Gerrit Cole New York Yankees

Age: 30 (September 8, 1990) | 6' 4" | 225lbs. | Throws: Right P-32
Tm Lg YEAR W L SV Hld G GS IP H HR BB SO ERA WHIP Rating BB/9 SO/9 BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
PIT A+ 2012 5 1 0 0 13 13 67.0 53 5 21 69 2.69 1.10 1.06 2.8 9.3 .286 n/a
PIT AA 2012 3 6 0 0 12 12 59.0 54 2 23 60 2.90 1.31 1.16 3.5 9.2 .328 n/a
PIT AAA 2012 1 0 0 0 1 1 6.0 6 0 1 7 4.50 1.17 1.08 1.5 10.5 .377 n/a
PIT AAA 2013 5 3 0 0 12 12 68.0 44 4 28 47 2.91 1.06 0.94 3.7 6.2 .216 n/a
PIT NL 2013 10 7 0 0 19 19 117.0 109 7 28 100 3.23 1.17 1.14 2.2 7.7 .307 49/25/26 12 12
PIT AAA 2014 3 1 0 0 4 4 22.1 21 1 5 16 2.01 1.16 1.12 2.0 6.4 .299 n/a
PIT NL 2014 11 5 0 0 22 22 138.0 127 11 40 138 3.65 1.21 1.18 2.6 9.0 .316 49/19/32 9 12
PIT NL 2015 19 8 0 0 32 32 208.0 183 11 44 202 2.60 1.09 1.06 1.9 8.7 .309 48/22/30 32 30
PIT AAA 2016 0 0 0 0 2 2 8.0 4 0 0 12 0.00 0.50 0.50 0.0 0.0 .275 n/a
PIT NL 2016 7 10 0 0 21 21 116.0 131 7 36 98 3.88 1.44 1.38 2.8 7.6 .351 46/25/29 2 5
PIT NL 2017 12 12 0 0 33 33 203.0 199 31 55 196 4.26 1.25 1.34 2.4 8.7 .309 46/21/34 11 15
HOU AL 2018 15 5 0 0 32 32 200.0 143 19 64 276 2.88 1.04 1.02 2.9 12.4 .301 36/21/43 31 33
HOU AL 2019 20 5 0 0 33 33 212.0 142 29 48 326 2.50 0.90 0.99 2.0 13.8 .294 40/20/39 50 47
NYY AL 2020 7 3 0 0 12 12 73.0 53 14 17 94 2.84 0.96 1.13 2.1 11.6 .259 37/20/43 40 37
Career 8yrs 101 55 0 0 204 204 1267.0 1087 129 332 1430 3.20 1.12 1.14 2.4 10.2 .309 n/a
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So much for home field advantage. Visitors won three out of four.

Cole threw 105 pitches over seven innings, Bieber threw 105 over 4 2/3. Cole got 23 swings-and-misses, Bieber 13.

They won't meet again, not this year.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 30 '20

The front page of the Post today:

https://nypost.com/covers/

What will it be on Wednesday if Bieber beats Cole?

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 28 '20

Higashioka has been penciled in as the catchers for Cole's last three starts. So does that mean he's Cole's personal catcher now?

Cole's answer: “I think at this point, the way he is swinging I might be his personal pitcher.’’

The two were teammates when they were teenagers on the Southern California summer circuit.

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 17 '20

ESPN still likes the Yankees' chances of making the postseason (96.2%).

Not so the New York press.

https://nypost.com/2020/09/05/yankees-waste-gerrit-coles-solid-start-in-brutal-loss-to-orioles/

Alex Patton Alex
Sep 6 '20
Alex Patton Alex
Sep 1 '20

A worthy first pick in the first-ever ADL draft.

But I doubt he would have been the priciest player had we auctioned. I'm not sure why.

Gerrit Cole (P) NY-A - Aug. 03

https://www.rotowire.com/baseball/player.php?id=747126

Cole (3-0) gave up one earned run on five hits and one walk while striking out four in six innings Monday against the Phillies. He picked up the win.

ROTOWIRE RECOMMENDS: There was a lengthy rain delay after Cole had finished six innings, and he did not get sent out for the seventh. He threw 91 pitches and 58 for strikes. Cole didn't have his best command in this one, but he was still in control throughout. His next start will come this weekend against the Rays.

Alex Patton Alex
Aug 4 '20

In 2001, coming off his two unnaturally good seasons, Pedro went for our league record $54.  No other player ever went for $50, until 2018 Trout did ($53) and Altuve ($50). Trout did again in 2019 ($51). We only have 5 keepers.  We had a lot of years in which ARod went for $48 or Griffey or Lofton went for $47.  I wonder what Cole would have gone for this year with inflation, had we had some - Cole and Lindor went for $39 in our redraft season, a dollar less than Trout.

Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jul 27 '20

And the first pick in the American Covid Dreams yesterday was... a pitcher.

Converted to the normal currency in this 4x4 league dating back to the beginning of roto time, a starting pitcher fetched the highest price. That's never happened before.

In Mariano's heyday, before we learned anyone could close, he came close to being the most expensive player a couple of times. But he wasn't a starter.

Six other starting pitchers were taken before the first closer (Brad Hand) went off the board.

Did I mention we play 4x4?

Alex Patton Alex
Jul 27 '20

He led the AL in ERA from July 24 to the end, as you might have guessed, with a 1.55 in 11 starts. Justin Verlander had a 1.92 in 13 starts (with 2 complete games), while Mike Clevinger had a 2.26.

Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Jul 4 '20