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Re: New York Yankees Thread 

Post#1621 » by GEOLINK » Sun Mar 21, 2021 1:44 am

thebuzzardman wrote:Are Stanton and Judge hurt yet?

Has Pete Alonso ate another donut yet?
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Post#1622 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:32 am

GEOLINK wrote:I saw you guys scored 1 run in a game pitched by deGrom the other day, so much for run protection. :lol:

The Mets scoring runs is still an issue. The addition of Lindor is nice and I know he hit a grand slam the other day, so let's see how that plays out for you.

you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.
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Post#1623 » by Are We Ther Yet » Sun Mar 21, 2021 8:10 am

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GEOLINK wrote:I saw you guys scored 1 run in a game pitched by deGrom the other day, so much for run protection. :lol:

The Mets scoring runs is still an issue. The addition of Lindor is nice and I know he hit a grand slam the other day, so let's see how that plays out for you.

you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.


Probably referring to how they are always wasting his starts. Dude had a 1.09 era with like 6 wins one year! :lol:
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Post#1624 » by thebuzzardman » Sun Mar 21, 2021 1:41 pm

GEOLINK wrote:
thebuzzardman wrote:Are Stanton and Judge hurt yet?

Has Pete Alonso ate another donut yet?


I wouldn't know. I don't follow the stink ass Mets.

I'm a Yankee fan. I also know that it's a pretty sure bet Judge and Stanton will will miss 150 games between them, each year.
Actually, that's probably a good year.
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Re: New York Yankees Thread 

Post#1625 » by Polk377 » Sun Mar 21, 2021 3:47 pm

thebuzzardman wrote:
GEOLINK wrote:
thebuzzardman wrote:Are Stanton and Judge hurt yet?

Has Pete Alonso ate another donut yet?


I wouldn't know. I don't follow the stink ass Mets.

I'm a Yankee fan. I also know that it's a pretty sure bet Judge and Stanton will will miss 150 games between them, each year.
Actually, that's probably a good year.


Not after they implemented the secret weapon this year.......



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Post#1626 » by F N 11 » Sun Mar 21, 2021 3:51 pm

Did the season start yet?
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Re: New York Yankees Thread 

Post#1627 » by thebuzzardman » Sun Mar 21, 2021 4:06 pm

Polk377 wrote:
thebuzzardman wrote:
GEOLINK wrote:Has Pete Alonso ate another donut yet?


I wouldn't know. I don't follow the stink ass Mets.

I'm a Yankee fan. I also know that it's a pretty sure bet Judge and Stanton will will miss 150 games between them, each year.
Actually, that's probably a good year.


Not after they implemented the secret weapon this year.......



Spoiler:
YOGA!!!!!!


Good news. I guess. Maybe Stanton will be able to suck his own d*ck by the end of the year, as he'll have plenty of time to practice yoga when he gets hurt for the year after 12 games.
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Re: New York Yankees Thread 

Post#1628 » by Polk377 » Sun Mar 21, 2021 4:11 pm

thebuzzardman wrote:
Polk377 wrote:
thebuzzardman wrote:
I wouldn't know. I don't follow the stink ass Mets.

I'm a Yankee fan. I also know that it's a pretty sure bet Judge and Stanton will will miss 150 games between them, each year.
Actually, that's probably a good year.


Not after they implemented the secret weapon this year.......



Spoiler:
YOGA!!!!!!


Good news. I guess. Maybe Stanton will be able to suck his own d*ck by the end of the year, as he'll have plenty of time to practice yoga when he gets hurt for the year after 12 games.

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Re: New York Yankees Thread 

Post#1629 » by GEOLINK » Sun Mar 21, 2021 4:47 pm

thebuzzardman wrote:
Polk377 wrote:
thebuzzardman wrote:
I wouldn't know. I don't follow the stink ass Mets.

I'm a Yankee fan. I also know that it's a pretty sure bet Judge and Stanton will will miss 150 games between them, each year.
Actually, that's probably a good year.


Not after they implemented the secret weapon this year.......



Spoiler:
YOGA!!!!!!


Good news. I guess. Maybe Stanton will be able to suck his own d*ck by the end of the year, as he'll have plenty of time to practice yoga when he gets hurt for the year after 12 games.

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Post#1630 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 5:40 pm

Are We Ther Yet wrote:
blueNorange wrote:
GEOLINK wrote:I saw you guys scored 1 run in a game pitched by deGrom the other day, so much for run protection. :lol:

The Mets scoring runs is still an issue. The addition of Lindor is nice and I know he hit a grand slam the other day, so let's see how that plays out for you.

you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.


Probably referring to how they are always wasting his starts. Dude had a 1.09 era with like 6 wins one year! :lol:

that makes sense then, if you like absurd stats nearly half of degrom's career starts he's only given up 2 runs or less.

so it makes his w/l record even more bonkers
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Post#1631 » by HarthorneWingo » Sun Mar 21, 2021 6:19 pm

blueNorange wrote:
GEOLINK wrote:I saw you guys scored 1 run in a game pitched by deGrom the other day, so much for run protection. :lol:

The Mets scoring runs is still an issue. The addition of Lindor is nice and I know he hit a grand slam the other day, so let's see how that plays out for you.

you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.


Our issue is hitting with RISP.
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Post#1632 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:03 pm

HarthorneWingo wrote:
blueNorange wrote:
GEOLINK wrote:I saw you guys scored 1 run in a game pitched by deGrom the other day, so much for run protection. :lol:

The Mets scoring runs is still an issue. The addition of Lindor is nice and I know he hit a grand slam the other day, so let's see how that plays out for you.

you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.


Our issue is hitting with RISP.

hitting with risp isn't a real stat, if your team is good at getting on base then there are going to be way more opportunities to fail at risp.

like the mets left the most risp in 2020 with 3.7 runners per game, the padres at 6th average 3.1 runners per game.

only 5 teams had it under 3, whereas 25 teams average 3+.

the "hitting with risp" is an all baseball issue and it has little to do with hitting and everything to do with the pitcher on the mound bearing down.
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Post#1633 » by HarthorneWingo » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:10 pm

blueNorange wrote:
HarthorneWingo wrote:
blueNorange wrote:you're gonna have to explain yourself with this, "still" an issue?

their offense was never an issue to begin with. :lol: they were 1st in batting and 3rd in team ops in the nl.

nimmo, conforto, smith, alonso, mcneil are all great players.

lindor just got added to the fun.


Our issue is hitting with RISP.

hitting with risp isn't a real stat, if your team is good at getting on base then there are going to be way more opportunities to fail at risp.

like the mets left the most risp in 2020 with 3.7 runners per game, the padres at 6th average 3.1 runners per game.

only 5 teams had it under 3, whereas 25 teams average 3+.

the "hitting with risp" is an all baseball issue and it has little to do with hitting and everything to do with the pitcher on the mound bearing down.


Most good-excellent hitter raise their statistics with runners in scoring position. The hitters bear down too.
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Post#1634 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:12 pm

HarthorneWingo wrote:
blueNorange wrote:
HarthorneWingo wrote:
Our issue is hitting with RISP.

hitting with risp isn't a real stat, if your team is good at getting on base then there are going to be way more opportunities to fail at risp.

like the mets left the most risp in 2020 with 3.7 runners per game, the padres at 6th average 3.1 runners per game.

only 5 teams had it under 3, whereas 25 teams average 3+.

the "hitting with risp" is an all baseball issue and it has little to do with hitting and everything to do with the pitcher on the mound bearing down.


Most good-excellent hitter raise their statistics with runners in scoring position. The hitters bear down too.

name these guys and i guarantee you it's less "being clutch" and more that they're just good players that produce.

being good at hitting with risp is as stupid as telling someone to not look at analytics and just watch them with your eyes.
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Post#1635 » by HarthorneWingo » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:24 pm

blueNorange wrote:
HarthorneWingo wrote:
blueNorange wrote:hitting with risp isn't a real stat, if your team is good at getting on base then there are going to be way more opportunities to fail at risp.

like the mets left the most risp in 2020 with 3.7 runners per game, the padres at 6th average 3.1 runners per game.

only 5 teams had it under 3, whereas 25 teams average 3+.

the "hitting with risp" is an all baseball issue and it has little to do with hitting and everything to do with the pitcher on the mound bearing down.


Most good-excellent hitter raise their statistics with runners in scoring position. The hitters bear down too.

name these guys and i guarantee you it's less "being clutch" and more that they're just good players that produce.

being good at hitting with risp is as stupid as telling someone to not look at analytics and just watch them with your eyes.



https://www.sportingnews.com/us/other-sports/news/five-hitters-whose-average-with-risp-fantasy-baseball-allen-craig-cardinals/1tcczptccl0bz1l9d1gud8wmdb

Miguel Cabrera is the standard. He hit .397 with 18 HRs and 99 RBIs with RISP last season. A lot of players don't get that in a full season. Cabrera ranked third in the league in average with RISP.

Here's a look at the other guys who ranked in the top six. You're going to sense a theme.

Allen Craig, 1B/OF, Cardinals. Craig led the majors with a .454 average with RISP last season, and it came with four homers and 83 RBIs. He also had a .500 on-base percentage in that situation. Numbers like this make Craig a value pick in Round 7.

Freddie Freeman, 1B, Braves. Freeman hit .443 with RISP last season, and that included seven homers and 84 RBIs. Perhaps more impressive is Freeman's .541 on-base percentage in that situation.

Matt Holliday, OF, Cardinals. Holliday has become more of a consistent contributor than elite option in the outfield, but that's OK. He hit .390 with four homers and 61 RBIs with RISP last season.

Matt Carpenter, 2B/3B, Cardinals. OK, so maybe we should have made this a Cardinals-only blog. Carpenter hit .388 with RISP, albeit with just one homer and 59 RBIs. With Craig, Holliday and Carpenter, St. Louis has three clutch hitters.

Salvador Perez, C, Royals. Perez remains a sneaky value pick at catcher when you consider his .301 career average. He also hit .377 with RISP last season for Kansas City.


http://stats.washingtonpost.com/mlb/getleaders.asp?rank=227

1 Alec Bohm Phi .452 ( 19/42 )
2 Mookie Betts LAD .439 ( 18/41 )
3 Freddie Freeman Atl .423 ( 22/52 )
4 Juan Soto Was .421 ( 16/38 )
5 Fernando Tatis Jr. SD .400 ( 16/40 )
6 Brian Anderson Mia .395 ( 17/43 )
7 Kolten Wong StL .389 ( 14/36 )
8 Manny Machado SD .381 ( 24/63 )
9 Donovan Solano SF .380 ( 19/50 )
10 Trea Turner Was .378 ( 17/45 )
11 Marcell Ozuna Atl .364 ( 28/77 )
12 David Peralta Ari .361 ( 22/61 )
13 Wil Myers SD .357 ( 15/42 )
14 Nico Hoerner ChC .355 ( 11/31 )
15 Ryan Braun Mil .353 ( 12/34 )
16 Adam Eaton Was .351 ( 13/37 )
17 Justin Turner LAD .350 ( 14/40 )
18 Didi Gregorius Phi .345 ( 19/55 )
19t Paul DeJong StL .343 ( 12/35 )
19t Erik González Pit .343 ( 12/35 )
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Post#1636 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:31 pm

congrats on showing a list of good offensive hitters, including some hof'ers. :lol:
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Post#1637 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:36 pm

also mcneil risp .308 ba/.835 ops but that's also because mcneil is a career .319 hitter/.884 ops :lol:

now do good players struggle with risp? yes, is it because of risp? no.
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Post#1638 » by HarthorneWingo » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:40 pm

blueNorange wrote:congrats on showing a list of good offensive hitters, including some hof'ers. :lol:


My original point was that good hitters hit better with RISP. You argued against that at first. Are you now agreeing with me?
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Post#1639 » by blueNorange » Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:48 pm

HarthorneWingo wrote:
blueNorange wrote:congrats on showing a list of good offensive hitters, including some hof'ers. :lol:


My original point was that good hitters hit better with RISP. You argued against that at first. Are you now agreeing with me?

i'm not agreeing with you, risp means nothing.

you're agreeing with me that good hitters are just good hitters whether there's a runner on 3rd or nobody on.

you showed me a list of good hitters, that doesn't prove your point at all -- show me the .230 hitter that becomes a .300 hitter with risp, you can't because they dont exist

baseball is the only sport where you can fail 7 out 10 times and make millions, but if you fail 8 out 10 times you're out of the league.
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Post#1640 » by thebuzzardman » Sun Mar 21, 2021 8:20 pm

When did this turn into the Mets forum?
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