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Gameday 32: Phillies vs. Blue Jays

Posted by Brian Michael, Wed, May 07, 2014 08:29 PM | Comments: 19
2014 Gameday

Toronto Blue Jays (16-17) at Philadelphia Phillies (15-16)

Blue Jays

Starting Pitchers:
TOR: Mark Buehrle (5-2, 1.96)
vs.
PHI: Cliff Lee (3-2, 2.89)

Time: 7:05, Rogers Center
TV: CSN
Weather: Indoors
Media: Twitter and Facebook

Lineup: Revere CF / Rollins SS / Utley 2B / Ruiz C / Byrd RF / Brown LF / Mayberry 1B / Asche 3B / Lee P

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  • Posts: 0 Guest

    Can’t hit so can’t score runs. Having DH is actually hurting them. Rather see Lee hit.

     
    • Posts: 0 schmenkman

      Would rather see Lee hit than who? And why?

       
      • Posts: 0 Guest

        For today’s game with who is in the lineup I would rather see Lee hit them Nix. He is a rightey but has terible numbers against them.

         
      • Posts: 0 schmenkman

        I don’t know who them is, but he has some of his best numbers against Toronto (.756 OPS), and has hit lefties fairly well the past three years (.739 OPS). This year, of course, he hasn’t hit anybody in the early going.

         
      • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

        @sheck Well its this year… Nix at DH are you kidding me.

         
      • Posts: 0 schmenkman

        1) yes, it’s this year, but it’s a small sample, and what’s happened over THREE YEARS is much more meaningful and predictive in what will happen going forward.

        2) he’s not the DH

         
      • Posts: 0 Hogey's Role

        Bottom line is nix sucks, but he’s not the only reason this team sucks again this year

         
      • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

        He would be if Jroll wasn’t hurt.

         
  • Posts: 0 Guest

    The game is over now anyway. Had several chances to score but wasted them. Not Lee’s fault. Need to swap some people from triple A.

     
  • Posts: 0 Chuck A.

    I agree. Jayson Nix and Freddy Galvis are wasted roster spots and almost automatic outs. Need to do something about the bench but not sure what that actually is.

     
  • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

    Shawn Camp…..right….gtfoh Ruben

     
  • Posts: 0 Scotty Ingerton

    Hats off to the people who can actually make it through an entire game with this team. Has there ever been a team with a bench this punchless?

     
    • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

      Yes, the Yankees of the Central Springfield Va in 1981 of which I was the coach.

       
    • Posts: 0 schmenkman

      A quick search shows three more punchless benches in the NL this year alone: Arizona, San Fran, St. Louis all have lower OPS by their combined bench.

       
  • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

    Opps, Little League.

     
  • Posts: 0 c. schreiber

    Oops, Oops> Too many beers watching the P’s.

     
    • Posts: 0 Hogey's Role

      No reason to apologize for that lol

       
  • Posts: 0 Joe

    No excuse for these poor performances by the 24 and 25 million dollar pitchers. They’re paid huge cash to excel. Average pitchers at best. Where is the accountability?

     
    • Posts: 0 schmenkman

      No pitcher excels in every game, no matter how much they’re paid.

      And what sort of accountability did you have in mind?

       
 
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