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在洋基2連敗給坦帕灣光芒(前身為坦帕灣魔鬼魚),
王建民又成功的扮演了止敗的救世主角色~
不靠語言,只靠球場上的表現,証明他的ACE身價!

這場比賽是台灣時間星期一的凌晨1點開始轉播的,
因為隔天要上班,
翰仔也是非常的掙扎~
不過還是忍不住…幫建仔加油了@@
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這是比賽前官網的照片,
在王建民這場比賽前,
球隊因為連敗而陷入低迷的氣氛中,
很需要王建民的好投,為球隊帶來希望~

賽隊看看兩隊的先發名單,
坦帕灣光芒的先發投手,
也算是目前目前光芒的王牌~
(翰仔記得之前魔鬼魚的王牌應該是左投卡茲米爾(Scott Kazmir),
不過查一下資料好像是受傷了~)
這位Shields之前也是和建仔一樣拿下一勝,
防禦率也相當的夠水準~
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這是王建民在賽前的記者會中的照片,
建仔沈穩眼神的背後,正是大大的洋基隊徽,
如果建仔能一直保持健康下去,
應該能一直待在洋基隊吧~希望~
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其實官網的首頁文字是一直在變化的,
會隨賽事的進展而有不同的對應變化,
像這張照片,
同樣的帥建仔照片,
隨著局數的變化,
文字已轉為「王建民試著導正洋基這條船(的航向)」
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今天的王建民,
翰仔覺得非常的不一樣,
這個不一樣,在第一局王建民對決的第一個人次,
就看得出來了~

光芒一如往常,
派出一拖拉庫的左打來面對王建民,
為的就是以之前的統計數字(王建民對左打的壓制力較差)來對付,
不料,
今天的王建民已不是以往靠著sinker一招打天下的王建民了~
面對前幾名打者,
非常勇於挑戰打者的內側,
而且使用春訓勤練的滑球、變速球,
投出後的自信感覺,
讓翰仔看得是血脈賁張,
和之前對決左打一直使用sinker投左打外側,
一不小心沒掉下去就會被打出去的那種提心吊膽的感覺,
實在是差太多了~
只能說,
王建民又進化了!

現在的王建民,是一個讓打者有壓力的投手,
沒辦法猜測他下一球要投什麼球種,
就算猜到了也打不好@@

記得翰仔以前最愛的GAME-實況野球,
這個能力應該是叫「威壓感」吧~
遇到這種投手,
打者的能力會自動降低,
自然更不容易打爆這個投手~
期待王建民能朝這個方向走下去,
把ACE的氣勢投出來!

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就是這一球!
除了王建民的好投之外,
松井致勝的2分打點全壘打也是這場比賽的另一個關鍵,
也成功的扮演了第5棒的角色,
看來松井在緊要關頭的打點能力,
還是其他打擊的年輕後輩需要學習的~

當天球場看起來非常的冷,
華氏49度約等於攝氏9.5度而已,
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廣大的球場因為風的關系,場中的溫度應該更低,
看著球場邊的球迷都穿著大衣、雪衣,
我們的建仔居然只穿著短袖就上場了~
表現也是好到不行,
看來以往三個球季都比較慢熱的王建民今年很早就「準備好了」~

來看看這場比賽之前,
洋基在美聯東區的排名狀況~
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球季剛開始的排名真的是非常的反常,
有點像去年的戰績「倒過來」排序…
也說明了王建民這場比賽的重要性…

不過比賽之後,
雖然建仔的表現相當不錯,
但是照片仍然不多…
(難道「穩定的好」也是一種美麗的錯誤?)
但是我們的建仔仍然不在意,
一貫謙和的態度,
也為他得到更多的好人緣及尊敬~

照片不多,所以翰仔也到中文的官方網頁抓點圖囉…
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來看看今天的攻守狀況吧~
首先看到的是得分狀況
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整場唯一的得分,
就是松井的兩分全壘打,
洋基新勝利方程式「王+張+李」聯手完封了光芒隊~

再來看看打擊的狀況~
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其實洋基全場的安打數目不少,
但是在得分圈有人時的打擊率還是過低,
沒辦法有串聯的攻擊火力,
所以得分也不高~

在守備的部分,
Cano的那次失誤真是令人「膽寒」…
為了趕緊傳球,選擇不用手套而直接用手接球…
好在最後的結果沒有造成損失~

在沒有出色的火力護航下,
只好靠堅強的投手戰力了~
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其實對手也投得不錯,
不過洋基的勝利方程式投得更好~
上場的三個人也順利獲得「勝投+中繼點+救援點」,
真是非常完美的一場比賽丫~(對洋基來說)

而王建民這場球的投球策略改變,
也造就了6局6次的三振,
當然,
伴隨而來的就是較多的投球數~
這個部分未來建仔可能要做個取捨,
可能在比賽中可以依不同的對手狀況進行調整,
平常還是給打者打,
有失分危機時再把三振的功夫拿出來也不是不可以~
能維持去年近7局的續航力也是很重要的~
小張雖猛,
但也不能場場投兩局@@

總之,
這場球對台灣的球迷來說~
冒著爆肝的危險加油是非常值得的,
在勝投拿到的同時,
翰仔也去玉山銀行的網站申請所謂的王建民勝投G卡,
翰仔應該是買到第2勝的第一張吧~
在李維拉投出最後一球,
翰仔就搶登入了~
最後也順利買到喔^^
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最後,
因為翰仔最近公司、課業實在太忙,
第二勝的官網報導翰仔還是先貼上,
有空再來翻@@
(真的,「今年」一定會翻完@@)

NEW YORK — Joba Chamberlain, fresh into Sunday’s game against the Rays, decided to try something a bit unorthodox. With the crowd, Yankees and game all building to a frenzy, Chamberlain stepped to the mound, came to the set and greeted Tampa Bay third baseman Willy Aybar with a curveball that seemed to crawl across home plate.
Strike one. The crowd ooh-ed.
Then, as if remembering what made him such a sensation in the first place, Chamberlain reloaded, delivering a fastball that stadium radar guns clocked at 101 mph.
Strike two. The crowd ahh-ed.
Yankee Stadium’s energy seemed to triple, and all this before Chamberlain even recorded an out. By the time he did strike out Aybar — one pitch later, on a sharp slider — the fans in attendance had seemingly forgotten about the two men on base or about nearly anything other than their favorite reliever. The Yankees no longer seemed capable of losing, with Chamberlain flushing all the drama out of a 2-0 win over the Rays.
“I’m still young and dumb sometimes, and sometimes that works for me,” Chamberlain said. “I don’t try to do too much. I just try to attack the zone and be aggressive. I think I’m a little bit more experienced, but not necessarily smarter than last year.”
Though starter Chien-Ming Wang seemed to be the most important Yankee for much of Sunday’s game, a high pitch count and some unexpected trouble forced him out of the game with no outs and two men on in the seventh. That’s when Chamberlain came on, fanning Aybar on three pitches and throwing a bit of a scare into the rest of the Rays. Perhaps it was no coincidence that the next batter, catcher Shawn Riggins, watched a similar Chamberlain fastball zip by before lining into an inning-ending double play.
“The first one caught me a little off guard, 101 mph,” Riggans said. “You don’t see that every day. He’s got a great arm. He’s got electric stuff. He threw a real good slider to Willy the at-bat before me. I had that in the back of my mind.”
Leave it to Chamberlain to grow something of a legend, still less than one year into his Major League career. On a day that saw Wang dazzle the crowd by taking a no-hitter into the fifth inning and Hideki Matsui win the game by launching a two-run homer in the fourth, Chamberlain still commanded nearly all the attention.
He pitched two innings in all, following his escape act in the seventh with a perfect — and perfectly economical — eighth. His fastballs, more than anything, earned the attention of the radar gun, and certainly the attention of the crowd.
“You still have to locate and throw a good pitch,” Chamberlain said. “But it gives you a little bit of error. You can’t rely on that, because then you get too complacent and you leave one over. It doesn’t really matter how hard you throw to these guys, because it can come in 101 mph, but it’s going to leave about 140 mph and go about 500 feet. You’ve still got to be good with your stuff.”
He was. So was Mariano Rivera, who pitched a perfect ninth inning, and so was Wang, who added a nearly flawless opening six. Wang sprinkled in a greater percentage of sliders and changeups on Sunday, even supplementing his trademark sinker with a few split-fingered fastballs. He claimed he wanted simply to “try and find more ways to get hitters out.”
It certainly worked, because the Rays couldn’t even touch Wang until Aybar singled with one out in the fifth inning. Wang ended the inning with one of his six strikeouts and ended his day after allowing four hits and two walks in all.
“It seemed like his fastball was moving a lot,” Johnny Damon said, observing from out in left field. “It definitely kept them off guard. He was making it look pretty easy.”
Wang had a brief scare after slipping on the mound in the fourth inning, though a quick check from the Yankees training staff proved that everything was sound.
His pitching, along with that of Chamberlain and Rivera, took nearly all the strategy away from manager Joe Girardi, who was back in the dugout on Sunday for the first time since being laid low by an upper respiratory infection. There will be choices to make later this year, when the team must decide whether to keep Chamberlain in his current role, a job he’s certainly embraced, or convert him back into a starter. Should Chamberlain continue to succeed like this, the decision might prove vexing.
Yet on Sunday, strong pitching made Girardi’s decisions easy. His team lost two straight this week when he was confined to his couch, so Sunday provided a bit of a cure.
“I actually feel a little bit better,” Girardi said, “now that we won.”

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  1. 不.要.吵~~~~
    ╰_ ╯

    (真的很忙咩~四月接了新產品,學校又要期中考報告了…)

    放心,「有空」一定會補翻的^^

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