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    Yankees @ Rangers Oct. 3-5

    Yankees are notching 5.1 runs per game, which puts them at 2nd in the league. They have tallied 794 runs while having a team OBP of .325. The Yankees have hit 224 two-baggers as a unit and have smacked 246 balls out of the park. They have compiled 752 RBI's and 1,278 hits on the campaign, and their team batting average sits at .243. New York is slugging .428 and have struck out 1,349 times, while being walked on 598 occasions.

    The Yankees hold a team earned run average of 3.31 on the year (3rd in the league), and the staff has rung up 1,418 batters. They have walked 430 opposing hitters and their FIP comes in at 3.56 as a unit over the course of the season. Their strikeout to walk ratio is 3.30 and the pitching staff has a collective WHIP of 1.12. Yankees pitchers have given up 153 home runs and also 552 total runs (3rd in baseball).

    Yankees bullpen pitchers have stepped onto the hill with players on base 175 times in addition to having 179 appearances in high leverage situations. The bullpen have earned 79 holds so far this year (18th in baseball). The Yankees relief pitchers have a save percentage of 68.2% and stepped onto the hill in 149 save situations. They have accumulated 45 saves this season and have blown 21 of 66 save opportunities. The relievers have inherited 248 runners on the year with 29.0% of them crossed the plate. The Yankees have dispatched 492 relievers to the hill on the season.

    The Yankees have turned 72.0% of balls hit into play into outs in their 12,678 innings, ranking them 2nd in MLB. The New York Yankees are sitting with 4,226 putouts so far this season, in addition to 1,432 assists and 72 errors. Their fielding percentage is currently at .987 which has them ranked 6th in baseball, and they have turned 97 double plays.

    The Rangers hold a slugging percentage of .397 and they have an average of 4.41 runs per contest (12th in the league). They have hit 218 doubles, while walking 443 times and earning 692 runs. Texas has accounted for 193 home runs so far this year and 656 runs batted in. They have been called out on strikes on 1,404 occasions (7th in the league) and are sitting with 1,277 base hits. The Texas Rangers have an OBP of .302 and a team batting average of .240 for the year.

    The Rangers have a team WHIP of 1.340 in addition to having a FIP of 4.13 as a staff on the campaign. Their K/BB ratio is 2.28 (1,277 strikeouts against 559 walks). They rank 18th in baseball as a pitching staff in total hits given up with 1,305. They have surrendered 160 HR's and they allow 4.68 runs per 9 innings (23rd in the league). The Texas pitching staff have conceded 723 runs on the campaign while holding a team ERA of 4.23 (653 earned runs relinquished).

    Texas relief pitchers hold an inherited score percentage of 32.6% out of their 187 inherited runners. Their relief pitchers have stepped onto the hill 158 times in high leverage situations and on 125 occasions with base runners. Sitting with 147 save situations, the Rangers have amassed 83 holds and also 29 blown saves. They rank 28th in baseball with a save rate of 54.7%, and they have dispatched 518 bullpen pitchers to the mound on the campaign. Texas has had relievers enter the game in 64 save opportunities and they have earned 35 saves.

    The Texas Rangers have turned 130 double plays and have a fielding percentage of .983 (25th in MLB). The Rangers have recorded 1,475 assists, 96 errors and are sitting with 4,173 putouts over the course of the season. In 12,519 innings on the diamond, the Rangers hold a defensive efficiency of 69.2% (18th in pro baseball).

    Yankees @ Rangers

    Mon, Oct 3 • 7:05 PM EDT
    At Globe Life Field

    Luis Severino
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    6-3, 3.41 ERA, 105 SO
    Luis Severino pitched four innings, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out four in New York’s 3-2 extra-inning loss in Toronto on Monday.

    Severino started great on Monday night, carrying a 2-0 lead through the first three innings. Seve didn’t allow a Toronto hit until Bo Bichette singled to lead off the 4th and a Kiner-Falefa bobble of a potential double play ball gave Toronto life and led to them tying the game. Severino exited after four innings and just 76 pitches. Severino remains 6-3 with a 3.41 ERA, 1.06 WHIP, and 104 strikeouts in 95 innings across 18 starts this season.

    Martin Perez
    LHP
    12-7, 2.93 ERA, 167 SO

    Tue, Oct 4 • 2:05 PM EDT

    Jameson Taillon
    RHP
    14-5, 3.83 ERA, 146 SO
    Jameson Taillon pitched 7 1/3 innings, allowing two runs on seven hits and zero walks while striking out six in New York’s 5-2 win in Toronto on Tuesday.

    Taillon pitched into the 8th inning to earn his career-high tying 14th victory of the season and help the Yankees clinch the AL East crown. The right scattered seven hits while walking zero batters for the 13th time this season. Taillon improves to 14-5 with a 3.83 ERA, 1.11 WHIP, and 146 strikeouts in 171 1/3 innings across 31 starts this season.

    TBD

    Tue, Oct 4 • 8:05 PM EDT

    Gerrit Cole
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    13-7, 3.51 ERA, 248 SO
    Gerrit Cole pitched 6 1/3 innings, allowing three runs on three hits and one walk while striking out four in New York’s 8-3 win in Toronto on Wednesday.

    Cole upped his Major League-leading strikeout total to 248, placing him 17 ahead of Corbin Burnes, who has two starts remaining to Cole’s one. Cole will finish September 3-0 but carried a 4.80 ERA for the month, having surrendered four runs in three of his five starts. Cole improves to 13-7 with a 3.51 ERA, 1.02 WHIP; and 248 strikeouts (leads MLB) in 194 2/3 innings across 32 starts this season.

    Jon Gray
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    7-7, 3.93 ERA, 131 SO

    Wed, Oct 5 • 4:05 PM EDT

    Domingo German
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    2-4, 3.31 ERA, 52 SO
    Domingo German pitched 5 1/3 innings, allowing two runs on three hits and three walks while striking out six in New York’s 2-1 loss to the Orioles on Friday.

    German has not given up more than three runs in 12 subsequent starts since his season debut but is just 2-3 over that span thanks to a lack of run support like Friday night. German finishes September with an 0-2 record and a 3.51 ERA across five starts. German falls to 2-4 with a 3.31 ERA, 1.12 WHIP, and 52 strikeouts in 68 innings across 14 appearances (13 starts) this season.

    Glenn Otto
    RHP
    6-10, 4.72 ERA, 102 SO
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    No more Green and King, Holmes out for rest of regular season with shoulder issues. Chapman can’t locate anything, Zach out of the season with shoulder fatigue. Peralta out with an injury.

    Have you ever seen a bullpen this decimated going into the postseason? We are going to need some inning chewers from the rotation and hopefully slug our way thru Oct.
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    Yankees need figure out if Chapman will be on the playoff roster. If not, cut him and bring up an arm.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    Yankees need figure out if Chapman will be on the playoff roster. If not, cut him and bring up an arm.
    Cut!

    But they will give him the Rangers series to figure it out. But currently, he ain’t worth the squeeze.
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    Did we lose Marinaccio too ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    Did we lose Marinaccio too ?
    No. Shin injury. He is fine.


    Then again, Sevy was fine. Montas was fine. DJ was fine...



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    Quote Originally Posted by rrzubnyy View Post
    Cut!

    But they will give him the Rangers series to figure it out. But currently, he ain’t worth the squeeze.
    I'd love them to do it today. Then they could add an arm from the farm and give them a couple innings in Texas.



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    Winning 3 of 4 and getting to 100 wins would be nice. Hopefully, Judge runs into a pitch tonight and can take part of tomorrow off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    No. Shin injury. He is fine.


    Then again, Sevy was fine. Montas was fine. DJ was fine...
    Mark Teixeira was also fine. Then the team discovered the reason he couldn't walk was bc his leg was broken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    Winning 3 of 4 and getting to 100 wins would be nice. Hopefully, Judge runs into a pitch tonight and can take part of tomorrow off.
    Play him all 4. He will have most of week off with bye. I’d just DH him.
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    Rangers stadium roof will he open tonight.

    Tidbit of info in regards to this.

    The 2.85 home runs per game average with the roof open in Texas is 33 percent higher than the overall MLB average of 2.15



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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyskilla View Post
    His stern face can give that impression but I don't feel that's the case. New York isn't an easy place to play at, so honestly I can see his confidence at an all-time low for him.

    I don't think he's a bust. I think he just needs the right motivation to pick himself up & play harder.

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    Prior to tonight’s game, the Yankees made the following roster moves:
    •Returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Miguel Castro (#30) from the 60-day injured list.
    •Designated RHP Chi Chi González for assignment.

    Had a feeling this would happen, logical outcome.

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    He is talking about the one and only, pure trash: Ereck Flowers

    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyskilla View Post
    His stern face can give that impression but I don't feel that's the case. New York isn't an easy place to play at, so honestly I can see his confidence at an all-time low for him.

    I don't think he's a bust. I think he just needs the right motivation to pick himself up & play harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhSoSlick View Post
    Prior to tonight’s game, the Yankees made the following roster moves:
    •Returned from rehab and reinstated RHP Miguel Castro (#30) from the 60-day injured list.
    •Designated RHP Chi Chi González for assignment.

    Had a feeling this would happen, logical outcome.

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    If Castro can come back and throw strikes, that would be huge boost to the pen



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    1 Judge RF
    2 Stanton DH
    3 Torres 2nd
    4 JD 3rd
    5 DJ 1st
    6 Hicks CF( I hope this is the last series we have to watch him, ever again in pinstripes)
    7 Peraza SS ( somehow hope he hits his way onto the playoff roster)
    8 Higgy C
    9 Marwin LF
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    If Castro can come back and throw strikes, that would be huge boost to the pen
    he's definately got the stuff, if he can find the strike zone consistently, that would be huge.

    Got some news on Ridings, he's one of the guys they are working out at the ALT site. He's still in the rebuilding velo stage ( currently sitting 96-98 ), breaking ball is in good shape also. He very well could find himself on the playoff roster if they decide they need BP help

    I was also told that what and who they will make the playoff roster, especially the pitchers for the 1st round. Sounds like they are leaning towards carrying 14 position players and 12 pitchers, at least for the 1st round

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