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The Rockies used a potent offense to race out to a ten run lead heading into the bottom of the fifth, and then held on after the Rangers scored a half dozen runs of their own in that frame to come away with a 11-1 victory at Arlington on Saturday. Six Rockies hitters had multiple hit games, and the offense pounded out 17 hits overall. Most of those came in the first five innings, when both the Rockies and Rangers did all their scoring, before both teams settled down for four scoreless innings to end the game.
Chris Nelson and Dexter Fowler each had three hits for the Rockies, while Jonathan Herrera, Jordan Pacheco, Jason Giambi and Wil Nieves had two apiece. Fowler and Nieves both homered to drive the scoring in a three run fifth, but the Rockies put their other eight runs on the board with station to station rallies, including six with two outs thanks to timely RBI hits from Tyler Colvin, Giambi and Nelson.
As for the pitching, Josh Outman remains a bit of a tease, as he went through the first four innings without much of a problem ---aside a home run by Nelson Cruz--- before running into trouble just after going over Rockies starters' 75 pitch limit with one out and one on in the fifth inning. Outman walked Elvis Andrus to put a second runner on base, but got Josh Hamilton to strike-out before giving up back to back run scoring singles to Adrian Beltre and Michael Young. With Cruz coming up again, Jim Tracy decided to pull Outman in favor of Adam Ottavino, albeit the same result Tracy was trying to avoid occurred anyway. Cruz's second blast of the game, this time for three runs, cut the lead to five, and then Yorvit Torrealba knocked in the Rangers last run two batters later after a Mike Napoli double.
Rex Brothers, Matt Belisle and Rafael Betancourt were able to shut the Rangers offense down from there, however, and the Rockies have a chance for a rare road series win, against a contender, no less, if they are able to take tomorrow's rubber game.
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The Miami Marlins continue their June slide into oblivion, as the team was unable to hold onto a tied ball game in the ninth inning and the bullpen melted down en route to a 7-1 loss to the visiting Toronto Blue Jays. Josh Johnson looked better in this start after a mediocre previous outing, but his bullpen mates were unable to pick him up and allowed six runs in the ninth inning to take a potential extra-innings or walk-off situation and turn it into another June massacre.Johnson Solid
One look at Johnson's performance today and one would think that his velocity was back up to 94 mph, but he averaged just under 93 mph on his fastball once again. Nevertheless, he did well against a typically formidable Toronto Blue Jays lineup. In 86 pitches, Johnson threw 30 pitches within the traditional strike zone and only maintained a two-to-one ratio on balls to called strikes (that is around the league average). The impressive thing was that he was able to induce swings and misses as the game went forward. Six of Johnson's seven strikeouts came in the final four innings of work for him, and he put up seven strikeouts on 13 whiffs despite just 86 pitches.
The Marlins, unfortunately, were not able to produce offensively despite facing a terrible pitcher in Brett Cecil. Cecil walked three batters and struck out two in six innings. He also allowed five hits to the Fish. However, the Marlins could not find any way to get runs on the board against the seemingly overmatched Cecil. Instead, they hit numerous lazy fly balls to all parts of the outfield and infield. The Marlins hit 10 fly balls in the game, and four of them went for pop-ups. Many of the remaining flies landed lazily in the hands of outfielders like Jose Bautista, with little drive behind them. Contrast this with a few of the well-struck fly balls that the Marlins took away from the Jays against Johnson, such as the one that center fielder Justin Ruggiano stole from Brett Lawrie.
Ruggiano was the only Marlin with multiple hits, and the team only mustered five hits and one extra-base hit total. It felt fairly fortuitous that the Marlins even got their run, but Omar Infante's double happened to come before Ruggiano's second single and was able to score him from first. Still, the Marlins saw opportunities with the bases loaded and two outs and with a runner on second and no one out and were unable to capitalize again.
In those situations, color commentator Tommy Hutton talked about the importance of "situational hitting." Sure, situational hitting may have helped the Marlins score the run in what was once a close game. But the problem is not in that department so much as it is the simple fact that the team isn't hitting at all. Before the club can fix "productive outs," they really need to fix "not making outs" entirely.
Steve Cishek struggled through the eighth inning but got out of a jam after he allowed a two-out walk and single to put runners on first and third. With powerhouse Jose Bautista at the plate, Cishek was able to get away with a lazy fly to center field. The next pitch, in the ninth inning, was not a pretty one to Edwin Encarnacion. What followed after that was a comical farce of an inning, complete with two sacrifice bunts, one as a safety squeeze, one muffed defensive play, one intentional walk, a hit-by-pitch, and a frustrating grand slam by Colby Rasmus. Cishek and Edward Mujica allowed six runs combined and cost the Marlins almost 50 percent of a win in a highly-unclutch performance.
It once again highlights what has happened with the Fish. Even when one part of the team performs well, such as today's starting pitching by Johnson, it is betrayed by two other aspects. The Marlins have simply been unable to put together a "complete" game with multiple decent contributions from each aspect of the team since earlier in the month in their first Boston Red Sox game. Since then, something has gone wrong even as the team performs well in one category, and today was no different.
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Do you think the Royals will ever own the K in a game against the Cardinals?
Delgado pitched arguably his best start of his career in his last outing, but was hurt with zero run support. Morales has appeared in four previous games against the Braves, all in relief; he had 15 total starts prior to this year. Boston is hitting .255 against NL opponents this year with 22 HR while Atlanta is hitting .252 with 12 HR against the AL.
Bobby Valentine said of Chipper: "Chip's been a thorn in my managerial side, that's for sure."
Sunday, Jun 24, 2012, 1:05 PM CDT
Minute Maid Park
Regular Season Game 70
YANKEES @ METS
First Pitch: 7:15 PM | TV: FOX | Radio: WCBS
Here are the lineups:
Derek Jeter SS
Curtis Granderson CF
Alex Rodriguez 3B
Robinson Cano 2B
Mark Teixeira 1B
Nick Swisher RF
Raul Ibanez LF
Russell Martin C
Ivan Nova RHP (9-2, 4.32 ERA)
Kirk Nieuwenhuis CF
Daniel Murphy 2B
David Wright 3B
Lucas Duda RF
Ike Davis 1B
Scott Hairston LF
Omar Quintanilla SS
Josh Thole C
Chris Young RHP (1-1, 3.06 ERA)
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After revealing the PuRPs list five players at a time in six installments, it's time to wrap up the spring list by showing the full list. So without further ado, here is the full Spring 2012 Purple Row community prospect list:
31 ballots were cast in this edition of the PuRPs poll, with 30 points being granted for a first place vote, 29 for second, etc. Until a player was named on 11 ballots, his vote totals were modified on a sliding scale to avoid an individual ballot having too much say over the community forecast -- but none of the above players had that problem, as all thirty players on the PuRPs list were named on at least 14 ballots.
Some commentary follows after the fold.
It was a two horse race for first place in this edition of the PuRPs poll, between the top pitching and position prospects in the system. Nolan Arenado took the top slot with 17 of the 31 first place votes, while Drew Pomeranz was a pretty close second, with 13 first place votes. Behind those two, Trevor Story was a clear 3rd place, then 4-7 were a clear tier, as were 8-14 (all of which were named on at least 30 ballots). Looking back on past PuRPs lists, it appears that Colorado's farm system is a little thinner than the Fall list, due in part to the MLB graduation of two top six PuRPs.
Here are the five players who came closest to inclusion on the Spring 2012 PuRPs List:
35. Matt McBride (45.8 points, 7 ballots), Trade 2011, UT at Colorado Springs (27)
34. Thomas Field (83 points, 11 ballots), 2008 24th round, 2B at Colorado Springs (25)
33. Nick Schmidt (90 points, 15 ballots), Trade 2011, LHP at Tulsa (26)
32. Coty Woods (99 points, 18 ballots), 2009 33rd round, LHP at Tulsa (24)
31. Carl Thomore (101 points, 17 ballots), 2011 2nd round, OF at Grand Junction (19)
With the very large exception of Thomore (who represents a very raw, high ceiling prospect in rookie ball), this is a group of older players with limited ceilings but who are close to being MLB contributors if called upon. Two players from last fall's honorable mention list made their way into this edition of the PuRPs list -- of the 5, Thomore has the best chance to get on the list in 3 months.
Breaking the list down by position, there are 12 pitchers (11 of them are starters, six -- including five of the top six pitching prospects -- are lefties, six are righties), 8 outfielders (2-4 of which could play CF, depending on the scout you ask), 6 middle infielders (if you classify Herrera, LeMahieu, and Mende as such), 3 corner infielders, and 1 catcher who might not stick at the position. The position to watch the rest of this season for the minor league system is outfield, where a lot of quality players will continue to compete and try to separate themselves from the pack.
It looks like there will be quite a wave of top prospects that will be MLB ready all in the next year or two, so it won't be long before we start seeing some of these guys producing for the Rockies. By my count, Colorado should have 6 of the top 10 ready for a big league call-up in 2012 or 2013, with 5-7 of the lower prospects on the list also making a MLB impact. In fact, 5 of them already have been up with the Rockies.