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About connja

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  1. Another poor start for Hall. Seems to not have his control so far this spring. Hope it gets better soon.
  2. What happened with Harvey? Looks like he's been doing pretty well early in starts then hits a wall?
  3. Is there anyway this works out well for the Orioles and we ll of a sudden have more money to spend? Or is it just a matter of how much less we will have to spend?
  4. so you're saying there's a chance?
  5. Does it need some normalcy? Normalcy last year got us a 5+ era and 100+ losses. I'm good with trying some unique approaches that keep the entire staff engaged each game.
  6. Why is Bundy sucking so much? Hard not to be concerned given his performance last year. Velo still not where it should be?
  7. what's up with Bundy's velocity? He was mid-upper 90's pre surgery. now low 90's.
  8. This season or the rest of his career?
  9. In order to get better, we have to get rid of guys like Hart. This is a move on the margins.
  10. LeBron James is the perfect example: https://www.totalprosports.com/2018/05/08/lebron-says-hes-learned-how-to-rest-while-playing/ During the regular season, LeBron’s average speed was 3.85 mph. Anybody who’s ever seen him explode to the basket or pull off a chase-down block knows he is anything but slow. However, that average speed is one of the slowest in the NBA. LeBron’s 3.85 mph average is in the bottom 10 in the league among players who averaged at least 20 minutes per game. And in the playoffs LeBron’s average speed is even lower, clocking in at 3.69 mph. How does LeBron keep his average speed so slow while finding a way to average 34.3 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 9.0 assists per game? By walking as much as possible. During the regular season, LeBron spent 74.4% of his time on the court walking, which is in the top 10 in the league. During the playoffs he’s walking 78.7% of the time.
  11. How desperate are the giants if they have to claim a guy who can't even stick on the O's 40 man.😯
  12. connja

    Austin Hays

    Ah, Larry Bigbie. I had such high hopes.....
  13. O's just doing their part to get these dominos rolling. With Escobar out of the way, Manny should be next 🙄😂
  14. Here's the thing - the difference between a 62 win team and an 81 win team is at least 2 months of games that matter. When teams only win 62 games, they are typically not playing meaningful games and fans have given up by end of June. If you're a .500 team you will likely be scoreboard watching into Sept. I'd like to see them interesting later in the year sooner rather than later.
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