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2013 MLB Regular Season Wrapup Discussion Thread

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Originally posted by SolRebe1:
Every time a Dodger reliever blows a lead, a lil part of me dies. And you guys love it.


Lol
Originally posted by valrod33:
Freddie Freeman and Evan Gattis need to be all-stars

Gattis is hitting two f**king fifty eight.

I coud name ten catchers in the NL better than Gattis.

Also Uggla sucks.
Originally posted by redrathman:
Originally posted by valrod33:
Freddie Freeman and Evan Gattis need to be all-stars

Gattis is hitting two f**king fifty eight.

I coud name ten catchers in the NL better than Gattis.

Also Uggla sucks.
No catcher in the NL has more HRs, RBI or a higher OPS or slugging % Than Gattis. Im not saying he should start but I think he should make it
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.
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Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.

unicorn antler spray
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by jrg:
Niners99 is just excited about Segura because he got him cheap in his fantasy league. No way he is in over Tulowitzki.

lol that probably factored in, but im looking at the speed. I think the 17 steals compared to 0 for Tulo makes up the power numbers gap.

I just think the way Segura has picked up the slack for Braun's fairly mediocre start is impressive.

No one would debate whether the kid should be on the AS team. But.... right now I seriously think that Tulo would be in the MVP conversation along with Votto, Goldschmidt, and Yadier Molina.

Tulo wont win an MVP with Carlos Gonzalez hitting next to him. The voters prioritize how much carrying of their team the player does.

Tell that to Jeff Kent.
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.

Still going to give nod to Shelby Miller to win NL ROY.

Pitchers are figuring out you have to pitch outside to him first, then pitch inside; can struggle against effective breaking pitches.
robniner, here is my response: wgaf, there is more than half a season left. Lets talk ROY when it means something. In September. Dude could go 0-66 in July for all we know.
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.

Still going to give nod to Shelby Miller to win NL ROY.

Pitchers are figuring out you have to pitch outside to him first, then pitch inside; can struggle against effective breaking pitches.

Really? They are figuring him out and he is struggling? That might happen but it certainly hasnt yet.
And here comes Zunino to save the Mariners, even though it's impossible.
Originally posted by itlynstalyn:
And here comes Zunino to save the Mariners, even though it's impossible.

Not sure anyone is expecting him to be a savior, rather one of the very few options (not without risk) due to a lack of bodies . . .
Both Jesuses (Montero and Sucre) are on the DL and Shoppach has caught a bazillion innings in the past week (OK, it's really only 57 ~including the entire 16-inning affair~ still a lot).

Good luck, Mike!
Originally posted by 9erfan4life:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.

unicorn antler spray

Lol
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by jrg:
Niners99 is just excited about Segura because he got him cheap in his fantasy league. No way he is in over Tulowitzki.

lol that probably factored in, but im looking at the speed. I think the 17 steals compared to 0 for Tulo makes up the power numbers gap.

I just think the way Segura has picked up the slack for Braun's fairly mediocre start is impressive.

No one would debate whether the kid should be on the AS team. But.... right now I seriously think that Tulo would be in the MVP conversation along with Votto, Goldschmidt, and Yadier Molina.

Tulo wont win an MVP with Carlos Gonzalez hitting next to him. The voters prioritize how much carrying of their team the player does.

Tell that to Jeff Kent.

Kent and Bonds were the 2 best players in the NL that year, so one of them had to get it. Plus that example is 14 years old. Goldschmidt is more likely because his team relies on him so much.
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by Niners99:
Originally posted by jrg:
Niners99 is just excited about Segura because he got him cheap in his fantasy league. No way he is in over Tulowitzki.

lol that probably factored in, but im looking at the speed. I think the 17 steals compared to 0 for Tulo makes up the power numbers gap.

I just think the way Segura has picked up the slack for Braun's fairly mediocre start is impressive.

No one would debate whether the kid should be on the AS team. But.... right now I seriously think that Tulo would be in the MVP conversation along with Votto, Goldschmidt, and Yadier Molina.

Tulo wont win an MVP with Carlos Gonzalez hitting next to him. The voters prioritize how much carrying of their team the player does.

Tell that to Jeff Kent.

Kent and Bonds were the 2 best players in the NL that year, so one of them had to get it. Plus that example is 14 years old. Goldschmidt is more likely because his team relies on him so much.

OK.. How about 2 years ago then when Ryan Braun won the award despite having Prince Fielder with him. Prince only hit 38 HRS, drove in 120 runs, and had a .981 OPS. Matt Kemp was a 1 man show for the Dodgers and that team relied on him totally.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by Rubberneck36:
This dodger kid is 16-32 with 6 multi-hit games in a 8 game career. Not liking this kid at all.

Still going to give nod to Shelby Miller to win NL ROY.

Pitchers are figuring out you have to pitch outside to him first, then pitch inside; can struggle against effective breaking pitches.

Really? They are figuring him out and he is struggling? That might happen but it certainly hasnt yet.

He is not struggling yet, but MLB Network showed how pitchers are approaching him in his at-bats. They pointed out that you need to pitch him outside then go inside.

The thing Puig is hitting is fastballs. You throw him the breaking stuff and let's see if he can adjust to that.