com:
    Under 6-0 in Clement's last six starts.
    Home team is 1-7 in last eight meetings.

  • The Rangers got their first day off of the year on Monday and Showalter sat Blalock on Sunday to give him an extra day off. The Mariners, meanwhile, have a number of players still battling the flu. They are beginning a six game, AL West road trip tonight.

  • Mark Buerhle career at Network Associates:
    0-4, 41.1, 3.92, 1.16, .247

  • Rich Harden career at home:
    9-4, 138.1, 3.06, 1.22, .220
    And against Chicago:
    2-1, 20.0, 2.25, 0.80, .197

  • Bruce Froemming is BHP (behind home plate) tonight in Oakland. His three previous BHP games (I can't believe I'm doing this!) this season all came in under 7 (the total for tonights game). Also, the last nine meetings between these two have been under, and the under is 4-1-1 in Oakland's last six home games.

  • Chicago is an amazing 6-0 on their current 8 game road trip. They've taken two in Detroit, three in KC, and last night in Oakland. No way, they go 8-0. RIght? No way?

  • Andy Pettite was 2-0 last year against the Pirates, with a 0.82 ERA. He gave up 3 hits in 11 innings against them.

  • Kip Wells has walked either 4 or 5 batters in each of his four starts this season. He has 18 total walks, compared to 19 Ks.

  • Who is John Patterson? He started last year pretty well before falling off with a groin injury. Here's a little mlb.com story about his turn around. Patterson did face the Phillies in April last year and he gave up 5 runs in 4 innings, including 3 HRs (Bell, Burrell, Polanco).

  • Before opening day, Lieber hadn't faced the WAS/MON franchise since 2001. He struggled against the Nats on 04.04.05, giving up 10 hits and 3 runs in 5.2, but still got the win.

  • In the Phillies last four games, all on the road, they've hit .226, .194, .194, and 212. They're also 0-3 after winning game 1 of a series.

  • Jason Schmidt strangley struggled last year at home against San Diego.
    On 04.21.04 he gave up 7 (6 earned) in 4.0.
    On 07.22.04 he gave up 8 in 5.2.
    On 09.18.04 he gave up 5 in 7.2
    All three were SF losses. Jay Payton (now with BOS) and Mark Loretta seemed to give him the most troubles in those games.

BEACH PICKS GONE WILD, 10 Total today
Best looks: Houston, Bal/Bos Under


4.25.2005
 
Baseball Daily
  • Chad Fox will get a shot at closing games in Dusty Baker's new 'closer by situation' bullpen.

  • The White Sox may call up Brandon McCarthy to start this Friday night.

  • It appears to be a cool, windy day around most of the the Northeast.
    Boston, Washington, and New York are all hosting games today.

  • Chen vs Wells again today.
    Their game on 4.20.05 was 1-0 BSox after five before they broke it open.
    That was in Baltimore. Today the game is at Fenway.
    Boston's still only hitting .217 against LHPs while Baltimore is at .294.
    Boston is 6-2 at home.
    Baltimore is 7-2 on road.
    It's about 50 degrees and windy (24 mph SW) in Boston today.

  • Jon Garland at Network Colosseum:
    0-3, 14.2, 6.75, 1.91, .328
    Last season, he was a little better there:
    0-1, 7.0, 6H, 4R, 3ER, 5BB, 2K
    BvsP:
    Byrnes- 3/7
    Chavez- 5/11, 2HR
    Durazo- 2/11
    Ellis- 2/10, 1HR
    Hatteberg- 5/13, 1HR
    Kielty- 2/14, 2HR
    Kotsay- 2/8

  • Barry Zito career vs CHW:
    5-1, 46.1, 3.30, 1.10, .217
    And even as he struggled last year, he was still effective against Chicago:
    1-0, 13.2, 3.29, 0.95, .220
    BvsP:
    Crede- 2/11
    Dye- 2/3
    Everett- 5/21
    Konerko- 5/19, 1HR
    Pierzynski- 0/12
    Rowand- 3/13
    Uribe- 0/5

  • CHW is batting .297 against LHPs.
    They've won 7 in a row, 4 of which came by 1 run.
    They're 7-0 in series openers, while Oakland is just 2-5.
    They've lead in all 19 games this season.

  • Roy Oswalt at PNC:
    6 starts, 2-2, 42.1, 2.76, 1.13, .250
    Oliver Perez talked to his catcher after another poor start last week. He's eventually going to turn things around.

  • Houston is 1-8 on the road, Pittsburgh is 1-6 at home.
    The Astros are batting .198 against LHPs.
    The Pirates are batting .232 overall.

  • The Mets are hitting .316 against LHPs

  • Ramirez and Heilman faced each other 04.09.05 and the Braves won at home, 6-3. Both starters didn't make it past the 5th inning.

  • Heilman BvsP:
    Estrada- 2/8
    Furcal- 2/11
    Giles- 4/7
    C Jones- 3/8, 2HR
    A Jones- 4/11, 1HR
    Jordan- 1/2, 1HR
    LaRoche- 4/7, 1HR

  • Braves Beat reports that Atlanta is hitting .282/.363/.466 at home and just .214/.271.325 on the road.

  • Paul Wilson career at Wrigley:
    0-3, 27.2, 7.48, 1.70, .289

  • Mark Prior career vs CIN:
    1-2, 34.2, 1.82, 0.89, .190
    Prior beat the Reds 7-1 on 04.19.05.

  • Wes Obermueller made 1 start at Busch in 2003 and he only lasted 2.1, giving up 7H, 7ER, and walked 3.
    Larry Walker is 2/2 with a HR and Jim Edmonds is 2/3 with a HR against him.

  • Jeff Suppan BvsP:
    Branyan- 0/9
    Cirillo- 5/17
    Clark- 7/12, 2HR
    Helms- 3/10
    Jenkins- 4/22
    Lee- 9/38, 2HR
    Overbay- 4/10
    Spivey- 3/11

  • STL is 9-1 over their last 10 with a 1.78 team ERA. Suppan threw 8.1 scoreless innings in Milwaukee on 04.15.05.

  • Javier Vazquez at Dodger Stadium:
    1-3, 23.0, 4.70, 1.26, .239

  • The DBacks are coming off a three game sweep of SD at home. They're 9-3 at Bank One, and 2-5 on the road.
    The Dodgers are 5-0 at home.

UPDATE:
  • Paul Wilson last season at Wrigley:
    0-0, 10.2, 15H, 11R, 10ER, 5HR, 7BB, 8K

  • Mark Prior has had a disturbing trend of pitching much better away from Wrigley, than in it.
    In 2004 his was 5.23, 1.50, .282 at home and 2.53, 1.16, .210 away.

  • Juff Suppan also has that trend going.
    2004 at home:
    6-8, 4.75, 1.52, .299
    Away:
    10-1, 3.55, 1.20, .226


 
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Quick catch up on the NHL. The Ice Block pointed me to these two sources for news of NHL players in Europe.

Jamie Fitzpatrick's winners and losers.
NHLPA Members in Europe

These two links don't really mean much now, but when it comes time to scout the 2005-06 season, if there is one, we'll need any info we can get from the 2004-05 season that was (for some). Just because there wasn't a NHL, doesn't mean hockey players weren't getting better or getting worse.



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