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#Athletics at #Yankees, Crisp back in leadoff spot and Stephen Vogt in RF: pic.twitter.com/TEhTyCnD9q— Susan Slusser (@susanslusser) June 5, 2014
#Athletics at #Yankees, Crisp back in leadoff spot and Stephen Vogt in RF: pic.twitter.com/TEhTyCnD9q
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CainExodus wrote: JAAAAASSSSOOOO!
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voxhoo wrote: Was Jaso's homer a Yankee stadium homer?
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voxhoo wrote: Pomeranz' velocity already down to 90-91 in the 2nd inning. He was sitting 92-94 as a reliever and in the early innings as a starter. But, with each passing start, his ability to sustain that velocity gets shorter and shorter. Not a surprise as his previous seasons as a starter, he's shown more of a 90-92 fastball.Problem is that he's been very hittable when his fastball is average.
Posted: 06/05/2014 11:45 AM
ganggreen18 wrote: His main weapon is that he's deceptive. 90-92 is like 95-97. I think he's gonna be a stud when he adds a 3rd pitch.
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voxhoo wrote: ganggreen18 wrote: His main weapon is that he's deceptive. 90-92 is like 95-97. I think he's gonna be a stud when he adds a 3rd pitch.How deceptive is he really?Opponent OPS by pitch count:Pitch 1-25: .344Pitch 26-50: .751Pitch 51-75: .883Pitch 76-100: .917AthertonA just showed that his velocity goes down inning by inning and as his velocity comes down he becomes very hittable.Edit: To be fair, part of that could also be the lack of a 3rd pitch so, the more times through the order, the easier it is to hit him.
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