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    Quote Originally Posted by nuraman00 View Post
    Ok, 2 different systems I guess.

    Now still wondering how the 1st chart gets its numbers, from what system?

    I would think it's not from the pitching coach, lol. They wouldn't release that to the public, would they?
    I think with just all the technology they have, scouts at every game, and monitors it is easy to track










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    Quote Originally Posted by PackfanMatt_12 View Post
    From reading into it more pitch type is really just speed, pitch type, and small things. PITCHf/x type includes delivery motion, angle at each moment of delivery, where the ball is at delivery, location with each pitch, speed with each pitch and movement of the pitch, and even more
    Wow, a lot more factors. Thanks!

    Where did you find the info about how the Pitch Type and PITCHf/x charts record their data?













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    So it looks like PITCHf/x includes a lot more information about the delivery itself, while Pitch Type just seems to focus on the ball as it crosses the plate.













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    Really misread 'bunt' for 'blunt'






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    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSacKing93 View Post
    Really misread 'bunt' for 'blunt'
    Who was the Giants biggest smoker (top 3-5)?













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    Quote Originally Posted by nuraman00 View Post
    Who was the Giants biggest smoker (top 3-5)?
    I've heard rumors of Lincecum being a pothead.

    Also, Armando Benitez.






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    More contenders:

    From 2014:

    * This allowed 2 more runs to score on the next 2 plays. Considering the Giants won by 1 run, it was important.

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/bo...01410070.shtml

    0-0 1 12- 2,(1-0) SFG R. Vogelsong G. Gonzalez 7% 66% Single to 3B (Bunt to Front of Home); Crawford to 3B; Perez to 2B





    * Allowed for the winning run to score:

    http://www.baseball-reference.com/bo...01410140.shtml

    b10 4-4 0 12- 2,(0-1) R SFG G. Blanco R. Choate 20% 100% Reached on E1 (throw)/Sacrifice Bunt (Bunt to Front of Home); Crawford Scores/unER; Perez to 2B













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    Cmon PackfanMatt_12, I need you on this.

    Here's all the bunts:

    1. 2010 Game 5 of the World Series.

    Aubrey Huff never had a sac bunt before.

    t7 0-0 0 --- 5,(1-2) SFG C. Ross C. Lee 6% 56% Single to CF (Ground Ball)
    t7 0-0 0 1-- 3,(0-2) SFG J. Uribe C. Lee 9% 64% Single to CF (Line Drive); Ross to 2B
    t7
    0-0 0 12- 1,(0-0) O SFG A. Huff C. Lee 0% 64% Bunt Groundout: P-1B/Sacrifice; Ross to 3B; Uribe to 2B
    t7 0-0 1 -23 7,(3-2) O SFG P. Burrell C. Lee -13% 51% Strikeout Swinging
    t7 0-0 2 -23 3,(2-0) RRR SFG E. Renteria C. Lee 36% 87% Home Run (Fly Ball to LF-CF); Ross Scores; Uribe Scores
    t7 3-0 2 --- 1,(0-0) O SFG A. Rowand C. Lee -1% 87% Flyball: RF



    2. Game 5 of the 2012 NLDS. Zito had a bunt single.


    t4 0-0 0 --- 4,(1-2) SFG M. Scutaro L. Lynn 4% 54% Single to RF (Line Drive to Short RF)
    t4 0-0 0 1-- 2,(1-0) SFG P. Sandoval L. Lynn 7% 61% Single to RF (Line Drive to Short RF); Scutaro to 2B
    t4 0-0 0 12- 3,(0-2) O SFG B. Posey L. Lynn -6% 55% Strikeout Swinging
    t4 0-0 1 12- 5,(2-2) R SFG H. Pence L. Lynn 15% 70% Reached on E1 (throw)/attempted forceout (Ground Ball to Front of Home); Scutaro Scores/unER/No RBI; Sandoval to 3B
    t4 1-0 1 1-3 1,(0-0) O SFG B. Belt L. Lynn -7% 63% Popfly: 2B
    t4 1-0 2 1-3 5,(3-1) SFG G. Blanco L. Lynn 2% 65% Walk; Pence to 2B
    t4 1-0 2 123 6,(3-2) RR SFG B. Crawford L. Lynn 17% 83% Single to CF (Ground Ball thru SS-2B); Sandoval Scores/unER; Pence Scores/unER; Blanco to 3B
    t4
    3-0
    2 1-3 2,(0-1) R SFG B. Zito L. Lynn 6%
    89% Single to 3B (Bunt to Short 3B Line); Blanco Scores/unER; Crawford to 2B
    Joe Kelly replaces Lance Lynn pitching and batting 9th
    t4 4-0 2 12- 4,(1-2) O SFG A. Pagan J. Kelly -2% 87% Strikeout Swinging

    3. Game 4 of the 2014 NLDS. Vogelsong's bunt allowed 2 runs to score on the next 2 ABs.


    b2 0-0 0 --- 1,(0-0) O SFG B. Belt G. Gonzalez -2% 53% Popfly: 1B (Front of Home)
    b2 0-0 1 --- 5,(2-2) SFG B. Crawford G. Gonzalez 3% 55% Single to LF (Line Drive to Deep SS-2B)
    b2 0-0 1 1-- 4,(1-2) SFG J. Perez G. Gonzalez 4% 59% Reached on E1/attempted forceout (Ground Ball to Front of Home); Crawford to 2B
    b2
    0-0 1 12- 2,(1-0)
    SFG R. Vogelsong G. Gonzalez 7% 66% Single to 3B (Bunt to Front of Home); Crawford to 3B; Perez to 2B
    b2 0-0 1 123 4,(3-0) R SFG G. Blanco G. Gonzalez 10% 75% Walk; Crawford Scores/unER; Perez to 3B; Vogelsong to 2B
    b2 1-0 1 123 3,(0-2) RO SFG J. Panik G. Gonzalez 2% 78% Groundout: 1B-P (Front of Home); Perez Scores/unER; Vogelsong to 3B; Blanco to 2B

    4. Game 3 of the 2014 NLCS. This let the winning run score.


    b10 4-4 0 --- 8,(3-2) SFG B. Crawford R. Choate 8% 70% Walk
    b10 4-4 0 1-- 6,(1-2) SFG J. Perez R. Choate 11% 80% Single to LF (Line Drive to Deep SS); Crawford to 2B
    b10
    4-4 0
    12- 2,(0-1) R SFG G. Blanco R. Choate 20% 100% Reached on E1 (throw)/Sacrifice Bunt (Bunt to Front of Home); Crawford Scores/unER; Perez to 2B


    5. Game 4 of the 2014 NLCS. Duffy's bunt puts men on 2nd and 3rd, 1 out. 3 runs score that inning.

    b6 3-4 0 --- 6,(3-2) SFG J. Perez M. Gonzales 7% 43% Walk
    b6 3-4 0 1-- 4,(2-1) SFG B. Crawford M. Gonzales 10% 53% Single to RF (Ground Ball); Perez to 2B
    Matt Duffy pinch hits for Yusmeiro Petit (P) batting 9th
    b6
    3-4 0 12- 1,(0-0) O SFG M. Duffy M. Gonzales 0% 53% Bunt Groundout: C-2B/Sacrifice (Front of Home); Perez to 3B; Crawford to 2B
    b6 3-4 1 -23 2,(1-0) R SFG G. Blanco M. Gonzales 15% 68% Fielder's Choice 1B; Perez Scores; Crawford to 3B
    b6 4-4 1 1-3 3,(2-0) RO SFG J. Panik M. Gonzales 7% 75% Groundout: 1B unassisted (Front of Home); Crawford Scores; Blanco to 2B
    Seth Maness replaces Marco Gonzales pitching and batting 7th
    b6 5-4 2 -2- 3,(0-2) R SFG B. Posey S. Maness 11% 85% Single to LF (Line Drive to SS-2B); Blanco Scores



    6. Panik's bunt in Game 4 of the 2014 World Series with no outs allows 3 runs to score later that inning, to break open a 4-4 game.

    b6 4-4 0 --- 2,(1-0) SFG J. Arias B. Finnegan 5% 62% Single to RF (Line Drive to Short RF)
    b6 4-4 0 1-- 4,(1-2) SFG G. Blanco B. Finnegan 8% 70% Single to LF (Line Drive to Short LF); Arias to 2B
    b6
    4-4 0 12- 2,(1-0) O SFG J. Panik B. Finnegan 1% 71% Bunt Groundout: 3B-2B/Sacrifice (Short 3B Line); Arias to 3B; Blanco to 2B
    b6 4-4 1 -23 4,(3-0) SFG B. Posey B. Finnegan 1% 71% Intentional Walk
    b6 4-4 1 123 3,(1-1) O SFG H. Pence B. Finnegan -11% 60% Groundout: SS-C/Forceout at Hm; Blanco to 3B; Posey to 2B
    b6 4-4 2 123 1,(0-0) RR SFG P. Sandoval B. Finnegan 26% 86% Single to CF (Line Drive to Short CF); Blanco Scores; Posey Scores; Pence to 2B
    b6 6-4 2 12- 2,(0-1) R SFG B. Belt B. Finnegan 6% 93% Single to CF (Ground Ball thru SS-2B); Pence Scores; Sandoval to 2B



    7. Game 4 of the 2014 World Series. Blanco's bunt adds on another run to make it 8-4.

    b7 7-4 0 12- 3,(2-0) R SFG G. Blanco T. Collins 2% 99% Single to P (Bunt to Short 3B Line); Crawford Scores/Adv on E1 (throw)/No RBI; Morse to 3B






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    I would say # 1 and 2 are definitely important. Both allowed for the winning margin to be what they were, in elimination games (2010 WS Game 5 was an elimination game for Texas).

    For # 3, considering it was a 1 run game at the end, those 2 runs early on were needed.

    # 4, it was the winning play. That could make it the most important. But, it was also mid-series.

    For # 5, it allowed the Giants to take the lead on the 2 ABs after that. They wouldn't score after this.

    # 6 was important at the time. But there would also be a lot of scoring afterward too.

    For # 7, it was an add-on run.

    I'd say # 6 and 7 were not as big as the others.

    For the first 5, you could say all of those were necessary plays for the Giants to win those respective games. I can't decide.













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    Zito's bunt is best ever.

    His road to the moment far surpasses Huff. It's easy for me










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    Quote Originally Posted by PackfanMatt_12 View Post
    Zito's bunt is best ever.

    His road to the moment far surpasses Huff. It's easy for me
    Thanks. I will keep updating this thread every time the Giants have huge bunts in the playoffs!

    It would be interesting to see how many years that answer holds true.

    Pretty interesting that we went from 2 significant bunts in 2 playoffs, to 5 in the last one for a total of 7.













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