Aug 14, 2014, 12:02 PM EDT
Orioles rookie Jonathan Schoop homered against the Yankees last night for the second straight game and the 23-year-old infielder has hit .379 with four homers, two doubles, and a 1.262 OPS in nine games versus New York.
And here’s the thing: Schoop has been terrible against non-Yankees teams. For his Orioles career he’s hit just .205 with a .246 on-base percentage and .309 slugging percentage in 93 games against every other team.
Against the Yankees: 4 homers, 1.262 OPS in 9 games.
Against the rest of MLB: 8 homers, .555 OPS in 93 games.
(He also hit just .256 with a .697 OPS at Triple-A.)
Oh, and last night’s game-tying homer against the Yankees came off Dellin Betances, who made the All-Star team as a rookie and has been one of the most unhittable pitchers in baseball this season. Schoop also hit two homers off Masahiro Tanaka earlier this season, both of them go-ahead blasts.
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