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  1. #1
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    Predict random players stats for 2014

    I'll begin:

    Danny Salazar: 175 IP | 182/62 K/BB | 3.35 ERA | 1.17 WHIP | 13-9 W-L
    Yasiel Puig: 512 AB | .257/.339/.455 | 3.8 rWAR | 22 SB
    Sonny Gray: 191 IP | 178/54 K/BB | 2.91 ERA | 1.10 WHIP | 14-8 W-L
    Bryce Harper: 594 AB | .277/.382/.485 | 5.4 rWAR | 19 SB
    Clayton Kershaw: 227 IP | 206/58 K/BB | 2.45 ERA | 0.99 WHIP | 17-5 W-L
    Matt Harvey: -- IP | --/-- K/BB | -- ERA | -- WHIP | -- W/L
    Matt Kemp: 479 AB | .246/.310/.427 | 0.9 rWAR | 6 SB
    Ryan Braun: 626 AB | .310/.393/.562 | 7.3 rWAR | 27 SB

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    Clayton Kershaw 3 homeruns

    ARod - 519 lies about things he's done, ranging from tying his shoe to breathing

    Jimmy Rollins 25 homeruns

    Ryan Howard - 42 homeruns, 132 rbi's, .284

    3 second baseman will have saves in extra innings

  3. #3
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    I'm not predicting anything, but I hope you're right about Sonny Gray, he is my keeper on my fantasy team

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyFaninLA View Post
    Clayton Kershaw 3 homeruns

    ARod - 519 lies about things he's done, ranging from tying his shoe to breathing

    Jimmy Rollins 25 homeruns

    Ryan Howard - 42 homeruns, 132 rbi's, .284

    3 second baseman will have saves in extra innings
    What year is it?!

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by beldugo View Post
    What year is it?!
    2007

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    Quote Originally Posted by beldugo View Post
    What year is it?!
    Check back with me in October

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyFaninLA View Post
    Check back with me in October
    Jesus Christ you're adorable

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyFaninLA View Post
    Check back with me in October
    Don't know if joking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beldugo View Post
    Don't know if joking...
    Not joking, laugh all you want right now

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    It must be nice to have unrealistic expectations

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    Quote Originally Posted by sexicano31 View Post
    It must be nice to have unrealistic expectations
    No one knows better than you......like I said talk to me in October

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhillyFaninLA View Post
    No one knows better than you......like I said talk to me in October
    I'll talk to you now. What makes you think two declining players will hit like they did in their primes before injuries?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sexicano31 View Post
    I'll talk to you now. What makes you think two declining players will hit like they did in their primes before injuries?
    While I actually agree with you for once, it wouldn't be that crazy to say that Howard can hit 30 or that Rollins could hit 25. However, there is absolutely no way that Ryan Howard even comes close to hitting .284. He hasn't done that since 2006 when no one knew how to pitch to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canefandynasty View Post
    I'll begin:

    Danny Salazar: 175 IP | 182/62 K/BB | 3.35 ERA | 1.17 WHIP | 13-9 W-L
    Yasiel Puig: 512 AB | .257/.339/.455 | 3.8 rWAR | 22 SB
    Sonny Gray: 191 IP | 178/54 K/BB | 2.91 ERA | 1.10 WHIP | 14-8 W-L
    Bryce Harper: 594 AB | .277/.382/.485 | 5.4 rWAR | 19 SB
    Clayton Kershaw: 227 IP | 206/58 K/BB | 2.45 ERA | 0.99 WHIP | 17-5 W-L
    Matt Harvey: -- IP | --/-- K/BB | -- ERA | -- WHIP | -- W/L
    Matt Kemp: 479 AB | .246/.310/.427 | 0.9 rWAR | 6 SB
    Ryan Braun: 626 AB | .310/.393/.562 | 7.3 rWAR | 27 SB
    What was the point to predicting Harvey's stats?
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfgiants1213 View Post
    What was the point to predicting Harvey's stats?

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