Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Seattle Mariners Net Runs for 5-19-2010 (Toronto 3, Seattle 2)

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
TORBrett Cecil-1.6960.000-1.603-0.0930.0006.3219
TORJohn Buck1.0591.0890.000-0.1370.1070.000
TORLyle Overbay0.6900.6900.0000.0000.0000.000
TORAaron Hill-0.591-0.9690.0000.3780.0000.000
TOREdwin Encarnacion-1.552-1.6460.0000.0940.0000.000
TORAlex Gonzalez0.5600.3500.0000.2100.0000.000
TORFred Lewis0.692-1.0910.0001.7830.0000.000
TORVernon Wells-1.058-0.8460.000-0.2120.0000.000
TORJose Bautista1.9950.6310.0001.3640.0000.000
TORAdam Lind0.1400.1400.0000.0000.0000.000
TORShawn Camp0.8130.0000.8130.0000.000-5.962
TORScott Downs-0.3760.000-0.3760.0000.0007.353
TORKevin Gregg0.1160.0000.1160.0000.0003.253
TORTOR Luckbox0.2080.0000.0000.2080.0000.000
TORCito Gaston0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
SEADoug Fister0.1170.0000.1170.0000.0004.0924
SEAJosh Bard-0.248-0.2480.0000.0000.0000.000
SEACasey Kotchman0.1070.1020.0000.0050.0000.000
SEAChone Figgins0.6940.6500.000-0.0930.1370.000
SEAJose Lopez0.669-0.8140.0001.4830.0000.000
SEAJosh Wilson0.1121.5410.000-1.4290.0000.000
SEAMilton Bradley0.3570.1170.0000.2400.0000.000
SEAFranklin Gutierrez-1.186-1.1610.000-0.0250.0000.000
SEAIchiro Suzuki-0.304-0.5900.0000.2860.0000.000
SEAMike Sweeney-1.735-1.7350.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAMatt Tuiasosopo-0.315-0.3150.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAKen Griffey Jr-0.238-0.2380.0000.0000.0000.000
SEADavid Aardsma0.9610.0000.9610.0000.000-3.803
SEASEA Luckbox0.2170.2170.0000.0000.0000.000
SEADon Wakamatsu-0.208-0.2080.0000.0000.0000.000
 Safeco Field0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000

Player of the Game: Jose Bautista (1.995 NRuns: 0.631 hitting, 1.364 fielding)

Players with more than 1.000 hitting NRuns: 2 (Josh Wilson and John Buck)

Toronto's lineup: -1.652 NRuns
Seattle's lineup: -2.691 NRuns

Toronto's defense: 3.387 NRuns

Josh Wilson's defense: -1.429 NRuns
Rest of Seattle's defense: 1.896 NRuns

Goat: Mike Sweeney (-1.735 hitting NRuns)


Toronto got three runs during two bad innings by Doug Fister, but to Fister's credit he had such a good game in his other six innings that he got back above average for the night (4.09 EXERA) after he finished the 8th inning. David Aardsma shook off a leadoff double and a runner on 3rd with one out to put down the Jays in the 9th.

Aside from that, Mike Sweeney killed some rallies, Franklin Gutierrez killed some rallies (in one of his worst games of the season), and their most productive hitter tonight, Josh Wilson (1.541 hitting NRuns) got lifted in the 9th for Ken Griffey Jr, who popped out. Many of the M's hits came in low-percentage situations, such as two outs and the bases empty (a single or walk here is worth 0.119 NRuns). They amount to hollow victories and baserunners left behind 9 out of 10 times.

The M's had their moments but couldn't get a real rally going more than 2-3 times. Toronto's outfield defense was great tonight, and when the other team's outfielders are making catches there's usually not much you can do, especially when your team blows.

Not that Jack Zduriencik or Don Wakamatsu deserve to lose their jobs, but I wonder how long ownership puts up with this before they put the heat on. This team is partially their fault (Griffey would have been gone weeks ago if not for Chuck Armstrong), but owners will absolve themselves and blame the GM and field manager when things go south.

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