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Thread: 9/27 Jays Bleu

  1. #16
    Estrada's 4th start against us. As Kimmi says, in the first three games he was very effective. His September ERA is below 2, his best this season.

  2. #17
    Porcello is missing location so much.

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  4. #19
    Holy fuck Porcello. Seriously!!!!!!!!!

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    Porcello allowing another 2-R Porcello.
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    In the words of Don Corleone when he slaps a crying Johnny Fontaine: "Act like a man!" No, offense ladies.

  6. #21
    He needs to just skip the first inning somehow.

  7. #22
    This guy sucks. He can't locate anything.

  8. #23
    Sadly, the first was entirely predictable when it was clear Porcello was never going to throw anything low in the strike zone and rely almost solely on fast balls. The dinger was off a juicy curve just about dead center in the strike zone. More and more it seems to me Porcello took some kind of pledge to keep his pitches up regardless of the consequences.

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    The MeatHead Pitch Zone: Dead center

    ... the middle is where he lives.

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    Smoak and Donaldson almost hit 2 Porcellos as well. Porcello was lucky.
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    In the words of Don Corleone when he slaps a crying Johnny Fontaine: "Act like a man!" No, offense ladies.

  11. #26
    Take this ass out and put in Price so we can stretch him out.

  12. #27
    This is really getting old.

  13. #28
    Being a born rationalizer. my first thought is "it's better to see waht we have with RP now, than after the playoffs begin"

  14. #29
    Let's not forget that dinger was preceded by back to back doubles. tonight the Jay's are feasting on a carcass of a pitcher.

  15. #30
    At this point I have wonder how Porcello warms up and whether anyone like the pitching coach is watching him. He absolutely came out determined to stick to the fastball and to avoid low pitches at any cost--except for the one that bounced in front of the plate of course. Totally unprepared to start his game and certainly not guided by the pitching coach in any useful way.

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