Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Seattle Mariners Net Runs for 4-27-2010 (Seattle 3, Kansas City 2)

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
SEAIan Snell 0.6380.000-0.4531.0910.0005.7616
SEAAdam Moore -0.998-0.9980.0000.0000.0000.000
SEACasey Kotchman -1.776-2.0480.0000.2720.0000.000
SEAChone Figgins -1.379-0.4370.000-0.9420.0000.000
SEAJose Lopez 1.013-0.2910.0000.6880.6160.000
SEAJack Wilson -1.340-1.1500.000-0.1900.0000.000
SEAMilton Bradley 3.8611.3630.0002.4980.0000.000
SEAFranklin Gutierrez 3.1020.9780.0002.1240.0000.000
SEAIchiro Suzuki -2.094-0.0910.000-1.501-0.5020.000
SEAKen Griffey Jr0.1150.1150.0000.0000.0000.000
SEASEA Luckbox0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEADon Wakamatsu0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAEric Byrnes 0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAShawn Kelley 0.6200.0000.6200.0000.0001.945
SEAMark Lowe -0.1530.000-0.1530.0000.0006.323
SEADavid Aardsma -0.6090.000-0.6090.0000.00010.133

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
KCRZack Greinke 1.3390.0001.3390.0000.0003.4521
KCRJason Kendall -0.622-1.0960.0000.4740.0000.000
KCRBilly Butler 1.5951.1990.0000.3960.0000.000
KCRAlberto Callaspo -1.475-0.2920.000-1.1830.0000.000
KCRAlex Gordon-0.308-0.4910.0000.0260.1570.000
KCRYuniesky Betancourt -2.195-0.9910.000-1.2040.0000.000
KCRScott Podsednik -0.105-0.7050.0000.6000.0000.000
KCRMitch Maier 1.6621.1850.0000.4480.0290.000
KCRDavid DeJesus 0.456-0.6230.0001.447-0.3680.000
KCRJose Guillen -1.606-1.6060.0000.0000.0000.000
KCRKCR Luckbox0.1570.1570.0000.0000.0000.000
KCRTrey Hillman0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
KCRJosh Rupe-0.1020.000-0.1020.0000.0007.601
KCRRob Tejeda -1.1150.000-0.295-0.8200.0000
KCRBruce Chen1.3190.0001.2050.1140.0000.005
 Kauffmann Stadium0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000

Players of the Game because picking only one is absurd:

Milton Bradley (3.861 NRuns: 1.363 hitting, 2.498 fielding)
Franklin Gutierrez (3.102 NRuns: 0.978 hitting, 2.124 fielding)

ICHIRO HURTS THIS TEAM WITH NEGATIVE NET RUNS (-2.094 NRuns: -0.091 hitting, -1.501 fielding, -0.502 running)

See what happens, Wak, when you use a reliever for multiple innings?: Shawn Kelley (0.620 pitching NRuns)

That pitcher's pretty good, you should use him more: Zack Greinke (1.339 pitching NRuns)

They used to be Mariners:

Yuniesky Betancourt (-2.195 NRuns: -0.991 hitting, -1.204 fielding... the GOAT)
Jose Guillen (-1.606 hitting NRuns)


There was no way Ian Snell was going to pitch himself out of a demotion to the bullpen today, but despite his initial trouble he actually pitched very well in the early innings. Both back to back base hits that led off the game were on groundballs past Chone Figgins, and he got a strikeout and pop out with the bases loaded in that frame before a tapback to the mound got him out of it. Even the leadoff double in the 2nd came on a groundball, and none of his outcomes before the inning ending lineout in the 3rd were negative. Even the leadoff walk and wild pitch to start the 4th were negated by a strikeout, and his flyball that led to a triple was negated by a groundout.

It was only the Royals blasting off in his final 1.1 frames (three line drives and a walk) that brought his EXERA hurtling back to Earth like an armaggeddonic meteor. Though Snell will now work out of the bullpen with Cliff Lee back, he showed a ton of reasons today why the team keeps trying to work him into a better pitcher.

This was still a cheese grater of a win, and it took Milton Bradley and Franklin Gutierrez capitalizing with men on for the Mariners to pull ahead. One other positive is that Wak FINALLY used a reliever for multiple frames after a long stretch of one inning outings, as Shawn Kelley finished up the 6th for Snell, and then worked a 1-2-3 7th. See, Wak, it can work! Also, Kudos for actually using the otherwise disused Kelley. Shawn's velocity was down, but he also wasn't working consistently. Perhaps a rhythm of consistent outings can help him get back to form.

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