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雖說狀況不是頂好,
王建民還是順利的拿下了本季的第4勝!

雖說今天已經拿到了第5勝,
離拿到第4勝已超過了5天,
但是翰斯上個星期光是學校就有3個報告,
加上公司的簡報,實在是沒時間寫報導~
不過,
照片都有收集,
還是PO上來和大家分享一下~
(在寫第5勝之前,當然先寫完第4勝囉~)

4/23對台灣的棒球人來說,是忙碌的一天!
因為台灣的郭泓志和王建民將在同一天先後「先發」主投,
雖說小小郭出現了一局爆的狀況,沒拿下勝投,卻吞下了第1敗,
但在幾年前的台灣,有誰會想到一天可以同時有兩個台灣投手分別代表MLB的強隊先發呢?
(去年也有過一次,2007/6/14,小小郭和建仔同天先發,都獲得勝投)

所以這裡翰斯也把小小郭的資料貼一下^^
以下是兩位先發前的資料
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由上圖可以看到,兩位都是在4/23日先發,
對手分別是白襪及紅人~

下面是兩位比賽前的戰績
(翰:就長相來說,建仔還是略勝一籌…)
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兩位的戰績都相當的夠水準~
建仔因為在前一場對紅襪的無關勝負比賽中,大失血讓防禦率爆增了不少,
不然防禦率也是非常出色~
小小郭在這場比賽之前中繼幾場和先發1場的表現非常棒,也掙得了今天再度先發的機會~

所以台灣的官方網站就做了下面這張圖…
台灣的官方網頁真的是「蘋果化」了~
大大的字放在圖片上頭…@@
不過看在台灣人的眼裡,應該是非常爽才對…
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接下來就只寫建仔囉~
這是王建民在本場比賽前的逐場投球狀況
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可以看到建仔今年很快的就進入了比賽的節奏,
4月還沒過完,就拿到了5勝!(第5勝是4/28拿到的)

說實在今天王建民的狀況也沒有特別的好~
不過好在是能在有失分危機時儘量穩定下來,壓低失分,
洋基在一路追趕的情況下,
終於等到7局上半的滿貫砲取得勝投的資格~
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這支逆轉戰局的勝利打點滿貫砲,是由阿伯(Abreu)所擊出的,
我想擊出的當時,台灣應該瞬間浮起來一點點一下子吧~
(因為全部的人都跳起來@@)

來看看阿伯是怎麼打的吧!
(翰斯特別三連抓…抓得我是龍心大悅丫…)
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回來開心的和三位壘上隊友擊掌~
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真有你的.阿伯!(樂)
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(按照片可以看原來大小喔~)
當然官網在比賽結束後,也以這張照片做為封面,
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也以Aberu和Damon的表現做為標題,
好像建仔的優質先發是應該的,也是正常的,
並沒有將焦點放在建仔身上…
(這是好,還是不好呢?@@)

這是2局上,吉昂比的Solo HomeRun,
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雖然吉昂比的打擊近況不佳(是非常差),
但還是在建仔先發時,以火力給予支援~

這是8局上,戴蒙再補上一發致命的3分砲的狀況~
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這支轟出去,建仔的第4勝就確定到手了~
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來看看比賽的相關照片吧~
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(按照片可以看原來大小喔~)
一樣先來看看大張的帥氣建仔投球照片~
照片上是王建民在2008/04/22(美國時間)在芝加哥對白襪的第一位打者Nick Swisher投球的動作~

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(按照片可以看原來大小喔~)
這球很鮮,翰斯還是第一次看到~
Swisher在第二局面對建仔的打席中,連打了許多次的界外球,
這球是對決的最後一球(這個打席Swisher被三振了)
三振的原因是球棒在揮擊的時候斷掉了~
而且是在球棒沒有與球接觸的情況下斷掉了~
應該是在前幾次的揮棒中,球棒就快斷了,
所以在最後一次的用力揮棒中,球棒在強力的揮動下自己先斷掉了~
可見建仔的球威啊~

接下來,來看一下比賽的內容:
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建仔一路苦撐到6局下半,只失3分,仍算是一次成功的優質先發(Quality Start),
好在7局上的逆轉砲,讓建仔有了勝投的機會~

先看看投手的狀況吧~
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其實對方的先發投手Contreras投的也還算水準內,
前面都投得蠻好的,
只是可能年紀大了一點,體力沒辦法負荷太多局數,
在第七局壘上有人時被換下來,
但是壘上的人責任是先發投手的,
所以逆轉砲也讓他吃下敗戰~

再來看看打者的狀況~
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這場比賽洋基的打擊算是在水準內,
尤其是三發全壘打打得白襪是暈頭轉向~
希望洋基諸公能趕緊調整自己的打擊手感,
延續這樣的火力,洋基的戰績才有辦法提升丫~

最後還是來看看官網的說明吧~
(這次翰斯還是太忙@@先貼了之後,未來有空再翻^^)

(趕快來寫第5勝吧…)
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CHICAGO — Whatever it is about Chicago’s South Side that agrees with Bobby Abreu, the Yankees must wish they could see more than one trip to the Windy City on the schedule.
Abreu continued to rake within the confines of U.S. Cellular Field, slugging a seventh-inning grand slam off Octavio Dotel, while Johnny Damon added a late three-run homer and Jason Giambi also went deep as the Yankees blasted past the White Sox on Tuesday at U.S. Cellular Field, 9-5.
In his 13th big league season, Abreu didn’t get his first look at the White Sox’s home ballpark until Interleague Play brought him through in 2004. Since moving to the American League, Abreu has continued to enjoy the backdrops here — he leads all Major Leaguers in batting average (.415) and has six homers and 15 RBIs in 14 games in this stadium.
“I like to hit over here,” Abreu said. “It’s a really nice ballpark to hit. From the first time that I came here, it feels good at the plate.”
Trailing by a single run, the Yankees rallied to chase Chicago starter Jose Contreras and regain the lead in the seventh, sending eight men to the plate in a frame that was highlighted by Abreu’s seventh career grand slam and his first as a Yankee. Contreras exited after walking Morgan Ensberg and allowing a one-out single to Melky Cabrera.
Left-hander Boone Logan came on and surrendered an infield single to Johnny Damon that loaded the bases. Dotel relieved and struck out Derek Jeter swinging for the second out, but Abreu connected on a deep drive to left-center field that landed in the seats for an estimated 382-foot blast, Abreu’s third home run of the season.
“I was looking for a pitch that I could hit hard,” Abreu said. “Fortunately, I put the ball in the air and got a home run. It wasn’t what I was looking for; I just wanted to hit the ball well.”
Playing without reigning American League MVP Alex Rodriguez, the Yankees showed no ill effects, slugging out 11 hits. New York has scored 16 runs in its last two games after managing just seven in its previous 27 innings.
“It’s what our guys have been doing all year,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “I’ve said all along, eventually it’s going to pay off. Maybe the numbers aren’t where they’re supposed to be offensively for a few guys, but they’ve worked hard.”
The beneficiary of Abreu’s shot was right-hander Chien-Ming Wang, who hung on to log his fourth victory in five starts this year. Wang pitched around trouble in the first inning, stranding two in scoring position, but was touched by Juan Uribe’s two-run double in the second, scoring Carlos Quentin and Joe Crede.
“He didn’t have his great stuff tonight, and he found a way to keep them in check and keep us in the ballgame and get a win,” Girardi said. “He was not as sharp — very seldom do you ever see Chien-Ming Wang at approximately 50 pitches after two innings. But he found a way, battled, gave us six innings and did a nice job.”
The White Sox moved ahead in the fifth. Orlando Cabrera stroked a one-out single to start the inning, and after Wang issued a walk to Jim Thome, Paul Konerko followed by slicing a run-scoring double down the left-field line, pushing Cabrera home.
Wang scattered three runs on 10 hits, walking two and striking out five over 105 pitches, before turning the ball over to the bullpen for the seventh. Wang said that his slider was spotty, so he was forced to go to his changeup and splitter more, offsetting his hard, heavy sinker.
“I figured out how to finish the game,” Wang said. “I changed a lot of speeds today.”
The victory, in Wang’s 85th career start, made him the fastest Major Leaguer to record 50 wins as a starter since Dwight Gooden, who won his 50th game in his 82nd start on June 29, 1986, at Chicago for the Mets. Wang became the quickest Yankee to 50 wins since friend and former pitching coach Ron Guidry did it in his 82nd start on Aug. 13, 1979, at Texas.
“That’s pretty good company,” Girardi said. “Obviously, [Wang has] been very good since he got here. When you look at his numbers, they don’t always jump out at you, because he doesn’t have the strikeouts. But he’s a winner.”
With Wang out, the White Sox pieced together a seventh-inning rally of their own. Billy Traber walked Thome to open the inning and yielded to Brian Bruney, who walked Konerko and allowed an infield single to A.J. Pierzynski around a strikeout.
With the bases loaded, Joba Chamberlain came on and got Quentin on a check-swing strikeout before Crede walked on a 3-2 fastball that ran inside. Uribe popped out to catcher Jorge Posada, ending the inning. Starter or reliever debate, anyone?
“It was good to come in and throw strikes,” Chamberlain said. “The bases were loaded and we kind of had a plan on [Quentin] all day. I threw a couple of good ones and located a good fastball, and it was easy to expand the zone ahead in the count.”
The Yankees put a first-inning run on the board against Contreras when Damon led off the game with a double, moved up on a hit and scored on a Hideki Matsui fielder’s choice.
New York added another in the second inning when Giambi clubbed his third home run of the year, a solo shot to left-center field, and Damon hit a three-run shot off Matt Thornton in the eighth.
“The guys did a good job of getting on base and we scored eight of our runs off home runs,” Damon said. “When you’re able to get a grand slam and a three-run homer, it makes things a lot easier.”

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