20 Burst results for "Jacob Stallings"
Carrasco struggles again, Mets fall into 1st-place tie
"The mets fell out of sole possession of first place in the national league east and after losing to the Marlins 6 to four Miami scored two runs in each of the first third and 5th innings to drop the medicine to a tie with the braves atop the division JJ blige two on Homer of Carlos Carrasco with the Marlins up four zero in the third but Peter Alonso cut it to four three with a three run Homer for New York His 40th of the season It's an easy constant You just went like that's really all you can do And if we win more than we lose then we'll be on top And if we lose more than we then we win then we'll be in the wild card Jacob stallings we store the three run Miami lead with a two run single in the 5th Tom New York
"jacob stallings" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Brian de la Cruz had a home run, his 11th of the season. That made it a three to one game at that point. Marlins would add to their lead in the 6th inning with two outs and nobody on de la Cruz a single his third hit of the game, Jacob stallings is single, then Miguel Rojas and RBI double, that brought de la Cruz home, made it a four to one game. And at that point, the only question really was could sandy finish what he started here tonight. He got on a great role through the end of the 6th and he retired 7 straight and 14 of 15. He got the first out in the 7th before hitting Alex call, but got the last two outs in the 7th in the 8th inning. Having 2085 pitches through 7, he struck out Victor role plays for the first out. He struck out Riley Adams for the second out. It was back to the top of the order and lane Thomas went down swinging. It was sandy's 11th strike out of the night. Number 199 on the season and 220 and two thirds innings for our contra, and it would be the last pitch sandy through here tonight. 99 pitches, 75 strikes over 8 tremendous innings, three hits and a run. He walked one, struck out the 11. Dylan floral came on in the 9th inning took care of business, got Luis Garcia bounced a second during manassas to ground out the first and Luke voigt caught looking at strike three. That's how this one ends. The Marlins beat the nationals four to one in San Diego contra 14th victory of this 2022 season. For Miami, four runs ten hits, no errors, 6 left for the nationals one run three hits, no errors. They left three. Contra the winner 14 and 8 lowers zero to 2.32, Eric fetty to lose her 6 and 11 for Dylan floral, his 7th save and ten tries. Time of the ball game two hours, 18 minutes. We were flying here at the ballpark tonight. This is the third shortest game the Marlins have played this year and guess who started the shortest and the second shortest. Yeah, sandy, a three zero win in two O 9 against the reds back on August 3rd, a two one win in two 17 against the Dodgers on August 27th, a four one win in two hours, 18 minutes against the nationals here tonight. The Marlins with the victory. Now, three and two on the home stand, they have won back to back games to start this series. It's just the 5th time they've won two in a row since the all star break for the Marlins their first series win since capturing two of three in Oakland, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th exactly a month ago, they had been zero 8 and one in their last 9 series, 8 series losses, and the one split in the double header against the Texas Rangers, a couple of Monday afternoons ago here at loan depot park. For the Marlins, if you go back to the series before the all star break, a sweep at the hands of the Phillies here in Miami before this series, they had been three 16 and two in the last 21 series. They're only series wins. Since that last series before the break, two of three at Pittsburgh's lie 22nd through the 24th, two or three at home against the Padres August 15th, 16th and 17th and those two of three in Oakland last month, August 22nd, 23rd and 24th. Again, from Miami now, 16 or 15 wins on the season against the nationals. 15 and three against the Nats with one game to go, it matches the most winsome ones I've ever had against a single opponent in a season there are 15 and four against the mets in 2004. It matches the Dodgers with 15 wins against single opponents. The only other team that's done it here in Major League Baseball in 2022, the Dodgers, 15 four against the Giants. They're done with San Francisco. Marlins are 15 and three against the nationals with one to play still here tomorrow in the home stand finale, Edward Cabrera is going to pitch for Miami looking to go to 7 and three in the year and he'll match up with the former Marlin right hand Ron Sanchez, who the Marlins beat, who sandy beat in Washington just last Sunday. The Marlins daughter nation working together to strike out cancer in our community every time Marlin's pitch record to strike out this season, $25 be donated to our nation's driving initiative support cancer research. Tonight, a total of 12 strikeouts, 11 for sandy, won by Dylan floro. That means $300 from tonight's ball game and for the season now with 1342 strikeouts by the staff 33,000 $550 from the Marlins foundation to AutoNation's drive pink initiative. Marlins have beaten the nationals four to one tonight in Miami, we'll take a break when we come back, Kelly sacko is going to talk with Jacob stallings. We'll hear from Don magni to and we'll check the out of town scoreboard. So stay with us on the tenth inning show after a four one Marlins went over the nationals on the Marlins trader network driven by our nation. As simple, there's no better place than Kurosawa and with a short fly from Miami. There's no better time than now. This island gem is filled with vibrant color, a unique blend of European in Caribbean culture and an endless list of
"jacob stallings" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Some audio issues we appear to be encountering and because of that we're going to wrap this game up for you and it gets you through a postgame show, but not spend a lot of time on highlights and postgame sound because we understand it maybe kind of hard for you to hear what's going on here. We'll do the best we can, however, mets beat the Marlins tonight by the final score of 11 to three. This one started well for Miami Garrett Cooper and RBI double in the bottom half of the first sitting against Carlos Carrasco and you thought maybe just maybe Marlins could do something they haven't done since the end of June beginning of July, and that string together three straight wins, but it was all mets from that point on. Pablo Lopez allowed four hits in the first two innings but no runs and things came apart in the third and especially the fourth innings for Lopez. He allowed back to back doubles producing a run to tie the game in the third inning with Jeff McNeil doubling Francisco Lindor home. Then in the fourth inning, Lopez, who has struggled in his career against the mets, saw things really come unglued, he faced 9 men before leaving the game when it was all said and done the mets sent 12 to the plate against Lopez and Andrew norty, they scored 8 runs on 6 hits and three walks in that fourth inning. They took lead on an RBI double by Eduardo Escobar, James McCann, knock to run with a single Lindor and RBI single Jeff McNeil, a sacrifice fly and a couple of batters later after walk to Tyler naquin, Pablo was pulled Andrew nardi came on and was greeted quite rudely, Mark cannon had a Grand Slam home run that made an 8 run inning in a 9 to one mets lead. The mets would add a solo home run for Francisco Lindor in the 5th inning, another from Eduardo Escobar in the 7th inning and the mets were on their way to a big win tonight 11 three the final Marlin scored a couple of runs late. Jacob stallings and RBI hit in the 7th and a while pitch brought home the third and final Miami run in any number 8 for the match. Big nights of the plate for Escobar and Lindor Eduardo Escobar single double Homer he went three for 5 tonight at an RBI and a couple of runs scored Lindor single double Homer. He had two RBIs scored three runs. Lindor now with 7 home runs and 19 RBIs against the Marlins this season, the 19 RBIs, most of these ever had against any opponent in a single year and the 7 home runs equaling the 70 hit against the tigers and the royals back in 2018 when he was still playing in Cleveland. So Lindor has been the ultimate Marlins killer here in 2022. And he was a big part of the 11 run 16 hit outburst for the mets here tonight. As the mets win this one going away, 11 to three for Pablo Lopez, three and two thirds innings, 8 runs all learned on ten hits. He walked three struck out to his season year 8 jumps to 4.04 78 pitches for Pablo tonight 47 strikes in his career now ten starts against the mets all time, three and 5 with a 6.53 ERA, rough night for Pablo tonight, rough night for the Marlins, one injury note from Miami Avi Garcia, left this game after playing right field in the top of the first inning, he was supposed to bat in the bottom of the anybody who was pinch hit for by Charles Leblanc, Avi Garcia exiting with left hamstring discomfort and remember it was that left hamstring that had Avi on the injured list for 29 games between August 3rd and this past Tuesday when he came off against the Phillies. Garcia had played in four games and then tonight played half an inning in the outfield and that was it. And we'll hope Bobby's gonna be okay with a little bit of rest, but we'll see how things play out quick turnaround with the early start of the day game tomorrow. Metz went at 11.3 for the mets 11 runs 16 hits, no errors 9 left for the Marlins three runs 9 hits, no errors. They strand 6. Carlos Carrasco 6 innings of four hit one run ball, no walks, 6 K's he's the winner, 14 and 6, Pablo Lopez lose rate in ten. Time of the game three hours, 13 minutes, mets are 88 and 52 with the victory. They improved to 42 and 29 on the road and at the moment move into a tie with the braves atop the national league east, but the braves are going to be in action in about 5 minutes getting started out in Seattle. Braves when they're going to half game up braves lose the mets are back atop the division standings, as for the Marlins, they fall to 57 and 81. They had won back to back games coming in, but they go down tonight, 11 three against the mets. The mods not a nation working together to strike a catch in our communities every time we're on pitch record to strike out this season, $25 be donated to AutoNation driving initiative support cancer research, 11 ks tonight, $275 in this one game from the Marlins daughter nation trapping initiative for the season now 1206 K's and 30,000 $150 over the $30,000 mark here tonight from the Marlins to AutoNation's drive pink initiative. Metz when at 11.3 we'll come back with the out of town scoreboard after this on the tenth inning show on the Marlins raider network driven by our nation. To have a truly great career
Dodgers edge Marlins 2-1 for 34th come-from-behind win
"The Dodgers scratched out a run in the 8th inning to beat the Marlins two to one Mookie betts was able to score on Will Smith's Fielder's choice after catcher Jacob stallings abandoned the plate Betts led off the 8th with a triple Sparking the Dodgers 34th come back when this season Trace Thompson tied the game with an RBI double in the 7th and rob Nick fortes of a potential tying Homer leading off the 9th Chris Martin got the win with help from Evan Phillips second save Former Dodger Dylan floro took the loss On day ferry
Lindor, Mets hammer Marlins' López 9-3 for sweep
"The mets finished up a three game sweep and kept their three game lead in the NL east by blasting the Marlins 9 three Francisco Lindor Jeff McNeil and Marc Anna each had three of the Met's season high 19 hits helping New York run its winning streak to 6 games Canada and Brandon nimmo each had two RBIs The mets built a 6 zero lead against Pablo Lopez chasing the right hander after two and two thirds innings Taiwan walker improved 92 allowing three runs over 5 and two thirds The mets tossed 20 consecutive scoreless settings in this series until Jacob stallings RBI single in the 5th I'm Dave ferry
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"There are all these bones and kingery is in moniac hanging around here who like, if one of them could click, that would really help quite a lot. And I know people are maybe excited about Mickey moniak, spring. He has a 1285 OPS in spring training, which is fun, although I will note that he also had 1000 plus OPS in spring trading in each of the past two years in fewer at bats, but that's something that has happened. So rookies, I mean, we mentioned start rate and is not veering rookie eligible. I don't remember how Ricky eligibility works. But he's around as well. Hey Matt feeling is ruche eligible. You like either of them or anyone else? Yeah, I mean, I think it having just mentioned bomb like it was interesting that that was a bit of a positional battle, but I think as Meg said, I think it's pretty likely we see get some time at short and yeah, it's exciting that he will be on the roster for opening day and I think that one should be went to watch out for. All right, well that's the Phillies. There's definitely a lot of reasons to watch this team. It should be frustrating at times and fun at other times. So I'm definitely looking forward to this Philly season. It will be unlike any other season that we will see this year, I think. So that brings us to the Marlins. They were also active. There are a lot of active teams in this division this winter. Do you have a favorite or best Marlins move? So looking like big picture long-term, I think it's hard not to pick extending a sandy Alcantara because that's I think a really good step toward blocking down this young rotation core, which is very exciting and fun to watch. But I also really liked picking up Jacob stallings at catcher to talking about how good this rotation can be in, especially a young rotation, having him there to manage his staff, I think, is really exciting. And so that one, I think, might be my favorite. Yeah, that's a good pick. By the way, I should mention that the Phillies have kind of overhauled their player development department. So maybe things will get better there as Nebraska said, we need to be better at getting players over the hump and producing good players from within the system. I agree, Dave, the Philly's definitely need to be better at that. All right, back to the so the strength, I guess the strength is probably what we've always talked about with the steam right the young pitcher. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's hard not to, yeah. Yeah. There's a lot of it. It's fun. I mean, there are pictures on the staff who have already been great. Like, I'll counter and Rogers. I mean, people have projected our counter to make even greater strides I've seen according to stat cast. I noticed this because my colleague Zach kram pointed it out the other day. But Alcantara had the worst framing support of any pitcher. He had the most runs last two framing according to baseball savant last season. So with Stalin's hopefully that will not be the case, even though maybe stylings is a more elite blocker than a framer, hopefully that'll get a little bit better for him. But Trevor Rogers has already really good bubble Lopez. Eleazar Hernandez, they're so many guys here. Jesus, I guess the question. I don't know whether we're stepping on any breakout picks or anything here, but that's definitely one of the storylines of the season. How much will you get out of him? Yeah. And obviously 6 do Sanchez who does not seem to be close to returning from his shoulder surgery. So I just, I have no idea what to expect out of him if anything or when, but there are so many good pictures here that they've already traded a little bit from that depth, but they could continue to if they want to supplement the lineup still. Yeah. Yeah, I can't wait to see what this player does group can do with lizard, which isn't to say that like, you know, Oakland's not like bad at that, but I think that there's just the opportunity here for him to take a step forward with the combination of what they're up to and good health and yeah, and if 6 or 6 inches can ever figure out a better fastball shape like look at. Weakness? I appreciate that they try to fix the lineup some Jorge soler. They tried. You can't say they didn't do anything. They did that do enough for dirt cheaters taste seemingly. Yeah, weird. Because what we're saying, this rotation could be so, so, so good. And it's like if you could just do a little more here to give me confidence that you could at least consistently be a average ish offense. I would feel so excited to watch this you and instead you haven't quite done that. I think it admirable job of trying with what seemed like it was not very much to work with. Financially, but yeah. Yeah. Garcia, obviously Garcia is a good player in Jorge soler. I have no idea whether he's like the very not good player or the very good player who he was like within last season. I don't know exactly what to make of him and Stalin's obviously helps you a lot. Defensively at the very least. So it is an improvement, but yeah, they were linked to Castellanos and Marte, who, of course, was a Marlin in the not too distant past. And someone like that, I mean, yeah, it seems like they could use a real Big Bopper, but I believe in aspects of the lineup, I guess. Is there a breakout pick either on the offensive side or just yet another pitcher who could take a step forward for you? I think luzardo is such a good pick because I really do think that, you know, working with this staff, I would be really excited to see what we get from him if he can kind of fit in with the rest of this rotation. But other than that, you know, this steps on a rookie, but I'm talking about this lineup and what we might see. Can you curious to see what Jesus Sanchez does in the outfield? He does have some power that is other always missing from this lineup and I would like to see maybe we can get something from him there. But yeah, breakout wise, you know, I feel like it's hard because pitching staff is already so good other than luzardo that you can't really point to much there. And then the lineup is what we've discussed it is. So is it too late to predict well, I don't know if I'm predicting, but to hope for a jazz Chisholm break out sort of for him to elevate past what he did last year, which wasn't bad, but was not like, you know, he was a below league average header and the defense was only so, so. So maybe we could give some hope to just hold my suppose? Yeah, I think so. He's one of those players who in my head because he is so much fun to watch even if he hasn't like fully put it together that he has already transcended it in my head. Even though you're right, he was not a leak average hitter, even though he felt like one to me. Right. But very much felt like one. And so that's a great point. This close. Yeah, it was close. But not quite there. Yeah, no. His highlights are as exciting as anyone. And I guess it sounds like a cliche, but consistency that's kind of important for him, but also plate discipline and strikeout to walk ratio. He struck out close to 30% of the time last year and walked less than 7% of the time. So that's an issue, but he does have speed and power and it definitely wouldn't surprise me to see him make a step forward. He's only 24, so yeah, I could see it. And I'm with you on Sanchez as well. I could see him having a 30 Homer season. He hit 14 and 251 plate appearances last year. So clearly has a lot of power. So yeah, there's that..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Also tall. He's not quite so quite so wide. And I guess now that I think about it vocal block isn't tall. So Zach Thompson not very much like Dan vogelbach. But he might be their best pitcher right now. And I worry a little bit that he just happened upon the Marlins machine that makes people good for three months. Like, they did it with sandal contra, although it seems like he's just good, a bit of a popular Lopez. And I do worry a little bit if that won't pan out because we didn't think he was much of a prospect, heading into last year. Yeah. But, man, he looked the part, I thought. He threw 75 major league innings last year and he's really tall. He gets the right plane for his pitches somehow. He's kind of cut her forward. I don't know if it's a cutter or slider. It's one of those in between pitches, and he just throws it a lot. It's basically its primary pitch now. And it just works like batters didn't do very well against it. He didn't overly struggle with command, which I think was always something we worried about with him, that prospect evaluator is worried about with him overall, but it looks like he's just gotten better at that. Like even in the miners in the past few years, his walk numbers have just been trending the right way. It's weird to think that you could trade Jacob stallings and get your team's best picture, but maybe that's an indictment of the pirate the starting pitching. It's good. He's a good player. I think that that trade. He's not the only player they got in that trade. They got two other prospects back too. I think that was a really good trade for them. It was a Kyle Nicholas and Connor Scott. I don't actually know as much about them. But I think that's their biggest off season acquisition. It was a pretty good one in my opinion. All right, well, we started on a positive note. Strengths and weaknesses? So I'm annoyed because I wrote this before they sent O'Neill cruise down. But they're going to call him up after he works on his defense for enough days to miss the super two deadlines. That's good. Although, if that defense is in the outfield, that would be sort of sad too. When he comes up, he's going to play shortstop. Yeah. A 100% sure, basically. 95% sure if they played him a short stop last year. The O'Neill cruise story works a lot better if he's a shortstop and he's a lot more of a special talent if he can play short. But the left side of their infield crews getting there in a few months or whatever. It's just great. Brian is another one of my personal favorite players. He's like, that's what you should do in your head when you're trying to think of who he most resembles. He is, I think, the best young third base defender of the game. It's really fun to watch. He's just perfect reflexes out there, canon arm, really great. I kind of doubted all the defensive reports I heard on him before he came up. Because I was like, I don't know. Like, it's so rare that you have so many good defensive third basemen all at once, and maybe there's just some creep. And no, like, he's just the real deal. Yeah. If it weren't for the fact that Ariana kind of has the prestige stranglehold on an old loves he's actually never lost one. I think Hayes might have topped him last year. I guess he also missed some time. So that may be holding back. But he's really good defensively. And offensively, when he puts the ball in the air, he's great. He's one of these guys who doesn't have like a perfect swing plane and approach tailored to his strengths, but he's got a lot of bat speed. He walks enough. He doesn't strike out too much. If he could put the ball in the air more often, he would be like a MVP candidate type guy every year, I think. And he kind of was, right? Like when he played 20 games in 2020 and was incredible, he had a 200 WRC plus. Okay, probably he won't do that. But he has a chance to be really good and he has a chance to be the foundation of the next great pirates team. And that's third base, O'Neill cruise at shortstop. They could have a really good left side of the Enfield once everybody up. That's a big change from the pirates of a few years ago when they were kind of in the early stages of tanking and had no exciting players. And I didn't even mention Brian Reynolds if he's playing left field, then the whole left side of the diamond is good for them. He's maybe going to get traded, but he's awesome and he's another guy where I was kind of doubting of the, of whether this package would work out for an offensive player being good. And yeah, it is. It works. It's far really hard. It doesn't check out. It all kind of plays together. For a team that is really bad, and the pirates are really bad. They have some really good players. And I think that gives them hope for how good they'll be in the future. Yeah, and they also have a great farm system, which makes sure you do. The strength for 2022, necessarily, but it's a strength in that it gives pirates fans some solace and something to dream on and watch for a while and think about all of those guys getting good and then leaving because nothing will pay them. Right, so I don't know what's going to happen there, but this is for a team that is kind of down and out. But I'd be more interested in being a pirate fan this year than a reds fan because there's a lot of fun players here and you can kind of see the direction they're going. Yeah, I was more optimistic as I looked through the pirates than I thought I would be based on the pirates. So for biggest weakness, I just said yes. I think we could skip that one. They're not trying to win a bunch of games this year. And so they have a lot of players where you're like, huh. Yeah, gosh. Well, in pirates fans didn't have to edit the pirates list, so they get to enjoy the farm system without having done any of the work. Let me just say that roster resource has googlebot leading off for them. Yeah. It'd be fun. Yeah. Prototypical lead author. Oh gosh. Yeah, and I had not grappled with Ben gamel is still on this team. That's fine, you know? Even some of their players who aren't good on the big league roster are at least seem like fun guys, like colt Tucker seems like a good hang, so you at least have people you can like, but yeah..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Hello. Has this week been wilder than the week or two leading into the lockout? Because those were busy times too, but this is wild. This is wild. I'm struggling to remember that part. That was a whole lockout ago. I know. An entire lockout has happened between then and now I think in some respects, that was crazier because, you know, like seeker one. And that was like a $300 million contract, and we had, you know, we had the wander Franco extension. That was huge. You know, Marcus Simeon signed. And sure, yeah, yeah. You know what I forgot about? That. Totally forgot that happened. And that's like just a member of the MLBPA bargaining committee. He pitches too. Yeah, the mets remade half their roster. And so in some ways, it feels like that was crazier just because of the magnitude of some of those moves. You know, we saw so many of the very, very top guys come off the board, like Robbie ray signed and, you know, also Jacob stallings got traded. Those are equivalent moves. That's the stuff happened. There was all of this. There was all this stuff that happened, but also I think that just the sheer volume in a compressed time feels at least comparable and the magnitude of the trades that we have seen is more meaningful, I think. And so it's been kind of wild, but it's been a lot of fun. Yeah, yeah, we knew it was going to be a sprint up until opening day. I compared it at some point during the lockout to the lightsaber fight, the duel of the fates at the end of The Phantom Menace when there's a little lull in the fight and the energy barriers come down and everyone is just pacing around and you know that there's going to be a climactic finale following at some point and some people are going to win and some people are going to lose and some teams are going to get cut in half and all of those things have happened and it has totally delivered on that score. So we're trying to record during a brief lull between transactions here late on Thursday afternoon. We will see if we actually make it through an episode without a major move. But we have a ton to talk about it. It took us an hour and a half last time just to catch up and now we've got another full episodes worth of transactions to dissect and discuss. So it's like we're taking on water here. We're just trying to bail out as fast as we can to avoid sinking under the weight of all of these moves. But wait, what a joy just to be able to talk about baseball stuff. Ramifications. Yeah. And I actually wrote about baseball for the first time in a while. That's how busy things have gotten. What? I know that you've had your hands full coordinating the fang GRAS staff, which is covered every move of any kind of consequence. I mean, not every not every single one. Almost. A good many of them were wrapping up on a couple of things that we have yet to get to, but there are a few and far between, so. Well, we won't get to every minor move, and we will snub some relievers today as we did last time apologies to the utility and fielders out there. But we'll get to the big ones. And I do have a few general baseball observations, but maybe we can backload those and save those for the end of the episode and just get straight to the meat and the heart of the transactions because Carlos gray is still out there. There are still good free agents and trade targets to be had, but a lot of big names have come off the board since we last spoke. So I guess we could start with Freddie Freeman who. Sure. I can't believe you don't want to start with the craziest transaction we've seen this entire season. We could also start with Chris Bryant. I don't say to say that I completely hate this. I mean, I know that the consensus is that it is weird. And I agree with that part of the consensus, but I'm here to defend. All right. Let's do it. Yeah, people probably want to know our rockies take, although I can assume they would guess some of them in anticipate some, but yeah, Chris Bryant to the rockies for a $182 million. So much money. It is quite a lot of money. And I was going to start with Freeman because I figured, well, it probably has more playoff implications. But the bright side, I mean, once Freeman did not resign with the braves once he was supplanted by Matt Olson, which was sort of a shocker as we discussed last time, it seemed likely that Freeman would land with the Dodgers at no point would I say it seemed likely that Chris Bryant would sign with the rockies until the moment that that news was announced. But that happened and as usual, the rest of the baseball world has spent the intervening time trying to play that popular game. What are the rockies thinking? Yeah. Yeah. I mean, when I say that I'm here to defend Chris Bryant's honor, here's what I mean by that. So I thought that the reaction to this signing was very interesting because on the one hand, yes, it is so the rockies of it all. It's just right there for you. It's such an easy, it's so easy to grab onto that and run with it because it's, you know, it's the rockies. They make it simple. But I found the reaction to be really interesting because I think that we should use it to think about how we assess behavior in the present compared to behavior in the past because obviously when you have recently traded a Nolan Arenado and $51 million to boot. And then you go and spend a lot of money on a guy who also plays third base some of the time it's going to be it's going to be natural to compare them. But this is a different regime, not an entirely different regime. There's a lot of common DNA here, right? But this is in theory. Multiple members of this regime have manfort DNA, actually. I don't know why, but I found that way of describing it very icky, bad. I didn't like it. I didn't like it at all. I found it on settling..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Good Formula One driver. One, you can't be overwhelmingly large. They tend to be, you know, sort of average heighted guess, or even a little bit more diminutive than that. I also considered Aussie albeit in the Formula One role because India is like 6 foot and Ali's a little under that. You have to have really good reflexes to me that said a middle infielder. You gotta have a middle infielder because you need someone who has that sort of quick reaction and is going to be able to I don't know. You wouldn't say Dodge cars veer away from cars. Why am I asking you about cars? That's another thing about this. Yeah, you may be not the most reliable narrator when it comes to the driving experience. But I figured someone who was a middle infielder would be appropriate here. And then I think that one of the things that I observe about Formula One and car racing in general is that there seems to be some flare associated with the people who do it. Not always, but sometimes particularly in Formula One as opposed to say NASCAR. And Jonathan, and he's got that hair. And it seems like hair that would play in Formula One because he looks like he could be in a movie about the three musketeers. He looks like he could be one of the musketeers. And something about that says Formula One to me. I don't know if it's because I associate Formula One with the French. That's also a possibility, but I think the combination of stature and reflexes are the things that might lend him to actually being able to do the car part and his looks into the sport more generally. I think albies would have been a very good pick here also, but I think I'm going with Jonathan, India. So. All right, that's my pick here. First board that I have watched, zero minutes of. I could say the same. Well, I'm glad that you went there anyway so that could avoid overlap in this chap because I don't have any F one picks. There you go. You will be shocked to learn. Okay. For my next pick, this is what our fourth my fourth pick. Correct. I will take Jacob stallings, the catcher, as a hockey goalie. Oh, sure, yeah. Seems like a natural transfer of skills, right? Two goalie. And I think stallings would be a perfect pick because he's probably the reigning best blocker in baseball right now. I think Roberto Paris certainly has a case and he had a notable streak without past balls a couple of years ago and I think he led in baseball perspectives, blocking runs in 2019, but stallings led this year and it's something he prides himself on in his work done a lot. And he won the gold glove and he won the fielding Bible award and part of that is because of his blocking and he did not allow a single past ball this whole season, which is pretty impressive because he got a lot of playing time. And their quotes quoting from an athletic story here where former effectively wild guest Steven brut is lauding, stallings is blocking skills and says he blocks everything all the time. And that is exactly a goalie's job description. And he is used to wearing the pads, of course, he is also a large man, 6 5, two 25, and as I understand it, there has been an in beginning of goalies, both their frames and their pads and their protective gear. There was a good Atlantic article by Ken dryden about that last year, hockey has a gigantic goalie problem. It is a problem for people who are trying to score on the goalies and stylings would be a pretty gigantic goalie. And he is apparently extremely mobile and flexible. He has God given hypermobility in his hips, ankles, and knees, according to a quote in this athletic article where someone says I'm almost a foot shorter than him and I can't even come remotely close to doing some of the things that he can do. So he can contort himself all over the place. And I got to think it must take a lot of nerve to stand in there against a hard puck and slap shots that are going extremely fast. But probably not more nerve than it takes to be a big league catcher. So I think that Jacob stallings could pull it off. Yeah, I think that that's a great pick. I'd like to think that I made weird pics so that you could make normal ones. I think this is service. Good. Even though I well, I didn't really take Otani from you, did I? You got to take a ton. To share him. Okay..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Right now slated to make more in 2022 than the Orioles, the pirates or the guardians, entire roster. How much money Max Scherzer is making? Okay, let's talk about the Texas Rangers in two days they committed more money and salary than they had the previous four seasons combined. What about the rangers adding Marcus Simeon and Corey Seager? Well, they might now have the best middle infield in baseball. Marcus Simeon had a tremendous year and that's two out of the last three. He's been a great player a tremendous Clubhouse guy and remarkable that how well he moved to second base last year when that is not an easy transition. Corey Seeger is still a terrific player. But let's keep in mind the rangers won 60 games last year. They got outscored by a 190 runs and I had a talent of evaluator tell me that other than a Dolly Garcia, they really don't have an everyday player on their team that can play on a maybe even an above 500 team. That's how he described the rangers offense, how short they were on position players. Well, they added two really good ones. Guys who are going to be there for a long time, they're going to stabilize and defensively and offensively and adding John grey to that rotation. Now they have to address their pitching, but for the rangers a tremendous first move. And if they can go from 60 wins to 75 with those three editions and others, that's a pretty big jump. In my like what the angels are trying to do this winter and that is the threat and needle on one hand up grade the pitching staff. You know, that's entirely their focus. And at the same time, not necessarily get locked into huge long-term contracts because at some point they're going to have to pay shohei Otani. What do you think of the angels? Well, I like what they've tried to do here. They got their clothes, raised yellow glaciers, which I think they had to do. They added Noah synagogue. We don't know what he's going to be like, given his health, but he's certainly worth a try at 21 million for one year. I think they have a chance to get better. I still don't think they're that far away if Otani has that year trout comes back and is the best player in baseball. Rendon comes back and is a 100% healthy. I think this team has a chance to be much better than last year, but they have to add another starting pitcher and maybe two, because what they've added so far just isn't enough. The Seattle Mariners and Toronto Blue Jays to me very interesting off seasons. The Mariners signed Robbie ray. American League sayong award winner, the Blue Jays signed Kevin gossman away from the San Francisco Giants, gossman had a big step forward last year. I know the Giants didn't make a strong attempt to keep him in part because they were concerned about his second half. Give me some thoughts and Mariners and Blue Jays. Well, I like where the Mariners finished last year as we know. They almost made the playoffs. They've done some interesting things and starting with Robbie ray. I mean, he has to be, if they're gonna make the playoffs, Robbie ray has to be something close to the say young winner that he was in 2021. So just that move alone, I think gives them some real versatility in that rotation and Adam Frazier gives him another offensive player at second base, which they needed also. I could see them making the next step next year and making the playoffs with the moves that they made. As for the Blue Jays, I mean, those are those for big losses. You lose the Cy Young winner like that. You lose Marcus Simeon. Those are big losses. But they filled in with some interesting people. They have that great young base coming back, and I still like with a Blue Jays are, I could see them be at a playoff team next year also, if, of course, there are 7 playoff teams instead of 5. I had a conversation with a baseball executive yesterday in which I said, you know, a team that I kind of like what they're doing, the Marlins, they go out and trade for Joey Wendell. They trade for Jacob stallings to be their catcher. You know, to help that young pitching staff, they sign Abby sailed Garcia. You can make an argument that maybe they paid above market for him. But you know what, Tim, they have potentially a great rotation. They got a little bit better on defense and they got a little bit better on offense. What do you think? Yeah, I think they got more than a little better on defense. Joey Wendell is a well above average defensive third baseman or wherever you put him. Jacob stallings want a gold glove. And obviously Darcy is a pretty darn good right Fielder and he was arguably the best offensive player on the brewers last year, even though the brewers didn't hit much in the postseason. Plus, with that young rotation, they signed sandy Alcantara long-term. I really liked what the Marlins did also. I'm not suggesting their better than the mets or the braves or maybe even the Phillies, but they needed some significant work done with that team after last year, and they got it done. All right. Some teams that are relatively inactive, when you compare it to market size, the Yankees, the Red Sox, the Dodgers, the Phillies, the Giants, and I'm not saying, these are the reasons that this is justified, but I do think that and I know this from conversations with executives. But part of the thinking of those teams who have all flirted with the competitive balance tax threshold in recent years and sometimes moved up on over it and sometimes gone below it is that they want to know what the rules of the next CBA are actually going to be. It's pretty clear Steve Cohen just plowed through and he's like, you know what? I'm going to spend this money. I'm going to have a huge payroll and if they're taxes, that's fine, I'll deal with that. Whereas I think from what I understand, some of the other teams are like, you know what? We want to know what the rules are and Tim, as I talked about with Paul and bikinis, if you're a team that has some financial flexibility after this labor stoppage is over, you could potentially do some damage because it's going to be a scramble with a lot of the middle class players taking big hits and salaries. So I don't know if it was the right thing for the Yankees to do. They need a shortstop, but that's I think the justification in part for what they're thinking. Yeah, and I certainly understand that. Now, I think if you're a Yankee fan, you want your shortstop wrapped up before you get to December the first and that did not happen, but I'm with you on this buster. Those are payroll, flexibility teams, those big market clubs that can do pretty much whatever they want when this market open opens back up again, which again, we're not sure when that's going to be. Dodgers can pretty much do whatever they want because of their money, but they still have a very good team. The Yankees have some work to do. I fully expect them to do it once they understand what the rules are, and they can not get out of this off season without getting a premiere shortstop one way or another. And the Red Sox didn't do much. I'm still not sure I understand the hunter Renfro move. He was an excellent defensive player last year and had a pretty darn good offensive season also. But again, they have the flexibility to say we can wait where others couldn't. So I'm not going to let you get completely unscathed from the labor situation. I got one question for you. Could you have like I have the perspective of time having covered multiple labor situations and leadership groups on both sides, my belief is is that the working relationship between the two sides is the worst that I've ever seen. The lack of collaboration, the lack of the dialog. That's my perception. What about you? Well, I covered the 81 strike buster. And again, I was like 12 years old..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Regression some plexiglass principle will come into play here, similarly with the twins take a huge step back and maybe you just imagine that there will be some springboard action back into respectability. But yeah, no barrios and kenta maeda, having had Tommy John surgery in September. I know it was the brace type of Tommy John surgery that in theory has a quicker recovery, but really just no rotation to speak of here. I mean, I like Joe Ryan. There are other arms there, but you can't go into a season with that rotation and realistically expect to content. So I don't know what they have up there sleeves and how much more they are willing to spend and whether they'll be active in trades or sign one of the bigger remaining starters. But it does seem like there's more work to do here. But it is at least encouraging that they have retained the services of Byron buxton. So I think the only other team maybe that we need to touch on right now, I guess is the marwin and we talked a little bit about the Marlins recently when the rumors were circulating about the sandy Alcantara extension that is now official. And in addition to that, they have signed Avi silic Garcia and they have traded for Jacob stallings from Pittsburgh. So this is sort of what we said last time that they had the pitching, and now it's about spending and or trading from depth to put together a lineup. And that is what they are attempting to do now. So obviously, Garcia has signed a four year $53 million contract, which maybe is bigger than people had projected for Abby silk Garcia. But the marwan is just meet a lot of offensive help. They need, I guess they need a catcher who can help their young pitchers and stallings who just won a gold glove is certainly that. It's like, I guess if you can't go get pictures, well, in the Marlins case, they don't need to in the twins case they do, but hey at least if you have buxton out there, he will save you some runs in center, like the twins run prevention is a lot better when Byron buxton is on the field. And you would think that the marwin bringing along a young pitching staff it is probably helpful to have someone like stylings. They're not going to be a huge help offensively, but he's not a bad hitter for a catcher. So that's kind of what they needed to do. They needed to either spend money as they did with Garcia, or they needed to trade from their pitching stockpile as they did trading Zach Thompson to Pittsburgh to get styling. So this was sort of the playbook, and they're not there yet either, but it is a start to making this a more balanced roster. Yeah, and you know, I think that while the options here around catcher are just bad across the league, like his ability, like you said to be sort of a consistent defensive force for them is really good. And when you look at the alternatives, this seems fine. You know, I don't think that they really were going to play in the yawn gum space. And I think that it's defensible to say we want someone younger, who can kind of come along with the staff and the only way to really do that is in trade because I don't know, can I interest you in a Roberto Perez? I mean, I know that he has signed now. But I think that this is a better option there. And then you look to the extension and it's like we're identifying the pieces of this roster who are going to contribute when we're really ready to contend and I think that contrast one of them. So I don't know, I like it for Miami, I think that they are gonna get in a spot where they have to spend more even than they did with Garcia, but I don't know. Seems fine. All right, so we've covered the major moves, say I know that we haven't gotten to everything. There's no way we could. There were many reliever moves, the Giants made some pitching moves and brought some guys back and got Alex Cobb and maybe we will get to some of those other moves during the long cold winter months with no transactions. And there's been other interesting news too that presumably we will talk about. Next time there's a proposal about a 14 team playoff format with a draft lottery, so there are things to discuss about that and friend of the show Bradford William Davis has an interesting report up about MLB using multiple models of baseball. This past season, who is surprised by that, but still good to have it documented. So lots more to discuss next time we will be talking about either the beginning of the lockout or the miraculous resolution to avoid the lockout. One of those two things, but we have plenty to talk about next time and then the last show of the week in lieu of talking about the hot stove we will talk about stove leak again. So is this a good model for the off season? I know a lot of people have made jokes about, hey, we should have a lock out every off season. And I know they're just kidding, and obviously we don't actually want that. But is this good is the envy that baseball fans feel about watching NFL for agency NBA free agency and saying, hey, super exciting, day or two here. That's basically what we've had in MLB..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Thing that stood out to me as far as those awards are concerned. But they go gloves. Again, generally speaking, I think they get most of these right because we have we're so good now and being rooted in the data. But I'm hopelessly biased. JT Realmuto is the best catcher in the national league buster. Jacob stallings had a really nice year. I know his blocking numbers. I think specifically were extraordinary with his past all allowance. And that kind of stuff. But generally speaking for wars like these, I use a player's body of work to be able to sort of break ties because defense can be a little bit noisy year to year and obviously you're not watching them play defense the same way that you're watching them hit and evaluating them as such. And DT real much was the best arm in baseball. He prevents base runners from stealing better than anybody. His framing numbers are always fantastic. Baseball perspective had him third in blocking run. So across the board for my money, he's the best catcher in the national league and I'm sure I was happy for Jacob stallings. The pirates didn't have the chance to win too much this year. So that would say amongst all the words that I went through this morning. Those are the two that stood out. Surprised that Bryant snicker wasn't a finalist for that award. And surprised at JT real Muto did not win the gold glove on the national league. All right, hambo. Always great to talk with you. Later, boys. Get out. Bleacher tweets already buster, bleacher tweets, for a Tuesday, we got Andrew Campbell at real camp drew writing in, hey buster, is it possible that Nolan Arenado has a chance to either tie or surpass Brooks Robinson's gold glove total of 16, Nolan is 30 years old and only needs 7 more gold gloves to tie if he reached 16, would he retire as baseball's greatest defense of third baseman? Andrew, the, you know, I love you. But the word only needs 7 more. Only 7, 9. He is a long way away, and I would say this as we move forward. Brian Hayes is going to be a major factor because his defense is special. Also you wonder Matt Chapman with the Oakland seemingly ready to dumps salaries if they're going to move match Chapman. And if he goes the national league, that's going to change the context for sure. He would be a really nice fit for the mets, for example. Adam Smith is up next at Schmidt FIA writes in with posey's retirement. There's been a lot of chatter in TC markets about mauer's case for the hall. He had an incredible few years, but I don't know if he has longevity or numbers. What are your thoughts? Yep, Hall of Famer, lifetime three or 6 batting average, three batting titles, MVP in 2009, four top ten finishes MVP 6 time all star 2123 career hits, which is 623 more than buster. In his career, 921 games at catchers, 6 O three at first base, posey had more games at catcher in his career, 1093, 229 games at first, but Joe mauer and his time as they catch her was a difference maker. You know, the other day I was texting back and forth with Bruce bochy, and he talked about what an advantage it always was for the Giants that they had an elite offensive player at catcher and the same is true for the twins. Let's go to Brian at a player to be named later, Brian writes in love the show. Can we talk about unicorn Joey Gallo back to back gold glove winner elite feet per second rate and bottom 1% in strikeouts ever seen this combo before? No, not with somebody that big. Well, actually, you know, when Aaron judge is a little bit like that, you know, in terms of his athleticism, but I remember when Joey first came to the big leagues and you see this hulking guys huge. And I was talking with John Daniels, the general manager of the rangers, and he was talking about how like Joey's a much better athlete than anybody realized his boy was he right. Let's go to Don Irvine. What's up, Don? Don writes in, now that Kyle schwarber is a free agent, do you see him signing with an AL team to serve as a DH rather than the NL considering his defensive deficiencies and will he get a multiyear deal considering his 2021 season? Yep, he'll get a multiyear deal, I think there's going to be universal BH for 2022. So he'll consider offers from teams in both leagues. Mister jakey RS at mister JK RS writes in, now that the season is over, what's the feeling on the crackdown over foreign substances after all the grumbling? Do you think it had an impact on the game? Was there a big enough sample size? Yeah, I think there was. It was clear that there were pictures affected by it. You know, spin rates, you could tell that some pictures were affected by it. You know, we had Alex Avila on the podcast and he acknowledged and agreed with what I saw down the stretch that there were a lot of pictures who actually using foreign substances, good old fashioned bullfrog, that sort of thing. I think they found a middle ground. I really hope that they settle this issue because it really is unfair to all of them. As I said during the year when people would talk about someone like a Scherzer or Garrett Cole as a cheater, I'd be like, I mean, 90% of the pictures were using something. And I really would love to get past the conversation. Last one for today, Matt, but covered in confetti at kayaking Smith rates and there's been talk on the pod that Seattle, Texas and Miami may make some splashes this off season. But what teams would be should be worried about setting up to tank next year. I feel like the cubs, guardians nationals and reds are candidates. Congrats on the braves, World Series there mat hope you enjoyed your celebrations. Yeah, absolutely. Look, the guardians don't tank. When we talk about tanking and Taylor sorry to pick a scab for you, I mean, we look at what the Orioles have done a recent years. We looked at what the Astros did in the early 2010s. The last time the Indians lost a hundred games was 1991. The Indians excuse me, the guardians retooled. The athletics retooled. They don't tank. The Orioles, there's absolutely no sign that they're going to veer from their strategy, which means, I'd say right now, whatever the over under is in Vegas, if you want to retire, I think you bet the under on whatever Vegas comes up with your team, what do you think? Oh, yeah, empty account. Bet it all buster bet it all on that under. I'm gonna check that out after we're done. I'm sure it's not up yet, but the second it is, you know where you define me. So thanks for writing everyone. Hashtag bleacher tweets on Twitter. Again, we're gonna do another show. Next Friday, we had a great batch of tweets this week, so keep them coming throughout the week and please follow rate and review this podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts. And just to touch on a couple of other teams real quick, Luis Castillo and Sonny gray, two guys to watch for the reds, I'm curious to see if they trade them. If they do, then you wonder if they're going to be retooling. They have too many good position players to actually go into full on tank. And I think the what to watch for for the cubs, do they make a major expenditure? You know, it was a good sign that they're not tanking that they picked up wade Miley. Before we go, I just want to mention we got sad news yesterday, Pedro Feliciano, longtime left handed pitcher passed away at age 45 and his sleep at word of Perez colleague tweeted out that news, I didn't really know him that well, but everybody that did know him better than I just they were heartbroken yesterday. So our thoughts go out to the family of Pedro Feliciano. My thanks to date to Carl to hambo to Taylor have a great day to everybody. Thanks for listening. Stay safe and remember, Hayden inequality based on skin color is something we need to fight against every single day. Thanks for listening to the baseball tonight podcast. If you're.
"jacob stallings" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"For faculty and collegiate students at u w madison concentrating on environmental and sustainability studies for the cardinals paul goldschmidt. This is the sixth time. That goldschmidt has been nominated for this award. And the first time since joining saint louis he. He's looking to join adam. Wainwright who has the twenty twenty wetter and yada air molina. Who won in two thousand eighteen as current cardinals to receive the honour. Gold schmitz he is one for charitable causes including several that able to take off now that he is fully entrenched in the saint. Louis marketing he has commitment to pediatric cancer patients with goldschmidt and his wife. Amy being dedicated supporters of the arizona cancer foundation for children. They have continued their efforts in saint louis hospitals and work with the make a wish foundation tell bring joy to kids dealing with cancer for the chicago cubs. It is jason heyward for hayward. Chicago's not just where he plays baseball but he embraced the city as his home and continually searched for ways to give back in august. He he was present for the groundbreaking ceremony on a ten acre one hundred and fifty thousand plus square foot facility in the city's austin neighborhood that will include a club for kids and professional level sports elements including the jason heyward baseball academy. He hopes to raise kids in this community. One day i want them to see the kind of legacy that he left and he partnered with by the hand club for kids in chicago on such projects as this one. The pirates nominee is jacob stallings. Stallings kept strong kept his strong community engagement going during the cove nineteen pandemic in spring training. He gave a memorable experience for a group of youth from the boys and girls club of manatee county when the pirates run able to host the annual play ball event this spring stalling hosted a virtual event for youth players. He's also held to welcome a miracle league player. Caleb the crusher to pnc park spending time with him catching with 'em showing him around and on top of his charity. Work starlings is lauded by the pirates. Young staffers dedication and willingness to help the game grow within the community for the cincinnati reds joey votto longest tenured member of the reds since two thousand seven. He often helps the community and quieter ways and without fanfare especially helping hospitalized children in those battling with great health challenges during the pandemic vodno had in person visits to cincinnati children's hospital and when those weren't possible he met virtually with patients said recorded videos to kids before their surgeries he also made regular visits to p. and g. mlb cincinnati reds youth academy even after his own games to spend time with the players from the rbi baseball and softball teams for the national league west. You have the diamondbacks david. Peralta peralta the longest tenured active player on the roster gold glove silver slugger recipient but peralta and his wife jordan are united in their involvement with a number.
"jacob stallings" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yeah. All right. The hits keep on coming for the White Sox. It absolutely sucks. One injury after another. If you were watching last night's game, it was like an innocent. An innocent thing that happened. And then the next thing you know, he was down on the ground, and he was being helped off the field. My concern was it was an Achilles When I saw it. A lot of people talked about a calf and maybe they're all related in some way. I don't know like that's that's why I would say something like that. Because I'm not a doctor. I is there a doctor in the house. Could someone tell us if If it's all related If the calf can lead to the need tendon being torn, it's 4 to 6 Weeks for Grandal. Yeah. You know what? As I'm feeling my own knee. I'm thinking maybe it's something behind the knee, you know, and I don't know either. I just can't get past the severity the number of severe injuries that this team has suffered throw now now, like a lot of these NBA injuries that we've talked about Lot of people have raged again, saying that it was because of the shortened season because of the bubble and everything like that. And they've all said, Hey, they're all basketball injuries. You know what Yanez did that hyper extension. That's a bad on a basketball play Trae young stepping on the referees foot. That's not because of That's because he stepped on the referees, foot and all these other things. Sox fans right now. And I think Recon mentioned this even a month ago. Before all these latest injuries, Sox fans want The trainer and the strength and conditioning program to really be put under a microscope. Because these are all right, aren't they Aren't these all injuries where you say Well look, the calf and the You know the hamstrings and the oblique. Look, they aren't They all muscular sort of injuries that aren't impactful injury that aren't because of impact or something. Yeah, I mean, there's been a lot of I I said to you at one of the brakes. I'm I'm surprised at the number of hamstring injuries that they've dealt with. I mean, you only get like one or two of those, maybe an entire course of a year on a basement. I just don't see hamstrings being a huge issue for baseball players on a consistent angles. Been out twice because the hamstring eaten in and he's sort of worthless right now. Um, but but he does magic madrigals out because of the torn hamstring. Yes, it was a hip flexor for Robert Wright. Was it oblique for for a lawyer lawyer was up. Pack, right wasn't impact form peck for pointing in my pack. And I'm saying oblique, this is how in tune with your obliques are over here, right? The love handles. Yeah, That's what I call your love obliques. I don't have obliques. I just have love handles your oblique handles. So like they're all they're all it seems like injuries. Where you say, What are they doing? What's going on? Hermie didn't have all these issues, did he? But baseball players kind of do their own thing, Don't they? I don't know. I mean, do their own work out. Look, all of us strike. They do a stretch. I get it, but Like if it's not under the supervision of the White Sox trainers and doctors that I don't I don't know what their issue is. I don't know what the the tie between all of them is. It's definitely a question to ask and to research for sure. So now you need another catcher Zach Collins will do the bulk of the catching, and he's basically a backup to begin with. Well, you have to again. The premise that you expressed earlier was guys are going to come back, right? That's what I want to know from Sox fans. How are you? Are you really down in the dumps over another injury, or do you still say to yourself, Okay? Look at Bray use back in these healthy It could have been a lot worse with him. You're going to get a lawyer back. You're going to get Robert back there on good timelines right now. Grendel returns in 46 Weeks catcher, though with a torn You know, we're tearing it a an attendant in his knee, Crouching probably Zach. Crouching probably isn't good for that. I know. I know that and look given time, they'll probably more injuries the way this thing is trending. You know what I mean? Like you could more time. Maybe worse, but it still lines up where The only guy lost for the long haul is Madrigal. And I still believe that's a huge loss. You know how I feel about Madrigal. I feel like a guy who does it differently could put more stress on a picture. I want them to go out, and I want them to get Fraser or Escobar or somebody. Trevor story moving to second base, Right, Right. But now you got it. Now you got your short catching, and now you have to find a backup catcher and a guy, I think. Who was mentioned earlier. I think the pirates also have a backup catcher that Peter Gammons was suggesting earlier. That's good defensively and connects with the pictures. And with this if the socks are going to win this year, it's going to be based on their strength and their strength so far, even though they can mash you win in the postseason because you set a starter. The bump every single day. Who can dominate Is it Jacob Stallings From the From the Pirates? Yes, Like you're right. The you're going to bring in a guy..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Do one and a half million this year so if you had him at the deadline you're looking at about half of that. The orioles are not contending. They were just put him in as a stopgap at the shortstop position so as long as he stays healthy i think he gets moved to a contending team here. And he could be a nice upgrade for somebody out there for the marlins potentially starling. Marta could be on the market. The marlins traded for him not too long ago. But with them being out of contention right now in the national league east could they look to move him for a potential piece. I think so. Y'all have corey dickerson. That could be on the move for the marlins as well. They have a lot of depth down the outfield a lot of kids. Who are knocking on the door for miami and again if they're not gonna offer marseille or dickerson. Qualifying offer specifically marta. I don't want to lose him for nothing this offseason and it'll be interesting to see what kind of package they could get back. And if it'll be equivalent to the one. They gave up for him just a couple of years ago. Kole calhoun of the diamondbacks as well. Yes he's still on the injured list after undergoing hamstring surgery but he could be back here before the trade deadline. He was off to a nice start this year hitting two ninety two. He's got a track record established of being an above average bat. He's also a solid defender out there and right field. He's earned an eight million dollars this year. He has a nine million dollar club option for next year that has a two million dollar buyout so effectively a seven million dollar decision for teams looking at next year and of course for calhoun. The big thing is going to be proving that he is healthy. But if he is indeed healthy is time with the angels now at the diamondbacks. He's showing he can hit and he would be a nice outfield edition as well. So a lot of these outfielders that could be available. All comes down to price. What are we going to have to pay to give up for these guys. Do you go from michael taylor. Cheap robbie grossman kind of that next year. Or do you go for coco. Probably the best of the bunch but again going to cost you the most when it comes to potential prospect return jacob stallings of the pirates. I mean again. He's not a catcher right. So catchers don't usually get moved at the trade deadline but he's been averaged defensively this far you know so far. He's sitting in two sixteen. He's a career to fifty six hitter. He's only making one point. Three million dollar option is controllable through arbitration through twenty twenty four catching position obviously has a put on defense and he's above average defensively behind the dish so teams out there again. This position is probably one of the most needy across major league baseball. Which is why you have guys who are hitting two twenty to forty getting paid top dollar because if you can call a game you can manage a pitching staff. You can frame pitches you can get calls for your guys on the mound. You're definitely somebody teams are going to go after here and this could be a move the pirates. Really look for if they're going total rebuilt again if they hold onto him. It's just due to team control. But if he's not part of that next window you think of when you're going to compete out there and pittsburgh he could potentially be moved next grammarian marquee the rockies again gray and story look to be locked in marquees kind of on the bubble yeah. He's twenty six years old. He's under contract through twenty twenty three with a club option for twenty twenty four. So i mean it's tough right. He's got a four four seventy ra. But if you pull out one of his. Most recent starts where he gave up eight runs in one inning. It's at three point two eight so he's got good stuff on the mount ground ball rate of about fifty percent. I think he could potentially be moved to again. If you're the rockies going full rebuild is marquee really going to be there in the next two years when you guys are back to contention. I think this is a three to five year rebuild. So of course you want to sell high. And if you don't think you're going to get your best return maybe hold onto marquee kind of like matthew boyd their detroit but if he has a good stretch over the next couple of weeks you could strike while the iron hot and ultimately move on from him. Spencer turned bill for the tigers potentially on the markets. I think this one's a little bit far fetched but over his past two hundred innings. He's got a four to two era and he's really been performing well this year. So if you're the tigers and you're looking at this with a no hitter on the resume do you sell high on turn bill. Is he going to regress back to the mean and back to his average. And kinda like boyd. Hey if you don't trade him now you're not gonna get anything for him in the future so this could certainly be one of those sell high situations there in detroit but ultimately i think the hang onto him just because of the upside. He's shown so far this season next on the list. I got some orioles again. We talked about freddy garcia. But john means left handed pitcher. He's currently on the injured list. Like we talked about there at the top today show. But he's been one of the best pitchers so far this year now is it due to the substance. He's been using sticky substance. People are accusing him but if not he's under team control through twenty twenty four he could get a nice return based on his performance so far this year the also have anthony santan dare in the outfield's santan dare was one of the top prospects who recently came up is twenty eight years old and again with team control and arbitration from clubs perspective..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Many for the Marlins. There was another story about the fish that got away after losing starter El Lazo Hernandez to freak leg injury while he was crossing home plate. Reliever Dylan Floro gave up three runs, bases clearing double to Jacob Stallings in the eighth inning. So The Pirates made Miami walk the plank 5 to 3 for their sixth grade loss. They try to break the street tonight in Pittsburgh, sending Cody boutique to the mound for the 75 per stitch. And the Miami Hurricanes Open the N C. A. A baseball regionals this afternoon in Gainesville, taking on South Alabama at five cocaine. They always have an uphill climb. When they have to play alligators in Gainesville. It can't be easy. No, no, it can't be easy for them. They blew it last week in the SEC tournament. We'll see how they do this weekend. Alright, Erica. Thank you very much coming up at 8 41. Live to the White House for the latest headlines from the Biden administration to reach herd immunity where we don't need to hit herd immunity. What the hell is going on here? Sean Hannity. Mixed messages. Why the mixed messages on mixed Just giving you the facts here today at three news radio, 6 10 w Y o D. Well, I want to take a moment and again. Thank And encourage each and every one of you and your loved ones quite frankly, to take advantage of the free heart scan with my friends in life Imaging FL. I have been telling you about their great work for a few months Now I was finally able No 23 weeks ago Now to get my own heart scan done. Got those results in 20 minutes. I mean, it is such an easy process. Didn't even have to take my clothes off while I was there. I figured you know what? Why not be proactive? I had my full body scan done as well. Look, I've got a lot to live for my family. But we also have a history of cancer and heart disease. So I thought to myself, why wouldn't I take steps to be proactive? Find out if there's something that needs to be addressed just in case Ordered my heart scan results and my full body scan results to my primary care physician how to talk about it a couple things to keep an eye on but nothing to worry about it. The good news is my colon, prostate on my other organs. Basically can't clear of concern. Now I urge you to take advantage of the free heart skin opportunity for yourself and your loved ones as well. I mean, why wouldn't you? I know I jumped at the chance to potentially save my own life..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's just that simple. Four, but black in the Rockies. Rommel Toppy elites it off in left field. Jonathan Daza in center field. Ryan McMann, It's second base hitting cleanup right fielder Charlie Blackmon. Then it's third basement. Joshua Flint is Matt Adams will get the start at first base. Brendan Rodgers again at shortstop. Dumb Nunez will do the catching. On the mound, batting ninth left hander Kyle Friedland for Derek Shelton's Pirates. Adam Frazier, the second basement leads it off then Kevin Newman at short. Ryan Reynolds in center field. Jacob Stallings, the catcher hits cleanup. Gregory Polanco is in right field Will Craig at first base. Eric Gonzalez, a third guy Tom in left field on the mound, making his debut with the Pirates right hander Chase the young Let's look at the pitching matchup Kyle Free Land for the Rockies, making his second start of the year, second on the road trip that after coming off the Isle, of course, hurt in spring training with the shoulder injury. Rehab did all through the spring months and now here at the end of May, getting onto the big league mound when four innings Monday night, gave up a run on four hits with three walks and five strikeouts. In his season debut. He's had some success against the Pirates to into lifetime. 4.3 70 are a butt pirates have gotten to him at PNC Park..
"jacob stallings" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Rommel Tapia will lead things off in left field. Ryan McMahon at second base CJ Crone at first hitting cleanup right fielder Charlie Blackmon. Then it's Brendan Rodgers playing shortstop for the injured Trevor story. Joshua point, as is at third base, Yonathan Daza in the center field. Aaliyah's D as well do the catching in Game two, batting ninth and pitching Left hander Austin Gamber. For Derek Shelton's Pirates. They'll go again, with Adam Frazier leading it off. It's second base. Kevin Newman will play shortstop in Game two. Ryan Reynolds, who had a two run homer in the opener is in center field. Hitting cleanup will be catcher Jacob Stallings. Will. Craig is at first base. Ben Gammell in right field. Eriks. Eric Gonzalez at third base Guy Tom in left field, batting eighth and on the mound, batting ninth. Right hander Mitch Keller pitching matchup has left the Austin Gamber going for the Rocky Start number 11 3 wins four losses 4.56 the ER, a 53 and a third innings, allowing 41 hits 32 runs, 27 of which have been earned. 22 walks. 55 strikeouts, seven home runs allowed and he's induced three ground ball double plays. He was the stopper got a road win Monday. At the Mets going a career high eight plus innings, allowing two runs on four hits, no walks and a career best to career Best eight strikeouts in that one. As number will take the hill looking for win in this second game. Mitch Keller, the right hander for the BUCCOS. 10th start of the season to win six losses. 7.41 earned run average 37 2 3rd innings He's allowed 47 hits 31 runs all learned. 21 walks, 40 strikeouts and six home runs given up. He pitched last Saturday at Atlanta and took the loss in a giving up five runs over On eight hits over five innings with walk in six strikeouts. So it's gumbo the lefty killer, the righty. Empires for Game two. Brought to us by Bank of Colorado, the official bank of the Colorado Rockies. Open an account get 10% off tickets and apparel with your Rockies. Debit or credit cards, See site for details. Bank of Colorado. There's on. Lee won. Building culprit. The crew chief will work behind the plate in Game two. DJ Rayburn at first Base. Ryan Black me at second and Junior Valentine is the umpire at third. Game one was played in drizzly conditions. Uh, to be honest with you're looking at the Video.
"jacob stallings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"River, PNC Park, the Giants and the Pirates looks like a beautiful night. It's sort of partly cloudy and as the sun begins to set Most of the field is still lit up in the late afternoon sunshine. But the infield is now under shadows as they course the national anthem happened a few minutes ago. We like to let you listen in, but that was a few moments ago. So now live In Pittsburgh, Gabe Kapler and Derek Shelton, the Pirates manager, exchanging the lineup cards with the umpiring crew as we are just minutes away from the start of this game and the start of a four game Syriza and eight game road trip for the James begins tonight. It is the Giants and the Pittsburgh Pirates. John Miller's off on assignment for these next few days. Jonah be back with you when the janitor in Cincinnati on Monday so for tonight I'll have the broadcast hear on the radio side other than the middle innings when joint Piper will join you, Dwayne is with Shawn Estes over on our Giants telecast. So that's our announcer lineup. Some days. It feels like we've got to give you the announcer lineup. Actual batting order the lineups on both sides. Let's go through those Now, before we start this game will begin with the Giants 22 14. They start the day two games up in the National League West, the first place team J. It's coming off another good home stand. Jackets have been the best home team in baseball so far this year. They have not played as well on the road. They played fine, but just not quite as well and see if they can. Play even a little bit better away from home this week in Pittsburgh and Cincinnati. Mike talk. Ben's gonna lead off in this one and play in left field. James did have a couple of scratches from the lineup. Brianna Crawford. When the James got to the park today, they were hoping he would play. He's just not feeling well, you might have heard Gabe Kapler say that A little while ago on our pregame show, Gabe Kapler mentioned that Crawford got the vaccine before the James left for Pittsburgh in today's just really not feeling great, so he's not in the starting lineup. Brandon Belt was in the initial starting lineup. Belt still got a little that tightness in his side. The Giants were being extra extra cautious with that so belt was scratched in the Giants put Steven Duggar in center field to talk with and left hitting leadoff Buster Posey doing the catching, batting second. Mike Jastremski is the right fielder. He hits third. Evan Longoria, third baseman and cleanup hitter, Wilmer Flores starts its second He bats fifth. Lamont, Wait, Junior activated on the roster. Today. He's at first base in place of Belden, hitting six Mauricio du Bon starts for Crawford at shortstop. He bad seventh Stephen Duggar in center field, hitting eighth and the James starting pitcher Anthony D. School. Funny, too and one with a 240 earned run average for the right hander disco funny tonight in the ballpark, where he's been many times before. In Pittsburgh pitching and batting night. Meanwhile, the Pirates 15 and 21 Pirates have Adam Frazier. It's second base sitting first. Kevin Newman, their shortstop, that second Brian Reynolds, former Giants draft pick in center field, hitting third. Jacob Stallings doing the catching. He is the cleanup hitter Gregory Polanco in right field, hitting fifth. Eric Gonzalez, third baseman and six places bent Gamble starts in left field. He bad seventh will Craig just very, very, very little Big League experience he got called up today. And is in the lineup at first base hitting eighth and the starting pitcher is also a young guy Will crow, the right hander will pitch and bad night first time he's ever faced the Giants in his young big league career. This copyrighted broadcast is presented by authority of the San Francisco Giants may not be reproduced or retransmitted. In any form. The accounts and descriptions of.
"jacob stallings" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Got the predicted next. Wouldn't agree with that statement. But I bet you won't find any arguments from the pitching staff of either team. His micro stock is weaker, still down at second base with two went out. Right hander Brubaker ready at the belt. He deals and the pitch to Moose Takis grounded foul down the first base line its own one. You know, it's interesting in that that particular category you can hear broadcasters where they're on TV or radio if their hitters both of those pitches. They're very unhappy about And if you're a pitcher, the first thing out of your mouth is that's an awfully good. Yeah, it's just the way that you see it. And borderline for a hitter goes his way. Borderline for a picture. You're thinking it should go your way. Here's the right hander zone one and loose. Takis takes high pretty good pitch there from Brubaker, and it really looked like that's right where Jacob Stallings, one of that pitch when the stock is just an offer at it accounts, even one on one. I think what we're seeing with Brubaker is very similar to what we saw in Cincinnati. He'll throw that four seamer at the very top of the zone when he has to have A pitch on the edge of the plate. It's that two seamer the sinker. He's showing it late. He starts it off the plane and brings it right back to the edge. And he's done that now twice for a couple of strikeouts, looking to these right handed batters. Brubaker has the sign the right hander from the belt. Brings home the 11 pitch and a swing and a miss by Blue stock is he's down to the county ball and two strikes. Red's trying to cash in on Wickers hustled double. He guided The third base line trickled into left. That's a big shift on here against Moose, Takis. 12 pitch, and it's down and in went to the slider that time and Brubaker has evened up. The count on move stock is it's too into the second basement. Fraser is way out shallow right, but he's pulled over a little more toward the line that sometimes what we'll see. Especially the fact that the shortstop Kevin Newman is still on the left side of second base. Bruce Takis hits a routine grounder to the normal second base position. That ball is going into right center field, and it could hop 40 times.