I blame myself
Type: Posts; User: Jeffy25
I blame myself
It's arguably why Matt Carpenter saw a regression last year. He became too patient.
He is getting pitched around the 4th most in baseball this year.
Obviously the Cardinals aren't this good, no team is .769 winning percentage good. They are basically two wins over their pyth run record. But still, they have played great. Bullpen isn't this...
It just tells me that he is not only the most 'over-rated' and possibly the most 'feared'
It's kind of funny that the players in baseball voted him the 'most over-rated player in the game' and then, he is the most the pitched around player in baseball this year.
So which is it? What...
In 2002, he swung 864 times, and hit 46 home runs.
One home run every 18.78 swings
PG – Kyle Lowry - 2006
SG - Eric Bledsoe - 2010
SF – Jimmy Butler - 2011
PF - Serge Ibaka - 2008
C – Marc Gasol - 2007
PG – Ty Lawson - 2009
SG – Kyle Korver - 2003
I am doing something similar in the MLB section, but I am going to provide a different twist here.
The set up is as follows, you are a GM, and you know the past history of every player...
I am taking Wacha, homer or not.....he has performed the best so far and still has similar upside to the rest of the top prospects.
I love Gallo as a spec, Correa and Buxton obviously too
Going to have some fun here. Going to redo the MLB draft every year starting in 1990.
You get to select one player, first overall. Who do you select knowing what you know today of...
Among a host of others
Which, if I recall, wasn't against the rules at the time.
Better start kicking guys out then.
I think you answered your first post immediately following.
C - Lucroy is an all-star catcher, I agree
1B - Lind only had 300 plate appearances and has had an up and down career with basically...
It's weird how Lynn went from always getting a ton of run support, and not being that incredible as a pitcher, to becoming a beast, and now not getting any run support.
I don't know what to say, this is not only an incredible start, but this is a streak they don't normally see in any regular season.
Obviously, a ton of one run wins that as the season...
The NL 8 hitters were IBB'd 159 times, vs 32 times in the AL
But that is all 8 hitters, regardless of who is behind him. The average spot in the lineup (excluding the 8 spot)...
I turned it off before the Cards got three outs in the first
I haven't really watched much of Bryant, he is pretty good defensively at third. I don't see all the criticism.
And he may...
He's a good dude
You have to assume it got physical
But I have a real problem with the suspensions that the MLB office gives out
I can't imagine that would Jacoby did was 3 times worse than Herrera throwing...
Because you said that the pitcher hitting neuters the bottom third of an NL teams lineup, and that was so preposterous that it warranted a response, which was last week.
No, I haven't argued that either
The difference is that nobody has argued against this.