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Unie

(SwStr: t. 956; 1. 184'6 "; b. 33'6"; dr. 11'3 "; s. 7 k; a. 4 68-pdrs.)

Die eerste Unie is in 1841 by die Norfolk Navy Yard, Portsmouth, Va., Neergelê; laat in 1842 gelanseer; en vroeg in 1843 in diens van Norfolk, luitenant W. Hunter in bevel.

Die vloot het verskillende ontwerpe van aandrywingstoerusting tydens die oorgang na stoomkrag in die vroeë 19de eeu getoets. Onder die eerste eksperimente was Union en Water Witch, elk met 'n innovasie genaamd die Hunter Wheel.

Die jagterwiel is vernoem na luitenant -jagter en het bestaan ​​uit 'n konvensionele wieltrommel wat horisontaal in die vaartuig onder die waterlyn geplaas is. Die spane was so ingerig dat dit vanaf 'n geskikte opening aan die kant van die skip uitsteek as dit reghoekig op die kiel was. Water word verhoed deur 'n koffiedam wat rondom die dromwiel en teen die kant van die skip geplaas is.

Union verlaat Norfolk op 'n proefvaart in Februarie 1843. Sy stop by Washington, Boston, New York en Philadelphia voordat sy in Junie na Norfolk terugkeer. Alhoewel luitenant -jagter en sekretaris van die vloot Abel P. Upshur die vaartuig baie geprys het, is dit later ontdek dat haar enjins te veel energie vermors het om die paddle -wiele nutteloos deur die watergevulde kofferdam in die skip te ry. Later dieselfde jaar het Union by die Washington Navy Yard ingesit vir herstelwerk.

Union het in 1844 by die Home Squadron aangesluit en 'n tweede reeks proeflopies uitgevoer wat vroeg in 1845 geëindig het. Sy is op 30 Februarie in die gewone vloot by die Washington Navy Yard geplaas. Terwyl sy gelê is, is besluit om haar oorspronklike enjins te vervang met motors met 'n groter krag. Die wysigings is in 1846 in Washington voltooi, maar dit het nie die doeltreffendheid van die spaanwiele verhoog nie. Die skip is vanaf November 1847 in Norfolk geplaas

In 1848 is Union na die Philadelphia Navy Yard gestuur en omskep in 'n ontvangende skip. Haar masjinerie en spaanwiele is op hierdie tydstip verwyder en verkoop. Union het as ontvangende skip in Philadelphia gebly totdat dit in 1858 daar verkoop is.


Unie SwStr - Geskiedenis

Sein I
(SwStr: t. 190- 1. 157 'b. 30

dph. 4'4 "dr 1'10", a.
2 30-pdr.r., 4 24-pdr. hoe., 2 12-pdr. Dr.)

Die eerste Signal-'n hout-omhulde, agterwiel-stoomboot wat in 1862 in Wheeling, Va. (Nou W.Va.) Gebou is-is op 22 September 1862 deur die vloot gekoop in St. Louis, Mo. in gebruik geneem is, weet ons dat sy op 22 Oktober 1862 in bedryf was, want op daardie dag het sy Corondelet, Mo. Waarnemende vrywilliger -luitenant John Scott is genoem as haar bevelvoerder in 'n bevel wat op 14 November uitgereik is en het vermoedelik die skip beveel vanaf die begin van haar diens.

Die eerste weke van Signal is gewy aan diens as 'n versendingsvaartuig. Op 29 November het sy en Marmora op 'n verkenningsekspedisie die Yazoo -rivier binnegegaan en die stroom ongeveer 21 myl bestyg. Af en toe het gewere van die rivieroewers af op die skepe geskiet, maar in elk geval het die skepe die aanvallers beskiet en versprei. Die middag keer die skepe ongedeerd terug na die Mississippi.

Signal se werk vir die daaglikse op en af ​​kronkelende, kronkelende strome in vyandige gebied-was 'n voorbeeld van die diens wat sy gedurende haar loopbaan sou lewer. Sy en Marmora het op 11 Desember weer die Yazoo bestyg om inligting te bekom wat nodig is vir 'n voorspelde gesamentlike weermag-vloot-ekspedisie in daardie gebied om Vicksburg te oorkom. Hulle het gedek Konfederate het torpedo's in die kanaal geplaas en teruggekeer om aan te meld en vrywillig te wees om die ploftoestelle te vernietig. Die volgende oggend, vergesel van Kaïro, Pittsburg en koningin van die Weste, het hulle teruggekeer na die Yazoo om die 'infernale masjiene' te vernietig. Tydens hierdie vroeë mynvee -operasie het een van die torpedo's onder Carro ontplof en sy het 12 minute later gesink. Kaïro was die eerste van meer as 40 Unie -skepe wat tydens die Burgeroorlog getorpedeer is. Die ekspedisie het die aand na donker na die Mississippi teruggekeer en die oorlewendes van Carro gebring.

Op 4 Januarie 1863 is Signal aan die gang in 'n ekspedisie langs die Witrivier om Fort Hindman aan te val by Arkansas Post, Ark., Wat oorgegee het op die 11de, na 'n stryd van drie dae. Ongeveer 'n maand later het Signal die Witrivier verken en inligting oor die militêre situasie in Little Rock, Ark, teruggebring.

Laat in Februarie keer Signal terug na die Yazoo en bestee die meeste van haar tyd om die stroom te ondersoek totdat Vicksburg op 4 Julie val.

Gedurende die daaropvolgende maande dien Signal as 'n versendingsvaartuig en patrolleer die Mississippi om die konfederale handel veral uit die Rooi Rivier te verbied. Op 8 Desember 1863 verdedig Signal en Neosho die gestremde handelstoomboot Henry Von Phul wat deur 'n suidelike oewerbattery beskadig is.

Op 19 April 1864 word Signal beveel om die Rooi Rivier op te styg na Alexandria, La., Om steenkool te beskerm en bakke wat daar wag vir die gebruik van die vloot van geweerbote, het admiraal David D. Porter verder stroomop gelei in die veldtog, bekend as die Rooi Rivier Ekspedisie.

Op 4 Mei is Signal beveel "om 'n posvervoerder van majoor -generaal Banks aan boord te neem en met die rivier af te loop..." Ongeveer 20 kilometer stroomaf is die Konfederale kavalleris op die skip afgevuur, en sy het die vuur met haar stuurboordgewere teruggekeer. Die verlowing het af en toe voortgegaan totdat sy USS Covington en die weermagvervoer John Warner nog 'n kilometer verder bereik het. Die twee skepe het gewag terwyl die roer van die geweerboot herstel word.

Sein het afgerond na die agterkant van Covington, en albei skepe het die Konfederate gedurende die dag en nag aangegaan. Teen daglig het die drie skepe aan die gang gekom, maar met die afronding van Dunn's Bayou het John Warner se fluitjie 'vyand in sig' aangedui. Artillerie en vuurwapens het die vervoer wat aan wal gedryf het, spoedig uitgeskakel en die kanaal onder die geweerbote versper. In die daaropvolgende geveg is Signal uitgeskakel en gestrand, waar sy teësinnig aan die brand gesteek en verlate is deur haar bemanning wat aan wal geneem is. Die twee ander skepe het ook verlore gegaan.


Unie SwStr - Geskiedenis

Nita
'N Voormalige naam word behou.
(SwStr: t. 210 1. 146 'b. 22'4 "dph. 7' dr. 5 'cpl. 46
a. 1 12 st. hoe., 2 swaar 12-pdr. sb.)

Nita, 'n houtwasser -stoomboot wat in 1856 in Mobile Ala. Gebou is, is gevange geneem terwyl sy kos en medisyne uit Havana na Mobile gebring het deur die Unie -blokkerende skoener De Soto 17 Augustus 1863. Na Key West geneem, onder 'n prysbemanning, is Nita veroordeel deur 'n prys hof oorgeplaas na die vloot 10 September 1863 en in opdrag van 8 Januarie 1864, Aetg. Vol. Lt. Robert B. Smith in bevel.

Opgedra aan die East Gulf Blockading Squadron, patrolleer Nita die weskus van Florida vir die res van die (burgeroorlog), hoofsaaklik tussen die monding van die Suwanee -rivier en die Anelote Keys. Op die oggend van 24 Februarie het lt. Smith, gewaarsku deur die intelligensie-agente van die vakbond in Kuba, die stoomboot Nan-Nan met katoen belaai, probeer om deur die oostelike pas van die Suwanee-rivier see toe te gly. Nita jaag dadelik agterna. Nan Nan om haar katoen oor die boord te gooi in 'n poging om te ontsnap.

Bote van Nita het haar volgende prys, die skoener Three Brothera, 11 April, by die monding van die Homosassa -rivier geneem na 'n jaagtog van drie uur. Die skoener het probeer om in die rivier te glip, belaai met voorraad uit Havana. Nita het haar laaste skip die oggend van 24 Oktober geneem toe twee van haar bote aan boord van verlate en brandende skoenertjie Onbekend langs die Clearwater -hawe geklim het. Hulle het die vuur dadelik geblus en die prys na Key West gestuur vir beoordeling.

Op 12 November het Nita en Herulriek Hudeon op 'n verkenningsmissie na Tampabaai gestoom en 'n partytjie geloods om die Konfederale soutwerke naby Roeky Point, Fla te vernietig, maar die matrose is deur die suidelike kavalerie teruggedryf. Vroeg op 3 Desember keer Nita en vier ander Unie -skepe terug en vernietig die soutwerke.

Die doeltreffendheid van die Unie -vloot gedurende die hele oorlog het in die laaste maande van die eonfliet pryse behaal. Nita patrolleer langs die kus totdat sy op 3 Mei 1865 by Key West uit diens gestel word, en word dieselfde dag op 'n openbare veiling verkoop.


Unie SwStr - Geskiedenis

Die eerste roering van die Amerikaanse rewolusie bereik die boonste verdieping van die gebou in 1771, toe die drukker Isaiah Thomas sy koerant "The Massachusetts Spy" publiseer, wat lank bekend was as die oudste koerant in die Verenigde State.

In 1775, Capen se winkel vir sy en droë goedere het die hoofkwartier geword van Ebenezer Hancock, die eerste betaalmeester van die kontinentale leër. Daar is geen rede om te betwyfel dat Washington self vertroud was met die omgewing nie. Op die plek waar diners vandag hul gunsteling spesialiteite in New England geniet, ontvang die federale troepe hul loon in die amptelike betaalstasie.

Tydens die rewolusie het die vroue van Adams, Hancock en Quincy, sowel as hul bure, dikwels in hul stalletjies van die Capen -huis gesit en klere vir die koloniste reggemaak.

In 1796 het 'n toekomstige koning van Frankryk op die tweede verdieping gewoon. As ballingskap uit sy land verdien hy brood deur baie van die mode jong dames van Boston Frans te leer. (Later keer Louis Phillippe huis toe om van 1830 tot 1848 as koning te dien.)

Koeie word verbied om te wei
op Boston Common

Amerika se eerste metro -stelsel wat in Boston gevestig is

1826 was die einde van Capen's Dry Goods Store en die begin van die oprigting van Atwood en Bacon.

Die nuwe eienaars het die fabelagtige halfsirkelvormige Oyster Bar — geïnstalleer, waar die grotes van Boston stilstaan ​​vir verversing

Dit was by die Oyster Bar dat Daniel Webster, 'n konstante klant, daagliks sy lang glas brandewyn en water gedrink het met elke halfdosyn oesters, wat selde minder as ses borde gehad het.

Die tandestokkie is die eerste keer in die Union Oyster House in die Verenigde State gebruik. Die ondernemende Charles Forster van Maine het die pikke eers uit Suid -Amerika ingevoer. Om sy nuwe onderneming te bevorder, het hy Harvard -seuns gehuur om in die Union Oyster House te eet en tandestokkies te vra.

Die Kennedy Clan het die Union Oyster House al jare lank beskerm. J.F.K. hou daarvan om privaat te smul in die eetkamer op die boonste vloer. Sy gunsteling stand "The Kennedy Booth" is sedertdien in sy geheue opgedra.

Sedert 1826 ken die Union Oyster House slegs drie eienaars. Mnr. Joseph A. Milano, jr., En mevrou Mary Ann Milano Picardi, het sedert 1970 die trotse tradisies in eet- en diensbedrywe voortgesit.


Ⓘ USS Grosbeak is 'n naam wat meer as een keer deur die Amerikaanse vloot gebruik is: USS Grosbeak 1865, is hernoem van Fanny en is op 3 Februarie by Mound City, Illinois gekoop.

USS Grosbeak is 'n naam wat meer as een keer deur die Amerikaanse vloot gebruik is:

  • USS Grosbeak 1865, is van Fanny herdoop en is op 3 Februarie 1865 in Mound City, Illinois, gekoop
  • USS Grosbeak SP-566, was 'n patrollieboot wat tydens die Eerste Wêreldoorlog gedien het
  • 'N Kontrak vir die bou van Grosbeak AM-397 is toegeken aan die Defoe Shipbuilding Company in Bay City, Michigan, maar die konstruksie is op 12 Augustus 1945 deur die Amerikaanse vloot gekanselleer voordat haar kiel gelê is
  • USS Grosbeak AMc-19, was 'n kusmynveër wat tydens die Tweede Wêreldoorlog diens gedoen het
  • USS Grosbeak AMS-14, was 'n mynveër wat op 18 November 1943 in gebruik geneem is
  • USS Grosbeak AMS - 14 YMS - 317 was 'n YMS - 1 - klas mynveër van die YMS - 135 subklas wat tydens die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die Amerikaanse vloot gebou is. Grosbeak is bekendgestel
  • USS Grosbeak AMc - 19 was 'n kusmynveër van die Grosbeak -klas wat deur die Amerikaanse vloot aangeskaf is vir die gevaarlike taak om myne uit mynvelde te verwyder
  • USS Grosbeak SP - 566 was 'n patrollieboot van die Grosbeak -klas wat deur die Amerikaanse vloot aangeskaf is vir die taak om die hawens en kuste van Amerika te patrolleer en te verdedig
  • USS Grosbeak 1865 was 'n stoomskip wat tydens die Amerikaanse burgeroorlog deur die Unie -vloot verkry is. Grosbeak is as 'n geweerboot in diens geneem en toegewys
  • USS YMS - 1 USS YMS - 2 USS YMS - 3 USS YMS - 4 USS YMS - 5 USS YMS - 6 USS YMS - 7 USS YMS - 8 USS YMS - 9 USS YMS - 10 USS YMS - 11 USS YMS - 12 USS YMS - 13 USS YMS - 14 USS YMS - 15
  • USS Grimes APA - 172 USS Grindall DE - 273 USS Grinnell PC - 1230 PCC - 1230 USS Griswold SP - 3138, DE - 7 USNS Grommet Reefer T - AF - 53 USS Grosbeak 1865, SP - 566
  • USS Grimes APA - 172 USS Grosbeak AMc - 19 USS Grosbeak AMS - 14 USS Groton PF - 29 USS Grouper SS - 214 USS Grouse AMc - 12 USS Grouse AMS - 15 USS Groves
  • Ontoeganklike eiland, het die ornitoloog Hubert Wilkins tipe eksemplare van die grosbeak bunting geneem. Die ekspedisie het in Julie 1922 na Engeland teruggekeer nadat hy gepos het
  • kanselleer USS Goldfinch AM - 395 kanselleer USS Grackle AM ​​- 396 kanselleer USS Grosbeak AM - 397 kanselleer USS Grouse AM - 398 kanselleer USS Gull AM - 399
  • 61 Arnold Nogy 14, 000 25,95 2012 Aand grosbeak 35 Arnold Nogy 20, 000 29,95 2012 Rose - breasted grosbeak 35 12,61 Arnold Nogy 20, 000 29,95 2013 Amerikaans

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Grosbeaks is die Bandana Bird Saint Paul Audubon Society.

Swart keelboompies wat bome murmureer zee dieretuin zee Swart snor Vireo Tim Kelly of sweep Tim Kelly Blue Grosbeak chink. L45 112.04.01 USS Grosbeak AMS 14. Gratis aflewering van 2 dae. Koop USS Grosbeak AMS 14 -nommerplaatraamwerk by. Grosbeak Definisie van Grosbeak deur Oxford Dictionary op Lexico. U.S.S. GROSBEAK AM 397 Reünie -inligting. Datum. Ligging: Kontak: Geen reünie -inligting beskikbaar nie. E -pos: stuur 'n e -pos aan Reunion Contact, voer hierdie 4 in.

Rosebreasted grosbeak hemelruim.

Продолжительность: 1:18. Swart en geel Grosbeak Mycerobas icterioides Voëls van die. 1893, sê van hierdie spesie: Mnr. Nelson het 'n fyn volwasse mannetjie gesien, grosbeak U. S. Nat. Mus., I, bl. 412. 1890 Bloods, Calaveras Co., July Land Birds Pac. Dist.

Rose breasted Grosbeak Audubon Field Guide.

Hierdie USS Grosbeak AMc 19 motorfietsraam word met trots in die VSA vervaardig by ons fasiliteite in Scottsboro, Alabama. Elke raam is gemaak van veselglas versterk. Tanagers, Cardinals, Grosbeaks en Buntings van Maricopa County. Rosebreasted grosbeak Pheucticus ludovicianus. BEVESTIGING U Ongewoon: Kan in die regte habitat en seisoen voorkom, dikwels in lae getalle.

USS Grosbeak AMS 14 pedia.

R voëlkyk: voëlkyk. voël kyk. ruk. notering. hoe jy dit ook al wil noem, as jy na voëls kyk of luister, is dit waar jy .... Grosbeak, Chicago Botanic Garden. In die VSA of die Canadian Cooperative Wildlife Health Center in Kanada. spesies, insluitend Amerikaanse goudvink, aand grosbeak en persvink. Grosbeak AMc 19 Navsource. Peterson Rose breasted Grosbeak Bookmark: The bookmarks meet about Illustrations copyright © 2008 by The Marital Trust B u w Roger Tory Peterson. Aanpassings: Bekke: Cracking Project Beak. U. C U. ❏ Rose breasted Grosbeak. ❏ Indigo Bunting. C C. U U. ❏ Bobolink. ❏ Rooivlerk Blackbird. ❏ Western Meadowlark. ❏ Geelkop. Roosborstige Grosbeak. Mynveër YMS 1 klas.

Grosbeak Definisie van Grosbeak by.

Voëls: Deel I: bevolkingsgeskiedenis, spesieverslae: bosvoëls: Maui Papegaaibek, ´O´u, Palila, Groter Koa Finch, Klein Koa Finch en Grosbeak Finch. Aand Grosbeak Identification, All About Birds, Cornell Lab of. Roosborstige Grosbeak. Pheucticus ludovicianus. © Rick Sammons. 30 Aug 2016. county road U Blvd from east of Fremont to Elkhorn river, Dodge, Nebraska ,.

Peterson Rose breasted Grosbeak Bookmark Maple Landmark.

Ou lêers vir Koreaanse oorlogsprojek Op soek na USS Grosbeak AMS 14 Amerikaanse vloot Koreaanse oorlogsprojek. Michigan UP Birding News voëlnuus via @aba. Опубликовано: 11 Mei 2020 г.

USS Grosbeak History Central.

Die Pine Grosbeak is 'n groot, mollige, swaar borsvink met 'n ronde kop, 'n dik en koniese snawel wat baie stomp is as ander vinkiesoorte. 5 Grosbeaks -agterplaasvoëls moet voëls en blomme ken. ONS DATA: Ons gebruik die mees onlangse data uit hierdie primêre bronne: AnAge, UMICH, Max Planck, PanTHERIA, Arkive, UKC, AKC. Tuisblad Oor Ons Wêreldgesondheid. USS Grosbeak II History Central. Engels: Die Amerikaanse vlootmynveër USS Grosbeak AMS 14, moontlik in Norfolk, Virginia, VSA. Op die agtergrond is die vernietiger USS. Die ontdekking van die nes en eiers van die California Pine Grosbeak. As dit tot die hen strek, en as die grosbeak parasities was op die oriole, sou dit as 'n voorbeeld van nabootsing voorgehou word. Voëls van die Indian Hills Douglas Dewar. USS Grosbeak AMS 14 -kentekenraam. Die tweede Grosbeak is gebou deur Rice Brothers, East Boothbay, ME, verkry deur die vloot 17 April 1917 in opdrag van USS Grosbeak SP 566, 28 April.

Voëlwaarskuwing: 'n wonderlike winter vir grosbeaks Outdoornews.

USS Grosbeak was 'n myneveër van die YMS 1 -klas van die YMS 135 -subklas wat tydens die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die Amerikaanse vloot gebou is. Roosborstige Grosbeak Pheucticus ludovicianus Boreal. Groot grosbek met 'n groot kop, massiewe snawel en medium lengte, gekerf nogal duidelik prr trweeet a troweeet, tri a tr a i t tra tr u wa ey ,. Winter Backyard Birds VSA en Kanada Pine Grosbeak. Data word deurlopend ingeneem. V1. V2. Hulpbronne U salie. Figuur 1: Tydlyn vir die uitvoer van 'n pyplyn van twee navrae in 'n tradisionele pakhuis vs in Grosbeak. Voëlkyk van die huis af: Habitat & Birds saam met Dan van den Broek en. C algemeen. U ongewoon. O af en toe. R skaars teling. Gewone Rose breasted Grosbeak, C, C, C. Indigo Bunting, C, C, U. Evening Grosbeak, U, U, U. Winter Backyard Birds U.S. and Canada Evening Grosbeak. Foto van 'n grootbos wat in die aand op wilde voëlsaad vreet Talle grosbeaks is 'n bekende plek by voëlvoerders in die agterplaas, veral as jy swartolie -sonneblom aanbied.

Roosborstige grootbek in bosrand, Vermont, VSA, voëlkyk.

Die grootvoëls, soos die naam aandui, hierdie voëls wat voed op sade en bessies, aand Grosbeak, Pine Grosbeak, Rose breasted Grosbeak en die geel per land, of in die voorbeeld van die VSA of Kanada, per staat en provinsie. Uss Grosbeak Navy Ship Boat Ding wat u nie sou verstaan ​​nie Gift T. Dit is 'n konstante op en af ​​deur die somer met teling, dan voed jonges, dan rus, en dan word 'n groot borst soms. Grosbeaks Cardinalidae Noord -Amerikaanse voëls van die noorde. Vintage foto's van U.S. Marine Corps. 150 Amerikaanse foto's van Vintage Navy. 149. U.S. Navy Minesweeper USS Grosbeak AMS 14, 1949. Kategorieë :.

PINE GROSBEAK LEWENSVERWAGTING.

USS Grosbeak AMS 14 YMS 317 was 'n YMS 1 -klas myneveër van die YMS 135 -subklas wat tydens die Tweede Wêreldoorlog vir die Amerikaanse vloot gebou is. Vinke, Grosbeaks en House Sparrows Oregon Departement van. Habitat & Birds Oregon het die 5de hoogste totaal van voëlspesies in die VSA, en die voël Swartkop Grosbeak, foto deur Tara Lemezis.

1988 25c Grosbeak te koop by Mystic Stamp Company.

Hierdie winter het ons 'n toename in 'n paar kleurryke en vleisagtige grosbeaks gebring. Verlede herfs, Ron Pittaways Winter Finch. Legacy Files USS Grosbeak AMS 14 Amerikaanse vloot Koreaanse oorlog. Gebou in 1935 as F V Del Rio deur J. M. Martinac, Tacoma, WA Verkoop deur die vloot in 1940 in opdrag van USS Grosbeak AMc 19, 11 November 1940. USS Grosbeak AMc 19 kennisgrafiek in konteks met MinDiv. Grosbeak II SP 566: 1. 38 b. 84 dr. 26 sek. 18 k. a. 1 mg. Grosbeak gebou deur Rice Brothers, Boothbay, Mass., Is verkry van haar eienaar, R. C. Robbins ,.

Grosbeak SP 566 NavSource Naval History.

Mossies, kardinale, grosbeaks en vinke doen dit deurgaans, terwyl hulle oopbars terwyl die groter snawels van die kardinaal of Rose breasted Grosbeak regs is. Siek voëls en voëlsiektes FeederWatch. In blaarryke boslande van die Ooste bly die Rose -breasted Grosbeak dikwels buite die sig tussen die boomtoppe. Swart kop Grosbeak op die Great Plains, die twee soms kruis. Laat ons u die nuutste nuus oor voël- en bewaringsnuus stuur. Voëls, bekend: aand Grosbeak, lewensgeskiedenisse van Noord -Amerika. Grosbeak Enige van die verskillende vinkiesoorte, met 'n dik, sterk, keëlvormige snawel. Ek SwStr: t. l9 1. 164 b. 28 dph. 46 a. 2 20 par. P.r., 2 30 pdr. P.r. 1 12 st. Hayes Lake State Park voëlkontrolelys lêers MN DNR. Ek is slegs geïdentifiseer as nommer 8 op die verdediging van die Mississippi, en ek dink bronne vertel ons dat USS Grosbeak 'n lang oorlog vir die skip en die bemanning nie geëindig het nie. Grosbeak: 'n Data Warehouse Supporting Hulpbron Kai Zeng. Uss Grosbeak Navy Ship Boat Ding wat u nie 'n geskenk -hemp sou verstaan ​​nie. Dit sal nie vir altyd bestaan ​​nie, dus koop dit vandag hier! Koop ons groot verskeidenheid Amerikaanse skepe.

Pino - 'n logiese bordspel wat gebaseer is op taktiek en strategie. Oor die algemeen is dit 'n remix van skaak, dam en hoeke. Die spel ontwikkel verbeelding, konsentrasie, leer hoe om take op te los, hul eie aksies te beplan en natuurlik om logies te dink. Dit maak nie saak hoeveel stukke u het nie; die belangrikste is hoe dit geplaas word!


Die Arsenal

En seuntjie. 'Wapens' is die gepaste term.

Cole gooi twee vinnige balle, soos baie kruikers, en hy het in 2017 weer 100 myl met sy vier nate aangeraak terwyl hy byna 100 raak (sy maksimum snelheid in 2017 op die veld was 99,9 myl per uur, per FanGraphs) met sy sink. wat beslis anders is as die meeste werpers.

Die probleem met sy vinnige balle - veral die sink, wat in 2017 op die maat van 132 wRC+ getref is - is dat dit nie buitengewoon hoë draaipunte is nie, wat 'n bietjie meer gereeld bestuur word as wat 'n mens sou wou sien. potensiële bokant van die rotasie -arm. Trouens, sy vier nate (111 wRC+) en sink was die enigste twee staanplekke in sy arsenaal wat verlede jaar vir 'n wRC+ bo 97 geslaan is, selfs met al sy snelheid. Dit is te wyte aan 'n gebrek aan beweging, en 'n deel daarvan is dat treffers nou net vinniger op vinnige jag balle jaag - moontlik ten minste gedeeltelik te danke aan die teorie van 'sappige bal' wat ons in die eerste stuk van hierdie reeks bespreek het, as 'n deel balle wat op die waarskuwingsbaan in die handskoene gespan het, dreun nou in die eerste paar rye van die bleikers - maar daar kan nog 'n rede wees vir die sukses teen sy vier naatbakkers en (veral) sy sink in 2017.

Hy gooi die bane die meeste as die beslag voorlê. Hier is 'n blik, eers na sy situasiegebruik teenoor regterhandse kolwers, en dan na linkshandige kolwers.

Gerrit Cole Pitch Usage vs. RHB

VS. RHB Viersaad Sinker Slider Kromme Verander
VS. RHB Viersaad Sinker Slider Kromme Verander
Alle tellings 46% 19% 21% 11% 3%
Eerste Pitch 53% 19% 14% 12% 1%
Beslag vooruit 50% 25% 18% 5% 2%
Selfs 48% 19% 18% 11% 3%
Kruik vooruit 41% 15% 26% 14% 4%
Twee stakings 43% 15% 25% 14% 3%
Data met vergunning van FanGraphs.com

Gerrit Cole Pitch -gebruik vs. LHB

VS. LHB Viersaad Sinker Slider Kromme Verander
VS. LHB Viersaad Sinker Slider Kromme Verander
Alle tellings 48% 15% 14% 12% 10%
Eerste Pitch 55% 16% 9% 13% 7%
Beslag vooruit 52% 21% 10% 4% 12%
Selfs 50% 14% 13% 13% 10%
Kruik vooruit 42% 12% 20% 16% 10%
Twee stakings 45% 13% 21% 14% 7%
Data met vergunning van FanGraphs.com

Dit is moontlik dat 'n komponent van teenstanders wat sy vaste bal die afgelope seisoen beter kon kry as in die afgelope jare, moontlik was omdat die slagoffers in 'n hitter-vriendelike telling op die veld sit en opduik wanneer die geleentheid hom voordoen. Cole gooi tans byna 60% van die tyd een van sy vinnige balle.

Ons gaan oor na die breek- en snelheidspaaie, wat mooi is.

Gerrit Cole se skuifbalk is vuil. Dit veroorsaak grondballe (53%) en mis kolwe (17%) en hou 2017-kolwers teen 'n kolfgemiddelde van .226, wat dit sy minste slaanveld maak in 2017. Hy gooi die glyer hard (gemiddeld net meer as 'n merk beter as 88 myl per uur in 2017) en gereeld in 'n goeie tonnelpatroon - meer hieroor in 'n oomblik. Die veld het wel meer tuislopies prysgegee as wat 'n mens in 2017 sou wou sien, maar nie ernstig nie. en dit was voordat Brent Strom die kans gehad het om met Cole te werk. Dit is duidelik dat Strom niks drasties sal opknap nie, en hy het nie 'n towerstaf nie, maar sekere dinge meganies en in terme van die seleksie van tonnels en tonnels is dinge wat Strommy kan doen om Cole te help om sy verwoestendste veld in die tuin te behou. bietjie meer.

Een punt wat Strom (en die nuwe spanmaat Lance McCullers) moontlik vir Gerrit Cole kan help, is met sy kurwe -bal, wat die afgelope paar jaar 'n bietjie agteruit gegaan het.

Dit is natuurlik nog steeds 'n redelike goeie toonhoogte - dit was steeds 'n swaaiende staking van 9% van die 401 keer dat hy die veld in 2017 gooi - maar dit het aansienlik afgeneem tussen 2016 en 2017. Hier is 'n vergelyking van die resultate langs mekaar. op die veld van die een jaar na die volgende:

Kyk gerus na Gerrit Cole se Curve Ball, 2016 tot 2017

Seisoen Standpunte BB% K% BB/K AVG OBP SLG OPS ISO BABIP wRC wRAA wOBA wRC+ LD% GB% FB% IFFB% HR/FB Stakings Balle Standpunte xMov zMov Mov O-swaai% Z-Swing% Swaai% O-kontak% Z-kontak% Kontak% Sone% SwStr% pVAL pVAL/C
Seisoen Standpunte BB% K% BB/K AVG OBP SLG OPS ISO BABIP wRC wRAA wOBA wRC+ LD% GB% FB% IFFB% HR/FB Stakings Balle Standpunte xMov zMov Mov O-swaai% Z-Swing% Swaai% O-kontak% Z-kontak% Kontak% Sone% SwStr% pVAL pVAL/C
2016 190 2.0% 44.0% 0.05 .204 .220 .245 .465 .041 .370 1.2 -4.7 .204 33 37.0% 48.1% 14.8% 25.0% 0.0% 113 77 190 8.7 -4.8 10.1 38.9% 40.7% 39.5% 54.9% 79.2% 62.7% 31.1% 14.7% 1.8 1
2017 401 4.3% 30.1% 0.14 .270 .301 .416 .717 .146 .362 10.2 -1.1 .307 97 14.8% 52.5% 32.8% 30.0% 15.0% 249 152 401 5.7 -3.8 7.2 32.3% 40.4% 35.7% 63.2% 88.1% 74.8% 41.4% 9.0% -2.5 -0.6
Data met vergunning van FanGraphs

Dit is duidelik dat dit 'n fokusarea moet wees vir Gerrit Cole, Brent Strom en die res van die Astros -afrigtingspan. Hoe om die verlore 6,6% van die swaaie buite die sone op die veld terug te kry? Dit lyk asof Cole die veld in 2017 baie meer gegooi het, en buitensporig meer in die sone was met die veld, wat meer geleenthede vir harde kontak tot gevolg gehad het. Boonop het die toonhoogte aansienlik minder breekkoëffisiënt gehad in 2017. Dit was dus 'n meer slaanbare toonhoogte, en dit word meer gereeld gegooi en dit is gegooi in die sone meer gereeld. Nie 'n goeie kombinasie nie. Gelukkig is dit ook nie 'n baie moeilike kombinasie om op te los nie.

Cole se laaste toonhoogte is 'n verandering wat eintlik 'n baie goeie baan vir hom is:

Dit was vir hom so 'n goeie baan in 2017, in 'n jaar toe dit lyk asof sy ander staanplekke baie harder geraak het as wat hy gewoond was, dat hy byna die aantal veranderinge wat in die vorige jare gegooi is, byna verdriedubbel het. Van 2013 tot 2016, sy eerste vier Major League -seisoene, gooi Cole elke seisoen tussen 103 en 133 veranderinge. Maar in 2017 gooi hy die toonhoogte 342 keer vir 'n redelik robuuste 10.61 gebruikspersentasie. Alhoewel die toonhoogte gewoonlik redelik goed vir hom beweeg het (hy het bewegingsgraderings van 8.3, 9.7, 9.2 en 9.7 van 2013 tot 2016 geplaas), het dit in 2017 regtig na 'n ander vlak gegaan en 'n bewegingsgradering van 11.6 opgelewer (dit loop nou arm- kant beter as byna enige ander verandering in bofbal) en lei tot 'n 11.1%Swinging Strike-koers met 'n buite-sone-swaai van 38.8%, wat sy vorige loopbaan-beste punt op die veld met byna 3%geklop het.

Dit is egter nie net die beweging of die gejaag deur kolwers nie, maar hierdie veldtog het Cole onlangs so effektief gemaak. Hy gooi dit ook teen byna dieselfde (uiters hoë) snelheid as sy skuifbalk, wat albei 8 tot 10 myl per uur stadiger beweeg as sy vasgemaakte vasbal en sink. Verder gooi hy die kleingeld en die skyfstuk konsekwent uit dieselfde tonnelaksie. Van die nuwe gunsteling twitter, volg Rob Friedman, kom ons kyk na 'n veranderende volgorde van Cole hierdie lente in die kamp saam met die Astros:

Klaarblyklik nare, ja? Maar kyk weer na presies dieselfde volgorde, hierdie keer met die tonnelsirkel daarop:

Dit is die volgende vlak, waar bewegingskoëffisiënt en -snelheid en toonhoogte-tonnels almal ontmoet in 'n perfekte storm van 'Gaan sit, seun'.


Austin Gomber, Colorado Rockies

Eerstens, laat ons die Coors -argument uit die weg ruim, want verrassend genoeg was Coors eintlik nie 'n probleem vir Gomber nie.

Nou weet ons dat Coors onoorwonne is, so dit kan terugkom aarde toe, maar tot dusver het Gomber Coors goed hanteer. Hy het ook in die algemeen goed gevaar, so daar is nie groot skeidings met Elias Diaz of Dom Nunez agter die bord nie, maar ek het een ding opgemerk wat ek wou ondersoek.

Die SwStr% en CSW was anders genoeg ten gunste van Diaz dat ek daarin wou ingaan. Dit is heel moontlik dat, aangesien Diaz meer kolfbeurte met Gomber behaal het, sy tariewe skeef is, maar ek het ook 'n verskil in die veldmengsel opgemerk.

Die eerste ding wat opval, is dat Nunez meer vier-seer swaar is met twee stakings. Aangesien Gomber 'n lae SwStr-persentasie op sy vier-seeboom kry, kan dit 'n rede wees waarom die swaaiende stakingskoers daal, met Nunez agter die bord. Ek het gedink dat Nunez miskien vinniger geword het omdat hy meer wedstryde in Coors gevang het, maar Gomber het vyf wedstryde tuis begin en Diaz het vier daarvan gekry, wat beteken dat Nunez swaarder geword het, selfs al het hy gevang Gomber op die pad.

Diaz versprei ook die veldmengsel meer met twee stakings. Nunez is 'n swaar vier-naat en kromme, terwyl Diaz ook die skuifbalk gebruik en 'n aansienlike hoeveelheid verander. Aangesien die staanplekke 'n baie hoër SwStr% het as Diaz agter die bord is, is dit moontlik dat hy 'n beter idee het van wanneer hy die aanbiedinge moet aanpak.

Oor die algemeen was Gomber 'n stewige werper, ongeag wie agter die bord sit, maar ek dink dit is opvallend dat Diaz meer van sy repertoire gebruik, selfs in Coors, en daarom beter swing-and-miss-optredes kon kry. Die wete dat Diaz die laaste uitstappie van Gomber teen die Padres gevang het, maak my nog meer geïnteresseerd om te sien hoe die duo die res van die jaar saamwerk.


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All-Star-speletjies
1984 (LF)
1985 (LF)
1986 (LF)
1987 *
1989 (RF)
1990 *
1991 (CF)
1992 (RF)
1993 *
1994 (CF)
1995 (RF)
1996
1997 (DH)
1998 (RF)
1999
15 All-Star-speletjies Toekennings
1984 NL batting_title
1984 NL TSN All-Star
1984 AP All-Star
1986 NL TSN All-Star
1987 NL kolf_titel
1987 NL TSN All-Star
1988 NL kolf_titel
1989 NL kolf_titel
1989 NL TSN All-Star
1994 NL kolf_titel
1994 NL TSN All-Star
1994 AP All-Star
1995 NL batting_title
1995 AP All-Star
1995 Tak Rickey -toekenning
1996 NL batting_title
1997 NL TSN All-Star
1997 NL batting_title
1997 AP All-Star
1998 Lou Gehrig Memorial Award
1999 Roberto Clemente -toekenning
21 toekennings MVP (rang, aandeel)
1984 NL (3, 55%)
1985 NL (23, 0%)
1986 NL (9, 10%)
1987 NL (8, 22%)
1988 NL (11, 9%)
1989 NL (8, 17%)
1991 NL (16, 1%)
1993 NL (21, 1%)
1994 NL (7, 28%)
1995 NL (9, 18%)
1997 NL (6, 28%)
1998 NL (15, 2%)
1.93 Loopbaanaandele (109de)
12 MVP -stemuitslae Maandelikse toekennings
1984 April NL Speler van die Maand
1987 Junie NL Speler van die Maand
1988 Julie NL Speler van die Maand
1993 Augustus NL Speler van die Maand
1997 Mei NL Speler van die Maand
5 maandelikse toekennings Weeklikse toekennings
1984 29 Julie NL speler van die week
1987 Junie 7de NL Speler van die Week
1987 Junie 28ste NL -speler van die week
1988, 10 Julie NL -speler van die week
1988, 17 Julie NL, speler van die week
1989 Junie 11de NL Speler van die Week
1991 Junie 9de NL Speler van die Week
1993 8 Augustus NL Speler van die week
1994 April 24ste NL Speler van die Week
1999 8 Augustus NL Speler van die week
10 weeklikse toekennings Aanstootlike OORLOG
1984 NL 4.8 (9de)
1986 NL 5.3 (5de)
1987 NL 7.8 (1ste)
1989 NL 5.1 (8ste)
1994 NL 5.2 (4de)
1995 NL 4.0 (8de)
1997 NL 5.9 (6de)
Loopbaan 67.2 (71ste)
7 seisoene in die top 10 Kolfgemiddelde
1984 NL .351 (1ste)
1985 NL .317 (4de)
1986 NL .329 (3de)
1987 NL .370 (1ste)
1988 NL .313 (1ste)
1989 NL .336 (1ste)
1990 NL .309 (8ste)
1991 NL .317 (3de)
1992 NL .317 (5de)
1993 NL .358 (2nd)
1994 NL .394 (1st)
1995 NL .368 (1st)
1996 NL .353 (1st)**
1997 NL .372 (1st)
1998 NL .321 (9th)
Career .338 (23rd)
15 Seasons in Top 10 On-Base%
1984 NL .410 (2nd)
1986 NL .381 (5th)
1987 NL .447 (2nd)
1988 NL .373 (5th)
1989 NL .389 (7th)
1993 NL .398 (8th)
1994 NL .454 (1st)
1995 NL .404 (4th)
1996 NL .400 (9th)**
1997 NL .409 (9th)
Career .388 (119th)
10 Seasons in Top 10 On-Base Plus Slugging
1984 NL .853 (7th)
1986 NL .848 (8th)
1987 NL .958 (5th)
1993 NL .895 (9th)
1994 NL 1.022 (4th)
1997 NL .957 (7th)
Career .847 (204th)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Plate Appearances
1984 NL 675 (8th)
1985 NL 671 (9th)
1986 NL 701 (2nd)
1987 NL 680 (7th)
1989 NL 679 (5th)
Career 10,232 (73rd)
5 Seasons in Top 10 Hits
1984 NL 213 (1st)
1985 NL 197 (3rd)
1986 NL 211 (1st)
1987 NL 218 (1st)
1988 NL 163 (10th)
1989 NL 203 (1st)
1990 NL 177 (8th)
1991 NL 168 (10th)
1993 NL 175 (10th)
1994 NL 165 (1st)
1995 NL 197 (1st)
1997 NL 220 (1st)
Career 3,141 (21st)
12 Seasons in Top 10 Total Bases
1984 NL 269 (8th)
1986 NL 300 (3rd)
1987 NL 301 (7th)
1989 NL 256 (9th)
1994 NL 238 (8th)
1997 NL 324 (7th)
Career 4,259 (67th)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Singles
1984 NL 177 (1st)
1985 NL 157 (2nd)
1986 NL 157 (1st)
1987 NL 162 (1st)
1988 NL 129 (4th)
1989 NL 165 (1st)
1990 NL 134 (5th)
1991 NL 126 (4th)
1992 NL 129 (7th)
1994 NL 117 (1st)
1995 NL 154 (1st)
1996 NL 127 (10th)
1997 NL 152 (1st)
Career 2,378 (11th)
13 Seasons in Top 10 Adjusted OPS+
1984 NL 141 (7th)
1986 NL 135 (7th)
1987 NL 158 (3rd)
1993 NL 138 (9th)
1994 NL 169 (4th)
1995 NL 137 (10th)
1997 NL 156 (6th)
Career 132 (154th)
7 Seasons in Top 10 Runs Created
1984 NL 108 (5th)
1986 NL 113 (3rd)
1987 NL 143 (1st)
1989 NL 101 (10th)
1994 NL 104 (3rd)
1997 NL 132 (7th)
Career 1,636 (61st)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Adj. Batting Runs
1984 NL 33 (7th)
1986 NL 30 (5th)
1987 NL 54 (2nd)
1994 NL 46 (3rd)
1995 NL 29 (10th)
1997 NL 51 (5th)
Career 438 (69th)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Adj. Batting Wins
1984 NL 3.4 (7th)
1986 NL 3.0 (5th)
1987 NL 5.1 (2nd)
1994 NL 4.3 (3rd)
1995 NL 2.8 (10th)
1997 NL 4.8 (5th)
Career 42.8 (65th)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Times On Base
1984 NL 274 (2nd)
1985 NL 244 (9th)
1986 NL 266 (4th)
1987 NL 303 (1st)
1989 NL 260 (2nd)
1994 NL 215 (2nd)
1995 NL 233 (4th)
1997 NL 266 (7th)
Career 3,955 (51st)
8 Seasons in Top 10 Offensive Win %
1984 NL .703 (8th)
1986 NL .684 (6th)
1987 NL .782 (2nd)
1993 NL .701 (9th)
1994 NL .784 (4th)
1997 NL .747 (6th)
Career .668 (154th)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Intentional Bases on Balls
1984 NL 13 (8th)
1987 NL 26 (2nd)
1988 NL 13 (10th)
1989 NL 16 (10th)
1990 NL 20 (3rd)
1992 NL 12 (9th)
1994 NL 16 (2nd)
1995 NL 10 (7th)
1996 NL 12 (8th)
1997 NL 12 (6th)
Career 203 (17th)
10 Seasons in Top 10 AB per SO
1984 NL 26.3 (1st)
1985 NL 18.8 (4th)
1986 NL 18.3 (2nd)
1987 NL 16.8 (3rd)
1988 NL 13.0 (5th)
1989 NL 20.1 (1st)
1990 NL 24.9 (1st)
1991 NL 27.9 (1st)
1992 NL 32.5 (1st)
1993 NL 25.7 (2nd)
1994 NL 22.1 (1st)
1995 NL 35.7 (1st)
1996 NL 26.5 (1st)**
1997 NL 21.1 (1st)
1998 NL 25.6 (1st)
Career 21.4 (92nd)
15 Seasons in Top 10 Base-Out Runs Added (RE24)
1984 NL 54.95 (1st)
1986 NL 33.17 (8th)
1987 NL 40.11 (9th)
1988 NL 35.79 (10th)
1994 NL 39.89 (6th)
1995 NL 41.94 (7th)
1997 NL 75.16 (2nd)
Career 538.33 (49th)
7 Seasons in Top 10 Win Probability Added (WPA)
1984 NL 7.3 (1st)
1988 NL 4.9 (6th)
1994 NL 3.2 (6th)
1995 NL 4.2 (6th)
1997 NL 7.6 (1st)
Career 56.0 (30th)
5 Seasons in Top 10 Base-Out Wins Added (REW)
1984 NL 5.6 (1st)
1986 NL 3.4 (8th)
1987 NL 3.9 (8th)
1988 NL 3.8 (10th)
1994 NL 3.8 (6th)
1995 NL 4.0 (7th)
1997 NL 7.3 (2nd)
Career 53.4 (39th)
7 Seasons in Top 10 Def. Games as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL 156 (1st)
1985 NL 152 (3rd)
1986 NL 160 (1st)
1987 NL 156 (2nd)
1990 NL 141 (5th)
1992 NL 127 (5th)
1994 NL 105 (3rd)
1995 NL 133 (2nd)
1997 NL 143 (4th)
Career 2,144 (6th)
9 Seasons in Top 10 Putouts as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL 343 (1st)
1985 NL 332 (2nd)
1986 NL 335 (1st)
1987 NL 300 (3rd)
1990 NL 328 (1st)
1991 NL 290 (2nd)
1992 NL 270 (4th)
1995 NL 241 (3rd)
Career 4,052 (5th)
8 Seasons in Top 10 Assists as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL 12 (1st)
1985 NL 12 (2nd)
1986 NL 21 (1st)
1987 NL 13 (3rd)
1988 NL 7 (4th)
1989 NL 7 (4th)
1990 NL 11 (4th)
1992 NL 9 (5th)
Career 148 (21st)
8 Seasons in Top 10 Double Plays Turned as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL 4 (1st)
1985 NL 2 (4th)
1986 NL 3 (3rd)
1990 NL 2 (5th)
1991 NL 2 (1st)
1992 NL 2 (3rd)
1993 NL 2 (4th)
1997 NL 3 (2nd)
Career 24 (60th)
8 Seasons in Top 10 Total Zone Runs as RF (s.1953)
1984 NL 13 (1st)
1985 NL 12 (1st)
1986 NL 12 (2nd)
1987 NL 7 (4th)
1991 NL 28 (1st)
1992 NL 19 (2nd)
6 Seasons in Top 10 Range Factor/9Inn as RF (s.1948)
1984 NL 2.39 (4th)
1985 NL 2.32 (2nd)
1986 NL 2.29 (3rd)
1987 NL 2.12 (4th)
1990 NL 2.41 (3rd)
1991 NL 2.27 (2nd)
1992 NL 2.23 (5th)
Career 2.07 (73rd)
7 Seasons in Top 10 Range Factor/Game as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL 2.28 (1st)
1985 NL 2.26 (2nd)
1986 NL 2.23 (2nd)
1987 NL 2.01 (4th)
1990 NL 2.40 (1st)
1991 NL 2.22 (2nd)
1992 NL 2.20 (3rd)
Career 1.96 (70th)
7 Seasons in Top 10 Fielding % as RF (s.1901)
1984 NL .992 (1st)
1985 NL .989 (3rd)
1986 NL .989 (1st)
1987 NL .981 (4th)
1990 NL .985 (3rd)
1991 NL .990 (2nd)
1992 NL .982 (5th)
1993 NL .980 (5th)
1994 NL .985 (4th)
1995 NL .992 (2nd)
1996 NL .989 (3rd)
1997 NL .983 (3rd)
1998 NL .993 (2nd)
Career .987 (23rd)
13 Seasons in Top 10

Tout Table: Early Surprises

Justin Mason (Friends with Fantasy Benefits, Fangraphs, Fantasy Alarm, @JustinMasonFWFB): The amount of hitter injuries. I think many of us thought going from a 60 game to 162 game season would increase pitching injuries, but the amount of early hitter injuries has been higher than expected.

Jim Bowden (Fantasy Alarm, @JimBowdenGM): The amount of star players hitting under .200 to start the year: ie Stanton, Torres, Hiura, Chapman Semien, Tucker, J Polanco, DeJong Blackmon, Yaz, Baez, Swawnson, Moncada, Robles, Laureano etc.

Brad Johnson (Patreon/BaseballATeam, @BaseballATeam): Honestly, maybe I’m just jaded, but I’m having a really hard time finding a general surprise. The injuries, increased strikeouts, decreased homers, closer committees, and piggyback starters were all predictable. Probably the one thing that’s shocked me is teams postponing games for 40-degree weather. I figure even that’s because they can sell more tickets to games later in the season. It shouldn’t be surprising, I simply didn’t anticipate it.

Matt Williams (NBC Sports Edge, @MattWi77iams): The incredibly poor start on offense. The league wide batting average was hovering near .230 with a vast amount of all-stars batting below the .200 mark. It’s early in the season, there is a new ball, and the weather has not been perfect, but it’s still a bit of a surprise. The talk of lowering the mound and moving it back may startle some, but the year over year decline on offense is hard to ignore at this point.

Michael Rathburn (Rotowire, @FantasyRath): Injuries, slow starts by big name hitters and the increased defragmenting of saves.

Jason Collette (Rotowire, @jasoncollette): The drag on NL offense by the loss of the Universal DH. Start of play Wednesday, NL ERA was 4.04 vs 4.48 in AL and strikeout rate was 25.4% to 24.8%. NL teams are hitting .225 vs the .243 their AL counterparts have hit so far. Pitchers hitting is a pox on this game.

Todd Zola (Mastersball, @toddzola): Call this pleasantly surprised, but with all the talk about more teams deploying bullpen games, there have been very few true opener/primary pitcher contests. Granted, they’ll pick up with more injuries, but the party line was there would be more in general. I like what the Rangers are doing with their tandem pitchers, letting the opener serve as a true starter, simply announcing in advance who the first reliever will be.

Nando Di Fino (The Athletic, @nandodifino): This might be a little granular, but I’m impressed with how people are quoting their TGFBI teams and leagues a lot (on podcasts, radio, twitter, etc) as reference points, and how many people on twitter are showing NFBC bids. It’s cool to see some of these competitions go mainstream and help other players out.

Perry Van Hook (Mastersball, @): I think the biggest surprise so far is the team performances. Especially those teams that were not expected to compete. Look at the league leaders in the AL West and Central. Also Detroit, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh, who were all projected to be very bad teams, are winning several early games. Is it the management and deployment of those teams or has the parity level risen more than we would have expected?

Jeff Zimmerman (Fangraphs, The Process, @jeffwzimmerman): That several MLB won’t be making the 85% threshold so some teams will be working with one set of isolationg protocals (e.g. contact tracing) and others with different ones.

Ray Flowers (Fantasy Guru, @BaseballGuys): Coming into the season I was worried about all the pitchers and what their likely workloads will be (hint, they would be low). Perhaps I was remiss in not worrying more about players missing time too. The age of guys playing daily is just over. Guys rest cause it’s a day game, cause of the matchup, cause they didn’t sleep great last night, but most frequently cause they tweaked something physically. The era of playing in fantasy leagues where we set the lineup once on Monday should be over. Taking zeros every day cause players are out of the lineup just stinks.

Howard Bender (Fantasy Alarm, @RotobuzzGuy): Have you noticed just how thin the outfield is right now? Doesn’t matter if it’s a 12 or a 15-teamer, the help for your outfield on waivers is atrocious. If you look at composite ADP across the industry, 43 of the top 200 picks were outifleders and there are roughly 18-20 of them either on the IL or have already spent time on the IL, so obviously injuries come into play. But you also have a number of players like Dylan Moore and Tommy Edman, for example, who qualify in the outfield and are taking outfield at-bats right now, but fantasy owners are using them in the infield where they qualify as well. If your league requires you to start five outfielders, make sure you’ve got proper depth at the position or you’ll be seeing a lot of zeroes day in and day out.

Mike Podhorzer (Fangraphs, @MikePodhorzer): League average exit velocity, Barrel%, and HardHit% are all at their highest marks during the Statcast era (since 2015), yet HR/FB rate is well down from the last two seasons and only ranks fourth out of seven seasons. That’s a really strange outcome given the underlying drivers, and most certainly says something about the ball we heard so much about during the preseason.

Craig MIsh (FNTSY Radio, @CraigMish): Surprising that getting a strikeout per inning from your starter seems about league average. in a 5࡫ that uses straight strikeouts, you simply can’t even start guys who don’t get swings and misses. Used to be find a couple of guys at the top of your fantasy rotation that get massive K’s and just fill out the rest. In some cases having TWO guys like that in your starting 5/6 doesn’t even add up if they aren’t generating whiffs. Strikeouts have become what Home Runs are on the offensive side. Get a ton of em or finish at the bottom.

Alex Fast (Pitcher List, @AlexFast8): That offense is THAT down. It’s normal to expect some regression in the winter months for certain but this is still a bit shocking to me. We knew that the ball would introduce some form of regression but, even still, I didn’t feel it would be this bad. Also, INJURIES (which could also be a factor in suppressed offense). There are always a slew of various ailments that occur to begin the season but 󈧙 is featuring more injuries than we’re typically used to seeing to start a season and I think I can speak for everyone when I say it’s causing a lot of headaches.

Patrick Davitt (BaseballHQ, @patrickdavitt): How genuinely terrible the TOR offense has been, and how surprisingly good their pitching. The regular hitters have combined for a .678 OPS, and that’s with Vladdy raking to a 1.125. Starting catcher Danny Jansen has a .244 BA… wait, my bad, that’s his OPS. Five of the nine regulars have BAs under .200, and three have Slgs under .300 (including my pre-season pick to click, Rowdy Tellez, at .178/.213/.244). Meanwhile, the rotation has two guys with ERAs under 2.00 (Matz and Ray), the five main relievers have given up 6 ER in 25.2 IP … what a team.

Eric Karabell (ESPN, @karabelleric): I think the biggest surprise is that there are so many new hitters emerging as reliable options so far, players that seemed so far from relevance but are anything but that. Yermin Mercedes, Akil Baddoo and Zach McKinstry, among others, are becoming household fantasy names, but there was little indication of true relevance six weeks ago. And it’s not just bad teams giving opportunity. It’s fun to see new players shine.

Tim McLeod (Prospect361.com, @RunTMc59006473): The Dodgers have actually lost four games. What’s up with that? If they keep this up, they won’t clinch a playoff spot until sometime in mid-August.

James Anderson (Rotowire, @RealJRAnderson): It’s not necessarily a shocking development, but I did think there’d be a chance that COVID would be closer to a non-factor. We all knew injuries would be prevalent, but the COVID-related absences have certainly introduced more luck into the equation than anyone wants. Hopefully we’ve seen the worst of it.

Ryan Bloomfield (BaseballHQ, @RyanBHQ): Having to recalibrate (yet again!) to our changing game. MLB-wide exit velocity from 2017-21: 87.3, 88.4, 88.7, 88.4, and now 89.0. Even bigger jump for Barrel rate: 5.7%, 6.2%, 6.8%, 7.6%, and now 8.4%. Keep that in mind when seeing “Player X has an increase in barrel rate this year but HR rate is down” and square that with the league-wide trends first.

Fred Zinkie (Yahoo! Fantasy Sports, @FredZinkieMLB): Maybe this shouldn’t shock me, but I’m surprised that so many “good” hitters are doing so poorly so far. I assume they will all come around as the weather warms up and teams have to plunge even deeper into their pitching depth chart. But at this point I’m shocked at the poor returns (performance and injury) among many of the top hitter picks.

Greg Jewett (Fantasy Alarm, @gjewett9): Since everyone’s speaking about the league wide hitting issues, how about closers or just saves in general? We knew it would be volatile this year targeting closers or trying to find them on the waiver wire, but it’s been even more tumultuous than originally thought. Match-up based bullpens, workload management and in the case of the White Sox, just flummoxing usage patterns. It’s much too early to panic about saves but trying to stay ahead of the game remains tantamount to making up ground in the standings. In trade leagues, it’s easier to find teams who may be able to trade them off to hot starts in the category, but in formats without trades, be sure to focus on evolving roles. Which seems like a daily news cycle.

Scott Engel (Rotoballer, @scotteTheKing): I have been pleasantly surprised by how some players on teams that were lowly regarded are performing. Adam Frazier and J.T. Brubaker have been quality fantasy assets from the Pirates roster. The Tigers have given us Akil Baddoo, no matter how long that lasts, and Jeimer Candelario has continued to play well. Jake McGee has looked like a top closer so far.

Lou Blasi (Fantistics, @LouBlasi): This might be anecdotal, but the amount of dominace by starting pitching so far has been surprising. ERA is down among SPs, xFIP is way down, Ks are up, SwStr% is up, CSW is up, Sliders are up, HR/FB is down. Lot’s of small sample, weather, and early season noise of course, but the number of dominant starts has been an eye-opener. Still, Barrel% is up, 95+ (HardHit%) is up, and EV is up too, so I’m thinking you should enjoy it while you can, pile up the IP for the ratios and buckle up for a rebound by the hitters.

Jeff Erickson (Rotowire, @Jeff_Erickson): I expected pitcher injuries to be a prevalent storyline, and while there have been a few, it’s the hitter injuries that have been the prevailing story. On Tuesday, the top-four hitters in BA leagues were out of the lineup and all had missed at least a couple of games due to injury. Twelve of the top 80 hitters have missed time with injuries, with three more Astros missing at leasat one series with a COVID issue. Were teams more prepared to deal with the fallout of last year’s abbreviated season for pitchers but didn’t pay enough attention to the hitters, or is this a statistical anamoly?

Charlie Wiegert (CDM Sports, @GFFantasySports): The Yankees at 5-10 are the worst team in baseball. While it does my heart good to see it, it’s hard to believe the team with one of the highest payrolls are at the bottom. I’m sure they’ll get going soon and capture a playoff spot, but the performance of their millionaires leaves a lot to be desired right now!

Larry Schechter (Winning Fantasy Baseball, @LarrySchechter): The Covid situation…on the one hand many players have been held out of games and even a few games postponed, but on the other hand the outbreaks haven’t been as massive and long lasting as last year. Couldn’t MLB have figured out a way to get all players vaccinated earlier?

Ariel Cohen (CBS Sports, @ATCNY): Of the first round players … all of the pitchers look fantastic. Every single one of them. So many of the first round hitters are injured.

D.J. Short (NBC Sports Edge, @djshort): I was going to mention all of the notable hitter injuries, as well. But otherwise, I’d also note that there seems to be more reaction (or overreaction) to early-season production. I’m not sure how much of this is struggling to adjust to the way we managed fantasy rosters during the 60-game season last year where you would be more inclined to just run with a hot hitter or pitcher. I think it could also be the increased information we have — Baseball Savant is a gift and you can pick up on things sooner — but in general, it feels more like the wild west these days.

Tristan H. Cockcroft (ESPN, @SultanofStat): Not that I was a big fan of their introduction in the first place, but I’m surprised at how much I genuinely loathe the runner-on-second-in-extras and seven-inning-doubleheader rules now that we’ve got a 162- rather than 60-game schedule. Both are gimmicky, they’re altering teams’ pitching strategies in an exaggerated way and they’re creating unnatural statistics, which just doesn’t feel like baseball. I don’t think there should ever be a way that a team should ever win a game on a pair of outs, and that rule about the man starting on second being the batter before the pitcher if the pitcher’s spot was the last one up — ugh, that exposes flaws in the rules. For all of these other things baseball has introduced over the years — six divisions, wild cards, the wild card playoff game, etc. — I’ve been patient and come to enjoy each. These? My feelings are going in the other direction.

Scott Swanay (FantasyBaseballSherpa, @fantasy_sherpa): To me it’s how many hitters are off to miserable starts. The MLB batting average has hovered close to .250 in recent seasons, so the fact that it’s currently around .235 suggests it’s due to more than early season cold weather in many parts of the country.

Chris Towers (CBS Fantasy Sports, @CTowersCBS): The number of apparent pitcher outbreaks, which is of course tied very closely to the dramatic increase in strikeout rates across baseball. We’re up to 24.7%, the highest in MLB history, and it’s coincided with an MLB record-low batting average. We’re seeing apparent early-season star turns from the likes of Joe Musgrove, Trevor Rogers, and Carlos Rodon, plus returns to relevance for guys like Sean Manaea and Danny Duffy. How sustainable are these hot starts? And how much do we need to recalibrate our expectations for what a good start is in this new landscape? We’ll need a few more weeks for the numbers to stabilize on both counts, but this looks like it could be The Year of the Pitcher Part Two.

Tim McCullough (Baseball Prospectus, @TimsTenz): I’m surprised that there has been so little complaining about what I call the “training wheels rule.” You know, the one that puts a runner on second base in extra innings. I haven’t seen any research or statistics that indicate whether this dumb rule actually helps to keep extra innings games shorter, but I suspect that it does not. Considering the drop in BABIP so far, can we expect the next dumb rule to just put a runner on base to start every inning? It would be great if the fans would really express their disdain for this so MLB dumps this rule. I’m not opposed to anything that truly improves the game. This rule doesn’t even come close and we need to protest its continued existence. That aint baseball!

Shelly Verougstraete (Dynasty Guru, @ShellyV_643): Maybe I was a bit naive but I am surprised we are seeing as many COVID situations as we have. Sure, we are still in a pandemic but I thought players would get vaccinated. Hopefully, we will not see many more COVID scares this season.

Doug Dennis (BaseballHQ, @dougdennis41): I don’t know if this is really a surprise, but teams are more sophisticated in deploying pitchers generally with starters going shorter and bullpens as weapons aimed at neutralizing difficult batters–and it is really working early. I expect warmer weather will bring more home runs, but I am not sure that is going to help with OBA and BA issues as balls in play are dropping and dropping. I am starting to advocate a major shift in rosters–from 14 batters and 9 pitchers to something closer to 2021 reality–perhaps 11 batters and 12 pitchers for the future. Because as MLB evolves, fantasy baseball is lagging behind and like it or not, our games get further and further away from roster construction for real life GMs.

Anthony Aniano (Rotoballer, @AAnianoFantasy): My biggest surprise this season is how teams are struggling offensively. Currently threre are 17 teams with a team batting average under .240 and 9 teams with a team batting average under .220. Although slow starts are to be expected to see this many teams struggling to make contact is a surprise and will most likely lead to changes in the game which will increase offensive production.

Derek VanRiper (The Athletic, @DerekVanRiper): I’m with Tristan…I think I was pretty open-minded about some of the rules tweaks for 2020 in part because I was just grateful that anything resembling a baseball season was happening. I hope this is the last time we see a runner on second base to start each inning in extra-innings situations, but if we’re stuck with some modification in an effort to move the game along, I would love to see the runner start at first base instead. Giving the team on the field a chance to turn a double play and flip the inning would be huge, and it might actually speed up finding a winner. Some teams might elect to use a pinch-runner and steal second anyway, but that’s at least puts a little more of the onus on the team hitting to do something in order to get a decisive run.

Michael A. Stein (Fantasy Judgment, @FantasyJudgment): Injuries are always a big part of the game, but it just seems that there is an overabundance of injuries to star players very early in the season. I can’t point to any specific reason why, but offensive players like Acuna, Soto, Betts, Yelich, Tatis and Bellinger have all missed time already. I am also surprised at how impossible it has become to predict saves. Bullpens by committee are nothing new, but generally teams had an established closer that we could reasonably expect to get most of the closing opportunities. That does not seem to be the case anymore. Finally, adding onto some of the previous comments, I hate the extra inning rule of starting with a runner on 2nd base. I really hope it goes away next year with a new CBA and when COVID issues are in the rearview mirror.

Mike Gianella (Baseball Prospectus, @MikeGianella): The vocal resistance or at least reticence by multiple parties to getting vaccinated. This is really something I thought would be a general relief to the vast majority of players, and something they’d recognize as a benefit to their union and the game on the whole. I certainly didn’t expect every single player to be enthusiastic about it, but I am really taken aback that for at least a few players this has become a political issue.

Greg Ambrosius (NFBC, @GregAmbrosius): I’m shocked 1) How bad hitting is (.233 league average) 2) How bad the Yankees’ offense is and 3) That MLB really made pitchers hit this year. Regtig? That will grow interest in the game after not hitting last year? Onnosel.

Lenny Melnick (LennyMelnickFantasySports, @LennyMelnick): As Of Wednesday….Eduardo Escobar has as many home runs as Mike Trout Tyler Naquin has the same # of RBI as Ronald Acuña. Chris Owings has only played in 7 games but leads all players in triples with 3. May be players, but… wow

Ray Murphy (BaseballHQ, @RayHQ): A lot of great answers here, but the overriding theme for me is how normal this all feels. Sure, we’ve had some COVID cases pop up, but those should get even less frequent as the players and traveling parties get vaccinated. For most of the winter, I was pessimistic that we were going to get 162 games in, now it seems certain that we will. Looking forward to another 22 weeks of taking deep dives into the issues above.

Andrea LaMont (LennyMelnickFantasySports, @RotoLady): I am real surprised to see the Red Sox leading the AL East and the Yankees with the worst record in the American League. Surprised to see the lack of hustle coming from Yankees players. I highly doubt these standings look like this in August.

Vlad Sedler (Fantasy Guru, @rotogut): Mostly surprised by how so many of the first round hitters have been hit with early injuries, curious how they’ll fare and if this is finally the year we have a NFBC Main Event winner who started their drafts off with a starting pitcher (deGrom, Cole, Bieber, Bauer, Darvish).

Phil Hertz (BaseballHQ, @prhz50): Surprised by the lack of hitting overall. Also hating the extra inning rules more and more as the season progresses. I guess within the craziness of 2020, the rule didn’t bother me, but now, oh boy.

Rudy Gamble (Razzball, @RudyGamble): I am always surprised this time of year how much the emotional part of me reacts to small samples. I don’t act on these emotions aside from grumble about things like Luis Castillo’s poor starts. I’m also shocked that Corbin Burnes suddenly has prime Cliff Lee’s BB rate.

Scott White (CBS Fantasy Sports, @CBSScottWhite): Probably that the league-wide batting average is only .233. Maybe it’s just early-season rust, but with strikeouts making another leap amid talk of changes to the baseball seam height, is it possible pitchers have gained a competitive advantage? It’s worth noting that hard-hit and barrel rates are both up (also possible effects of a ball), and yet it’s not translating to more hits.

Mike Sheets (ESPN, @MikeASheets): I’ve been surprised, or perhaps saddened, at the number of top-tier hitters suffering injuries in the early going. We sometimes expect at least a few big-name pitchers to go down, but hitters are supposed to be safe — at least that’s what we like to tell ourselves. Injuries are obviously going to happen, but within a couple of weeks, Fernando Tatis, Christian Yelich, Juan Soto, and Ronald Acuna have all missed time. And as I type this, Mike Trout just left the game after getting hit by a pitch on the elbow. God help us all.

Chris Liss (Rotowire, @Chris_Liss): Hitting production has been more or less random so far, while pitching production has been severely concentrated in the early rounds.

Zach Steinhorn (CreativeSports2, @zachsteinhorn): I expected that the saves category would be a headache to address this year, but not to this degree. Just three weeks into the season, 23 of the 30 teams have multiple relievers with at least one save. Emmanuel Clase, Yimi Garcia, Ian Kennedy and Cesar Valdez weren’t even drafted in most leagues yet they all rank among the top-9 in saves, and your co-leaders are none other than Jake McGee and Mark Melancon. I think I’m ready to start playing in saves+holds leagues.



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