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this ump's strike zone is gigantic. take note now, offense. he's calling everything a strike.
at the same time martis has got to stop walking batters like d-cab.
According to run value per 100 pitches, as calculated by the Baseball Analysts, Martis' change is currently the second most effective change in the MLB.
While Martis needs to cut back on the walks, he isn't even close to Cabrera in that respect. 4.1 BB/9 for Martis vs. 5.9 BB/9 for Cabrera.
Ryan Langerhans just hit a grand slam for Syracuse to give them a 7-1 lead. Milledge with 2 more hits and has his BA up over .300 finally.
Martis is essentially a three-pitch pitcher. Or two, or five. He rarely uses his sinker, but his slider may be two or three different pitches:- Change (CH) usually about 80mph, sinks and tails like his two-seamer, but 10 mph more slowly; three-finger grip and others (?)- Four-seam fastball (F4) sits at 92 mph, tops out below 95—which isn't overpowering, but it is his bread-and-butter- Two-seam fastball/sinker (F2) rarely used and only against left-handed hitters- Slider (SL) ranges from 75-85 mph, probably runs the gamut from slutter to slurve
Carpenter is such a fool. he thought that ball was out. moron. wasn't even close.
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