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"chad durbin" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:24 min | 7 months ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"So some of the same names there on both of those teams, which is interesting because Jason giambi and Mark bellhorn, et cetera, they were not winning World Series with the a's or appearing in World Series, I should say. So you don't always have to have been the affiliate of a parent club that is the big red machine, let's say. You can just trade guys or have guys leave via free agency and it just so happens that they do it in a row, but you had a lot of talent, of course you can have a lot of talent on a farm team, and that doesn't mean you're guaranteed to win World Series or even win penance a few years down the road. Now if we go one level lower to a ball, and again, remember, it's harder and harder the lower you go to extend these streaks, but at a ball, the record is actually longer than at high a or double a, so the record in apol is the Lansing lug nuts, 2007 to 2017, and the Lansing lug nuts were a Blue Jays affiliate during that time. And before that, the cubs, so those teams were not winning World Series during those years, so again, sort of surprising, but a lot of it is luck, you know, part of this streak was just extended by a middle reliever who was on a pennant winning team each year. So this started in 2007, Jeremy affeldt, then Chad Durbin, Matt trainer, Mark rep chitinsky, Ryan Terry, Ryan dempster, Carlos Beltran, Tim Collins Noah syndergaard, Jan Gomes, and finally in 2017 rich hill, but again, that relied on a felts and who just so happened to be on pennant winning teams doesn't mean they were superstars, or rich hell for that matter who was on the 2017 Dodgers team that went to the World Series. That was 14 years after he was a lancing lugnet, and many organizations later. And then finally, Greg speculated that maybe a Yankees affiliate would be somewhere on this list, and he was right. The Rookie level record is the Gulf Coast league Yankees 1995 through 2001, perhaps not shocking there, although it started with a former GCL Yankee who did not win a pennant with the Yankees Fred mcgriff, then Andy Fox, and then the dynasty years and the core four and Bernie Williams, the aforementioned Andy Pettit all the way up to Alfonso soriano in 2001. And then the streak was broken. So it's a little unpredictable. Sometimes yeah, you can be a farm team of the Yankees or the reds when they're a dynasty. Sometimes your affiliation just bounces around a bit and you just so happen to have a player who's on a pennant winning team. But I'm sorry to say Greg, this does not further your case for the reds being interesting or at least for the Dayton dragons being interesting, although depending on how you handle 94 a reds affiliate is involved in the record. So I hope that helps. Thanks as always to Ryan and check out his hard work. In the spreadsheet linked from the show page. Do we think that it's because we're underestimating? I mean, maybe not you and me, although probably you and me, but collectively we underestimate just how much movement there is among the player population prior to debut or that there are just some teams that are particularly good at it. I don't know, that's an interesting thing. I'm kind of glad to be surprised because it suggests that there are threads of good player dev that I'm maybe not appreciating all the time or at least in certain historical periods. But yeah, that's a very interesting one. I don't know that I would have guessed at least half of those. I mean, I definitely wouldn't have guessed this specific ones because as we learned from my half Twilight rant, I don't always keep track of what affiliates belong to whom super well, but even just the parent organizations in that stretch time. So yeah, cool question. Okay, and we'll close with this meter major leaguer. Made a major league of I'm very eager to meet this nation major league girl it's the thrilling debut of somebody new. Let's make this mysterious major league. So it's been a while since we've done a meet a major leaguer. We haven't seen major leaguers playing for a while, but we have wanted to keep this segment alive and today wanted to do something a little different. We have highlighted Negro leagues players in the past, but mostly we have focused on new major leaguers who have just recently made their debut and might be lost in the shuffle just because there are so many major leakers being used in a typical season these days. But today, just wanted to do meet a major leaguer Ukraine edition because of course, many people's thoughts are with Ukraine. We're all watching Ukraine these days. And Ukraine does have some history of producing major league players. It's not a long and illustrious history, but it has happened, and this is related to something that we talked about last week. I got an email from listener Isaac Johnston, who says, I just listened to episode 1816 with Kerry yo nakagawa about Japanese American baseball and the use of baseball to integrate into American Ness. It was a fascinating discussion and reminded me of the experiences of European Jewish immigrants in the early 20th century, though they didn't bring baseball with them from Eastern Europe. They quickly used the game to assimilate into American culture as mister nakawa mentioned baseball and American Ness was obviously a radicalized and Christianity defined concept at that time. So Jews operated within a strange space between other Christian European immigrants who were quickly assimilated into whiteness and their religious otherness for decades Jewish immigrants faced blatant and systemic anti semitism while trying to use baseball to become American interestingly after a few decades of being in America baseball was frowned upon as a waste of time within parts of the American Jewish community and Isaac sent me his senior college thesis, which is actually on this subject. So I will link to that on our show page. But just quoting from his conclusion here, as Jews began their mass migration to the United States in 1880, they saw their new country as a land rape with the possibility to determine their own future. In contrast to the Eastern European countries they left, Jews did not have to endure any process of Emancipation from legal discrimination in the United States once they arrived they could immediately become Americans, but what did it mean for them to be Americans in a Christian dominated English speaking society for the first time in the very long history of the Jewish people Jewish immigrants at the beginning of the 20th century had the chance to define themselves as part and parcel of their country's populace and upon arrival at Ellis island Jews looked around America and saw the cultural importance and social weight of baseball, the game that the relatively young country had adopted as its national game Jews seized upon the game of baseball as both a recreation and as a means of becoming American with impressive speed and it goes on from there, I'd encourage everyone to check that out. But that leads me to today's major leaguer who is isidor Izzy Goldstein. So there are three historical major leaguers who were born in what is now Ukraine. So they all came from Odessa, which of course is a big port city in Ukraine that is currently bracing for an attack. And all three major leaguers who were born in what is now Ukraine came from Odessa, Bill kristol was the first and he was a left handed pitcher who pitched for the 1901 Cleveland blues, the second was Ruben Ewing who pitched for the 1921.

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"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The history of the NFL don Shula has died at the age of ninety Steve summers follows baseball on WFAN at WFAN FM New York when we go to the sixth inning the Yankees of a seven to one lady thanks to Andy Pettitte mana Dechy Matsui and the **** to Victorino outside of one and give me the pitching lines now that is important but for those who who scored the game out where the pitch the Victorino this is a breaking ball strike federal Martinez went four innings four runs three hits five strikeouts two walks one hit batsman Chad Durbin won a third of an inning three runs two hits no strikeouts one walk the one one hi all first to share a near the stands with the balls in the stands one and two Susan zero who is fighting a you can see that but the only guy really in trouble with his monthly that's exactly right so short restaurant it's going okay on short rest one run on two hits through five innings John chamberlain warming up in the pan the ones who is low well the Yankees have the lead and they have a seven one lead and they know it then everyone in the stadium knows this so they have to figure how can they get the ball to Mariano in the eight yes it the two to swing on ground of phones items of Mariano is a a bad night yet be odd but well we as a band I think is a a bad night and that's the guy you want to get the ball to and the Yankees seven Tampa lead right now and those are the two pitchers that we thought we would see after paddock Java and more today to make that bridge to Mariana as the two to swing on the ground a short Jeter feels throws one way mirrors chase Utley who has grounded into a double play and struck out one out knowing on we are in the top of the six and credit deals breaking ball you may wonder well why would they have chain one up in the bullpen throwing when Andy is pitching brilliantly magus we got the same wars they used to say in my day the junior prom I mean you can't you can't have a big inning against you now give up a run or two okay the there's a strike so he runs into trouble he got chamberlain another renewal of someone else they can push anyone they want and then they have low at the eight AM John and enjoying he's been doing this all all World Series someone is up.

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"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Out and died check Jordan came out and got him into the dugout and was screaming all the way down the stairs and into the tunnel there is a one two two Kano breaking ball pop file third base on a the Phillies have begun their Baldwin I gather it's half who's a tall young lefthander with good stuff well they've now gone of their writing who's often that's Chad Durbin and he's been there bulldog middle reliever cap was off last inning there is no one to swing on an end of the day Francisco back on the track reaches up makes a catch and then walks into the scoreboard wall left center so you know it's finally swing the bat nothing to show for it but is it the ball really hard a line drive to second on a long drive to left one away I guess what they're figure Charlie manuals in your current job Jim the carver said to me on pre game the Charlie manages is opened by the seat of his pants I guess he figures it get through this evening and then you got the right he's coming up in the next inning in case Pedro's losing it so he's got his right now no one away here is Swisher Pedro deals and swish Texas right one four one yanks are in the bottom of the fourth and the one anonymous on the change way out ahead in the count and do for you Yankee fans Hopen dream and think in championship the Yankees basically are three innings away from around where is the to our back off a fastball John sterling Susan Waldron Yankee Stadium for one yanks in the bottom of the fourth one out knowing on it'll be you know to to Swisher and the bedside manner one into and.

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"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"And nine at citizens bank park the teams have split the first two games at Yankee Stadium so let's get back to the action here on your flagship station for Yankees baseball the fan well the right hander Chad Durbin is in and out so he follows half John N. Robertson and have sat down and job is on isn't it time we were talking about at all between innings long what would you do we want a lefty supposed to only an hour they struck out four times tonight do you bring in you love Rollins about as a right handed then yeah Victorino may you have a couple of innings before you go tomorrow and Derek Jeter swings Alyssa high drive to right back goes worth in front of the track makes a catch one six one one four four now on the night thanks of six four lead J. A. happ won an inning and a third one run one hit a home run by Swisher one strikeout and no walks so Jeter flies out on the first which is Johnny Damon who had a big two run double in this game is one four three six four yanks top of the seventh one out no one on which street Durban is a single ball put your sinker slider I guess is breaking ball and the one inside Damon jumps out of the way and go one on one amber was with the Royals he's now thirty two years old Yankees have seen him before Damon grounds it foul outside of first John got wanted to training it is too yes the typical Yankee game you know there is something that is in this part is very interesting which outside today Philly fans don't put umbrellas on the rain may than on a lot of roses you know because the crowd is wait for someone in the eye but you're right we got the rain gear on such as Radha followed by Damon behind the plate in the count to into their hearty lock here and it is raining and you can build it the C. N. N. but in the light surprise looks worse than it is W. two two to Damon Durban deals low bounced up there in the count three and two to share up and A. rod a coming up this game is so even though the Yankees start with the top of the order of the seventh Jeter in the bottom half the Phillies will start with the top of the order Jimmy Rollins the right hander deals up highs of Damon is on with a one out walk and here is to share a the Yankee bullpen in front of Mariano really is but a little sticky in the playoffs probably both who's the Aggies to add to their total they have a two run lead at the present time when.

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"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:30 min | 2 years ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Playing sports radio sixty six WFAN and WFAN FM New York Philadelphia crowd this team he's out of a six three lead as we at the bottom of the sixth and he gave up three in the second since and he's really settled and he has a three run lead with which to work here is writing editing Chasin worth too late at all and there is a strike worth homered in his then fly to right Andy has thrown eighty four pitches well let's see how he pitches in the six worthless stands at others even a vanity gets to a hundred that doesn't mean he can't because the seven strong cool very pleasant it's still worth lays on the breaking of the count to one but really depends how well he presses it'll be worth the money is and he is righty lefty righty for the Phils here in the bottom of the sixth thanks to the six three Lee it is two one this is the game in the second six four one in and Jason we were talking about being a great well there was when is was a hi this is John since us a word it's a lot of home runs the right center has pulled both his home runs tonight springs into action and deals strike even in the eighties and both David Robertson and still starting to loosen up here's the one is there is a strike on the inside Hanako wanting to it had died he said eighty nine pitches now he had sixty pages at the end of the third inning how he injured a lot of energy early on those first three innings the I want to do a money isn't on the pitch a fastball inside account to into so Robertson and cold well the first two righty and lefty two two Mr Posada drop dead body flips the first for the put out the two three put out so he could look at it this way you have Robertson and cold and then you'd have more to say and change then use those would be the five to try to get the ball to mold I think so if you look at it now John if they had to bring him in you know relatively shortly you're doing that you're dealing with the bottom of the order right here in police for a reason and Hamel Hamel spot the pitcher's spot in Chad Durbin continues to to throw out there so perhaps going to pinch hit for the pitcher breaking ball is he comes up they're hitting six war question about that police arrived editor has doubled and reached on an error and here is the one it's outside one thing about lefty lefty tonight six and six weeks twice our choice destroys the six strikeouts there is a strike a fastball inside corner and the count two and one on the lease there's an ease to one inside the numbers right to buy Chevy in our award winning cars trucks and crossovers this is a seventy game three the explain the World Series win the series has been tied one game apiece these are eleven and five in these games three one there is a strike police taking get on a walk and then the tying run would come up to the counter into on the right hand hitting third baseman Pedro of the six one no one on one and on the home run by words the Yankees have a six poorly C. struck him out swinging small for Qatar down in in it's a seven strikeout message first on right and interest Bob Boone said to the Kansas City Royals I told them not to swing a bat that is never a strike that ended up on the ground yes it is a two way and here is the catcher Carlos Ruiz's walked into a fielder's choice a right hand hitter sales timing out one of the there is the one who will and a bit slow to use this would help the Phillies out over we've got to get pension for the pitcher and start next inning at least the top of the order it'll be a two oh it's outside three Sierra currently has it is a a bad scene portlet yet three unknown Ruiz steps out here's Andy's threo cancel get the visitor John sterling and Susan woman back at citizens bank park bottom of the sixth inning is clinging to a six four lead two out walk through Ruiz and here is the pensioner reserve infielder and sometimes right it was Franklin who made this team instead of a gal chiral that's what they had run they took god Cairo off the roster put on Brett Myers but it was because they had you know and and I guess they must think he's a better infielder can play the outfield more but he did not hit at all in the regular season here one seventy one in the regular season no homers and seven RBIs in a hundred and five it back yeah he needed really at all I've seen him last year but maybe the year before so we were pretty good player pretty good header but this is just gave me the numbers in one seventy two and about a hundred and fifty she is alone handy news of the second walk and they have both been Ruiz this big matter Jimmy Rollins is on deck brothers the tying run into the six Worley Ruiz not a threat to go very shortly and petted deals there's strike citizens bank park but she is in the air to shallow right solution comes in he makes a catch to end the inning citizens bank park is the fourth different ball park in Philadelphia to host the World Series the other three shots make a bowl and the vet stadium one run one hit the home run by worth one left at the end of six to six for yanks on the new York Yankees radio network driven by G. 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"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"chad durbin" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Begins a six inning Martinez has done absolutely nothing wrong he has given up one run on three hits the run courtesy of a home run by market share and he leads off the bottom of the six to Serra A. rod Matsui over shift done and the prince to to share is low Manigault one unknown this is short and launched a tremendous home run measured at four fourteen the right center field not too sure about the Phillies have four hits the Yankees seven three is every inch a thirteen year old now Ruiz drives on the two discern grounds it the first two and one Chad Durbin has now joined J. and lefty in the bullpen German middle inning guy happens to be the starter the two anonymous donor chains this year we had a head on the ground to into Pedro has struck out six C. as want to as a mention given up three hits and the two two struck him out swinging go to Shera strike zone there is one away and here is I'm glad I'm with that curveball the ones that he got on seventy two miles an hour so well that's even better yes this is a slow cooker but you're way ahead of it you got that pitch down and in the sheriff came up empty so there's one away and here is Alex who has struck out and flied to left right hander deals fastball inside the guy one of the one out knowing on bottom of the sixth every inch of pitching you were tied at one now Martinez one hi Bob sure the first base dugout Ruiz is there but it's on top of the dugout now the count even on a run one on one at least to the naked eye or the unsuited I can't tell pages art anyway the stone all those **** they're always around the plate changing screens very well on the Yankees and the and you certainly don't have a grasp and they have three his ground ball single by Matt so we the home run by just zero and a double on a on a breaking ball kind of a hanging curve Jeter that's it was he only has to have the injury good hitting team no one won't comment on the phone about his fastball and A. rod lows not able to square up on one and two that's fastball.

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