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  1. #76
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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by nyy42 View Post
    Our batting average with RISP is only 14th. Thatís kinda pathetic. Time to ban pre or post game meals until the average goes up. Figure out who the culprits are. We should be hitting around .300 with RISP
    Scoring postition with 2 outs...26th

  2. #77

    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by 24Rickey View Post
    Scoring postition with 2 outs...26th
    this team depends on the long ball more than any other team in baseball to score runs..

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Have to improve our RISP percentage. Also, Gardy has to bunt to move the runner to scoring position. I think both Didi and Grady hit into DPs last night.

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    This offense doesn't have a prayer against good pitchers in the playoffs. Can't even hit garbage pitching. They're going to have to beat up on opposing bullpens. It's almost a sure thing that Boston and Houston will beef up their pens as well.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    We currently have two players with a batting average higher than bostons team average of .270. Judge and Torres.
    A fool and his money can throw one heck of a party!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carsten Charles View Post
    This offense doesn't have a prayer against good pitchers in the playoffs. Can't even hit garbage pitching. They're going to have to beat up on opposing bullpens. It's almost a sure thing that Boston and Houston will beef up their pens as well.
    sounds like the 2000s Yankees all over again
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  7. #82

    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePinStripes View Post
    We currently have two players with a batting average higher than bostons team average of .270. Judge and Torres.
    They better step it up. Every time I look at the scoreboard Boston wins.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by joesalto View Post
    They better step it up. Every time I look at the scoreboard Boston wins.
    That's because they win every game they play. Also, they had six guys in their lineup tonight batting .277 or better. We have one ... Judge, .279.

  9. #84

    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by ThePinStripes View Post
    We currently have two players with a batting average higher than bostons team average of .270. Judge and Torres.
    Miggy is above .270 as well. As is Stanton now.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Should take their time with Gary.

    Higgy and Romine both performing well.
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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Can we get the word "performance" taken out of the title?


    I am moving my thoughts about the offense from the Boone thread here.

    And that is, that as a team the offense hasn't been good for a long while now. And as a team with RISP it is horrific.

    Its a 2 month trend now [hitting about 160 with RISP] but in the last 2 games they are 1-14 with RISP against the Rays....Not Houston...the Rays.

    They have scored 6 runs in the last 2 days. 5 of the 6 were on sacrifices.

    The fact that this has been about a 2 month trend is why I was ok with Boone having Didi bunt to put a man on 3rd with one out were there are multiple ways to score.

  12. #87

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    too many groundballs not enough walks and homers

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by yankees_republic View Post
    too many groundballs not enough walks and homers
    Not enough singles, doubles, and triples either.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Overrated

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    I'd like to see Torreyes get more AB's in this lineup soon.

    Even though his high average, low power hitting skill set is devalued in today's game, his approach seems like it might solve some of this offense's problems.
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  16. #91

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyler Durden View Post
    I'd like to see Torreyes get more AB's in this lineup soon.

    Even though his high average, low power hitting skill set is devalued in today's game, his approach seems like it might solve some of this offense's problems.
    I would like to see him throw the bat at the ball at least one more time this season. Hey, maybe he could teach Judge that trick so he wouldn't whiff at so many sliders.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Bases loaded no outs...not a problem for any opposing pitcher.

  18. #93

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    I would try this for a line-up. Nothing they are trying is working.

    1. HICKS (S)
    2. TORRES (R)
    3. GREGORIUS (L)
    4. STANTON (R)
    5. ANDUJAR (R)
    6. BIRD (L)
    7. ROMINE (R)
    8. GARDNER (L)
    9. WALKER (R)

  19. #94

    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Shuffling the lineup around doesn't make any difference when no one is hitting anyway.

  20. #95

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yankee Steve View Post
    Shuffling the lineup around doesn't make any difference when no one is hitting anyway.
    If the hitters arenít producing, then trade one or two of them to make a statement.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by YanksBeatBraves1996 View Post
    If the hitters arenít producing, then trade one or two of them to make a statement.
    The bag of balls you get fir the 2 worst hitters on your team wont make much of a statement

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    Quote Originally Posted by 24Rickey View Post
    The bag of balls you get fir the 2 worst hitters on your team wont make much of a statement
    I seem to think that Cashman is not in a win now mode. Hal Steinbrenner and Cashman are willing to wait say two more years for the lineup of young players to mature, mesh and gell.

    If Cashman deemed this year to be the Year, he would traded away much of the farmís prized prospects and Torres to get deGrom, Noah Thor, Manny Mochado and Bryce Harper.

  23. #98

    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    After another punchless loss to an above .500 Rays team, for the next 24 games, weíll face bottom feeders which the Yankees donít excel by the way.

    Bird, Torres, Gardy, Romine (especially with the sacks loaded) are utterly impotent. Will their bats wake up facing inferior pitching that marks the Jays, Chi-Sox, Tigers, etc.?

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Two months ago today, the Yankees had played 66 games. They were 26 games over .500, and had a +100 run differential. They were averaging 5.37 runs per game.

    Since then, they've played 55 games. In those games, they are THREE games over .500, and have produced a +31 run differential. They averaged 4.8 runs per game.

    It's really like watching two different teams. I liked that earlier team better than what we've seen the last two months.

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    Re: 2018 Offense Performance Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by YanksBeatBraves1996 View Post
    After another punchless loss to an above .500 Rays team, for the next 24 games, weíll face bottom feeders which the Yankees donít excel by the way.

    Bird, Torres, Gardy, Romine (especially with the sacks loaded) are utterly impotent. Will their bats wake up facing inferior pitching that marks the Jays, Chi-Sox, Tigers, etc.?
    TOR 9-4
    MIA 1-1
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