• Yanks/Tribe Batter/Pitcher Match-ups

    Posted by on October 4th, 2007 · Comments (2)

    I just noticed that Brian at Depressed Fan has created a spreadsheet with all of the Yanks/Tribe batter/pitcher match ups for both teams. As Brian told me: “I thought it would be fun to see the logic behind bullpen moves, and also see where the managers are going against the grain.” Sound like fun, indeed.

    Click here to download the file from Brian.

    Comments on Yanks/Tribe Batter/Pitcher Match-ups

    1. Harry
      October 4th, 2007 | 3:17 pm

      Just curiously checked out your first ever posts on the site and found this amusing:

      April 20th @ The Blue Jays

      Carl Pavano is starting to remind me of a right-handed version of Andy Pettitte. Both of them have that Betty Davis eyes thing going at times. Both of them are big body pitchers that you would expect to throw harder than they really do chuck. Their uni numbers are close – 45 now for Carl, 46 then for Andy. And, it seems like they are alike in the sense that they’re capable of throwing a great game or a hosting Tee-ball session. I know many were down on the signing of Pavano based on the “one-year wonder” theory. But, I think I’m going to like him – as I did Pettitte.

    2. October 4th, 2007 | 4:39 pm

      Carl fooled me, what can I say?

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