Game 142, Angels at Mariners

marc w · September 9, 2017 at 6:20 pm · Filed Under Mariners 

Andrew Albers vs. Andrew Heaney, 6:10pm

Andrew Heaney, acquired in exchange for Howie Kendrick, had a great 2015 with the Angels. In 18 starts, he struck out fewer batters than average, but his great control and a low HR rate to a very good FIP and ERA.

Times change, though. After suffering a UCL tear, he rehabbed after TJ surgery and is now healthy again; he’s made four starts with the Angels. Four completely unrecognizable starts. Unlike 2015, he’s now striking out well more than a batter an inning. And the home runs…ohhhh, the HRs. In 4 starts totaling less than 20 IP, Heaney’s given up an astounding 11 dingers.

1: Segura, SS
2: Haniger, RF
3: Cano, 2B
4: Cruz, DH
5: Seager, 3B
6: Valencia, 1B
7: Heredia, CF
8: Ruiz, C
9: Motter, LF
SP: Albers

So Modesto


3 Responses to “Game 142, Angels at Mariners”

  1. mksh21 on September 9th, 2017 6:46 pm

    Justin Smoak has a higher WAR then Cano, Cruz and Seager. In fact higher than all Mariners.. Somebody put me out of my misery.

  2. mksh21 on September 10th, 2017 2:29 pm

    and we can be 2 back if we hold on today.. Revive me.

  3. Longgeorge1 on September 11th, 2017 4:56 pm

    Texas or Bust!

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