Thursday, May 20, 2010

Seattle Mariners Net Runs for 5-20-2010 (Seattle 4, Toronto 3)

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
TORRicky Romero-1.4530.000-1.6750.2220.0006.3120
TORJose Molina-1.218-1.0010.0000.000-0.2170.000
TORLyle Overbay-0.340-0.3110.000-0.0290.0000.000
TORAaron Hill-0.842-0.4630.000-0.3790.0000.000
TOREdwin Encarnacion0.268-0.1350.0000.4030.0000.000
TORAlex Gonzalez1.1310.8640.0000.2400.0270.000
TORAdam Lind-0.658-0.8260.0000.385-0.2170.000
TORFred Lewis1.859-0.2970.0002.1560.0000.000
TORJose Bautista1.0751.4970.000-0.5290.1070.000
TORVernon Wells-0.931-0.9310.0000.0000.0000.000
TORJeremy Reed0.5010.0000.0000.5010.0000.000
TORJason Frasor-0.0480.000-0.0480.0000.0005.411
TORScott Downs0.4350.0000.4350.0000.000-1.232
TORShawn Camp0.2170.0000.0000.2170.0004.211
TORKevin Gregg-2.2540.000-2.2540.0000.00060.631
TORTOR Luckbox0.5780.3580.0000.2200.0000.000
TORCito Gaston0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
SEAJason Vargas-1.0730.000-1.0730.0000.0005.5620
SEAJosh Bard0.8150.8150.0000.0000.0000.000
SEACasey Kotchman0.8181.0310.000-0.2130.0000.000
SEAChone Figgins-0.649-1.0110.0000.3620.0000.000
SEAJose Lopez0.6240.4020.0000.2220.0000.000
SEAJosh Wilson-0.038-0.2740.0000.2360.0000.000
SEAMilton Bradley0.6260.0100.0000.833-0.2170.000
SEAFranklin Gutierrez0.769-1.0070.0001.7760.0000.000
SEAIchiro Suzuki-0.047-0.3120.0000.482-0.2170.000
SEAMike Sweeney0.4270.4270.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAMichael Saunders0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAKen Griffey Jr1.2181.2180.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAKanekoa Texeira0.2160.000-0.8861.1020.0009.764
SEAShawn Kelley0.2830.0000.2830.0000.0001.853
SEASEA Luckbox0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEADon Wakamatsu-0.578-0.220-0.3580.0000.0000.000
 Safeco Field1.7310.0000.000-1.7310.0000.000

Player of the Game: Fred Lewis (1.859 NRuns: -0.297 hitting, 2.156 fielding)

Goat: Kevin Gregg (-2.254 pitching NRuns)

Ken Griffey Jr's walkoff single: 1.218 NRuns
Rest of Mariners lineup: 0.081 NRuns

Mariners defense: 4.800 NRuns


Remember what I said about the M's needing to come up big in one of the major facets of the game (hitting, pitching, fielding) to win? Well, today the defense (the outfield in particular) had themselves a great game to bail out shoddy pitching and pedestrian offense, keeping the M's in the game enough for a Kevin Gregg implosion and a Ken Griffey Jr lined single to win it.

As for the Jays, they mostly mailed this one in, with only Fred Lewis's defense, Alex Gonzalez's effort and Jose Bautista's two run shot being the big bright spots. I'm surprised this team is so far above .500. They're like the anti-2010-Mariners.

Wak might have done his team a favor in getting ejected today: To that point he had cost his team over half a run with his managerial decisions to bunt and walk hitters.

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