ST. LOUIS, MO - APRIL 26: Starter Jonathan Sanchez #57 of the Pittsburgh Pirates pitches against the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium on April 26, 2013 in St. Louis, Missouri.
We had put together some good at-bats against him leading up to that inning and we felt it we stayed patient that we could score some runs off him ... We just kept putting good at-bats together against him until we broke through.
We have 30 starts out of the year ... We're going to have bad outings and we're going to have good outings. You've just got to focus on the next one.More quotes »
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and that: Former major league pitcher Jonathan Sanchez, whom the Los Angeles Dodgers signed to a minor league contract this week, has not reported with the Isotopes. There is no timetable for his arrival. The Dodgers hope Sanchez can eventually help their from Albuquerque Journal Read more »
Pitcher Profile: Scouting Alberto Gonzalez and Other Position-Player Pitchers by Dan Rozenson
to yourself that you could do a better job than the man on the mound for your team, especially if your team has ever employed Jonathan Sanchez. And every so often, amateurs do get the chance to outshine actual pitchers. These brave volunteers are known as from Baseball Prospectus Read more »
Dear Jonathan Sanchez: Do you mind if we ‘Oliver Perez’ you?
relievers: Oliver Perez vs. lefties: .223/.315/.364 (3.03 wOBA), 3.36 xFIP vs. righties: .243/.355/.431 (.345 wOBA), 5.01 xFIP Jonathan Sanchez vs. lefties: .215/.313/.363 (3.04 wOBA), 3.75 xFIP vs. righties: .245/.356/.416 (.342 wOBA), 4.58 xFIP Those numbers from The Hardball Times Read more »
Thursday's Abbreviated Frosty Mug
for the weekend, so for the rest of today's highlights we'll turn to the bullpen bullet points: Dodgers: Signed pitcher Jonathan Sanchez to a minor league deal. Marlins: Pitcher David Aardsma has opted out of his minor league deal and is now a free agent. from Brew Crew Ball Read more »
Los Angeles Dodgers Will Sign Jonathan Sanchez
first inning at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports The Pittsburgh Pirates released pitcher Jonathan Sanchez after his struggles on the mound that included an 11.85 ERA, but it hasn’t taken long for him to find a new home. Reports from Fansided Read more »