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Not sure what it has to do with anything, but in his three years in New York he threw 58 wild pitches and hit 38 batters, and has 3 of each so far this year.
Is there passed ball data for pitchers? I know catchers always have WP and PB number put together on their b-ref stat lines.
And with each borderline pitch, the 33,158 at Wrigley Field oohed and aahed, egging on the right-handed veteran to make a run at history. After Adrian Cardenas singled to right on a line drive over Neil Walker’s head,
Maybe something happened to Burnett's mechanics before the 2010 season. Because in this "comeback" season with the Pirates he's pitching about as well as he did in 2009, his first year with the Yankees.
Also, I haven't seen a single mention here of the Pirates' "Zoltan Z" gesture
I'm almost hoping for a Pirates-Yankees World Series, where AJ "can't handle the pressure" Burnett goes something like 3-0, 1.42 in the World Series, shutting them out in Game 7 to slam the door, a la Kenny Rogers.
Of course that generally happens in no hit bids, that's why they become no hit bids.
Bruce Froemming drops in to scream: "Ball Four!"
Now aged 35, AJ Burnett has become the first player to develop a face that makes him look like a grizzled veteran, while having a body covered with garish tattoos.
It was still stupid of the Pirates to pick him up. Even if he pitches well, he takes them from what, 75 wins to 78 wins?
I have been in a cave for the last four months, with only CAIRO projections to read.
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