June 18, 2024

9 thoughts on “Yankees.com: Holmes looks ‘about as nasty as it gets’ in 5-out save

  1. You know there were some striking (npi) performances when Ozzz going 2-3 with a HR and knocking in literally every run the game had doesn’t merit even a mention.
    A few bloopers caught, a few hard it balls through (more natural occurences on average) and the Yankees could be sweeping this series.
    Also, why are we interested in Rodon’s legs? And – which leg interests us, or doesn’t it matter, so long as we like one of them?

  2. Holmes has pitched 15 innings, allowed 14 baserunners, 16 Ks, and zero earned runs. That’s quite impressive.
    Then again Lee Guetterman started the 1989 season with 30 scoreless innings….and exactly why I can remember statistics like that but forget the name of my grandkids is something that is a puzzle.

  3. Max Goodman “Baseball America released an updated top-100 prospects list today and five #Yankees made the cut.

    All five of them are position players:

    Jasson Domínguez, 17
    Spencer Jones, 31
    Austin Wells, 59
    Roderick Arias, 94
    George Lombard Jr., 99”

  4. Day Game today. Bradish makes his debut today vs Rodon

    A Volpe (R) SS
    J Soto (L) RF
    A Judge (R) DH
    A Rizzo (L) 1B
    G Torres (R) 2B
    A Verdugo (L) LF
    O Cabrera (S) 3B
    A Wells (L) C
    T Grisham (L) CF

    1. I was just about to write about how weird it is for Verdugo to return to a demotion in the lineup, while Rizzo has been, what, oh for the series?

  5. A perusal of the starting line-ups show that they have 4 players OPSin under 800, while the Yankes have on 2 players over 800 (with Verdugo at 804).

    Crazy, especially given the names there.

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