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Sanchez batting cleanup
5 months ago  ::  Apr 25, 2019 - 9:30PM #1
possum56
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Why in the world does he have him batting cleanup, he hasn't come close to putting a ball in play yet.  I know it's just the second night but also in his rehab game he acted uninterested just like he appears to me most of the time. He hit a grounder in the hole and only got half way to 1st and was thrown out, wish Cashman had called Charleston and to him to stay until he plays like he cares.  Just my opinion
5 months ago  ::  Apr 25, 2019 - 9:44PM #2
luvdayanks
Posts: 26,934

Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:30PM, possum56 wrote:

Why in the world does he have him batting cleanup, he hasn't come close to putting a ball in play yet.  I know it's just the second night but also in his rehab game he acted uninterested just like he appears to me most of the time. He hit a grounder in the hole and only got half way to 1st and was thrown out, wish Cashman had called Charleston and to him to stay until he plays like he cares.  Just my opinion




I just said  the same thing in another  thread . They should drop him to 6 or 7 until he gets his swing back. Doesn't  make sense to me to put him cleanup  right off the  IL. 

5 months ago  ::  Apr 25, 2019 - 11:35PM #3
davis2
Posts: 16,990

Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:44PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:30PM, possum56 wrote:

Why in the world does he have him batting cleanup, he hasn't come close to putting a ball in play yet.  I know it's just the second night but also in his rehab game he acted uninterested just like he appears to me most of the time. He hit a grounder in the hole and only got half way to 1st and was thrown out, wish Cashman had called Charleston and to him to stay until he plays like he cares.  Just my opinion




I just said  the same thing in another  thread . They should drop him to 6 or 7 until he gets his swing back. Doesn't  make sense to me to put him cleanup  right off the  IL. 



9th.  He brought the arm with him though...

5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 7:25AM #4
yankoldfan
Posts: 7,975

Apr 25, 2019 -- 11:35PM, davis2 wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:44PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:30PM, possum56 wrote:

Why in the world does he have him batting cleanup, he hasn't come close to putting a ball in play yet.  I know it's just the second night but also in his rehab game he acted uninterested just like he appears to me most of the time. He hit a grounder in the hole and only got half way to 1st and was thrown out, wish Cashman had called Charleston and to him to stay until he plays like he cares.  Just my opinion




I just said  the same thing in another  thread . They should drop him to 6 or 7 until he gets his swing back. Doesn't  make sense to me to put him cleanup  right off the  IL. 



9th.  He brought the arm with him though...




What bothers me the most about Sanchez, the pitches he swings at he couldn't hit anyways... He's never had a good idea of the strike zone, I've said it forever, good hitters know what a strike or a ball is and until they can recognize the difference they'll never be a great hitter..

5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 9:44AM #5
bumper
Posts: 6,238

Apr 26, 2019 -- 7:25AM, yankoldfan wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 11:35PM, davis2 wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:44PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Apr 25, 2019 -- 9:30PM, possum56 wrote:

Why in the world does he have him batting cleanup, he hasn't come close to putting a ball in play yet.  I know it's just the second night but also in his rehab game he acted uninterested just like he appears to me most of the time. He hit a grounder in the hole and only got half way to 1st and was thrown out, wish Cashman had called Charleston and to him to stay until he plays like he cares.  Just my opinion




I just said  the same thing in another  thread . They should drop him to 6 or 7 until he gets his swing back. Doesn't  make sense to me to put him cleanup  right off the  IL. 



9th.  He brought the arm with him though...




What bothers me the most about Sanchez, the pitches he swings at he couldn't hit anyways... He's never had a good idea of the strike zone, I've said it forever, good hitters know what a strike or a ball is and until they can recognize the difference they'll never be a great hitter..




don't think it's a matter of strikes or balls, he's not recognizing the breaking ball at all. slider = swing & miss ...

5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 9:46AM #6
ArtVandelay
Posts: 34,732

well Tanaka sh!t the bed...

5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 10:39AM #7
crush41
Posts: 56
Art is right, 4 run lead in the 5th, and he pulled an AJ Burnett.    Boone should have had someone else warming , after the 1st hr.  However winning 3 of 4 on the west coast with a completely inferior lineup is very impressive.   The House of Horrors is gone until next year.  I think we can get 2 of 3 in San francisco.
5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 11:01AM #8
bomberhojoe
Posts: 14,846

Sanchez is very talented but also terribly undisciplined. If he was fundamentally sound he would be a phenomenal player.

John 3:16 * Ephesians 2:8-9 * Romans 10:9-10 * John 14:3-6 * Romans 5:8
5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 11:11AM #9
crush41
Posts: 56
Sanchez is all brain no brains, another poster stated that he has poor k zone recognition,  which was obvious all series, he and Judge both swing at horrible pitches off the plate,  and tend to kill a lot of rallies.
5 months ago  ::  Apr 26, 2019 - 3:41PM #10
theseth
Posts: 839

Apr 26, 2019 -- 11:11AM, crush41 wrote:

Sanchez is all brain no brains, another poster stated that he has poor k zone recognition, which was obvious all series, he and Judge both swing at horrible pitches off the plate, and tend to kill a lot of rallies.



I think you mean all brawn no brains!!

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