Thursday, May 6, 2010

Seattle Mariners Net Runs for 5-6-2010 (Tampa Bay 8, Seattle 0)

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
TBRJeff Niemann0.0310.000-0.1140.1450.0004.3521
TBRJohn Jaso-1.153-1.1530.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRCarlos Pena0.4250.4250.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRBen Zobrist1.8000.5280.0001.2720.0000.000
TBREvan Longoria0.6050.6050.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRJason Bartlett0.053-0.4700.0000.5230.0000.000
TBRCarl Crawford3.4062.3830.0001.0230.0000.000
TBRBJ Upton0.355-0.1490.0001.240-0.7360.000
TBRGabe Kapler1.1360.5370.0000.4920.1070.000
TBRWilly Aybar1.1631.1630.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRReid Brignac-0.628-0.6280.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRJoaquin Benoit0.2880.0000.2880.0000.0001.813
TBRAndy Sonnanstine-0.3240.000-0.3240.0000.0006.923
TBRTBR Luckbox0.8430.8430.0000.0000.0000.000
TBRJoe Maddon0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000

TeamPlayerNet RunsHitPitchDefBaseEXERAPitOuts
SEARyan Rowland-Smith-2.0000.000-1.217-0.7830.0006.5613
SEARob Johnson-0.560-1.1890.0000.6290.0000.000
SEACasey Kotchman-1.520-0.8890.000-0.6310.0000.000
SEAChone Figgins0.377-0.2190.0000.4890.1070.000
SEAJose Lopez0.479-0.5090.0001.422-0.4340.000
SEAJosh Wilson0.255-0.0080.0000.2630.0000.000
SEARyan Langerhans-0.878-0.0300.000-0.8480.0000.000
SEAFranklin Gutierrez-0.527-0.9000.0000.3730.0000.000
SEAIchiro Suzuki0.986-0.5260.0001.5120.0000.000
SEAKen Griffey Jr0.0520.0520.0000.0000.0000.000
SEAIan Snell-2.7140.000-2.7140.0000.00011.0110
SEAShawn Kelley-0.1170.000-0.1170.0000.0004.954
SEASEA Luckbox0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
SEADon Wakamatsu0.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.000
 Safeco Field1.8330.0000.000-1.8330.0000.000

Player of the Game: Carl Crawford (3.406 NRuns: 2.383 hitting, 1.023 fielding)

TBR players with NRun totals greater than 1.000: 4
Negative TBR contributors: 3
Tampa Bay luck: 0.843 NRuns

SEA players with NRun totals greater than 0.100: 4
Negative SEA contributors: 7

Positive SEA hitting contributions: 1 (Ken Griffey Jr: 0.052 NRuns)
Negative hitting contributions: 8

SEA hitting: -4.218 NRuns
SEA pitching: -4.048 NRuns
SEA fielding: 2.426 NRuns

He upgrades the defense: Ryan Langerhans (-0.878 NRuns: -0.030 hitting, -0.848 fielding)

Goat Twin Powers Unite:
Ryan Rowland-Smith (-2.000 NRuns: -1.217 pitching, -0.783 fielding)
Ian Snell (-2.714 NRuns pitching)


If I had to make a choice between Ryan Rowland-Smith and Ian Snell for the next turn in this rotation spot, I'd pick Garrett Olson.

If I had to make a choice between Ken Griffey Jr and Mike Sweeney for the DH spot, I'd pick Mike Carp.

If I had to make a choice between Rob Johnson and Adam Moore at starting catcher, I'd pick Guillermo Quiroz and then call Toronto and try to deal for Jose Molina.

If I had to make a choice between watching this team and listening to their games on the radio, I'd go do something else.


  1. Aussie Ryan Rowland-Smith is trying his best, but it seems fans are losing patience with him. I am hopeful that he will bounce back, but I can appreciate that Mariners fans keen for a highly successful season may not want to wait it out on him any longer as a starting pitcher. As a fellow Aussie I hope Rowland-Smith has a solid next start, and fans can then begin to feel better about his role in the rotation. Nicholas R.W. Henning - Australian Author

  2. Ryan also had a slow start last season, though it was mostly spent in minor league Tacoma following an early season injury. I'm not sure if this is a coincidence or a trend worth noting.

    Either way, I see Ryan as a guy who starts slow but builds up to consistency, and in time he'll be a productive regular this season. Right now, though, it may be best to reduce his role and give him a low-pressure situation to work out the kinks in.