May
23

Down on the Farm…kinda

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I’m not gonna put together the whole schabang for last night’s action, but if you wanna check out all the stat lines, go here. In an otherwise uninteresting night, here’s the most notable performances:

Alan Horne: 6.1 IP, 5 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 BB, 7 K, 8-4 GB/FB – 48 H, 66 K in 53 IP

Mitch Hilligoss: 2 for 5, 2 R – my math sucks, NOW the streak is at 28 games…seriously…I mean it this time

Check out the Joba Watch for his update.

Categories : Down on the Farm
  • Yankee Fan in Chicago

    Buchholz saure not looking good against the Thunder. 2 in, still none out, 4 straight singles. Decent curve and slider, but his stuff looks like the kind that fools minor leaguers, but won’t fool hitters in the show. I’m surprised his stats — esp k/bb — are so dominant. His stuff doesn’t look remotely in Hughes’ league.

  • Yankee Fan in Chicago

    And man is Buchholz skinny. He makes Clippard looks like Charles Atlas.

  • Yankee Fan in Chicago

    Of course, Buchholz tehn settles in and pitches well, albeit against the very weak Trenton hitters.

    But still, this guy is much more Clippard then Hughes as far as I can tell from watching a few innings tonight.