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  1. #2851
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    2019 - 2020 Off Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CubsRule08 View Post
    Maybe I am failing to grasp that but why is that a lot when there are only 4 regular season months left after that? So the other 63% of home games come in June/July/August/September?

    I think it just hit me now after remembering how many games were rescheduled due to postponements in 2018 after having a long Wrigley Field slate of games in the first month. This year there werenít many all year because the Cubs were on the road a lot to start.
    Last edited by JHBulls; 11-06-2019 at 07:44 PM.

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    2019 - 2020 Off Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by JHBulls View Post
    Maybe I am failing to grasp that but why is that a lot when there are only 4 regular season months left after that? So the other 63% of home games come in June/July/August/September?

    I think it just hit me now after remembering how many games were rescheduled due to postponements in 2018 after having a long Wrigley Field slate of games in the first month. This year there werenít many all year because the Cubs were on the road a lot to start.
    Exactly. March/April home games in Chicago are ****ing brutal for weather conditions.

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    2019 - 2020 Off Season Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by CubsRule08 View Post
    Exactly. March/April home games in Chicago are ****ing brutal for weather conditions.
    Canít wait to watch the Cubs play 43 games in the last 44 days of the season. Again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JHBulls View Post
    Canít wait to watch the Cubs play 43 games in the last 44 days of the season. Again.
    Letís hope not, but we all know that the people who make the schedules are idiots

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  5. #2855
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    Quote Originally Posted by JHBulls View Post
    So youíd give him less than Heyward got with the mindset that he does as much as Heyward does at the plate? Geez, youíre generous.
    Like thawv said teams aren't spending like idiots anymore, except the Angel's and Phillies. If he wants to play for **** teams like that he can go ahead and leave.

  6. #2856
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyCantWeWin View Post
    8 yrs 180 mil is the max I'd go on Bryant. Trade his *** otherwise, he can go hit solo homeruns elsewhere when up by 10 runs
    Player A
    2.17% of career homeruns were walk offs
    42.7% of career homeruns were to tie or take the lead
    13.7% of career homeruns were in high leverage situations
    52% of career homeruns were in low leverage situations
    26.1% of career homeruns were in 7th inning or later
    18.8% of career homeruns were with a 4+ run lead or later
    6.52% of career homeruns were when down 4 or more runs

    Player B
    1.31% of career homeruns were walk offs
    45.8% of career homeruns were to tie or take the lead
    17.5% of career homeruns were in high leverage situations
    42.5% of career homeruns were in low leverage situations
    26.3% of career homeruns were in 7th inning or later
    7.74% of career homeruns were with a 4+ run lead or later
    8.66% of career homeruns were when down 4 or more runs

    Player C
    1.83% of career homeruns were walk offs
    46.5% of career homeruns were to tie or take the lead
    18.1% of career homeruns were in high leverage situations
    45.9% of career homeruns were in low leverage situations
    27.9% of career homeruns were in 7th inning or later
    10.2% of career homeruns were with a 4+ run lead or later
    9.91% of career homeruns were when down 4 or more runs

    Player D
    1.05% of career homeruns were walk offs
    50.9% of career homeruns were to tie or take the lead
    14.4% of career homeruns were in high leverage situations
    53.0% of career homeruns were in low leverage situations
    24.2% of career homeruns were in 7th inning or later
    8.77% of career homeruns were with a 4+ run lead or later
    9.5% of career homeruns were when down 4 or more runs

    These guys are Kris Bryant, Barry Bonds, Albert Pujols, and Mike Trout. Can you say with certainty that one or the other is better overall in these situations?

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    Additionally-

    Solo home run %es

    Bryant - 53.6% of career home runs
    Bonds - 59.1% of career home runs
    Pujols - 54.9% of career home runs
    Trout - 65.6% of career home runs

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    I mean when your leadoff guy is Albert Almora and you bat behind him, a lot of your HRs are going to be solo

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    https://twitter.com/sahadevsharma/st...762619393?s=21


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    Wait, someone ranked best posters and I didn't even get a name drop?

    Pft.

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    On top of this news, Chris Denorfia is reportedly out as quality assurance coach

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    Looks like the Braves are prioritizing Madison Bumgarner.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dfan25 View Post
    Looks like the Braves are prioritizing Madison Bumgarner.


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    Heíd be a good replacement for McCann as the team redass.

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    Cardinals reportedly suggesting that their payroll is maxed out and donít have much money to spend, if at all.


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