• The Yankees Chan Ho Park Experience To Date

    Posted by on May 28th, 2010 · Comments (4)

    It’s been a Juan Acevedo/Gabe White/Felix Heredia/LaTroy Hawkins-like ride, so, far, hasn’t it? In case you’ve missed any of it, here are the details:

    When you’re sliding into first
    And your pants begin to burst
    That’s diarrhea, diarrhea

    When you’re sliding into two
    And your pants are filled with goo
    That’s diarrhea, diarrhea

    When you’re sliding into third
    And you feel a greasy turd
    That’s diarrhea, diarrhea

    When you’re sliding into home
    And your pants are filled with foam
    That’s diarrhea, diarrhea

    Date Opp Batter Score Inn Out Play Description
    2010-04-04 @BOS Marco Scutaro ahead 7-5 b7 0 Single to CF (Ground Ball thru SS-2B)
    2010-04-04 @BOS Jacoby Ellsbury ahead 7-5 b7 0 Strikeout Looking
    2010-04-04 @BOS Dustin Pedroia ahead 7-5 b7 1 Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep LF Line); Scutaro Scores
    2010-04-04 @BOS Victor Martinez tied 7-7 b7 1 Groundout: 2B-1B (2B-1B)
    2010-04-04 @BOS Kevin Youkilis tied 7-7 b7 2 Double to CF (Fly Ball to Deep LF-CF)
    2010-04-07 @BOS Marco Scutaro tied 1-1 b7 0 Flyball: RF
    2010-04-07 @BOS Jacoby Ellsbury tied 1-1 b7 1 Flyball: CF
    2010-04-07 @BOS Dustin Pedroia tied 1-1 b7 2 Flyball: CF (Deep CF)
    2010-04-07 @BOS Victor Martinez tied 1-1 b8 0 Groundout: 2B-1B
    2010-04-07 @BOS Kevin Youkilis tied 1-1 b8 1 Flyball: CF (Deep CF)
    2010-04-07 @BOS David Ortiz tied 1-1 b8 2 Strikeout Swinging
    2010-04-07 @BOS Adrian Beltre tied 1-1 b9 0 Flyball: RF (Deep RF)
    2010-04-07 @BOS J.D. Drew tied 1-1 b9 1 Single to CF (Ground Ball thru SS-2B)
    2010-04-07 @BOS Mike Cameron tied 1-1 b9 1 Flyball: LF (Deep LF)
    2010-04-07 @BOS Marco Scutaro tied 1-1 b9 2 Lineout: LF
    2010-04-13 LAA Jeff Mathis ahead 5-0 t7 0 Groundout: 3B-1B (Weak 3B)
    2010-04-13 LAA Brandon Wood ahead 5-0 t7 1 Lineout: RF
    2010-04-13 LAA Erick Aybar ahead 5-0 t7 2 Single to RF (Line Drive to Short RF)
    2010-04-13 LAA Bobby Abreu ahead 5-0 t7 2 Groundout: P-1B
    2010-04-13 LAA Torii Hunter ahead 5-0 t8 0 Strikeout Swinging
    2010-04-13 LAA Hideki Matsui ahead 5-0 t8 1 Groundout: 2B-1B
    2010-04-13 LAA Kendry Morales ahead 5-0 t8 2 Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep RF)
    2010-04-13 LAA Juan Rivera ahead 5-1 t8 2 Foul Popfly: 1B (1B Foul)
    2010-05-17 BOS Darnell McDonald ahead 7-6 t7 0 Single to LF (Line Drive)
    2010-05-17 BOS Marco Scutaro ahead 7-6 t7 0 Flyball: RF (CF-RF)
    2010-05-17 BOS Dustin Pedroia ahead 7-6 t7 1 Ground Ball Double Play: 2B-SS-1B
    2010-05-17 BOS J.D. Drew ahead 7-6 t8 0 Single to RF (Line Drive)
    2010-05-17 BOS Kevin Youkilis ahead 7-6 t8 0 Home Run (Line Drive to Deep LF); Drew Scores
    2010-05-17 BOS Victor Martinez down 7-8 t8 0 Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep CF-RF)
    2010-05-20 TBR Ben Zobrist down 4-7 t8 0 Lineout: RF (Deep RF)
    2010-05-20 TBR Evan Longoria down 4-7 t8 1 Flyball: CF (Deep CF)
    2010-05-20 TBR Carlos Pena down 4-7 t8 2 Home Run (Fly Ball to Deep CF-RF)
    2010-05-20 TBR B.J. Upton down 4-8 t8 2 Groundout: 3B-1B (Weak 3B)
    2010-05-20 TBR Willy Aybar down 4-8 t9 0 Strikeout Looking
    2010-05-20 TBR Dioner Navarro down 4-8 t9 1 Single to RF (Fly Ball to CF-RF)
    2010-05-20 TBR Reid Brignac down 4-8 t9 1 Flyball: CF (CF-RF)
    2010-05-20 TBR Jason Bartlett down 4-8 t9 2 Groundout: 3B-2B/Forceout at 2B (Weak 3B)
    2010-05-22 @NYM Jose Reyes down 1-4 b6 2 Single to RF (Ground Ball thru 2B-1B); Cora to 2B
    2010-05-22 @NYM Luis Castillo down 1-4 b6 2 Groundout: 1B unassisted
    2010-05-22 @NYM Jason Bay down 1-4 b7 0 Single to 3B (Ground Ball)
    2010-05-22 @NYM Ike Davis down 1-4 b7 0 Popfly: 2B (Weak SS)
    2010-05-22 @NYM David Wright down 1-4 b7 1 Flyball: RF
    2010-05-22 @NYM Angel Pagan down 1-4 b7 2 Double to LF (Ground Ball); Bay Scores
    2010-05-22 @NYM Rod Barajas down 1-5 b7 2 Flyball: CF
    2010-05-27 @MIN Denard Span down 2-5 b6 2 Single to 2B (Ground Ball)
    2010-05-27 @MIN Orlando Hudson down 2-5 b6 2 Groundout: 2B-1B
    2010-05-27 @MIN Joe Mauer down 2-5 b7 0 Walk
    2010-05-27 @MIN Justin Morneau down 2-5 b7 0 Single to RF (Ground Ball thru 2B-1B); Mauer to 2B
    Provided by Baseball-Reference.com: View Original Table
    Generated 5/28/2010.

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    Comments on The Yankees Chan Ho Park Experience To Date

    1. Raf
      May 28th, 2010 | 10:53 am

      He should never be allowed to face LHB’s

    2. #15
      May 28th, 2010 | 11:00 am

      The quadfecta of Winn, Thames, Johnson and Park were, collectively, an awful group of signings. All of these guys were very late in their game, one dimensional and with very limited upside. On paper, the Melky for Javy deal still makes sense. But on the turf, yuck. not sure how you knock 3-4 MPH off a guys fastball just by changing his uniform. Unless Granderson turns it around, and does so quickly, this may go down as one of the worst off-season jobs by management in Yankee history (admittedly, following one of their best). Mid-season corrections are going to be essential in light of the failures during the winter of ’09-10. We need a capable (read that as a fast, strong defensive) fourth outfielder, a better starter than Javy, a replacement for CHOP, and some options at DH. Jorge could be that DH option, but we’d have to keep Moeller on the roster (I,m okay with that).

    3. Orlando Ozio
      May 28th, 2010 | 12:54 pm

      Granderson is already a disaster. Remember the beat writers who told us he’d hit 50 home runs? He’ll be lucky to hit 15. And how does Al Leiter’s prediction of a 23-win season for Vazquez look now? I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: no one who acquires Javy Vazquez twice and Kei Igawa once had any business running a mjor league team.

    4. Evan3457
      May 28th, 2010 | 10:55 pm

      Who the heck said Granderson would hit 50? I don’t think many said he’d hit 40.

      Orlando Ozio wrote:

      I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: no one who acquires Javy Vazquez twice and Kei Igawa once had any business running a mjor league team.

      2010 ring says: wrong.

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