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  • Mets

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  • Marlins

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  • Reds

    6 42.86%
  • Brewers

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  • Cubs

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  • Pirates

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  • Giants

    6 42.86%
  • Rockies

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  • Diamondbacks

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  • NL GMs

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Thread: NL Wild Cards

  1. #1
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    NL Wild Cards

    please pick two teams
    only AL GMs are allowed to vote

    NL East

    Marlins
    Mets


    NL Central
    Brewers
    Astros
    Reds
    Cubs
    Pirates

    NL West
    Giants
    Diamondbacks
    Rockies


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    Reds
    Giants


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    The Reds matchup well with the Marlins. But the Fish prevail.

    And by the way, those pants, they belong to my dad.And they're not really pants,
    they're Lederhosen



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    Reds > Marlins

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    Reds
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    Quote Originally Posted by j0h@n63 View Post
    The Reds matchup well with the Marlins. But the Fish prevail.
    But both the Reds, and the Giants are better than the Marlins...


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    We both have star players.

    My bullpen kills your bullpen.
    My 2,3,4,5 starters > your 2,3,4,5 starters

    You have three starters hitting under .260, and I have one (Hanley Ramirez)

    And by the way, those pants, they belong to my dad.And they're not really pants,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superdude901 View Post
    But both the Reds, and the Giants are better than the Marlins...
    That explains everything.

    Tell me how the Reds are better.

    And by the way, those pants, they belong to my dad.And they're not really pants,
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    I'm not even gona argue this one.

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    Your half Japanese bullpen is not better than ours. Those guys have never pitched in the MLB, and they are not named Darvish. Our back end is Madson, Loe, and Janssen, which is pretty damn solid.

    If you are really looking at batting average, I feel sorry for you.

    Also, Felix, Cueto, Cahill, Morrow, Liriano is better than Josh "I get hurt every year" Johnson, Ricky Nolasco, Jake "I'm still hurt Peavy", Javy "Retired" Vazquez, and Tanaka.

    And where in the **** does your lineup come close to ours? I'll have a post with stats in a second, but just to get you started:

    LF - Emilio Bonifacio
    CF - Jon Jay
    SS - Hanley Ramirez
    RF - Mike Stanton
    3B - Aramis Ramirez
    1B - Gaby Sanchez
    C - AJ Pierzynski
    2B - Omar Infante

    Is in no GALAXY better then:

    DeJesus
    Phillips
    Votto
    Wright
    Bruce
    Rollins
    Stubbs
    Hernandez

    1-8 we can take you yard, hit a gapper, steal a base, and score way more runs.

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    1) David DeJesus - LF

    2011 season:
    10 HR's, 46 RBI's, 60 Runs, 4 SB's
    .240/.323/.376, .309 wOBA, 95wRC+, 2.2 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    8 HR's, 46 RBI's, 58 Runs, 4 SB's
    .271/.349/.399, .324 wOBA

    2) Brandon Phillips - 2B

    2011 season:
    18 HR's, 82 RBI's, 94 Runs, 14 SB's
    .300/.353/.457, .351 wOBA, 119wRC+, 6.0 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    19 HR's, 79 RBI's, 91 Runs, 15 SB's
    .279/.334/.435, .322wOBA

    3) Joey Votto - 1B

    2011 season:
    29 HR's, 103 RBI's, 101 Runs, 8 SB's
    .309/.416/.531, .403wOBA, 155wRCA+, 6.9 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    31 HR's, 105 RBI's, 98 Runs, 9 SB's
    .310/.412/.547, .408wOBA

    4) David Wright - 3B

    2010 season (2011 season was injury riddled):
    29 HR"s, 103 RBI's, 87 Runs, 19 SB's,
    .283/.354/.503, .364wOBA, 128wRCA+, 4.0 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    22 HR's, 90 RBI's, 86 Runs, 17 SB's
    .286/.375/.487, .373wOBA

    5) Jay Bruce - RF

    2011 season:
    32 HR's, 97 RBI's, 84 Runs, 8 SB's
    .256/.341/.474, .346wOBA, 116wRCA+, 3.3 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    34 HR's, 106 RBI's, 93 Runs, 7 SB's
    .271/.348/.504, .364wOBA

    6) Jimmy Rollins - SS

    2011 season:
    16 HR's, 63 RBI's, 87 Runs, 30 SB's
    .268/.338/.399, .329 wOBA, 106 wRC+, 3.1 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    16 HR's, 62 RBI's, 89 Runs, 25 SB's
    .262/.328/.417, .328 wOBA

    7) Drew Stubbs - CF

    2011 season:
    15 HR's, 44 RBI's. 92 Runs, 40 SB's
    243/.321/.364, .314wOBA, 94wRC+, 2.6 WAR

    Projected 2012:
    21 HR's, 89 RBI's, 85 Runs, 38 SB's
    259/.338/.427, .345wOBA

    8) Ramon Hernandez - C

    2011 season (in only 91 games):
    12 HR's, 36 RBI's, 28 Runs
    .282/.341/.446, .339wOBA, 111wRC+, 2.0 WAR

    Projected 2012 (only for 81 games, x2 if you want fullseason):
    8 HR's, 39 RBI's, 26 Runs
    .267/.336/.403, .314wOBA

    Here's my part, now explain how yours is better.

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    1) Felix Hernandez

    11: 233.2 IP, 8.55 K/9, 3.13 FIP, 3.15 xFIP, 50.2 GB%, 0.73 HR/9, 6.2 WAR
    10: 249.2 IP, 8.36 K/9, 3.04 FIP, 3.14 xFIP, 53.9 GB%, 0.61 HR/9, 5.5 WAR

    2) Trevor Cahill

    11: 207.2 IP, 6.37 K/9, 4.10 FIP, 3.90 xFIP, 55.9 GB%, 0.82 HR/9, 2.5 WAR
    10: 196.2 IP, 5.40 K/9, 4.19 FIP, 3.99 xFIP, 56.0 GB%, 0.87 HR/9, 2.2 WAR

    3) Johnny Cueto

    11: 156.0 IP, 6.00 K/9, 3.45 FIP, 3.90 xFIP, 53.7 GB%, 0.46 HR/9, 2.8 WAR
    10: 185.2 IP, 6.69 K/9, 3.97 FIP, 4.09 xFIP, 41.7 GB%, 0.92 HR/9, 2.8 WAR

    4) Brandon Morrow

    11: 179.1 IP, 10.19 K/9, 3.64 FIP, 3.53 xFIP, 36.0 GB%, 1.05 HR/9, 3.4 WAR
    10: 146.1 IP, 10.95 K/9, 3.16 FIP, 3.48 xFIP, 40.4 GB%, 0.68 HR/9, 3.7 WAR

    5) Francisco Liriano

    11: 134.1 IP, 7.5 K/9, 4.54 FIP, 4.52 xFIP, 48.6 GB%, 0.94 HR/9, 1.0 WAR
    10: 191.2 IP, 9.4 K/9, 2.66 FIP, 2.95 xFIP, 53.6 GB%, 0.42 HR/9, 6.0 WAR




    Bullpen:

    SP/LR: Homer Bailey
    11: 132 IP, 7.2 K/9, 4.06 FIP, 3.77xFIP, 39.5 GB%, 1.23 HR/9, 1.5 WAR
    10: 109 IP, 8.3 K/9, 3.74 FIP, 3.75xFIP, 41.6 GB%, 0.91 HR/9, 1.9 WAR

    MR: Joel Zumaya
    10: 38.1 IP, 7.98 K/9, 2.50 FIP, 3.79 xFIP, 37.0 GB%, 0.23 HR/9, 1.0 WAR
    09: 31.0 IP, 8.71 K/9, 5.48 FIP, 5.42 xFIP, 34.4 GB%, 1.45 HR/9

    MR: Shawn Camp
    11: 66.1 IP, 4.34 K/9, 3.91 FIP, 4.43xFIP, 53.5 GB%, 0.41 HR/9, 0.4 WAR
    10: 72.1 IP, 5.72 K/9, 4.16 FIP, 3.93xFIP, 52.0 GB%, 1.00 HR/9, 0.3 WAR

    LOOGY: Bill Bray
    11: 48.1 IP, 8.19 K/9, 3.19 FIP, 4.02 xFIP, 32.6 GB%, 0.56 HR/9, 0.7 WAR
    10 only threw 28 innings.
    08: 47 IP, 10.34 K/9, 3.54 FIP, 3.80 xFIP, 35.1 GB%, 0.77 HR/9, 0.6 WAR

    MR: Casey Janssen
    11: 55.2 IP, 8.6 K/9, 2.45 FIP, 3.04xFIP, 47.3 GB%, 0.32 HR/9, 1.3 WAR
    10: 68.2 IP, 8.3 K/9, 3.85 FIP, 3.49xFIP, 46.6 GB%, 1.05 HR/9, 0.4 WAR

    SU: Kameron Loe
    11: 72.0 IP, 7.63 K/9, 2.80 FIP, 2.78 xFIP, 63.3 GB%, 0.50 HR/9, 1.2 WAR
    10: 58.1 IP, 7.10 K/9, 3.71 FIP, 3.28 xFIP, 59.4 GB%, 0.93 HR/9, 0.5 WAR

    CL: Ryan Madson
    11: 60.2 IP, 9.20 K/9, 2.25 FIP, 2.94 xFIP, 48.8 GB%, 0.30 HR/9, 1.7 WAR, 32 Saves
    10: 53.0 IP, 10.87 K/9, 2.61 FIP, 2.75 xFIP, 50.4 GB%, 0.68 HR/9, 1.3 WAR


    Part deux.

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    You know I could see the exact same thing by clicking your clubhouse.

    And by the way, those pants, they belong to my dad.And they're not really pants,
    they're Lederhosen



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    Just making sure you actually looked at it, because if you had, I don't know how you could really make that argument.

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