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The Orioles used small ball to battle back and claim a one run lead Ken Boyer Jersey , but they fell victim to the long ball once again."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Commentary & News and RumorsCamdencastOrioles Game RecapsOrioles done in by another three-run homer, fall 6-4 to YankeesNew,18commentsThe Orioles used small ball to battle back and claim a one run lead, but they fell victim to the long ball once again. EDTShareTweetShareShareOrioles done in by another three-run homer, fall 6-4 to YankeesTommy Gilligan-USA TODAY SportsThe Orioles used a wild seventh inning to flip a one-run deficit to a one run lead, and Baltimore appeared to be on its way to evening the series. But that all changed with one swing of the bat.With two on and two out, reliever Miguel Castro hung an absolute gift of a slider to Clint Frazier. Frazier didn’t miss, and drove the the ball for a no doubt, three-run home run. Neither team would score again, and the Orioles fell to the Yankees 6-4 at Camden Yards. The Yankees nearly broke things open in the top of the sixth. Nate Karns plunked Gary Sanchez to start the inning, and Gleyber Torres followed with a single. DJ LeMahieu singled to load the bases, and chased Karns from the game. With Paul Fry on the mound, Orioles catcher Pedro Severino used a snap throw to third to pick off Sanchez. Sanchez did not dive when he retreated back to the base, and his foot slipped off the bag while Hanser Alberto held the tag. Fry struck out Frazier, and forced Gio Urshela to ground out and end the threat. Fry stayed on in the seventh and sent the Yankees down in order for the first time tonight.After nearly seeing the game slip out of reach in the sixth, the Orioles battled back in the bottom of the seventh. Cedric Mullins reached when a slider bounced off his toe. Jonathan Villar stepped up, and Mullins broke for second. The hit and run worked perfectly, and the Orioles had runners on the corners before an out was recorded. The Yankees called for relief pitcher Adam Ottavino, and the Orioles responded with a pinch hitter. That hitter had not recorded a hit in his last 37 plate appearances. Chris Davis bounced a ground ball to first, but Greg Bird bobbled the ball and his throw home came too late. Somehow, sending Chris Davis to the plate benefited the Orioles, and the game was all square at three.The small ball theme continued throughout the inning. The Orioles sent Rio Ruiz to pinch hit , and Villar broke for third. Villar managed to beat the tag, and brought the go-ahead run only 90 feet away. Ruiz blasted a fly ball to the warning track in center field, and Villar scored with ease. The stolen base made the difference, and Baltimore held a 4-3 advantage. Fry stayed out to pick up the first out of the eighth, but manager Brandon Hyde summoned Miguel Castro to face Sanchez. The Yankee catcher popped out, but Castro walked Torres on four pitches. LeMahieu singled to right field and Frazier stepped in representing the go-ahead run. Castro just missed the strike zone with several pitches in the inning, but his slider to Frazier caught far too much of the plate. After the homer, Castro struck out Urshela to end the inning, but the damage had been done. Baltimore attempted a rally in the bottom half of the eighth. Alberto worked a walk to get things started, and Mullins took a 94 MPH fastball to the jersey to put the tying-run aboard. The inning appeared to end when Jonathan Villar bounced a ball up the middle, and Mullins was called out at second base. After further review, Mullins was ruled safe, and the bases were loaded for Davis.Davis quickly fell behind 0-2 before working the count even. He laced a hard-hit ground ball to first base to end the inning. I can’t imagine a better time to bust out of a slump than with the bases loaded against the Yankees, but apparently Davis is saving his first hit of the season for an even better moment. The Yankees summoned flame thrower Aroldis Chapman to close out the game. Pinch hitter Jes煤s Sucre lined a one-out base hit to left field, but the Orioles couldn’t handle the heat. Baltimore fell to 4-4 on the young season, and officially lost its first series of the year. Aaron Judge homered in his first two at bats for New York. He rocked a solo shot 412 feet to dead center in the top of the first, and a two-run bomb that traveled 418 feet in the third. Orioles starter Dylan Bundy through 85 pitches in only 3.2 innings, and was pulled after the second home run by Judge. The long-ball continued to plague Bundy, and you can’t help but expect more trouble moving forward. At some point, it’s no longer surprising that a fly ball pitcher continues to struggle at a hitters park in the AL East. Trey Mancini got the Orioles on the board with a home run in the bottom of the first. Mancini finished 2-5, and was the only Oriole with multiple hits. Dwight Smith Jr. recorded a hit for a career-high eighth straight game. This loss feels somewhat significant for Baltimore. They were done in by a three-run homer for the second consecutive game, and the home crowd watched the club squander another lead. It’s entirely possible that the Orioles have played their last game above .500. No one expected Baltimore to compete this year Whitey Herzog Jersey , but hopefully they can stave off the inevitable a little longer tomorrow afternoon in the series finale. With the Catcher position still being one of the highest priorities for the Astros with the departure of Brian McCann and Martin Maldonado, we will explore the top Free Agent catcher on the market..."With the Catcher position still being one of the highest priorities for the Astros with the departure of Brian McCann and Martin Maldonado, we will explore the top Free Agent catcher on the market - Yasmani Grandal. If you haven’t read them, we previously explored both Realmutoand Ramosas potential fits for the Astros. So who is Yasmani Grandal? The 30 year old catcher was a top draft pick back in 2010, being the 12th overall pick by the Cincinnati Reds. The 6’1, 235 lb catcher is a switch hitter, known for a both a solid offensive profile and excellent defensive ratings. John Sickels did an excellent Prospect Of the Day article back in 2012 when he was promoted to the majors, but here are some key take aways (as always, I highly recommend John’s work)”He’s a very solid hitter, with good power and excellent strike zone judgment. He isn’t likely to hit .300 at the major league level, but he should produce above-average numbers in the power and OBP departments. He’s had few problems with professional pitching, maintaining his production at each level. His bat speed isn’t superb, but his refined approach to hitting helps him adjust.Owner of a solid defensive reputation in college, he had a few problems last year, giving up 19 passed balls and committing 13 errors in 90 games behind the plate. He has more than enough mobility and has strong leadership skills, and his reliability should improve with more experience. His arm is average but his release can be a little slow; he caught 34% of runners last year and 24% so far in 2012. Although not a spectacular defender at this point, he will certainly stick at catcher and basically just needs more experience ironing out his receiving.Overall, Grandal is a very impressive prospect, projecting as a regular major league catcher with power, strong OBP skills, and solid defense.”Offense:John’s predictions seemed to have been very accurate as an overview for Grandal’s profile. His career stat line of .240/.341/.441 sporting a .352 wOBA has lead to a career 117 wRC+. Since his start in 2012, his 117 wRC+ ranks 4th among all qualified catchers. As a baseball fan who grew up holding a much higher value on batting average , it’s easy to get caught up on the lower batting average, but Grandal more than makes up for it due an excellent patience at the plate, holding a career 13.1% BB%, which ranks 16th overall in the majors since his debut. Before I talk about his power, there’s another aspect of value that I really appreciated from Grandal that I don’t believe will be highlighted by most, his Pitches Per Plate Appearance. One of the most frustrating aspects of Astros baseball, is due to their aggressiveness, the Astros simply do not wear out many starting pitchers. In 2018, Grandal had the 6th highest Pitches Per Plate Appearance (PPA) at 4.29. George Springer was the highest ranking Astro coming in at 41st - with 4.03 PPA.Grandal’s power is truly where his value comes out, in the past three years, he has belted 73 homeruns, trailing only Salvador Perez (at 76) - even more impressive when you consider the limited at bats - resulting in just over 1 per 20 at bats.Speed:After last season, I think most fans would agree with wanting to ground into less double plays, and while the Catcher position isn’t known for adding speed, it’s something worth looking at. Grandal clocked in at 24.5 feet per second, which is well below average for the league, but would run circles around McCann’s 22.7. Grandal’s wGIDP comes in at -1.0, but again would be an improvement over the incumbent team’s average of -1.7. Defense:As always, Catcher is a defense first type of position, but I always take defensive statistics with a grain of salt. There is a great article related to Catcher defense on Fangraphs that’s definitely worth the read.Baseball Prospectus ranks Grandal as the #1 Pitch Framer in 2018 (4th in 2017, 2nd in 2016). Statcorner ranks him 2nd for the past 3 years straight. Overall the statistics to seem to agree that Grandal is one of the better pitcher framers in the game. On Passsed Balls / Wild Pitches it gets a bit harder to determine the skill level of the catcher. Fangraphs had a good article back in 2011 where they looked to deep dive the statistic to build the skill correlation to the passed ball since simply the number isn’t a fair way to evaluate. But I was unable to find a good location for these stats - if anyone has one please let me know. Grandal ended the year with 9 Passed Balls and 31 Wild Pitches on the year. On DRS - Grandal ranked 1st of the 6 qualified catchers with 39 over the past 3 years. What It would take: Here is MLB Trade Rumors prediction and overview:”Nationals. Four years, $64MM. Grandal is the best available free agent catcher. He turns 30 in November and his 116 wRC+ ranks fourth among all catchers from 2016-18. He’s second among all catchers with 73 home runs during that time. Grandal is a switch-hitter and is above average against both righties and lefties. Though Grandal took his lumps defensively in the postseason and does allow a lot of passed balls Orlando Cepeda Jersey , he’s one of the game’s best pitch framers and has been above-average in terms of caught-stealing rate over the past four seasons. Overall, Grandal is one of the better catchers in baseball, and he has a shot at the five-year contract standard reached by Brian McCann and Russell Martin. While many teams will prefer trading for Marlins backstop J.T. Realmuto to signing Grandal, only one can get Realmuto and the prospect cost will be substantial. The Dodgers have issued Grandal a qualifying offer but could otherwise move on. The Nationals, Rangers, Twins, Red Sox, Astros, Angels, Phillies, Mets, Braves, and Rockies could be suitors.”Summary:While there are of course other options out there, we’ve looked at the 3 potential candidates, for our survey, let us know which would be your top pick for the Astros to go with. If you choose Realmuto, let us know who you think it would take trade wise. If you choose either Ramos or Grandal - let us know what was the deciding factor. For our speculation I’ll leave Realmuto with your best guess on trade value vs the MLBTR predicted signing values. Wilson Ramos - 3/36Yasmani Grandal - 4/64 + Loss of 2nd Round PickRealmuto - Some trade package that will hurt more than you think
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