Posts Tagged: Corey Patterson

Game 117 vs. Oakland Athletics

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Oakland Athletics @ Toronto Blue Jays

Thu, August 11th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez claimed that 9 players who were on the opening day roster are currently not on this team, either in the minors or out of the organization. I looked back and there are 10 which are: Jason Nix (DFA – Las Vegas 51s), Travis Snider (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Mike McCoy (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Juan Rivera (DFA – LA Dodgers), Jo-Jo Reyes (DFA – Baltimore Orioles), Kyle Drebek (Minors – Las Vegas 51s), Carlos Villanueva (15 day DL), Marc Rzepcynski (Trade – St. Louis Cardinals), Jason Frasor (Trade – Chicago White Sox), David Purcey (DFA – Oakland A’s -> Detroit Tigers -> Toledo Mud Hens). If you are wondering, Octavio Dotel was on the DL and Corey Patterson came up during the Seattle Mariners Series in April.

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez said the game was 6-4 in favour of the A’s, but it was actually 6-2.

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez mentioned that David DeJesus and Jemile Weeks both had the day off but DeJesus was in the lineup. (Contributed by @ShakeelSalamath)

Buck Blunder 4 – Buck Martinez said Brett Lawrie’s walk was a 2-out walk when it was only 1. (Contributed by @Jays_GiantsFan)


Bautista Protection Agency (BPA) Open For Business

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Bautista Protection Agency

Bautista has been providing protection to batters in front of him. Does BPA really work or is it a myth?

Every now and then, the phrase “Providing Protection” is used in baseball to describe a batter “protecting” the batter in front of him. In Toronto, Jose Bautista is the guy who provides this “protection”. Bautista has been playing like an MVP this year and has been touted as the most feared hitter in the league. More or less, a pitcher will probably not want to challenge Bautista because of the potential damage he can do and the pitcher most definitely does not want to put guys on base in front of Bautista to further increase the risk of damage. This means that pitchers will usually challenge the batter before Bautista, resulting in juicier pitches to pounce on. Thus, Jose Bautista has been employing his, shall we call it “Bautista Protection Agency” or “BPA” (This is a parady of APA or Acolytes Protection Agency used in the WWE) for anyone that hits in front of him. I have been gathering stats to see just how good his protection is. These stats were taken from www.baseball-reference.com. It does not include any games that Bautista didn’t play (3 games – Child Birth, 5 games – Neck strain, 3 games – Ankle sprain) or at bats for the 2nd hitter where Bautista has already been taken out of the game. I am also assuming that Bautista will be hitting 3rd for the entire season.

Legend:

G – Game(s)
PA – Plate Apperances
.###/.###/.### – AVG/OBP/SLG
HR – Home Runs
RBI – Runs Batted In
R – Runs
BB – Base On Balls
SO – Strikeouts
PH – Pinch Hit

April (24 G)

C.Patterson (13 G), Y.Escobar (5 G), A.Hill (2 G), J.Nix (1 G), J.Rivera (1 G), T.Snider (1 G), M.McCoy (1 G)
113 PA – .233/.292/.369 w/ 3 HR, 17 RBI, 13 R, 9 BB, 24 SO

May (23 G)

C.Patterson (22 G), Y.Escobar (1 G), E.Encarnacion (1 G – PH)
109 PA – .294/.315/.461 w/ 2 HR, 13 RBI, 20 R, 4 BB, 20 SO

June (27 G)

C.Patterson (20 G), E.Thames (5 G), A.Hill (2 G), J.Rivera (1 G – PH), R.Davis(1 G – PH)
121 PA – .241/.267/.357 w/ 2 HR, 4 RBI, 15 R, 3 BB, 28 SO

July (23 G)

E.Thames (18 G), C.Rasmus (4 G), C.Patterson (1 G), J.McDonald (1 G – PH), R.Davis (1 G – PH)
100 PA – .311/.360/.511 w/ 3 HR, 19 RBI, 13 R, 7 BB, 17 SO

August (4 G)

C.Rasmus (3 G), E.Thames (1 G)
18 PA – .167/.167/.278 w/ 0 HR, 1 RBI, 1 R, 0 BB, 1 SO

Grand Total as of August 5th, 2011 (102 G)

461 PA – .264/.301/.414 w/ 10 HR, 54 RBI, 62 R, 23 BB, 90 SO

These numbers are decent, but I think the hitters could have done slightly better with Bautista hitting behind them. Some of the numbers could be skewed a bit, since Rasmus played 7 games in the 2 spot and he had to do some adjusting to the new league (NL to AL). If we take those 30 PA, we get: .273/.311/.427 w/ 10 HR, 51 RBI, 60 R, 22 BB, and 83 SO. It’s hard to imagine that Corey Patterson had sooooo many chances in the 2 hole as he played 56 games batting 2nd. That’s more than half the games (55%) and that was probably way to many games for someone who we thought sucked and is no longer with the team. Let’s take a closer look at individual player performance. I really only wanted to compare a few players because the sample size of some players were just way to small.

Corey Patterson (56 G)

Totals:
(With BPA) 253 PA – .255/.283/.391 w/ 5 HR, 26 RBI, 36 R, 9 BB, 51 SO
(Without BPA) 88 PA – .244/.295/.341 w/ 1 HR, 7 RBI, 8 R, 6 BB, 14 SO

Avg/PA:
(With BPA) 253 PA – 1 HR/50.6 PA, 1 RBI/9.7 PA, 1 R/7 PA, 1 BB/28.1 PA, 1 SO/5 PA
(Without BPA) 88 PA – 1 HR/88 PA, 1 RBI/12.6 PA, 1 R/11 PA, 1 BB/14.7 PA, 1 SO/6.3 PA
(Difference) -37.4 HR/PA, -2.9 RBI/PA, -4 R/PA, +13.4 BB/PA, +1.3 SO/PA

Patterson’s averages were slightly down without BPA, but not by much. The telling story are the averages per plate appearances. The only significant positives was that he drew more walks and struck out less without BPA. The other stats are way down without BPA. So you could say that “Tropic Thunder” really misses his BPA. It didn’t really matter though because he’s no longer around and i’m cool with that… Still don’t know how you can be in the league when you can’t play defense properly.

Eric Thames (24 G)

Totals:
(With BPA) 103 PA – .333/.369/.583 w/ 4 HR, 15 RBI, 17 R, 5 BB, 18 SO
(Without BPA) 89 PA – .195/.247/.305 w/ 1 HR, 7 RBI, 10 R, 5 BB, 29 SO

Avg/PA:
(With BPA) 103 PA – 1 HR/25.8 PA, 1 RBI/6.9 PA, 1 R/6.1 PA, 1 BB/20.6 PA, 1 SO/5.7 PA
(Without BPA) 89 PA – 1 HR/89 PA, 1 RBI/12.7 PA, 1 R/8.9 PA, 1 BB/20.6 PA, 1 SO/3.1 PA
(Difference) -63.2 HR/PA, -5.8 RBI/PA, -2.8 R/PA, 0 BB/PA, -2.6 SO/PA

Eric Thames has got to be the one who’s benefited the most from BPA. Looking at his averages as the dip is incredible from .333 to .195 in batting average alone! WOW! Thames also doesn’t even have a plus category without BPA. We saw him being re-inserted into the 2 hole on Friday, August 5th vs. Baltimore and maybe the Blue Jays saw the same stats that I’m seeing now. I’d like to see Thames ride out this season in the 2 spot, but I also have another suggestion on who should be there later on in the post.

Yunel Escobar (6 G)

Totals:
(With BPA) 27 PA – .174/.296/.174 w/ 0 HR, 2 RBI, 4 R, 4 BB, 6 SO
(Without BPA) 427 PA – .314/.390/.462 w/ 10 HR, 39 RBI, 57 R, 47 BB, 44 SO

Avg/PA:
(With BPA) 27 PA – 0 HR, 1 RBI/13.5 PA, 1 R/6.8 PA, 1 BB/6.8 PA, 1 SO/4.5 PA
(Without BPA) 427 PA – 1 HR/42.7 PA, 1 RBI/10.9 PA, 1 R/7.5 PA, 1 BB/9.1 PA, 1 SO/9.7 PA
(Difference) +42.7 HR/PA, +2.6 RBI/PA, -0.7 R/PA, -2.3 BB/PA, -5.4 SO/PA

Although a very small sample size, Yunel Escobar was one of the Blue Jays players who did not benefit much from BPA. Yunel Escobar was slated to be the every day 2 hitter in front of Bautista, but Rajai Davis got hurt early and ever since that injury, he’s hit lead off throughout most of the season. If there were more PA for Yunel with BPA, the stats would have more weight, but other than that, this was just a small example of someone who didn’t benefit from BPA.

So does BPA make a huge difference? I would have to say that BPA has been a very helpful factor for the two players who have batted in front of “El Fuerte”. Combining Corey Patterson and Eric Thames games played (80 G which is 78% of the games), these two players’ stats have shown huge improvements when employing BPA. If Colby Rasums plays more games hitting 2nd, i’m sure he would eventually start to show stats that would tell us BPA works, though I don’t see him returning to the 2 spot anytime soon.

Also, I would like to mention something that has crossed my mind. Ever since I heard the interview with AA on “Prime Time” via Fan590, AA said that Snider and Thames were the two candidates to be sent down when Brett Lawrie comes up. AA said that Thames had a better July than Snider and that was primarily the factor in bumping Snider back down to AAA. Now, if you look at the stats for July, Thames hit in the 2nd spot for most of the month and he generated some pretty impressive numbers. When he was removed from BPA after Rasmus came along, look how bad he performed. In 5 games, 24 PA, he only had 1 hit (HR) and 9 SO. One can argue that it isn’t fair to say Thames had a better July than Snider because Snider didn’t have the benefit of BPA. One could also argue that Snider should be able to hit anywhere in the lineup if he is that good. Nonetheless, I think it is only fair that Travis Snider be allowed to hit 2nd and see if his stats shows improvement with BPA. I’m sure you would see him hitting much, much better with BPA.

So, for the rest of the season, I will have weekly BPA stats since it seems kinda fun to see how well the batter before Bautista does every game. I leave you off with a poll… Who do you think should hit in front of Bautista and would benefit the most from BPA?


Who should hit in front of Bautista and benefit the most from BPA?

  • Colby Rasmus (44%, 12 Votes)
  • Eric Thames (19%, 5 Votes)
  • Travis Snider (19%, 5 Votes)
  • Brett Lawrie (18%, 5 Votes)

Total Voters: 27

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Game 97 vs. Seattle Mariners

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Seattle Mariners @ Toronto Blue Jays

Tue, July 19th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez started this game off with a “Ring of Excellence” shoutout. (Contributed by @hollebrad)

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez got the batting lineup wrong when he said Encarnacion, Snider, and Hill were up when it was really Snider up first. (Contributed by @dwarshafsky)

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez called Piña Colada (Yeah, that’s my new nickname for Pineda)’s slider a 98 mph slider. I don’t think anyone in this world has a 98 mph slider. Not even Yu Darvish! (Contributed by @Pooch_Chris)

Buck Blunder 4 – Over the wall and over the fielder’s head is very very different. One’s a homerun, the other could be a homerun or just a base hit :p (@coolhead2010 even pointed out that it was a #JumpTheGunBlunder.. I’m impressed). (Contributed by @markchech, @coolhead2010, and @a_j_lindsay)

Buck Blunder 5 – Buck Martinez mentioned that Yunel Escobar hit a RBI double with 2 outs, but whoops, it was only 1! VIDEO EVIDENCE BELOW. (Contributed by @realAngelow and @Discopatrol)

Buck Blunder 6 – Buck Martinez got the count wrong when Corey Patterson was up. It was 0-1 and when a ball was thrown, he said it was 2-1. (Contributed by @Discopatrol)

Buck Blunder 7 – Buck Martinez mistaken CTV with CityTV. (Contributed by @Discopatrol)

Apparently, @Discopatrol caught 3 #BuckBlunders in 5 minutes. That’s an all time record!!!

Buck Blunder 8 – Buck Martinez said that the Blue Jays were going into the bottom of the 9th, when really, the game was going into the bottom of the 10th! (Contributed by @PlayItBogart, @avesprini, @Discopatrol, and @dwarshafsky)

Buck Blunder 9 – A grammar blunder here. Buck Martinez said… catcher is Miguel Olivo, batting! (Contributed by @s_poole420)

Buck Blunder 10 – Buck Martinez mentioned in 1 inning that Chone Figgons got all three outs by himself, but really, he got only 1 and assisted on 2. I would have to say the wording was not correct there. (Contributed by @ShakeelSalamath)

Buck Blunder 11 – Buck couldn’t make up his mind on the count. It was 3-0, then 2 balls and no strikes! #WHATTHEBUCK! (Contributed by @dwarshafsky and @KaleSherar)


Game 79 vs. St. Louis Cardinals

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Toronto Blue Jays @ St. Louis Cardinals

Sun, June 26th, 2011 2:15 PM @ Busch Stadium

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Buck Blunder 1 – In the 2nd inning, Buck Martinez said J.P. Arencibia was hitting 9th, but he’s the 8th hitter. He corrected himself.

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez says today’s St.Louis starting pitcher is Kyle McLendon :p (Contributed by @coolhead2010)

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez also says that today’s Toronto starting pitcher is Ricky Monero :p (Contributed by @rallycap_andy and @s_poole420)

Buck Blunder 4 – Although it is a different sport, Buck Martinez said that the Women’s FIFA World Cup was the Gold Cup. It’s ok.. different sport, but yeah.. come on… Who’s feeding you this info or are you making it up all by yourself. (Contributed by @ajacob24)

Buck Blunder 5 – Matt Halladay STRIKES AGAIN! (Contributed by @s_poole420)

Buck Blunder 6 – When Corey Patterson and Juan Rivera dropped the ball in Left-Center Field, Buck Martinez mentioned that Patterson did the same thing in Atlanta with Jose Bautista on Drew Stubbs’ inside the park homerun. Well Stubby doesn’t play for the Braves, so the correct answer is that they did it in Cinnci. (Contributed by @JerrySchaq)

Buck Blunder 7 – Ricky Romero is at 3rd, I mean 2nd.. Jumping the gun there Buck Martinez! (Contributed by @KatiePammett and @gosensgo101)

Buck Blunder 8 – Buck Martinez though the Blue Jays swept the Chicago White Sox at the Rogers Centre, but he quickly corrected himself as the Blue Jays took 3 out of 4. (Contributed by @AlanClough)


Game 76 vs. Atlanta Braves

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Atlanta Braves

Wed, June 22nd, 2011 1:05 PM @ Turner Field

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Buck Blunder 1 – In the top of the first, Buck Martinez called Corey Patterson, Corey Patters.

Buck Blunder 2 – When Yunel Escobar steals 2nd, Buck Martinez initially calls it a wild pitch (Beachy threw a wild pitch), but then he corrected himself saying it was a stolen base. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl)

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck says that Beachy strikes out the side, but then quickly says, after the Yunel Escobar lead off single :p(Contributed by @JasonMcAmmond)

Buck Blunder 4 – When Juan Rivera came to bat, he got jammed by an inside fastball, but Buck Martinez goes, “Pitch jammed by the pitch”

Buck Blunder 5 – When the Blue Jays were down 4-1 and a runner in scoring position, Buck martinez said that with one hit, the Blue Jays can cut the lead down in half. That doesn’t really make sense here :p 3 runs down minus 1 run is 2 runs which is not half of 3 :p (Contributed by @slew37, @alittlehghas, and @jordangeville)

Buck Blunder 6 – Buck Martinez made a mistake in calling the interleague, winter league. He corrected himself very fast. (Contributed by @AlanClough)

Buck Blunder 7 – Buck Martinez said that Brian McCann has hit a pair of homeruns in this game. No Buck, he’s hit a pair of homeruns in the series. (Contributed by @jaygammy)


Game 74 vs. Atlanta Braves

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Atlanta Braves

Mon, June 20th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Turner Field

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Buck Blunder 1 – When introducing the Atlanta Braves lineup, he mentioned a guy named Alex Heyward and how he was a young rising star… Who’s this Alex Heyward? I know a Jason Heyward :p

Buck Blunder 2 – When Alex Gonzalez came up for a second AB, he said Dan Uggla was up next… WHOOPS… He did correct himself. (Contributed by @TenaciousTBek)

Buck Blunder 3 – Seems like we are doing some Fusion/Synergy here… Corey Jose Bautista??? Seriously Buck? That’s not going to make Bautista hit more Homeruns. (Contributed by @eggshmeg, @AlanClough, and @_skennedy)

Buck Blunder 4 – Buck Martinez just disses Jose Bautista by lowering his average from .335 to .235.. That’s JP Arencibia territory :p (Contributed by @_skennedy)

Buck Blunder 5 – Buck Martinez says that Dan Uggla continues to struggle during “re-production” situations… EWWWW!!! (Contributed by @s_poole420)


Game 68 vs. Baltimore Orioles

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Baltimore Orioles @ Toronto Blue Jays

Tue, June 14th, 2011 7:05 PM @ Rogers Centre

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Buck Blunder 1 – Still calling Brian Roberts Ryan Roberts

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez says the score wrong.. He said it was 5-3 when it was 4-1 Blue Jays. (Contributed by @k_willms)

Buck Blunder 3 – Buck Martinez tries to extend the series against Baltimore to Saturday.. Well he has a good point since we’ve crushed the Orioles. (Contributed by @GuzmansJhercurl)

Buck Blunder 4 – When Corey Patterson came up to face Mike Gonzalez, Buck Martinez said he was 1-4 against him, then said he was 1-8.

Buck Blunder 5 – Buck Martinez was talking about how Jason Frasor has passed Dave Steib for 3rd most appearances by a pitcher. He was going to say Circle of Excellence, but corrected himself and said level of excellence.

Buck Blunder 6 – Adams Jones is hitless tonight… ADAMS?!?!?!? (Contributed by @_skennedy)


Game 64 vs. Kansas City Royals

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Kansas City Royals

Thu, June 9th, 2011 4:10 PM @ Kauffman Stadium

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez loves to say Corey so much that he calls Mike McCoy, Mike Corey.. He does this twice in the game. (Contributed by @OphaninFx)

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez screws up the count again. A 3-2 count is not 0-1 Buck! (Contributed by @NewpDawg)

Buck Blunder 3 – I didn’t know J.P. Arencibia was a pitcher??? I know Jose Bautista was a pitcher in Junior College, but serious Buck, just because the guy is a catcher doesn’t make him a pitcher too! (Contributed by @sabin_karris and @jroc360)


Game 62 vs. Kansas City Royals

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Kansas City Royals

Tue, June 7th, 2011 8:10 PM @ Kauffman Stadium

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Buck Blunder 1 – Apparently, Buck Martinez still thinks they are in Baltimore. He said that Vin Mazzaro was coming out of the Orioles bullpen… We’re in KC Buck!!!! You played there man, you should know. (Contributed by @jordangeville)

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez doesn’t know the difference between “heater” and “hitter”.. He thinks a hitter is a heater. (Contributed by @gosensgo101)

Buck Blunder 3 – Eric Hosmore….. If you wanna get it wrong Buck, at least say Eric Homers. (Contributed by @kelstopper)

Buck Blunder 4 – We believe Buck Martinez called Kyle Drabek, Todd Drabek.. YIKES! (Contributed by @canakatydid)

Buck Blunder 5 – Oops… He did it again!!!! Buck Martinez says Post Concussion Syndrome when it should be Post Concussion-like Symptoms (Yunel Escobar). (Contributed by @tonyexhibitx)

Buck Blunder 6 – So according to Buck Martinez, Sportsnet owns the number one! “Sportsnet’s one”. (Contributed by @gosensgo101)

Buck Blunder 7 – Alright Buck, Repeat after me… Corey Pa-tter-son. Not Corey Patters. (Contributed by @tonyexhibitx)

Buck Blunder 8 – On a 0-2 count on some Blue Jays hitter.. I think it was Jason Nix. He said the count was 2-0.

Buck Blunder 9 – Buck Martinez can’t get scores right… Read this tweet by (@KatiePammett)

Buck Blunder 10 – Dear Buck Martinez, Edwin Encarnacion is not Yunel Escobar. Thank you. (Contributed by @KatiePammett)

Buck Blunder 11 – Buck Martinez does it yet again… He says one of our pitchers is pitching against the Blue Jays (Carlos Villanueva).. Last time he said it was Jesse Litsch. (Contributed by @wayofthejay)

Buck Blunder 12 – Buck Martinez keeps on rolling with the Blunders. This time he gets the the half innings wrong. He said top of the 7th when it was the bottom of the 7th. (Contributed by @jaysfan652)

Buck Blunder 13 – Buck Martinez totally messes up Nomar’s name.. Gomer Narciaparra. (Contributed by @_skennedy)


Game 61 vs. Kansas City Royals

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Toronto Blue Jays @ Kansas City Royals

Mon, June 6th, 2011 8:10 PM @ Kauffman Stadium

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Buck Blunder 1 – Buck Martinez keeps calling Felipe Paulino, Paulina. (Contributed by @blandy12)

Buck Blunder 2 – Buck Martinez names Corey Patterson, Corey Patters. (Contributed by @bizarrojamie)

Buck Blunder 3 – When Yunel Escobar got on base by error, Buck Martinez said that Eric Hosmer “drug” his foot on the base… I didn’t know you could use that word to describe that action :p (Contributed by @ZaunMan)

Buck Blunder 4 – When Corey Patterson was up to bat in the 4th, Buck Martinez called him Yunel Patterson.

Buck Blunder 5 – Buck Martinez gave Joakim Soria a last name of “Sorry”

Buck Blunder 6 – Buck Martinez last night said that the MLB was draft the first 5 rounds, but really it was only the first round and the sandwich pick round :P (Contributed by @tonyexhibitx)


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