You remember starting pitching, right? Those are the guys before the relievers. Well, they are back in this postseason. The Nationals have advanced to the World Series behind the strength of their
by: Steven Tydings — Views from 314 Ft. 6h
Yesterday, I wrote about how the Yankees’ bullpenning strategy this postseason flew in the face of what the other remaining franchises were employing. Though some of the tactics were born from necessity, it still represents a fascinating disparity...
by: Travis Durkee — Sporting News 15 Oct
Aaron Boone told reporters Monday he plans to make Game 4 “kind of a bullpen day” for New York.
by: Dan Martin — New York Post 15 Oct
If their Game 2 loss in Houston proved anything, it’s that the Yankees have completely embraced erasing traditional pitching roles. From pulling James Paxton with one out in the third despite the
by: http://www.facebook.com/ChronBrianSmith — Houston Chronicle 15 Oct
NEW YORK -- Manager A.J. Hinch would not commit to a specific name before Game 3 was played. But Hinch acknowledged Monday that Game 4 will likely be a bullpen game for his club, following ALCS starts from Zack Greinke, Justin Verlander and Gerrit...
by: N/A — SNY: NYY Fans 15 Oct
The Yankees pulled off a bit of a Game 1 shocker against the Astros in opening game of the ALCS, topping the series favorites 7-0 on the road. The bats came to play, but RHP Masahiro Tanaka did, too.
by: James Wagner — NY Times 14 Oct
Unlike the Astros and their workhorse starters, the Yankees are leaning heavily on relievers — a strategy that was tested as their second A.L.C.S. game went to extra innings.
by: Rob Longley — Ottawa Sun 14 Oct
NEW YORK — The hunch is pretty strong and the message mostly clear: J.A. Happ isn’t overly fond of the direction starting pitching is going and as the drama builds in the ALCS, he will be powerless to alter it.
by: stevecontursi — Reflections On Baseball 14 Oct
The Yankees ALCS battle with the Astros pits the two elite teams in baseball at war. We knew we would see all of these things, though, didn't we?
by: Mike Calendrillo — Fansided: Yanks Go Yard 14 Oct
You could tell that Yankees starter James Paxton didn't have it in Game 2 of the ALCS. However, Chad Green was perfect for two frames and shouldn't have be...
by: Chris Passarelli — Double G Sports 14 Oct
The New York Yankees lost a tough one in Houston on Sunday night, 3-2 in 11 innings. After an Aaron Judge home run off Justin Verlander put them up 2-1, Aaron Boone was way too quick to burn through his relievers. Ultimately, his rigid method of...
by: Rachael McDaniel — FanGraphs 14 Oct
The series now moves to the Bronx knotted up 1-1.
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