50 Games of Misery Left
|Mark Prior, RHP
7-4, 3.64 ERA
112/35 K/BB, 17 HR in 106.1 IP
|Aaron Harang, RHP|
7-10, 3.90 ERA
118/41 K/BB, 12 HR in 145.1 IP
|SS #Felipe Lopez||LF *Matt Lawton|
|C Jason LaRue||2B *Todd Walker|
|CF *Ken Griffey Jr.||1B Derrek Lee|
|LF *Adam Dunn||3B Aramis Ramirez|
|1B *Sean Casey||RF *Jeromy Burnitz|
|RF Austin Kearns||SS Nomar Garciaparra|
|3B Edwin Encarnacion||CF *Corey Patterson|
|2B #Ray Olmedo||C Henry Blanco|
|P Aaron Harang||P Mark Prior|
Brooksbaseball.net has some interesting stats/graphs on pitch and strike zones and you can dial up individual games/pitchers. I'd love to see some comments from readers who can interpret this better than I can. I thought the Ump was really inconsistent with a very wide zone. Does this info seem to match up with my eyeball perception?
Here is Lackey/Lester from last night. It seems their box is a bit different than the K-Zone TBS was using.
Here is Lester's data:
Cuzzi has long been known as having the biggest strike zone among all umpires.
AZ Phil, give me a scouting report on Chris Pieters since he has become a 1B/OF.
But, whatever. Umps are going to miss calls. Let's beat up on the non-Lackey starters.
Watched a little of Mets-Dodgers.
Jason deGrom -- oh, my.
Cubs 3-4-5 hitters are 0-21 so far in the post-season.
Let's change that in a big effin' way tomorrow, boys.
Rizzo and Bryant need to have good at bats. They are really looking outclassed in these two games.
that game sounds fun as hell.
TBS' K Zone seems to be more harsh than the others.
"Strop vs. Cardinals." Seen the movie. Hated it.
Sweet merciful fuck, I hate the Cardinals.