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The Secret to Beating the Yankees
10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:20PM #11
crod
Posts: 429

You'll be seeing a lot K's against top right-handed pitchers in October. FYI, I'm not a kid and have been watching baseball since you're were born. I analyze the game and don't just watch the highlights like you guys.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:22PM #12
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 14,555

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:16PM, crod wrote:


You're looking at averages compiled against mostly mediocre pitchers. Tell what the averages are against the top pitchers which they will see in the playoffs. 




I don't feel like digging up numbers on the Yankees vs good pitchers.  Let's just assume that good teams have good pitching.  Vs teams below .500 the Yankees are 19-11, vs teams above .500 the Yankees are 18-7.  Maybe they step up against better teams.


How will they beat good righty pitching in the postseason?  By making them work deep in counts and punishing mistakes.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:23PM #13
Cocopugg
Posts: 6,389

Crud's opinions are about as useful as a rubber on a dildo.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:25PM #14
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 14,555

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:20PM, crod wrote:


You'll be seeing a lot K's against top right-handed pitchers in October. FYI, I'm not a kid and have been watching baseball since you're were born. I analyze the game and don't just watch the highlights like you guys.




What have you been analyzing?  Who are these great righties owning the Yankees?  The Yankees have been striking out a lot but they also are walking and blasting extra base hits.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:25PM #15
crod
Posts: 429

It's not about losing but how they consistently lose games. If you learn to analyze games, you'll see a pattern developing on how they lose. All I'm saying is that I don't think they can far in the playoffs when there's a book on how to pitch the Yankee hitters. But you guys are blinded by the "best record in baseball" which doesn't always win the World Series.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:27PM #16
louisiana_lightning
Posts: 14,555

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:25PM, crod wrote:


It's not about losing but how they consistently lose games. If you learn to analyze games, you'll see a pattern developing on how they lose. All I'm saying is that I don't think they can far in the playoffs when there's a book on how to pitch the Yankee hitters. But you guys are blinded by the "best record in baseball" which doesn't always win the World Series.




How are they consistently losing 31% of their games?  Nothing is guaranteed in the playoffs but no team is looking forward to facing a team playing like the Yankees are playing.

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:33PM #17
davis2
Posts: 15,807

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:16PM, crod wrote:


You're looking at averages compiled against mostly mediocre pitchers. Tell what the averages are against the top pitchers which they will see in the playoffs. 



I bet you will come up with similar numbers if you do that with the rest of MLB...   Good pitchers are usually good against everybody. Do you live in Mom's basement???

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:37PM #18
Bats
Posts: 7,985

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:25PM, crod wrote:


It's not about losing but how they consistently lose games. If you learn to analyze games, you'll see a pattern developing on how they lose. All I'm saying is that I don't think they can far in the playoffs when there's a book on how to pitch the Yankee hitters. But you guys are blinded by the "best record in baseball" which doesn't always win the World Series.




What book? The Yankees just spanked the Indians, Astros, Red Sox, Angels.....LOL......what book, crud?


As for the playoffs, everyone with functioning right and left brain knows that it's a pitching game in October. 


Not just that....


But every little leaguer in the United States with a functioning right and left brain knows that there is a difference between June and August. 


GOSH...you too are brainless DIXHEAD. The funny part is, you don't even realize it. 

10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:38PM #19
El Guapo
Posts: 1,063
Don't ALL teams have a more difficult time against good pitchers?  I mean, isn't that why good pitchers are good?  The Yankees are, what, 20 games over .500 at this point?  If someone has figured out a plan to beat them, the plan ain't working.
10 months ago  ::  Jun 04, 2018 - 10:41PM #20
Bats
Posts: 7,985

Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:12PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Jun 4, 2018 -- 10:07PM, crod wrote:


Yes, remember they beat the Astros mostly by beating their bullpen. The still haven't beaten Verlander, Morton or Cole. As evidence from the second game, if you throw right-handed power relievers the Yankees cannot score runs.




Lookie here the Yankees  are losing a game and the idiot cruddy  is back. Where were you the first game that they won? 




Ya know how when a tough lefthander is about to bat and how the manager brings in a lefty pitcher to face him? We call that a lefty specialist right?


Well, when the Yankees are losing , CRUD always comes out.  I guess that makes LOSING SPECIALIST aka A Loser.  (LOL)


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