As a controversy and theories about the historical numbers that run the town, this season comes up during the All-Star festival, everyone is weighing.
Tigers ace Justin Verlander MLB convinced the balls to absorb the power, saying “a pre-king joke.” Marcus Stroman, red patron of Yankees, Sabathia and Blue Jays, mentioned the different feel of the walls, with commissioner Rob Manfred going defensive.
The suffix and the chicken of his Darryl Yankees Strawberry has his own diagnosis of the changing game.
“I wouldn't know, as I'm not hitting,” Strawberry he said on Fox Business Tuesday. “But I can tell you one thing – I think the ball balls are a little smaller than before and I think the guys are much stronger. I don't think they are attracting the ball but as I said before I told me I had no playing fields. I think pitching does not match it, and guys gets a better chance to hit the home when your puking isn't as good as before.
Strawberries, which focused on 335 domestic in the 17 year MLB career, showed the lack of rotational depth in today's game.
“What does this mean? 1 and No. 2, ”Strawberry said. “I think back in the days when I was playing, there were five guys you had well enough, which could be a first starter. I think when you reach No. 3 and No. 4, 5 in the rotation, it is not so good, and I do not think the pains are very good. You had a man coming out of the lottery who could be very sharp, but I don't see a lot of that and as I said before, I think the ball parks are smaller than they used to be. ”
Red Sox All-Star J.D. Martinez strawberry theory echoes Monday, pointing to a change of biased approach.
“It's a handset,” said Martinez with ESPN. “It's a walk or strike – things over. I think you see more mistakes on the plate. The velocity, the guys want to hit the ball in the air – I think your home bike is a recipe. ”