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RobS 04-05-2013 08:15 AM

The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Well, the season is underway. Don't have great hopes for anything much over .500 for either NY team, but at least Pettitte And Revera look to continue to make it feel like the good ol days :wave:


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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
BOS
0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 9 0
NYY
0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 x 4 8 0
W:Pettitte (1-0)L:Dempster (0-1)SV:Rivera (1)
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RobS 04-09-2013 01:29 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
This is my projection for Yankee wins by pitcher, currently on the roster.

Best Case


# Name P-H H W joined 2013 projected wins
62 Joba Chamberlain R-R 6'2" 250 23-Sep-85 1
65 Phil Hughes R-R 6'5" 240 24-Jun-86 10
27 Shawn Kelley R-R 6'2" 220 26-Apr-84 1
18 Hiroki Kuroda R-R 6'1" 205 10-Feb-75 15
48 Boone Logan R-L 6'5" 215 13-Aug-84 5
47 Ivan Nova R-R 6'4" 225 12-Jan-87 10
46 Andy Pettitte L-L 6'5" 225 15-Jun-72 10
41 David Phelps R-R 6'2" 200 9-Oct-86 4
42 Mariano Rivera R-R 6'2" 195 29-Nov-69 4
30 David Robertson R-R 5'11" 195 9-Apr-85 4
52 CC Sabathia L-L 6'7" 290 21-Jul-80 15
43 Adam Warren R-R 6'1" 200 25-Aug-87 1

predicted total



80

RobS 04-09-2013 01:30 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
I guess they always have a few minor league pitchers come up with a few wins, but even so, most of these numbers are a stretch.

That means, barring some real changes and breaks, the Yanks are a .500 team this year.

hammerhead 04-09-2013 05:07 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
I'll never count out the yanks at the beginning of the year :dunno:thats like saying the Mets are great when their in first in april and we all know where they'll be in october:(:(

RobS 04-09-2013 06:23 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Vinny,

I'm just looking at who they have, what injuries they are coming off of, and don't see how they get many more wins?!

It's like when you're putting together a season, you multiply 9*162 (plus buffer for extra innings, but this gets balanced by shortened games/rainouts)
and you've got to fill up that many innings.

Look at who you've got and see where the wins are coming?

Pettite could have a 15+ win season. Key word: could

CC is, in theory, capable of a 20 win season.

Those 2 would get you to 90, IF they could perform at that level. Big IF given the recent history.

RobS 04-10-2013 12:38 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
well well well, look at the Mets... barring a miracle doesn't look pretty at *all*

# Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB Projected 2013 Wins
50 Scott Atchison R-R 6'2" 200 29-Mar-76 1
46 Greg Burke R-R 6'4" 215 21-Sep-82 1
66 Josh Edgin L-L 6'1" 225 17-Dec-86 1
35 Dillon Gee R-R 6'1" 205 28-Apr-86 5
33 Matt Harvey R-R 6'4" 225 27-Mar-89 7
32 LaTroy Hawkins R-R 6'5" 220 21-Dec-72 1
53 Jeremy Hefner R-R 6'4" 215 11-Mar-86 7
47 Aaron Laffey L-L 6'0" 200 15-Apr-85 5
34 Brandon Lyon R-R 6'1" 200 10-Aug-79 4
49 Jon Niese L-L 6'4" 215 27-Oct-86 15
39 Bobby Parnell R-R 6'4" 200 8-Sep-84 5
56 Scott Rice L-L 6'6" 225 21-Sep-81 4
Predicted 2013 Total 56

RobS 04-10-2013 12:39 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
They have got some aged and injured veterans, a bunch of minor leaguers, and 1 or 2 legit major league pitchers.

RobS 04-14-2013 08:01 AM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Well well well, look who fell in the well. Perhaps the Mets pulled a lucky draw with "phenom" Harvey, who is now 3-0!

RobS 04-19-2013 10:34 AM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Mets W L Pct
Predicted 56 106 0.345
19-Apr 7 7 0.500

RobS 04-19-2013 10:35 AM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Yanks W L Pct
Predicted 80 82 0.493
19-Apr 8 6 0.571

RobS 04-29-2013 04:13 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Player Team W L ERA▲ proj by multiplier
Warren, A NYY 0 0 1.08 0
Rivera, M NYY 0 0 1.8 0
Pettitte, A NYY 3 1 2.22 20.25
Kuroda, H NYY 3 1 2.79 20.25
Robertson, D NYY 1 0 2.79 6.75
Logan, B NYY 1 1 2.84 6.75
Sabathia, C NYY 4 2 3.35 27
Chamberlain, J NYY 0 0 3.86 0
Hughes, P NYY 0 2 4.67 0
Phelps, D NYY 1 1 5.29 6.75
Nova, I NYY 1 1 6.48 6.75
Kelley, S NYY 1 0 6.52 6.75
Eppley, C NYY 0 0 21.6 0
current pace




101.25

RobS 04-29-2013 04:23 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by RobS (Post 2384075)
well well well, look at the Mets... barring a miracle doesn't look pretty at *all*

# Pitchers B/T Ht Wt DOB Projected 2013 Wins
50 Scott Atchison R-R 6'2" 200 29-Mar-76 1
46 Greg Burke R-R 6'4" 215 21-Sep-82 1
66 Josh Edgin L-L 6'1" 225 17-Dec-86 1
35 Dillon Gee R-R 6'1" 205 28-Apr-86 5
33 Matt Harvey R-R 6'4" 225 27-Mar-89 7
32 LaTroy Hawkins R-R 6'5" 220 21-Dec-72 1
53 Jeremy Hefner R-R 6'4" 215 11-Mar-86 7
47 Aaron Laffey L-L 6'0" 200 15-Apr-85 5
34 Brandon Lyon R-R 6'1" 200 10-Aug-79 4
49 Jon Niese L-L 6'4" 215 27-Oct-86 15
39 Bobby Parnell R-R 6'4" 200 8-Sep-84 5
56 Scott Rice L-L 6'6" 225 21-Sep-81 4
Predicted 2013 Total 56

The Mets

Parnell, B NYM 1 0 0.96 7.04
Harvey, M NYM 4 0 1.54 28.17
Rice, S NYM 1 1 2.03 7.04
Niese, J NYM 2 2 3.31 14.09
Hawkins, L NYM 0 0 3.72 0.00
Familia, J NYM 0 0 4.15 0.00
Atchison, S NYM 0 0 4.35 0.00
Lyon, B NYM 1 1 4.82 7.04
Hefner, J NYM 0 2 5.14 0.00
Gee, D NYM 1 4 5.96 7.04
Marcum, S NYM 0 1 6.75 0.00
Laffey, A NYM 0 0 7.2 0.00
Burke, G NYM 0 1 7.36 0.00
Edgin, J NYM 0 1 9.64 0.00
Carson, R NYM 0 0 16.2 0.00
current pace 70.43































































































RobS 05-13-2013 07:21 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Current pace for the Mets is 66 wins...trending.

Bob D'Amico 05-14-2013 12:45 AM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Rob I hear that Magic Johnson is looking for a good statistician to help him decide how many more millions he should blow to make the Dodgers at least a .500 team and beat out San Diego. Seeing that your trade advice to make the Angels the greatest team ever assembled, is working out so well Magic should be calling you soon. ;)

Predicting anything before the All Star break is a waste of time, then again MLB started promoting the fan votes for the All Star teams in April so we are sure to have a bunch of players on the disabled list or ones sent down to a Triple Farm team as "All Stars."

Not sure yet who I'm going vote for the AL Shortstop, both Jeter and Reyes are on the ballot, DL notwithstanding! :eek:

At this point John Gibbons of the Toronto Blue Jays, the per-ordained AL Manager of the Year, will be shit canned BEFORE the All Star break.

Being serious - since I have the MLB Extra Innings package and see a lot of games the class teams of MLB remain the Yankees (using subs), the Giants, Braves, Cards, and Oakland A's. Detroit will probably take the AL Central again this year but trust me on this, the Tigers, in total, including Leyland, suck.

Only one preseason prediction has and will continue to verified each month of the season, Jeffrey Loria is the worst owner of a MLB franchise in the late 20th and early 21st century.

RobS 05-14-2013 01:54 PM

Re: The 2013 New York Baseball Thread
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Bob D'Amico (Post 2385349)
Rob I hear that Magic Johnson is looking for a good statistician to help him decide how many more millions he should blow to make the Dodgers at least a .500 team and beat out San Diego. Seeing that your trade advice to make the Angels the greatest team ever assembled, is working out so well Magic should be calling you soon. ;)

Predicting anything before the All Star break is a waste of time, then again MLB started promoting the fan votes for the All Star teams in April so we are sure to have a bunch of players on the disabled list or ones sent down to a Triple Farm team as "All Stars."

Not sure yet who I'm going vote for the AL Shortstop, both Jeter and Reyes are on the ballot, DL notwithstanding! :eek:

At this point John Gibbons of the Toronto Blue Jays, the per-ordained AL Manager of the Year, will be shit canned BEFORE the All Star break.

Being serious - since I have the MLB Extra Innings package and see a lot of games the class teams of MLB remain the Yankees (using subs), the Giants, Braves, Cards, and Oakland A's. Detroit will probably take the AL Central again this year but trust me on this, the Tigers, in total, including Leyland, suck.

Only one preseason prediction has and will continue to verified each month of the season, Jeffrey Loria is the worst owner of a MLB franchise in the late 20th and early 21st century.

You're probably right about those teams, including the tigers.

Still ticked how Leland let his pitching staff doctor the balls including Kenny Rogers


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