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Postgame notes: “They brought their best boos”

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Misc on Apr 30, 2014 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

Derek Jeter, Robinson Cano

The crowd was pretty thin here at Yankee Stadium tonight. It was cold and rainy, a pretty miserable night for a ballgame, really. But those who showed up seemed determined to send a message to Robinson Cano. Whatever cheers were scattered through the stadium were easily drowned out by the overwhelming boos each time Robinson Cano came to the plate, put the ball in play or simply fielded a routine ground ball.

I expected booing, but I also thought there might be at least a little bit of a mixed bag.

“Considering the place was half full, they brought out their best boos,” Mark Teixeira said. “But that’s exactly what’s expected. … The fans are supposed to boo him when he’s in here, but Robbie’s a great guy. He played his heart out when he was here, and that’s baseball. That’s sports. He’s going to get booed.”

Robinson CanoNo one seemed surprised, certainly not Cano who said he never heard or recognized the “You sold out!” chant that started immediately after he acknowledged a bottom-of-the-first roll call from the Bleacher Creatures.

“I know you’re going to get some boos and cheers, but you’re always going to hear more of the boos than the cheers,” Cano said. “That’s something I can’t control. It’s not a distraction, either. I really have fun with that. … I don’t want to say they were wrong or right. All I can say is it’s something I can’t control. Just go out there and it isn’t going to be a distraction for me.”

Cano wasn’t the biggest difference maker in the game. The Yankees offense went quiet after the first three innings, CC Sabathia made a bad pitch to Corey Hart in the fifth, and the Mariners were able to tack on in the seventh. But Cano wasn’t a non-factor either. His ground ball out drove in the first Mariners run, and he had an infield single and a stolen base to setup another run in that cushion-building seventh. The Yankees No. 3 hitter, Carlos Beltran — who signed on the very day Cano went to Seattle — went 0-for-4 with two strikeouts.

“Some people probably booed because they wish he was here,” Derek Jeter said. “Some people boo because they’re upset he left. And some people may have booed because the people next to them were booing. It is what it is: it’s not the first time someone’s come back and got booed.”

CC Sabathia• For Sabathia, this was a start similar to his first three outings this season. He was pitching well through four innings, and he was one out away from getting through the fifth with a one-run lead, but he made a bad pitch with a fastball to Hart. It went for a two-out, two-run double that put the Mariners in front. “I just feel like I need to make a better pitch,” Sabathia said. “That ball cut back over the plate. I knew he was swinging. I wanted to get something away from him where he could roll over something. That ball just cut back to the middle of the plate. Sometimes it is just one pitch. I think tonight it was just a combination of a bunch of stuff. It ended up coming down to that one pitch, and me not making it.”

• That fifth inning started with three singles. One was an infield hit initially ruled an out, one was a ground ball into right field, and another was a bunt single when Brian Roberts was in double play position and couldn’t get to first base in time to cover. “I made good pitches to get to two outs,” Sabathia said. “Gave up a run (on the Cano ground out), but I need to make better pitches to finish that inning and put us in a position to be leading after that inning.”

• Roberts on the bunt single: “I took off, but it was just too far for me to be able to cover the double play and the bunt. Obviously it’s a situation where you have no idea what he’s going to do. Obviously there’s a chance that I guess he could bunt, but there’s also a pretty good chance that he could swing too. It’s unfortunate. We need to get an out there, one way or the other, somehow. It’s something that we’ve talked about. With all the movement in the infield nowadays and so much scouting, positioning, sometimes you just get caught in a position where it’s hard to cover two different things.”

• Teixeira on the bunt single: “As soon as the guy squares, I go get the ball. That’s the way I’ve been playing it for 12 years.”

Mark Teixeira• Good news from Teixeira: He homered for the third time since coming off the disabled list. He’s homered in back-to-back games. “The last couple of days I’ve put some good swings on balls and it’s good to see the ball getting out of the park and (to be) driving it,” Teixeira said. “It’s good sign.”

• He wound up being charged with two runs in the seventh inning, but Dellin Betances got Sabathia out of a jam in the sixth. He entered with no outs and runners at the corners, but Betances got back-to-back strikeouts before ending the inning with a ground ball to short.

• Chris Leroux made his Yankees debut with a scoreless ninth inning. He allowed two hits and struck out one. He opened last season on the Pirates roster but wound up DFA and pitching in Japan. He’s the latest player called up from Triple-A to give the Yankees a long reliever.

• With 12 strikeouts tonight, the Yankees have five consecutive games in which the pitching staff has struck out at least 10. According to Elias, that’s the first time in franchise history that the Yankees have had this many games in a row with double-digit strikeouts.

• By taking the loss tonight, Sabathia snapped an eight-game winning streak against the Mariners. He hadn’t lost to them since July 2, 2009. It was his longest active winning streak against any opponent. According to Elias, it was the Majors’ longest active winning streak against the Mariners and tied with Ron Guidry and Mike Mussina for the longest such streak in franchise history.

• Strange to face Cano? “Not for me,” Sabathia said. “Because I faced him before coming here. If I had played with him like Grady (Sizemore), where I played with him my whole career and not facing him before (it might have been weird). I’m kind of familiar with him, if that makes sense.”

• Strange to see Cano in a Mariners uniform: “Yeah, a little bit,” Jeter said. “You’ve gotten used to not seeing him, but then seeing him in another uniform . . . it’s kind of an odd picture. It’s not the first time guys have played here and gone elsewhere. It’s over and done with and now the stories of what’s going to happen when he comes back I think are over with. But it’s a little odd.”

• Final word to Cano: “I don’t want to say sweet. You go out there and play against them, you want to go out there and just beat them. Now I’m on the other side. I’m not on their side, so I don’t hope for them to win. I hope for us to win our games. I just have to play hard and keep playing the same game. I’m happy to see them and be back in New York.”

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74 Responses to “Postgame notes: “They brought their best boos””

  1. J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 12:34 am

    J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 12:30 am

    Betances could probably get through six innings in about 95 pitches at this rate.

    There is nothing wrong with that at all.

    Further, he’d be fully integrating his change, giving him an extra plus weapon.

    He has barely had trouble throwing strikes now in like a year and a half, ever since they ditched the windup.

    That’s enough of a sample size, combined with his absolutely dominant stuff, to attempt a reconversion (and the fact that they haven’t considered that the changes they’ve made with him could be just as applicable to longer stretches).

    There is no good reason not to do this; the only thing stopping them would be their inflexibility.

    Of the options they have, Betances is a slam dunk as the guy most likely to be able to shut down a lineup multiple times through the order, and although he may throw a fair amount of pitches, how is that likely to provide less length than a guy who gets hit the second and third time around and needs to be given the hook early any way?

    And if you’re concerned about Betances’ inefficiencies, where does that leaves Phelps? He threw 60 pitches in his last outing of two innings. Nuno was done in 4.1 in his last start.

    The difference, too, is that Betances has put-away stuff; hitters aren’t going to stand up there fouling off pitch after pitch, especially if he’s adding another offspeed offering, plus he just doesn’t give up solid hits very often. The idea is to get outs.

    With Nova and Pineda down, you gain another strikeout artist with a big fastball. If it doesn’t click, as I’ve said now ’til I’m blue in the face, you move him back to the pen: what’s the big deal, here?

    Betances to the rotation = no brainer.

  2. Ys Guy April 30th, 2014 at 12:35 am

    sure, taking him from what he’s just started becoming successful at and putting him back into what he’s been a failure at is a no brainer! :roll:

  3. Barry April 30th, 2014 at 12:42 am

    Well, the players are certainly more sophisticated and gracious than the fans, or at least, many of them. Jeter’s comment spoke to it all…’some boo because the people next to them were booing…words to that effect. Free people in a free world exercise their franchise with callous stupidity.

  4. Melkmanisinhotlanta April 30th, 2014 at 12:44 am

    Srprising that NYY fans boo Robber Cano The team is a band of mercenaries. It shouldn’t be a surprise that a homegrown thug want’s to be come a mercenary? No, money is the only currency that speaks the language of the greedy.

  5. J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 12:47 am

    It is a no brainer, because there’s no amount of cogitation required to see that his stuff is dominant and that no one else they have comes close.

    The rest are guys you hold your breath on and hope they don’t get found out too soon and tax your BP.

    The idea is to get people out. If you’re efficient for 2 or 3 innings and then start getting rocked, this isn’t going to provide length and it isn’t going to help the team win games.

  6. Melkmanisinhotlanta April 30th, 2014 at 12:48 am

    Cano talks about having no control over the boos. Um, you had the control when you sold out to the lowly Mariners. Just another example of a dummy.

  7. pete2 April 30th, 2014 at 12:50 am

    Tex HR distance

    344 LF
    383 RF
    357 RF

    Most of them were outs in parks not named Fenway or YS3

    Of course, the weather is cold so maybe they travel a bit further in warmer weather

  8. Melkmanisinhotlanta April 30th, 2014 at 12:50 am

    The injuries are starting to pile up like diaper in nursery. Very sad to see this. At least the multimillionaries are guaranteed their mammon. Nice life.

  9. bbb51 April 30th, 2014 at 12:56 am

    I’d rather take a chance on Betances as a starter then go with both the very limited ceilings of Nuno and Phelps.

    The rotation right now sucks other than Tanaka. Kuroda needs to find it fast. I’ve given up on CC being better than a 4.5+ ERA, .500 pitcher this year.

  10. J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 1:06 am

    Well without Nova and Pineda holding down spots, we clearly no longer can project a decided pitching advantage.

    Nova’s gone until next year and who knows what the future holds for Pineda?

    What exactly is at stake giving Betances a turn in the rotation once he has built himself up?

    We lose his one 1.2 innings of dominance out of the pen??

  11. pete2 April 30th, 2014 at 1:13 am

    I think if anyone had said the team would start the season 15-11 everyone would have been happy. That being said, I can’t overlook that the combined record of teams faced is an unweighted 427 winning percentage and the negative run differential suggests a certain amount of luck.

    With Nova and Pineda hurt, CC and Kuroda struggling, the bats really need to pick it up, especially with runners on base. They have hit some HR but most are coming at home and usually with nobody on base (only 5 of 22 Hr with ROB). They have scored 4 or fewer runs 17 times in 26 games.

    They could really use a middle of the order bat. Soriano is too streaky, and Tex is still an uncertainty IMO despite his short distance HR’s. I would love to have Morales bat to share the load at DH and 1B but I know its not going to happen.

    A bit worried about Ellsbury’s hand since he had a hand injury at the end of last season and there does not seem to be any explanation as to how he injured it. Did not swing the bat well against the Angels at all so I wonder if he may have hurt it in Fenway.

  12. Hankflorida April 30th, 2014 at 1:33 am

    If Cashman is building a team of contact hitters to beat the computer defenses, he has to get the players to go along with his vision. The Yankee have to hit close to .300 with RISP as the three run homer is not the name of their game anymore.

  13. yankinvegas April 30th, 2014 at 3:01 am

    Every stat is arguable. The run differential sucks because they’ve been blown out 4 times. In the series with the Angels, our run differential was minus 10. Our record was 2 and 1.
    I agree that Nuno and Phelps ceilings are not terribly high, but who else? Betances is not a starter, Warren is too valuable in the pen and you will not get anything in a trade at this point of the season.

  14. Against All Odds April 30th, 2014 at 6:28 am

    . It shouldn’t be a surprise thata homegrown thug

    ———

    Here we go again. But no it just pertains to baseball

  15. yankinvegas April 30th, 2014 at 7:01 am

    Does anyone that a tall lefty down in Texas might come riding in on a white horse and help us win a pennant beginning in July?

  16. Mike Ri April 30th, 2014 at 7:05 am

    Im just going to pretend King Felix pitched against us last night . . . and we tried our best to hit him. What a sucky loss last night was !!

  17. MTU April 30th, 2014 at 7:21 am

    Morning.

    CC no longer has much of a margin for error.

    When he misses his spots he gets hammered.

    :(

  18. MTU April 30th, 2014 at 7:24 am

    Would have loved to see MT against the King.

    King might have gotten dethroned.

    ;)

  19. Poetkiosk April 30th, 2014 at 7:25 am

    MTU

    Morning and I agree, he really has no margin for error. He’s not even a good #4,#5 starter at this point. That leaves us with Tanaka and a bag of chips, as so far Kuroda looks done, Nova and Pineda are out.

    Not good at all.

  20. pkyankfan69 April 30th, 2014 at 7:38 am

    I don’t even care about the Cano stuff but boy did yesterday suck… Ellsbury nicked up (hopefully not worse then they are letting on, Pineda out a month, getting shut down by noodle armed Chris Young, and CC getting beat up by the light hitting M’s…. Ugh, what a crappy day in Yankeeland.

  21. MTU April 30th, 2014 at 7:38 am

    Poet-

    So far things have shaken out somewhat badly.

    It’s a long season though.

  22. Poetkiosk April 30th, 2014 at 7:40 am

    MTU

    But everyone with a brain knew that this would happen, relying on so many people coming back from injuries.

    Pineda was a risk all along. Nova is the surprise, but Els being hurt certainly isn’t.

    You just know the other shoe is going to fall soon, with Jeter, or Roberts going down….

    sorry Im a glass half full kind of guy.

  23. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 7:48 am

    Nova shouldn’t be a surprise. He’s had DL stints and arm issues before.

    Phelps, too. So, watch out for that.

    Nuno has also had DL time, but I think it was lower body in nature. Still, something else to be wary of.

  24. Poetkiosk April 30th, 2014 at 7:51 am

    Doreen

    I just don’t know what the FO was thinking…relying on such old guys, and players coming off major surgery and injury. Makes no sense.

    Pitching has been our strength so far, but we just lost 2/5 of our rotation.

  25. mick April 30th, 2014 at 7:53 am

    If the staff keeps going down, you might just see Betances starting.

  26. MTU April 30th, 2014 at 8:03 am

    Mick-

    I’d rather go w Warren than Betances.

  27. mick April 30th, 2014 at 8:06 am

    UPDATE, 7:17 p.m.: Cano struck out, and as the bottom of the first got started, the Bleacher Creatures gave him a roll call. Cano waved toward the fans in right field, at which point some group of fans — maybe the same fans who did the roll call — started a chant of, “You sold out!”
    =======================
    Yet someone here declared this to be false.
    Must of been a member of the Bleacher Cretins.
    Coverup.

  28. MTU April 30th, 2014 at 8:08 am

    Have to go.

    Have a good one all.

  29. mick April 30th, 2014 at 8:12 am

    With Phelps starting the next month Betances should move to the 7th.
    Let’s see how he looks on a consistent day to day basis.

  30. mick April 30th, 2014 at 8:13 am

    CC, more or less said NY has no class last night.
    You can look it up.

  31. pkyankfan69 April 30th, 2014 at 8:15 am

    No way they play tonight… I’m supposed to get another 3(ish) inches of rain today and tonight… Unlike yesterday’s batches of rain, the showers have been heavy this morning

  32. Ys Guy April 30th, 2014 at 8:26 am

    Derek Jeter could easily have changed the crowd’s reaction last night by just stepping forward and tipping his cap toward Robbie as he was introduced. He chose to stay out of it.

  33. Giuseppe Franco April 30th, 2014 at 8:37 am

    mick April 30th, 2014 at 8:13 am

    CC, more or less said NY has no class last night.

    —–

    Well, it’s true.

    Whether it’s the fans for booing and chanting or the Yankee FO for not taking the high road and showing some kind of video to acknowledge what Cano did in NY.

  34. Poetkiosk April 30th, 2014 at 8:38 am

    CC has little room to talk. He is getting paid like an ace, and pitching like a #5.

  35. Tackelberry April 30th, 2014 at 8:48 am

    Looks like a washout tonight, so the pen will get a much needed day off. Of course, that does mean a doubleheader tomorrow though

  36. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 8:55 am

    Derek Jeter could easily have changed the crowd’s reaction last night by just stepping forward and tipping his cap toward Robbie as he was introduced. He chose to stay out of it.

    **************************************************************************

    Derek Jeter ALWAYS chooses to stay out of it. He never takes sides. That way he doesn’t create enemies… thus he is the most popular player of the last 20 years.

  37. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 8:58 am

    Refresh my memory: did Cano take out an ad thanking the Yankees fans for all their support during the 9 years he was here? For the memories?

    Sabathia did that, Pujols did that. Other players have done that. I think Ellsbury did it, as well. (Just checked, yes indeed he did). That’s the kind of move that gets a player a video tribute. And whether you feel a 7 yr, $175 million offer is not being respected or not, you keep it to yourself.

    I wouldn’t have booed him had I been there last night. I don’t like that the fans did that.

    But let’s not pretend this was an amicable parting. On either side. There are hurt feelings here on both sides.

  38. Giuseppe Franco April 30th, 2014 at 8:59 am

    Jeter didn’t have to do anything.

    The FO could have changed the crowd’s reaction by running a simple video tribute.

    But the suits have demonstrated many times in the past that they can be rather petty and this was most definitely one of those times.

  39. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 8:59 am

    And yeah, let’s blame Derek Jeter for not telling the fans how to react.

  40. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 9:00 am

    Best thing that happened last night? Manny Banuelos throwing three scoreless for Trenton. four strikeouts, just two hits — both singles — over 40 pitches.

    Thought Tex made a big mistake on the bunt. When you are at double play depth the 1B should stay at home if he can. The bunt was right back to the pitcher and he turned it into a hit. This team does not take any hits away, especially in the infield so they can’t afford to give outs away too.

    It’s the same for the 3B… with runners on first and second stay home if you can.

  41. liquifilm April 30th, 2014 at 9:02 am

    Mick: that’s a generous interpretation of what cc said. He was asked if he was surprised by the boos he said no its NY then he was asked rather oddly whether there should be a video tribute he said that has nothing to do with him. These questions followed questions about why his pitching stinks, if he is frustrated that his pitching stinks and bizzarly something about why his pitching stinks again just to let him know. He seemed completely disinterested in the cano questions

  42. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 9:02 am

    I would not have done a video tribute for a guy who insulted the organization on the way out the door. If Robbie had just said, “I hate leaving the Yankees, but I can’t turn down this much extra money.”

    He lost me and I suspect many others when he played the asinine “disrespect” card.

  43. Tackelberry April 30th, 2014 at 9:04 am

    The only problem I have with Cano is him saying the Yanks disrespected him or did not want him back. When someone offers you 175 mill for 7 years, how is that showing disrespect? I wish my boss would “disrespect” me like that.

  44. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 9:06 am

    CC was in a no win situation with those questions.

    Do you rip your ex-teammate or rip your organization? He did neither with his non-answers.

  45. liquifilm April 30th, 2014 at 9:09 am

    Also why is everyone on this don’t boo cano train? He left for more money and that’s fine but on his way out he danced around his reason for leaving then said $170 million was “disrespectful” well he found out what disrespect was last night. And why do people act like ells wasn’t booed? He was booed all the way through except for when the tribute was on and that’s for a guy who didn’t even get an offer from the red Sox and said and did all the right things when leaving.

  46. liquifilm April 30th, 2014 at 9:12 am

    86: it looked like it was no win and don’t care. He really just didn’t seem to give a toss about the whole cano thing he was even asked if he talked to him and he said not yet. I’m sure he was more just upset with losing.

  47. pat April 30th, 2014 at 9:15 am

    Good read on Buck Showalter…..

    http://www.sportsonearth.com/a.....-showalter

  48. mick April 30th, 2014 at 9:26 am

    Do you rip your ex-teammate or rip your organization? He did neither with his non-answers.
    ====================
    But it did seem like he ripped the fans.

  49. saucY April 30th, 2014 at 10:50 am

    umm, So what exactly is going on in that 2nd picture posted with the guy behind Cano? Looks gross.

  50. saucY April 30th, 2014 at 10:57 am

    Also why is everyone on this don’t boo cano train?

    =-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-==-=-=-=-=-=

    Because that is what fans of other teams do when they are bitter for losing a player due to money.

    We as Yankee fans are better than that.

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