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  1. Why Downs doesn’t have a “Watch out for:” is beyond me. Yes, Cito said that the bad outing’s would not endanger his job as closer, but with the dominance of League and Frasor, combined with the value he has as a everyday man and being the only good lefty in Toronto’s bullpen, i wouldnt be surprised if he is moved soon.

    Comment by joe — July 31, 2009 @ 5:10 pm

  2. Fuentes has been anything but rock solid this week; booed by the home fans on Tuesday. He looks tired. But watch your back for who in Anaheim? Bulger?

    Comment by Ezra — July 31, 2009 @ 11:18 pm

  3. Oh dear and now it appears that Downs will be back on the DL, if not out for a week.


    Comment by joe — August 2, 2009 @ 3:27 am

  4. Still soaking up all the great stats on this site, have a couple of quick questions:

    1) How did the foul ball percentage get calculated in the section on Mariano Rivera (or for any pitcher)?

    2) When the term “swinging strike” is used on this site, I assume this refers to a swing and a miss by the batter (i.e. Missed Swinging Strike)? Some sites call a “swinging strike” any ball that is swung at and missed, a ball hit into play or a foul ball. Am I correct that missed swinging strikes would be (Pitches x Swing %) – ((Pitches x Swing %) x (1-Contact %) all divided by Pitches?

    Comment by Chris — August 5, 2009 @ 2:55 pm

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