3/03/2009 01:35:00 PM

Hughes Looks Good Against Jeter, Team USA

Posted by Mark McCray |

I thought Phil Hughes looked pretty sharp against Jeter and Team USA today.  

He still has some work to do, obviously, but I like some of the stuff I have seen so far this Spring. 

Here is a little bit of live blogging of Phil's outing from Pete Abe:

UPDATE, 1:11 p.m.: Just a hunch, but I bet Phil Hughes pitches really well today. (Nice call, Pete!)

UPDATE, 1:18 p.m.: Hughes gave up a bleeder single by Pedroia. Then he got the shortstop to ground into a double play. That guy stinks.

UPDATE, 1:26 p.m.: That gritty, gutty Brett Gardner singled, went to third on a single by Tex and scored on a single by Posada. Then Nady went 1-6-3 to end the inning. 1-0 Yankees.

UPDATE, 1:34 p.m.: Hey, look, it’s Phil Hughes. Fanned Wright looking with a cutter. Fanned Dunn looking at a filthy curve. Got Youkilis to fly to right.

25 pitches, 16 strikes. He could go back out there if they want. He’s got 10-15 more in him.

UPDATE, 1:39 p.m.: Great play by Pedroia ranging deep behind second and making a strong throw to get Cash. If Cano had half as much giddy-up, he’d be an All-Star. … Meanwhile, Hughes is back out there.

UPDATE, 1:45 p.m.: For the third time in three games, Hughes had hit a batter with an 0-1 pitch. He has been told to bust every hitter inside when he gets to that count. He barely brushed Granderson’s jesey.

It costs him as Jeter gets up and delivers a two-run single. 2-1 USA.

UPDATE, 1:54 p.m.: Hughes’ line: 2.2 3 2 2 0 2. 41 pitches / 25 strikes.


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