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Power starting to show for Teixeira

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

Mark Teixeira

Mark Teixeira has basically said that he doesn’t expect to be a .300 hitter at this stage of his career. He last had a batting average that high in 2008, and he hasn’t hit better than .256 since 2009. He’s a guy who’s supposed to play strong defense at first base, put together some patient at bats, and most of all drive in runs by hitting for power.

His offensive production isn’t going to come from base hits. It’s going to come from home runs. And in the past five games, Teixeira has hit three home runs.

“It tells me I’m getting better,” Teixeira said. “I’m getting close. When you start driving the ball, you know that’s what I’m supposed to be doing. That’s a good sign.”

Teixeira has routinely hit 30-plus home runs in his career, including 39 just three years ago. But in 2012 he was limited to just 123 games, which kept his home run total at 24. Last year, he played in just 15 games and went deep three times. Wrist surgery created some concern about whether he’d be able to truly drive the ball again.

“I think he’s feeling more comfortable as he’s getting at-bats,” Joe Girardi said. “I thought if you look at the season, it got interrupted when he went on the DL for two weeks. He’s swinging the bat well, he’s being patient and he’s walking. He’s doing the things that he needs to do, that we’re used to seeing from Mark. I do think he probably feels more comfortable up there.”

Looks that way, and Teixeira said it feels that way as well.

“A little bit better,” he said. “Still a long way to go. Still haven’t played that many games. I’d like to get better obviously, but 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 driving it. It’s good sign.”

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85 Responses to “Power starting to show for Teixeira”

  1. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 12:13 pm

    Said it before and will say it again – the issue with Betances as a starter isn’t his stuff because clearly he has the stuff to start – it’s his lack of ability to control it over a long period of time because he can’t repeat his delivery. Even as a relief pitcher, where he only has to hold it together for a short period of time, he goes through serious bouts of inconsistency leading to his high walk rates (7 in 13 IP).

    As a starter he’s probably Daniel Cabrera, a big arm that will tantalize but never have enough control to be effective. As a reliever he could be special.

    Jerkface points out correctly that as a reliever Betances hasn’t moved up in the pecking order and he’s right – but the reason he hasn’t moved up is because of that same issue – control.

  2. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 12:18 pm

    Betances will eventually move up the ranks. He’s having repeated success for the first time, so why mess with success??

    Teixeira is hugely important for this year, and frankly the next two as well. Would be more than happy to see .260, 30. 90…. and he might top that. The last two HR from the left side are very encouraging.

  3. austinmac April 30th, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    Whether Betances would be better as a starter is irrelevant since the Yankees perceive him as a reliever, and they aren’t changing their minds. That question has been decided, like it or not.

    AS I have said a number of times, the team needs another hitter. Perhaps, the yankees could shoot higher at 2B than the worst production in the league. Johnson is not the answer in my mind. He will end up with his usual low OBP with a few homers.

    Now, we need a starter. I don’t think it is happening if he is costly. Lee would be great. Hal would have a coronary if it is even suggested. We would be outbid for lower cost pitchers.

    I don’t see any additions until the TD, if then, with an apparent unwillingness to spend and a lack of trade candidates.

  4. mick April 30th, 2014 at 12:31 pm

    Most fans of other teams appreciate that you cannot win the WS every single year,
    ========================================
    B/c they have never come close.
    We have, so we do…

  5. Ys Guy April 30th, 2014 at 12:32 pm

    Is it too early to start counting the days until Jose Fernandez becomes a free agent?

  6. Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    Is it too early to start counting the days until Jose Fernandez becomes a free agent?

    Its never too late to join team greedy. His breaking ball is something else. He has an awesome personality too. He is gonna be a star if he stays healthy.

  7. mick April 30th, 2014 at 12:33 pm

    And fans are mobs. Sheep.
    They can do what they want a ballgame within reason.
    Polite society =politically correct society.
    Most people don’t express what they really feel. They temper it.
    We don’t need a detailed analysis why they booed Cano.
    They felt like it, so they did it.
    Quite liberating if you ask me…

  8. exiledintampa April 30th, 2014 at 12:35 pm

    Are the FreeSeafoodUniversity T-shirts available yet?

  9. Hankflorida April 30th, 2014 at 12:38 pm

    Table setters come cheaper except Ellsbury who is the best in the business. Power hitters in their late thirties also come cheaper like Soriano and even Beltran. This is the way that Cashman will continue to shape this ball club in order to stay below the cap. The only fly in the ointment that I see to this point is that the table setters do not seem to hack it with RISP when the pitchers are bearing down.

  10. mick April 30th, 2014 at 12:39 pm

    Also liberating is what the Bleacher Creatures did to Cano.
    Right or wrong is not the issue and they might not all have agreed to the letter of the message but they went along with whoever their leader (Bald Vinny) decreed when they baited and switched Cano with the phony roll call > bait sellout chant.

    That’s what it was. No false report that it was from a different part of the stadium or bleachers. That’s a copout.
    They give their love unconditionally and are purist in that regard.
    They feel free to express their disappointment that he is gone , so they did.

  11. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 12:41 pm

    Its never too late to join team greedy.

    ———————-

    Nope.

    I’m anxiously awaiting Darvish hitting the market in two years.

  12. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 12:43 pm

    Hal can’t “stay below the cap” until unless he gets under the cap.

    He could have done so this off-season, but chose instead to commit hundred$ of million$ to try and get back to post-season play.

    Jose Fernandez is amazing. If I was drafting a team with a set payroll he would be the top starting pitcher on my board.

    exiledintampa —

    Jameis Winston is obviously another spoiled jock who doesn’t think normal rules apply to him.

  13. 86w183 April 30th, 2014 at 12:44 pm

    gotta run…. later!

    have a day, all

  14. bbb51 April 30th, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 10:44 am
    Roberts has looked awful…. on both sides of the ball.

    Roberts since his little break for the back stiffness:

    .293/.341/.415

    That’s far from awful.

  15. exiledintampa April 30th, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    86 – I live among a lot of FSU fans. You’re right on about Jameis. He was doing well as a relief arm too. He got kicked off the baseball team for this. But I had to take the opportunity to rub it in to my neighbor this morning.

  16. mick April 30th, 2014 at 12:47 pm

    The only reason Betances isn’t starting is b/c they didn’t feel they needed him to start.
    They had better and couldn’t wait so they figured they would use him in the pen.
    If he’s not closing or at least the EIG then eventually he will be traded where he can be brought back as a starter.
    Well, if our staff continues to implode they just might regret the decision to not start him.
    With the way they use him now how long would it take to get him up to 75 pitches?
    He’s halfway there right now.

    I doubt he would become a nibbler like Joba if they did it.
    He might walk a bunch but wouldn’t give up that many hits.

  17. bbb51 April 30th, 2014 at 12:48 pm

    Chip April 30th, 2014 at 12:13 pm
    Said it before and will say it again – the issue with Betances as a starter isn’t his stuff because clearly he has the stuff to start – it’s his lack of ability to control it over a long period of time because he can’t repeat his delivery. Even as a relief pitcher, where he only has to hold it together for a short period of time, he goes through serious bouts of inconsistency leading to his high walk rates (7 in 13 IP).

    As a starter he’s probably Daniel Cabrera, a big arm that will tantalize but never have enough control to be effective. As a reliever he could be special.

    Jerkface points out correctly that as a reliever Betances hasn’t moved up in the pecking order and he’s right – but the reason he hasn’t moved up is because of that same issue – control.

    He started repeating his delivery when he switched to pitching from the stretch only, but they only gave him 6 starts like that and then made him a reliever. I think it’s the move to the stretch that made him have better control.

    And his walk rate isn’t a problem now because his whip is still below 1.

    He hasn’t moved up much because Girardi is anal about walks.

  18. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 12:49 pm

    bbb – That’s his last 41 ABs? Yeah I saw Yankeesource posted those numbers. Not reflective of his performance in over 80 ABs. And his D, which looked a lot more promising than I expected early, has begun to seem like a liability.

  19. pkyankfan69 April 30th, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    How about

    Sanchez + Williams + De Paula + Jagielo + Heathcott + $50M + 2 of Hal’s hotel + Randy Levine’s hair piece for Giancarlo + Jose Fernandez

  20. austinmac April 30th, 2014 at 12:51 pm

    Someone needs to tell Hal that to form Team Greedy he needs to be willing to spend money more than once every five years. I fully expect to hear that they spent their mney this off season and now will rely on that ever so productive farm system.

  21. mick April 30th, 2014 at 12:54 pm

    Hal spent money 5 years ago and won one.
    If he wins one this year he won’t spend for another 5.
    I would not like to believe that.

  22. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 12:57 pm

    I could go either way on Betances… the thing is right now, without a ton of starting options to work with, it makes the most sense to at least try it. I don’t think they will, but he has a much better repertoire than Phelps who has also been pretty inefficient with his pitches/innings.

    I really like what Warren has shown out of the pen.. I don’t know that he’d be able to sustain his velo as a starter, but I wouldn’t be entirely opposed to them trying him as a starter either. I think we’ll just see Phelps and Nuno for a while, though. Until Pineda gets healthy again at least.

  23. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 1:00 pm

    pkyankfan69 April 30th, 2014 at 12:50 pm
    How about

    Sanchez + Williams + De Paula + Jagielo + Heathcott + $50M + 2 of Hal’s hotel + Randy Levine’s hair piece for Giancarlo + Jose Fernandez

    ——————————

    I’d never part with Levine’s hair.

    Never.

  24. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 1:03 pm

    @AdamMcCalvy RR said Segura should be back in lineup Thurs. in Cincy. Ramirez said he’ll be back, too. Don’t know on Braun.

  25. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 1:04 pm

    ?@MattEddyBA Take SO out of equation and NL HR leader Giancarlo Stanton has more power than anybody but McGwire in last 50+ years. pic.twitter.com/6BYPwnRM0P

  26. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    bbb51 April 30th, 2014 at 12:48 pm

    Chip April 30th, 2014 at 12:13 pm
    Said it before and will say it again – the issue with Betances as a starter isn’t his stuff because clearly he has the stuff to start – it’s his lack of ability to control it over a long period of time because he can’t repeat his delivery. Even as a relief pitcher, where he only has to hold it together for a short period of time, he goes through serious bouts of inconsistency leading to his high walk rates (7 in 13 IP).

    As a starter he’s probably Daniel Cabrera, a big arm that will tantalize but never have enough control to be effective. As a reliever he could be special.

    Jerkface points out correctly that as a reliever Betances hasn’t moved up in the pecking order and he’s right – but the reason he hasn’t moved up is because of that same issue – control.

    He started repeating his delivery when he switched to pitching from the stretch only, but they only gave him 6 starts like that and then made him a reliever. I think it’s the move to the stretch that made him have better control.

    And his walk rate isn’t a problem now because his whip is still below 1.

    He hasn’t moved up much because Girardi is anal about walks.
    ——————-

    His WHIP is below 1 because he’s only allowed 6 hits to go with those 7 walks.

    Lack of control makes it hard to trust a reliever or a starter.

  27. Shame Spencer April 30th, 2014 at 1:10 pm

    @teixeiramark25 We are having a very mild winter here in New York. Oh wait, it’s April 30.

    I feel like on May 15th or something summer will just show up and lay unmercifully humid 95+ degree weather on us without warning.

  28. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:13 pm

    Good afternoon guys,

    G Love..It wasn’t me who noticed Pineda’s stretching the arm..It was YF and bigdan I think..I did see it, but I thought it was due to the cold of that night.. The pitching coach should be either of those two ;)

  29. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:18 pm

    Chip,
    3 to 1 k to walk ratio… 4,1 hits per 9 innings..WHIP of 0.975, ERA+ 212… 15 k per 9

    I know he won’t be able to maintain those stats as a SP…But I am sure 10K per 9, same walk to k ratio and a slightly higher WHIP is doable…And ERA+ of around 140.. He is your best choice to start…But it won’t happen

  30. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:19 pm

    Still with those stats..Girardi is still not using him properly

  31. G. Love April 30th, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    luis,

    yanksfem should be GM with tenure granted as part of her lifetime deal. My point was that during the 1st inning that night “know nothing bloggers who if they were so smart they why aren’t they working for the team” (always one of my favorite ignorant retorts on here), yet again diagnosed an arm injury just from actively watching a game of the team they loved not “perspicaciously” perched on their soapboxes.

  32. Hankflorida April 30th, 2014 at 1:27 pm

    He started repeating his delivery when he switched to pitching from the stretch only, but they only gave him 6 starts like that and then made him a reliever. I think it’s the move to the stretch that made him have better control.

    bbb, this is the same story that I told about Don Larsen who developed pitching with no windup because of his wildness after he was sent to the bullpen. The Yankees had three aging pitchers, Raischi, Lopat and Reynolds and were desperate for another starter when they got Larsen. I think with Nova out and Pineda a question mark, the Yankees are now desperate for a starter who can challenge hitters. You can’t have three nibblers on your staff, CC, Nuno and Phelps, without burning out your bullpen because of pitch counts. The Yankee could Learn from the Larsen story with Betances if history is their guide.

  33. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 1:31 pm

    Luis,

    I think that one of Girardi’s best assets as a manager is his ability to handle his relievers. I think his belief is that you don’t throw a guy like Betances into the deep end of the pool right out of spring training. You build his confidence by bringing him into less intense situations early, enjoy some success and then as the season progresses move him up the ladder.

    He did the same thing with Robertson and Shawn Kelley and Preston Claiborne last year.

  34. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:34 pm

    G. Love April 30th, 2014 at 1:27 pm
    luis,

    yanksfem should be GM with tenure granted as part of her lifetime deal. My point was that during the 1st inning that night “know nothing bloggers who if they were so smart they why aren’t they working for the team” (always one of my favorite ignorant retorts on here), yet again diagnosed an arm injury just from actively watching a game of the team they loved not “perspicaciously” perched on their soapboxes.

    ==========================

    LMAO!!! Now I get the joke!! I remember the quote… Just ignore those type of comments… ;)

  35. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    Maybe the pine tar was a blessing in disguise. Perhaps Pineda would have further damaged the muscle had he tried to continue to pitch that night, in the cold.

    G. Love,

    It’s stretching it a bit to say the arm injury was diagnosed. As luis and others said, the conditions were not good, and it’s not extraordinary for a guy to try to loosen up a bit, as Pineda seemed to be doing. However, I would sign up for this: pointing out that it was something to be on the lookout for, something that might be an issue. And yeah, YF undoubtedly has a keen eye and a talent, and doesn’t miss much!

  36. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:40 pm

    Hank, bbb51 and Chip,

    Good point Hank and bbb51..A more recent example was Yu Darvish…I think he is doing ok don’t you think?

    Chip,

    I agree that one of Girardi’s strong suits is the way he handles the BP..Still, it is hard to get in to his trust zone and very hard to get out of it as well…He is sometimes too rigid… Those stats pretty much state that he is the best reliever on the pen as of right now…If he is going to go with the hot hand, he should be giving more important work to Betances… I rather want him to start though

  37. austinmac April 30th, 2014 at 1:43 pm

    It looks certain there will be no game tonight. I assume that would mean a DH tomorrow since they don’t return. That won’t help the pitching issues.

  38. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:47 pm

    Doreen,

    Muscles get pull in those kind of conditions..The cold makes it hard to get the muscle loose and warm..So it is not far fetched to think it happened that night..Although the drop in velocity has been present for most of his starts.

    I second your observation about YF..She hardly ever misses anything

  39. luis April 30th, 2014 at 1:49 pm

    Probably he pulled it that night and it worsened in the sim game

  40. J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    Silly talk that if you blow on Betances he’s going to fall to pieces. None of the people talking about this gigantic risk seems to understand that he has started many games I his career and has managed to pitch well to the point of dominance. I have seen thisany times, as well as the bouts where control was elusive. If he were such an unmitigated flop, they would have DFA’d him long ago.

    Cashman himself
    Did not want him BP’d. Sans the windup, he has been repeating his delivery just fine and for more than a year now. He said himself he had begun to figure some
    Things out as a starter.
    There’s a
    Real need now
    Within the team. Make the move

  41. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    luis,

    That’s what I’m thinking. Which is why I said the pine tar could have been a blessing in disguise – perhaps could have been worse?

    It’s not farfetched to think it happened that night; my quibble is saying it was diagnosed. Nitpicky, I know. :)

  42. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 1:55 pm

    Luis,

    I agree with you on the Girardi trust factor. I mentioned it earlier this season when it looked like he was turning David Phelps into this year’s Chris Stewart – forcing a player into a role for which he’s ill suited because he wanted that player to play. And I agree that Betances should start facing tougher situations. I’m on record as saying that it will be the progressions of guys like Betances, Burawa and Jose Ramirez that will determine whether or not the Yankees sign David Robertson after this season and I still believe that.

    My guess is that as the season moves on, if Betances is still performing at this level, you’ll see Girardi bring him into more pressing situations.

    As for him being a starter – as I said, I believe that if he were to start he would be Daniel Cabrera or Jesus Colome or Andrew Miller – big, talented and wild, at best a back end arm who will get to 110 pitches by the 5th inning. As a reliever though he could be special.

  43. Doreen April 30th, 2014 at 1:57 pm

    J. Alfred -

    It’ll probably take one of Phelps or Nuno either getting injured or being totally ineffective, I think. It’s really just the pecking order. And while Phelps and Nuno are in the rotation, Betances is really needed in the bullpen.

  44. Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    He did the same thing with Robertson and Shawn Kelley and Preston Claiborne last year.

    Claiborne actually got into close games right away. That could have been because of injuries or short bullpen at the time, but like 80% of his first appearances the game was within 2 runs in either direction. Kelley spent basically the entire season as one of the last guys in the pen, but at the start the pen did have Phelps, Chamberlain, Robertson, Logan, and Rivera in it.

    He also wasn’t a rookie, didn’t have some amazing stuff, and wasn’t coming off a godlike ST.

  45. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    J. Alfred Prufrock April 30th, 2014 at 1:54 pm

    Silly talk that if you blow on Betances he’s going to fall to pieces. None of the people talking about this gigantic risk seems to understand that he has started many games I his career and has managed to pitch well to the point of dominance. I have seen thisany times, as well as the bouts where control was elusive. If he were such an unmitigated flop, they would have DFA’d him long ago.
    ———————–

    No one is arguing that he’s extremely talented. It just appears as though the best way to utilize those talents is in relief. Since moving to the pen last year in AAA he has seen much improvement.

    It’s not like the Yankees looked at this guy and said, “hey, he throws 97 mph with a wicked hook, lets move him to the pen.” They gave him 7 seasons in the minors as a starter to put it together and it didn’t stick. Because he’s so talented they didn’t want to see that talent go to waste and so they tried him in relief and it has clicked.

  46. Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Robertson through the same number of appearances in his first season has nearly double the leverage as Betances and he was actually pretty awful in his first year. He was also used quite normally, instead of the weird way Betances is being used.

  47. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 2:02 pm

    Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 1:58 pm

    He did the same thing with Robertson and Shawn Kelley and Preston Claiborne last year.

    Claiborne actually got into close games right away. That could have been because of injuries or short bullpen at the time, but like 80% of his first appearances the game was within 2 runs in either direction. Kelley spent basically the entire season as one of the last guys in the pen, but at the start the pen did have Phelps, Chamberlain, Robertson, Logan, and Rivera in it.

    He also wasn’t a rookie, didn’t have some amazing stuff, and wasn’t coming off a godlike ST.
    ————–

    True Kelley wasn’t a rookie but he was an unknown to Girardi.

    And I agree with everyone who has said that Betances should be used in more high leverage situations. I think he will. I think Girardi a) wants him to keep seeing success and building his confidence and b) would like him to cut down the walks before bringing him into a situation where the game is on the line.

    It’s the end of the first month – plenty of time for Betances to move up the ladder.

  48. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 2:03 pm

    Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 2:00 pm

    Robertson through the same number of appearances in his first season has nearly double the leverage as Betances and he was actually pretty awful in his first year. He was also used quite normally, instead of the weird way Betances is being used.
    —————–

    Just for clarification – what classifies the usage of Betances as “weird?”

  49. Hankflorida April 30th, 2014 at 2:04 pm

    Hal can’t “stay below the cap” until unless he gets under the cap.
    He could have done so this off-season, but chose instead to commit hundred$ of million$ to try and get back to post-season play.

    86, I am not disagreeing with you, but my point is that Cashman is looking towards the future to build a team of young table setters with speed and mix in power hitters who are older. This is the way to keep down the costs of your ball club and find a way to beat the shifts that computerized defenses are now trending towards. Ellsbury and Gardner are excellent table setters but will they produce with RISP is the most important question when building this type of team as keeping the line moving becomes an entire team effort? Waiting for the three run homer type of team was what put the Yankees way over the cap in the first place and those days are gone forever.

  50. luis April 30th, 2014 at 2:09 pm

    Doreen,

    :lol: I think G Love was addressing a completely different issue…But your point has merits as nitpicky as it may be ;)

    Primo,

    Good afternoon….Yes we have a need and he is the best arm we have..And yes, his mechanics are consistent enough for him to succeed… He has enough control to force the hitter to commit to a swing..And he has such a nasty repertoire ( I saw the CU last night, wow!!!) that the batters can’t square him up..He will give us 6 quality innings most of the time and sometimes even more

  51. Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    Just for clarification – what classifies the usage of Betances as “weird?”

    He is being used like a long guy or swing man instead of as a middle reliever.

  52. austinmac April 30th, 2014 at 2:15 pm

    Gentlemen,

    Right or wrong, Betances will not see the rotation on the Yankees. Cashman and Girardi both believe he is a reliever. I think Luis would move into the rotation before Betances on this team with this management.

    Luis, start loosening. We may need you soon. A quality appearance will mean throwing harder than Anna.

  53. Madrugador April 30th, 2014 at 2:16 pm

    JF
    Great post this morning about lat/TM injuries and how long they take to heal. Wonder why the “professionals” don’t use this kind of information to guide players rehab? Too much science can’t be right?

  54. luis April 30th, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Luis, start loosening. We may need you soon. A quality appearance will mean throwing harder than Anna.

    ===================

    I certainly can throw harder than Anna…Even with a blown shoulder and almost 50 years of abuse!! ;)

  55. Chip April 30th, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    Jerkface April 30th, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    Just for clarification – what classifies the usage of Betances as “weird?”

    He is being used like a long guy or swing man instead of as a middle reliever.
    —————-

    That’s kind of what I figured you meant.

    I don’t think he’s being used intentionally in that way – If you look at the game logs – he’s out there to get 5 or 6 outs but his pitch count just gets high quickly. For example last night he recorded 40 pitches facing 7 guys.

    I think using for 6 outs isn’t a bad thing – I can think of another reliever who cut his teeth doing the same thing – but because of his inefficiency with his pitch counts it makes it hard to bring him in for back to back games.

  56. luis April 30th, 2014 at 2:21 pm

    One question about last night’s game:

    Did the bleacher creatures chanted a roll call or was it sold out?

  57. Tackelberry April 30th, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Game cancelled. Probably a day-night DH tommorrow

  58. trisha - true pinstriped blue April 30th, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    G. Love, it would be nice if you could let bygones be bygones. I have.

  59. luis April 30th, 2014 at 2:25 pm

    Chip,

    Last night he was the victim of lucky hits as a result of what I think is poor defensive positioning by the Yankees…Shifting with a guy like Betances on the mound makes little sense IMO, he is very hard to pull..So he wasn’t inefficient per se… If those hits become outs, he doesn’t throw 40 pitches to get those 7 batters

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