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Postgame notes: “Really pleased with…”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Aug 14, 2013 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

CC Sabathia

The Yankees have been starved for offense for about three months now, and tonight they scored 14 runs. Alfonso Soriano, the team’s only trade addition, had the go-ahead two-run homer and finished with a career-high six RBI. Curtis Granderson and Alex Rodriguez, the guys who have missed most of the year on the disabled list, each contributed with three hits for Granderson and a two-out, two-run double by Rodriguez. Eduardo Nunez matched a career high with four RBI; Vernon Wells had his first homer since mid-May; Lyle Overbay started against a lefty and had three hits.

So as Joe Girardi sat for his postgame press conference, what was he focused on?

“CC,” Girardi said. “I was really pleased with what CC did tonight. But I’ll take 14 runs every night.”

Impossible to dismiss what the Yankees lineup did tonight, but can’t overlook Sabathia’s outing either. Walks were a real problem, and he gave up another home run that put the Yankees in an early hole, but this was his second straight start that brought at least some promising results. And it was his first win since July 3. Three hits were the fewest he’d allowed since May 9.

“He probably should’ve pitched about eight innings with as many outs as he got,” Girardi said. “But we gave him a lot of extra outs. He kept them in check. He gave up the two hits in the first, and he didn’t give up another one until the seventh. … I thought his fastball command was really good. I thought his changeup was pretty good tonight. He didn’t use a ton of sliders but he threw some good ones. But it was his fastball command.”

Sabathia used the term “battle” to describe this one. He’s used that word a lot this season, but tonight it came in a positive context. In some ways, this was a reminder of the way Sabathia used to pitch on his less-than-great nights: Getting big outs when he needed them, and getting past some early trouble to pitch deep in the game.

“Just making a few pitches,” he said. “I got into some tough spots tonight, but was able to make some pitches, get some outs, and that’s the biggest thing. I would get some runners on base earlier in the year and wasn’t able to make pitches, and it was a merry-go-round. Being able to able to hold these guys off and let these guys come back and score runs felt good.”

Alfonso Soriano• This was Alfonso Soriano’s 34th career multi-homer game, and his fourth of the season. It was his first multi-homer game with the Yankees since September 22, 2003 at Chicago. “It felt more like the old days,” Soriano said. “We scored 14 runs today, so I hope we can do that more often. I know it can’t happen every day because the other team gets paid to get us out, but I hope we continue playing like we played tonight.”

• Soriano has now homered three times in three games, beginning with his 2,000th career hit. “I just tried to do too much to get my 2,000,” he said. “Thank God it happened two days ago and now I’m more relaxed. I tried to see the ball better and help this team win. … I just came from the National League, so I don’t know those (pitchers). It’s a little difficult, so I just tried to get comfortable, especially with the guys I’ve never seen before. I saw a lot of video and got something in my mind to make me feel comfortable at the plate.”

• The Yankees have homered in four straight games for the first time since June 3-6. They’ve homered 16 times in their past 14 games after being held without a home run in their previous nine games. … Six Yankees had multi-hit games today, and every Yankees batter had at least one hit.

• Vernon Wells homered for the first time since May 15 against Seattle, snapping a 208 at-bat homerless stretch. Last time he homered, the Yankees were in first place by two games.

• Eduardo Nunez had four RBI, tying a career high previously reached August 28, 2010. This was his first time batting leadoff since September 27, 2011.

Mark Trumbo, Alex Rodriguez• One down side: The Yankees had some real defensive trouble today, most notably struggling with some pop fly plays to the right side. “I wasn’t real happy,” Girardi said. “It’s a tough play but I think our guys are capable of making that play. I’ll just leave it at that.”

• Lyle Overbay talking about the foul popups: “For some reason, the ball was coming back. Even on Vernon’s ball – Trout’s ball – usually when a righty hits it, it slices out a little. For some reason, tonight they were coming back in. That spot right there is a tough spot to catch balls for all of us. For Robbie and Grandy was out there too. Those are spots that (are like) the Bermuda Triangle.”

• Why did Sabathia walk six guys, including one — Chris Nelson! — with the bases loaded? “I felt like I was just missing,” Sabathia said. “I felt pretty good. I didn’t feel tired, I didn’t feel anything. I was just missing with the fastball.”

• Sabathia said he’d never been a part of a play like the one where Nelson was called out for leaving early on a fly ball to left. Ultimately, it didn’t matter once the Yankees blew the game out of reach, but it was still odd. “He was there and he was gone when I looked down, so I thought maybe there was a chance that he had left early,” Jayson Nix said. “Kind of right away, the guys on the bench were yelling at (Austin Romine) to throw it over there. I was about to start. They were yelling at him pretty quick.”

• Dellin Betances made his season debut and struck out the first two batters he faced, then he allowed five straight hits and a walk before being pulled. He wasn’t able to mop up and save the bullpen. “The first time I pitched here I wasn’t able to throw strikes,” he said. “This one, I was even though it was rough because I gave up a string of hits there. Not the way I wanted to end it. I was hoping to finish the game and give the bullpen a rest, but I gave up too many hits, missed with some pitches there. That’s pretty much it. …Just being able to pound the strike zone (was positive), but at the end of the day, you want to get outs.”

• Wells was lifted strictly for the left-on-right matchup. He’s not hurt.

• Final word goes to Girardi: “It does (spark some optimism). We got behind tonight, we were able to come back. We were able to tack on runs and put up 10 runs in three innings. That’s something we haven’t done a whole lot this year, so it is encouraging.”

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95 Responses to “Postgame notes: “Really pleased with…””

  1. Madrugador August 14th, 2013 at 12:41 am

    Not sure why anyone thinks Betances should be a starter. The guy could not throw strikes and was following in Brackman’s footsteps.

  2. scuzzles August 14th, 2013 at 12:55 am

    Bitter sweet watching this team win right now. It will only mask what this teams needs…and thats a make over from top to bottom.

  3. fantasygame101 August 14th, 2013 at 1:02 am

    6 walks plus a first inning HR and girardi is pleased. the only positive towards the future is romine can bunt and he had a single. Betances had a bad outing, hopefully it is bec. of rain delay and he bounces back.

  4. 4 NYY August 14th, 2013 at 2:38 am

    Pretty much the same as some wanting Joba to start. NEVER AGAIN

    Betances couldn’t keep his form for 3 hitters. That’s why he varied from 94 to 99 on his FB.

  5. 4TrainNorth August 14th, 2013 at 4:07 am

    Girardi should have pulled Dellin after those first two outs. Always leaving guys in a batter or two too long!

  6. Bronx Zoo August 14th, 2013 at 4:15 am

    Looks like Trumbo is ready to punch ‘ARoid’ out in that picture.

    Would serve him right for being a lying, cheating, scumball drug addict.

  7. blake August 14th, 2013 at 6:52 am

    14 runs! That’s like a weeks worth.. That was a fun game…..still think the Sori move is too little too late but I’m glad they’ll have him for next year because he’s a useful piece and he’s fun to watch…..

    Picked up a game in the WC ….gotta keep winning every night

  8. blake August 14th, 2013 at 6:55 am

    It was inevitable that if Betances had some success as a reliever then folks would want to make him a starter again…..he’s not a starter….he can’t repeat his delivery nearly well enough to start.

    I don’t put much stock in last night….it’s one outing and one where there was a rain delay. I think he could be a good reliever but even then he will probably have nights where he struggles to throw strikes…..

  9. blake August 14th, 2013 at 7:00 am

    I hope they can get Granderson back for 1 year…..he might not take that but I’m hoping he will be willing to do that to re-establish his value. Grandy has his warts but you can’t just find his power anywhere and as a complimentary player to hit 6th or 7th in the lineup he’d be tough to beat.

  10. ant928 August 14th, 2013 at 7:08 am

    Not sure if it’s legit (though they’ve been pretty accurate so far on this) but TMZ is reporting that if MLB doesn’t drop the ENTIRE suspension ARod is suing.

  11. MG August 14th, 2013 at 7:19 am

    I didn’t see the game last night but 14 runs is quite an outburst-they finally have a real major league team on the field for the first time this season and have a shot to make a run, they just need to keep it going.

    I know Soriano is an older player but he’s still in great shape and hasn’t lost much, if any, bat speed-he can really help them for the next couple of seasons and I’m glad they got him back.

  12. blake August 14th, 2013 at 7:28 am

    “I know Soriano is an older player but he’s still in great shape and hasn’t lost much, if any, bat speed-he can really help them for the next couple of seasons and I’m glad they got him back.”

    I think they said he finally went with a lighter bat and that’s helped him…..he’s not perfect but he plays hard and he has RH power which is rare these days.

    Yanks are 5.5 back of the WC now…..and maybe the most important thing from last night was that CC showed maybe a sign or two of figuring it out…..he still struggled at times and he was saved by the tag up play but he looked a little better to me ….hopefully he turns it aroud cause if they have any chance it has to be with him getting fixed and pitching better

  13. MG August 14th, 2013 at 7:39 am

    blake August 14th, 2013 at 7:28 am

    I think they said he finally went with a lighter bat and that’s helped him…..he’s not perfect but he plays hard and he has RH power which is rare these days.

    Yanks are 5.5 back of the WC now…..and maybe the most important thing from last night was that CC showed maybe a sign or two of figuring it out…..he still struggled at times and he was saved by the tag up play but he looked a little better to me ….hopefully he turns it aroud cause if they have any chance it has to be with him getting fixed and pitching better
    ———————-
    they still have a shot, I’m going to watch the game this morning and take a look at both CC and the offensive explosion.

    Adding Soriano and Granderson (along with Arod) to the lineup really helps, and Nunez has been hitting the ball pretty well also. If Jeter can get back in the lineup before they run into a slump this could be a strong offensive team again.

    You know Andy will always battle on the mound, if CC continues to pitch OK then they are going to be a factor in this before it’s over and I wouldn’t want to be the team facing them in the WC game with Kuroda on the mound…

  14. blake August 14th, 2013 at 7:45 am

    “they still have a shot, I’m going to watch the game this morning and take a look at both CC and the offensive explosion.”

    I don’t know what inning it was in but he struck Trout out on maybe the best fastball Ive seen him throw this year…..94 and on the black on inside corner…..he stayed on top of it and drove it to the stop…..that’s what he has to get back to……

  15. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 7:48 am

    Good morning.
    I only saw part of the game last night But watched a number of replays.
    Soriano had a great night with the bat and the games I’ve seen him play his glove isn’t too shabby. He has one more season on his contract.

  16. blake August 14th, 2013 at 7:51 am

    http://www.nypost.com/p/sports.....eYTpbGh6EJ

    worse contracts than Arod according to Sherman…..I don’t agree with some of them…espcially Andrus who I would love to buy low on this winter if Texas wants to move that deal.

  17. Tar August 14th, 2013 at 7:51 am

    You will be a little disgusted when you see the two non catches of the 1b side foul pop-ups.

    I can accept them sucking, I can’t accept lack of effort. Not sure what the deal is with those plays, but that kind of lackadaisicalness has to stop. Those kind of plays have happened too many times this year, and is Probably a reflection of not having the veterans around like Alex and Jeter. This team needs a Jorge type of enforcer.

  18. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 7:51 am

    MG
    The homer hit by Wells,first in almost three months, would have been off the wall in most other stadiums.

  19. Tar August 14th, 2013 at 7:52 am

    Sorry that was to MG who is watching the game now.

  20. randy l. August 14th, 2013 at 7:54 am

    “Yanks are 5.5 back of the WC now…”

    blake-

    , great keep enabling hal by being interested.

    just remember hal can’t slowly run the yankees into the ground without your and other’s interest.

    you are just encouraging the asshole.

    just remember, it is YOUR fault every time you turn on the tv and see a crappy yankee team.

    yup, personally blake’s fault :)

    that’s what i think when i read about them.

    blake’s team sucks.

  21. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 7:56 am

    Elvis Andrus, Rangers (9 years, $126.475 million): His offense has vanished and Texas just might have a better shortstop alternative in Jurickson Profar who is now blocked by Andrus’ presence.
    —–
    Blake

    Maybe the Rangers would like to take back Alex For Elvis. :)

  22. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:02 am

    “yup, personally blake’s fault :)”

    here is the thing Randy….my head knows what this team needs ….my heart won’t let me cheer for them to lose though. As I said yesterday if you take emotion out of it then the best thing for the Yankees organization would be for them to lose the rest of their games….the end result would be the same and they’d get a better draft pick for next year.

    That said you cant take emotion out of sports…..if you do that then you might as well watch simulations on the playstation……so I’m conflicted…..I know what needs to happen…..but I still want them to win.

    As far as enabling Hal…..me caring doesn’t matter…..its the casual fan that’ll watch something else on TV or not go to the stadium that’ll get Hal anyway if they don’t win…..that part is taken care of

  23. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:02 am

    Trader,
    doubtful :) but they might be open to moving him this winter……who knows.

  24. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:03 am

    From SB Nation on Fielder.

    Prince Fielder: Having his “Off” Year

    Last offseason, I ranked Tigers first baseman as my top fantasy first baseman heading into the 2013 season, but he has been a bit of a disappointment this season. His batting average, on base percentage and power are down in a big way when compared to last season. Let’s take a look:

    2011: .299-.415-.566, .267 ISO, 38 HRs, 95 runs, 120 RBI, 569 at bats

    2012: .313-.412-.528, .215 ISO, 30 HRs, 83 runs, 108 RBI, 581 at bats

    2013: .261-.352-.432, .171 ISO, 17 HRs, 58 runs, 81 RBI, 456 at bats

    As you can, Fielder’s stats are down compared to the last few seasons, and he is on pace to hit just 23 HRs, score 81 runs, and drive in 111 runs. His RBI totals are fine, but the home runs, ISO and SLG are way down, and now we may know why. According to teammate Torii Hunter, Fielder is dealing with some off the field issues that could be affecting his performance on the field.

  25. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:09 am

    Good morning.

    With few exceptions the Angels are a really crappy Team right now.

    Pujols and Kendrick out.

    Hamilton stinking it up.

    Terrible Pen.

    Etc.

    I can remember when they were our nemesis.

    Not at the moment.

    :)

  26. GregD August 14th, 2013 at 8:10 am

    if we get a higher draft pick….will we lose it if we sign McCann??

  27. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:11 am

    From Mark Hale, NY Post

    “Kuroda would not commit to staying with the Yankees if he does pitch in the majors next year, diplomatically saying he would consider any team that offers him a contract.”

    “My approach has always been if I get an offer from any team, no matter where they’re from, I will take that as seriously as possible and make a decision out of it,” he said.

  28. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:11 am

    yea the Angels are terrible…..I love that they are terrible too.

  29. yanks61 August 14th, 2013 at 8:12 am

    While I have no idea if they’ll keep this up, I hope they do. Winning these last few days has been a lot more fun and Yankees are not suppose to fold without a fight to the finish. Even if they miss out on the playoffs, getting some people nervous also contributes to the fun.

    Blake, I’m coming around to the idea of keeping Grandy. If they can get him back for a (healthy) year while he’s trying to re-establish value, I think he’d be a great addition.

    And speaking of that, the Yanks really can be a competitive team next year, even as they transistion to a different and younger team. They really do need to add a few key pieces though. Convincing those people to sign will help them convince people like Kuroda to re-up as well.

  30. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:12 am

    Got to think Scioscia gets the boot after the season.

    He’s been there too long. Outlived his welcome.

    Fine with me. Never liked the whiner anyhow.

  31. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:14 am

    “if we get a higher draft pick….will we lose it if we sign McCann??”

    not if they lose enough to be the worst 10 teams…..that’s unlikely though.

  32. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:15 am

    “Blake, I’m coming around to the idea of keeping Grandy. If they can get him back for a (healthy) year while he’s trying to re-establish value, I think he’d be a great addition.”

    agree….for one year even if it’s the QO money he’d be great to bring back.

  33. randy l. August 14th, 2013 at 8:16 am

    “here is the thing Randy….my head knows what this team needs ….my heart won’t let me cheer for them to lose though. As I said yesterday if you take emotion out of it then the best thing for the Yankees organization would be for them to lose the rest of their games….the end result would be the same and they’d get a better draft pick for next year.

    That said you cant take emotion out of sports…..if you do that then you might as well watch simulations on the playstation……so I’m conflicted…..I know what needs to happen…..but I still want them to win.”

    blake-

    very well said. you have accurately described the crack like addiction to the yankees that yankee fans has. even though you know it’s wrong to root for them, you can’t stay away. you know you are keeping the “drug dealer” hal going, but the evil addictive claws have too much of a grip on you.

    i forgive you, but it is still your fault. you need to find a way to do the right thing.
    you are the tipping point on the blog. people also addicted look at you and say” gee, blake is such a reasonable guy and he still roots for wins, so it’s ok if i do.”

    so not only are you enabling hal, you’re enabling this whole blog .
    it’s all on you.
    do the right thing and lead your followers out of the wilderness.

    except big al.
    we’re going to leave him in the woods.

  34. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:20 am

    assuming that project 189 is on…..I would probably let Cano walk this winter unless he’s willing to accept a deal that’s a lot less than we’ve heard speculated thats he’s after. I’d consider something in the 6 year 20-25 million per range but really nothing beyond that…..if he goes then pursue McCann and Choo and maybe even Zobrist and try to get Granderson and Kuroda back on 1 year deals.

    I don’t know if all that would fit under the cap (would probably depend what happens with Arod)…..but if you do those things then you’re competitive again in 2014 if folks stay healthy…..you at least have the potential to be good anyway.

  35. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:21 am

    I’m up in the air on Granderson.

    They have Ichiro, Wells, Soriano under contract, and Gardner is arb eligible , plus Almonte deserves a shot.

    Gardner is one of their best trade chips. I like Gardner but if they could get something of need in return for him and then sign free-agent Jacoby Ellsbury an OF of Ellsbury Soriano, Ichiro and Almonte might work.

  36. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:25 am

    I believe McCann is dealing with a bad knee so if the Yankees sign him and he can’t catch he becomes another one in a long list of Yankee DH’s.

  37. pat August 14th, 2013 at 8:25 am

    Instant Replay

    …….. if Major League Baseball owners like what they hear today, the sport could be poised to make its most sweeping technological change since the introduction of night games.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/.....s/2651161/

  38. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:27 am

    “i forgive you, but it is still your fault. you need to find a way to do the right thing.
    you are the tipping point on the blog. people also addicted look at you and say” gee, blake is such a reasonable guy and he still roots for wins, so it’s ok if i do.”

    I’m flattered Randy…..I don’t think folks really care that much what I say though. I just try to be real…..as far as rooting for them to lose….I know that “could” end up better off in the long run……but I also know that if wrong decisions are made it could lead to years and years of losing too and I don’t want to see Mo go out like this either…….it’s complicated.

  39. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:30 am

    If they sign McCann, Choo, bring back Granderson, the club will again be unbalanced offensively, if you also have Ichiro, Gardner, Tex in the lineup vs a righty.

  40. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:33 am

    Once upon a time Joe Blanton was an OK backend starter.

    Now he even sucks as a reliever.

    It’s amazing how far guys can fall.

  41. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:36 am

    Pat

    Thanks for including that article from USA today.
    With the technology they have today a non-umpire individual in the booth could make the calls and Quickly radio them down to the head crew chief.

  42. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:37 am

    YT-

    It would work like Football.

    Booth review.

  43. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:40 am

    Could have corrected several bad calls from last night.

    ;)

  44. randy l. August 14th, 2013 at 8:43 am

    “.I know that “could” end up better off in the long run……but I also know that if wrong decisions are made it could lead to years and years of losing too and I don’t want to see Mo go out like this either…….it’s complicated.”

    blake-

    it’s also mtu’s fault too. people think he’s reasonable and a nice guy too.

    if it wasn’t for the two of you still enabling hal the crack dealer, this blog could turn on the yanks and free them from a decade of bad teams.

    the yankees would be returned to their former glory.

    mo is very religious. he’ll understand being sacrificed for the greater good.

  45. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Randy-

    Everything is my fault.

    Just ask Mrs. MTU.

    :)

  46. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:49 am

    Randy-

    You know I am no Fan of Hal’s.

    I’ve called for his ouster many times.

    I think I’m very fair and balanced in my assessments of the Yankees chances.

    Which I have stated as quite slim.

    The Team will decide the level of support that the Brass gets.

    If the Team stinks it up then revenue will follow.

    We cannot affect how the Team plays. That’s up to them.

  47. 4TrainNorth August 14th, 2013 at 8:51 am

    Just watched the replays. Two classic New Yankee Stadium HRs off the bats of Wells and Soriano. But we’ll take ‘em. Also saw CC’s highlights–best he’s looked in a while. But what I really took away from those is just how feckless Hamilton is at the plate this year. He really lets that top hand go off the bat early, so it really looks like he’s just waving at everything. It was like CC facing the pitcher on an NL team (unless that pitcher is Zack G).

  48. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:53 am

    “If they sign McCann, Choo, bring back Granderson, the club will again be unbalanced offensively, if you also have Ichiro, Gardner, Tex in the lineup vs a righty.”

    this is where you frame Tex for PEDS and sign Abreu! Plus they have Soriano and Wells. 2/3 of the games are vs RHP so I’d rather be strong there……

  49. blake August 14th, 2013 at 8:53 am

    “it’s also mtu’s fault too. people think he’s reasonable and a nice guy too.”

    he has them all fooled good

  50. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:55 am

    One minute I’m like will Rodgers.

    The next I’m like Rasputin.

    It’s all very confusing.

    :(

  51. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:56 am

    So I guess I’ll go for hike to clear my head.

    ;)

  52. pkyankfan69 August 14th, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Any interest in Morneau if we could get him for nothing?

    Is he even an upgrade over Overbay or at DH on some nights at this point?

  53. Yankee Trader August 14th, 2013 at 8:56 am

    Hey what about me, I’m a reasonable and nice guy too!

  54. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 8:57 am

    Uno Neuvo Hilo ——>

  55. astrocityfan August 14th, 2013 at 8:58 am

    If it makes you feel better MTU ive always seen more as a grizzly adams with all the hiking and what not :)

  56. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 9:01 am

    Astro-

    Thanks. I feel better now.

    :)

  57. MTU August 14th, 2013 at 9:02 am

    YT-

    None better.

    ;)

  58. yanks61 August 14th, 2013 at 9:15 am

    I think that this has all been discussed to death, but it seems to me that the Yanks are caught in a scenero where they might like to totally rebuild, but are not only saddled with some terrible contracts, but also with the need, economically and in terms of their heritage, to continue to put some “name” players on the field – even if they’re on the downside of their careeers. Sure, it’s a trap of their own making, but historically that’s just they way they’ve always done busines. Just the way the ball bounces!

    I’ve followed the Yankees since I was a kid in 1952 and I can’t recall (though memory may no longer serve me well, LOL) them operating any other way during their previous downturns. We have to hope that they choose wisely (and luck plays a big part as well) in who amongst the youngsters they trade away and who they keep, as well as who they sign or re-sign. As many have pointed out, FA is not going to help them out as it had in the past (including, very significantly, during Papa Stein’s time.)

    So, again, I think that we have no choice but to accept the fact that there will never be a “major” overhaul. But I still believe a lot can be done with the extra money they hopefully save in 2014 through the absence of Arod part or all of the year, as well as the other contracts coming off the payroll. That and a few more youngsters and a let up in key injuries could dramatically change the playing field.

  59. GregD August 14th, 2013 at 9:31 am

    Blake…..so unless the Yanks decide to not sign any free agents….losing doesn’t help

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