Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Jack L » Thu, 11 Jun 1992 05:39:58


It's about time the Jays win big!  Yesterday the Jays pounded the Yankees 16-3.
Anyone got the box-score and scoring plays for this game?
 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Lei Wan » Thu, 11 Jun 1992 07:07:59


Quote:
> It's about time the Jays win big!  Yesterday the Jays pounded the Yankees 16-3.
> Anyone got the box-score and scoring plays for this game?

(Next time, check out a newspaper, namely the Toronto sun).

  Blue Jays 16, Yankees 3

Toronto                    New York

           ab r  h  bi              ab r h bi
---------------------------------------------
White   cf 4  3  2  2    Stnkwc  ss 4  1 2 0
DBell   rf 2  0  1  1    Mttngly 1b 3  0 0 0
RAlmr   2b 1  0  0  0    Leyritz 1b 1  0 0 0
Kent    2b 3  2  2  4    RKelly  cf 3  0 0 0
Carter  rf 4  0  2  0    James   cf 1  0 0 0
Ducey   cf 2  1  1  0    Hall    lf 3  1 1 0
Wnfield dh 4  2  2  1    Velarde lf 1  0 1 1
Olerud  dh 2  1  1  1    Trtbull rf 3  0 1 1
Gruber  3b 2  0  1  0    Maas    dh 4  1 1 1
Tabler  1b 6  0  1  2    CHayes  3b 3  0 0 0
Mldndo  lf 4  2  2  1    Gallego 2b 3  0 0 0
Brders  c  4  2  1  0
Lee     ss 5  2  2  4
---------------------------------------------
Totals     47 16 21 16     Totals   33 3 6 3

Toronto    100 820 050   - 16
New York   000 001 011   -  3

E - Stankiewicz (4)  

LOB - Toronto 8, New York 6  

2B - DBell (3), Carter (11), Ducey (1),  Winfield (14), Olerud(8), Lee (6),
Stankiewicz (9), Hall (18)

3B- Kent (1)

HR - White (7), Kent (2),  Maas (7)  

SB - Stankiewicz (4)

Toronto
                IP      H  R  ER  BB  SO
Sttlmyr W, 5-4   6      3  1   1   3   4
MacDonald        1      0  0   0   0   0
Hentgen          2      3  2   2   0   1

New York

Cadaret L, 3-5   3 1/3  7  7   6   2   1
Monteleone       2 2/3  7  4   4   1   1
Guetterman       3      7  5   5   1   0

Time - 3:23  Attendance - 18,166.

---------
Scoring Plays:  Too many to count.

Highlights:  Well, that 8-run thing in the 3rd.

Stottlemyre had an one-hitter going into the 6th.

Rob Ducey of the Jays became the last player in MLB, out of those who
were on the roster for opening day, to get a hit.  It was a double too.

The only guy for the Jays who didn't get a hit:  Roberto Alomar.
On his second plate appearance, he walked, got to 3rd on a wild pitch,
and got tagged out at home plate on Carter's single, at the same time
injuring himself of some sort of Day-to-Day knee ligament strain.

Season Highs for Jays:  16 runs, 21 hits, 9 extra-base hits.

 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Adrian N. Mard » Thu, 11 Jun 1992 19:26:53

Quote:
>>Toronto                    New York
>>           ab r  h  bi              ab r h bi
>>---------------------------------------------
>>Lee     ss 5  2  2  4

        For the minimum 10-cent bid, Manny has been a gem this year on my
team. But my question is, what do you Toronto people know about the future
of Derek Bell's playing time? It seemed like, at the beginning of the season,
he was the LF of the future. Now Candy "Cane" Maldonado is taking away from
his PT and hitting his homers for him :). In case you haven't guessed,...oh,
I don't even have to say it.

 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Mark J. Rineha » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 00:44:50


Quote:
>   Blue Jays 16, Yankees 3
> New York
> Cadaret L, 3-5   3 1/3  7  7   6   2   1
> Monteleone       2 2/3  7  4   4   1   1
> Guetterman       3      7  5   5   1   0

Now this is what I call consistency!!!! 8^)

Mark

 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by robert and stimet » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 00:42:53

Question: what is the fewest number of pitches that can be thrown in a regulation
game?

Answer : 0.

     An easier (than yesterday's) way to do it

If a batter delays the game by not entering box, the umpire shall warn him
and then procede to call strikes on the batter every 20 secs. (No pitch is
thrown).  Do this 'till the bottom of the ninth at which time the pitcher
refuses to pitch to the batter, in which case the umpire calls balls every
20 secs. 'till the batter gets awarded first.  Three balks later the game
is over.

   Note:  In this scenario, the home team pitcher gets a perfect game
          and the visiting pitcher gets a no-hitter loss.

RStimets

 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Jon Hamki » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 01:14:54


Quote:
>Question: what is the fewest number of pitches that can be thrown in a regulation
>game?
>Answer : 0.
>     An easier (than yesterday's) way to do it
>If a batter delays the game by not entering box, the umpire shall warn him
>and then procede to call strikes on the batter every 20 secs. (No pitch is
>thrown).  Do this 'till the bottom of the ninth at which time the pitcher
>refuses to pitch to the batter, in which case the umpire calls balls every
>20 secs. 'till the batter gets awarded first.  Three balks later the game
>is over.

This doesn't work.  Rule 6.02(c) covers delay of game by the batter:

"If the batter refuses to take his position in the batter's box during
his time at bat, the umpire shall order the pitcher to pitch, and shall
call `Strike' on each such pitch..."

The delay of game by the pitcher is covered in Rule 8.04, and you
accurately described it.  Funny, though, I never remember the rule
being enforced.  In basketball, they take the shot clock seriously,
posting it above the basket, even.  I've never seen an ump with a
timer, though.  Would that be hilarious, or what?

Can anyone remember seeing a game in which the umpire called a ball for
delay of game by the pitcher?


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Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Ted Fra » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 04:48:39


Quote:
>The delay of game by the pitcher is covered in Rule 8.04, and you
>accurately described it.  Funny, though, I never remember the rule
>being enforced.  In basketball, they take the shot clock seriously,
>posting it above the basket, even.  I've never seen an ump with a
>timer, though.  Would that be hilarious, or what?

>Can anyone remember seeing a game in which the umpire called a ball for
>delay of game by the pitcher?

Bill James said that Chuck Finley was big on this with the Kansas City
A's in the 1950's.  There'd be a big "pitch clock" that would go off
with a tremendous buzzer (often in a middle of a pitcher's windup much
to everyone's chagrin).  Umps didn't like being shown up, and just called
the delays on Kansas City pitchers, so they eventually gave up on the
clock.
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Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Matt Tell » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 03:54:45


Quote:

>Question: what is the fewest number of pitches that can be thrown in a regulation
>game?

>Answer : 0.

>If a batter delays the game by not entering box, the umpire shall warn him
>and then procede to call strikes on the batter every 20 secs. (No pitch is
>thrown).  Do this 'till the bottom of the ninth at which time the pitcher
>refuses to pitch to the batter, in which case the umpire calls balls every
>20 secs. 'till the batter gets awarded first.  Three balks later the game
>is over.

Nah.  Simpler than that.  Zero pitches:

Manager comes out to present lineup card.  Sees clouds in the sky, complain to
ump that game should be called.  Ump disagrees.  Manager disagrees vehemently
and protests the game, walking his team off the field.

Ump declares a forfeit, other team wins 9-0.  No pitches thrown.

Matt
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Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Not Her » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 09:47:07

Quote:


>>The delay of game by the pitcher is covered in Rule 8.04, and you
>>accurately described it.  Funny, though, I never remember the rule
>>being enforced.  In basketball, they take the shot clock seriously,
>>posting it above the basket, even.  I've never seen an ump with a
>>timer, though.  Would that be hilarious, or what?

>>Can anyone remember seeing a game in which the umpire called a ball for
>>delay of game by the pitcher?

>Bill James said that Chuck Finley was big on this with the Kansas City
>A's in the 1950's.  There'd be a big "pitch clock" that would go off
>with a tremendous buzzer (often in a middle of a pitcher's windup much
>to everyone's chagrin).  Umps didn't like being shown up, and just called
>the delays on Kansas City pitchers, so they eventually gave up on the
>clock.

When Veeck gave Chicago its exploding scoreboard, one of the features
was supposed to be a clock to monitor the time taken by the pitchers.
In one of his books (I'm not sure if its Wreck or Hustler) he talks
about using it to speed up the game and the umpires getting upset.
Do any longtime Sox fans remember when this was in use?
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Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Steve Jascou » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 12:16:37


Quote:
>  Roberto Alomar.
>On his second plate appearance, he walked, got to 3rd on a wild pitch,
>and got tagged out at home plate on Carter's single, at the same time
>injuring himself of some sort of Day-to-Day knee ligament strain.

Huh? He was on 3rd and didn't score on a single? Did he injure himself before
reaching home and was unable to crawl home in time? Sounds peculiar.


 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Sam » Fri, 12 Jun 1992 22:04:23

Jays sweeps Yankees      3 games

Go JAYS Go.................................

 
 
 

Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by Lei Wan » Sat, 13 Jun 1992 23:19:47


Quote:
> >>           ab r  h  bi              ab r h bi
> >>---------------------------------------------
> >>Lee     ss 5  2  2  4

>    For the minimum 10-cent bid, Manny has been a gem this year on my
> team. But my question is, what do you Toronto people know about the future
> of Derek Bell's playing time? It seemed like, at the beginning of the season,
> he was the LF of the future. Now Candy "Cane" Maldonado is taking away from
> his PT and hitting his homers for him :). In case you haven't guessed,...oh,
> I don't even have to say it.

  Bell was supposedly the LF of the future.  He started the season with a
".400" batting average(2/5), but had a bad swing and broke his hammate bone
in his left hand on the second game of the season.  Out he goes for a month.
  Meanwhile, Candy Maldonado is taking his place, hitting mediocre.  Continuing
to hit mediocre(< .200).  Just before Bell's return though, he had a sudden
hitting-spree, but it was for naught.
  Bell gets the starts, and he's hitting mediocre, batting about a buck
and half for a month or so.  He slowly picks up, but not nearly good enough.
  So around a month and a half back, Bell and Maldonado, both batting
mediocre, were take turns out in Left Field.  Neither picks up their pace, and
both are batting in the low .200s.
  I don't know, but I thought 'player of the year in the minors' was good
enough, but something's just not right with Bell.

  Anyways, very recently, Maldonado is picking up his pace.  had a recent
9-game hitting streak(over a 2-week period), and is starting to produce,
noticibly in the sweep vs. the Yankees earlier this week.

  So who knows?  Unless Bell picks up his pace, he'll see less time.
but if he really picks up his pace, he's a rookie sensation waiting to
happen.

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Blue Jays pommel'd Yankees 16-3

Post by robert and stime » Sun, 14 Jun 1992 00:33:04


Quote:

>>Question: what is the fewest number of pitches that can be thrown in a regulation
>>game?

>>Answer : 0.

>>     An easier (than yesterday's) way to do it

>>If a batter delays the game by not entering box, the umpire shall warn him
>>and then procede to call strikes on the batter every 20 secs. (No pitch is
>>thrown).  Do this 'till the bottom of the ninth at which time the pitcher
>>refuses to pitch to the batter, in which case the umpire calls balls every
>>20 secs. 'till the batter gets awarded first.  Three balks later the game
>>is over.

>This doesn't work.  Rule 6.02(c) covers delay of game by the batter:

>"If the batter refuses to take his position in the batter's box during
>his time at bat, the umpire shall order the pitcher to pitch, and shall
>call `Strike' on each such pitch..."

OOOPS.  Mea culpa.  I must now return to my previous scenario in which each
batter switches boxes while the pitcher is in position to pitch.  In THIS case
the ball is dead and the batter is out.  The thing is that the umpire might tire of
this by the fourth or fifth inning and decide "the next time that happens, one
team here is going to forfeit..."
Quote:

>The delay of game by the pitcher is covered in Rule 8.04, and you
>accurately described it.  Funny, though, I never remember the rule
>being enforced.  In basketball, they take the shot clock seriously,
>posting it above the basket, even.  I've never seen an ump with a
>timer, though.  Would that be hilarious, or what?

Might make the games go by faster...

RStimets