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What are you looking for from the rest of the season?

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4 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

Four gets you Gausman, two gets you Machado.

But seriously, it depends on the year. 1-1 this year got us a guy who was considered head and shoulders above the rest. I'm no draft expert but people are saying next year is more muddled. No clear favorite. So 1-4 might work out fine.

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8 minutes ago, scOtt said:

But seriously, it depends on the year. 1-1 this year got us a guy who was considered head and shoulders above the rest. I'm no draft expert but people are saying next year is more muddled. No clear favorite. So 1-4 might work out fine.

Also number 1-25 got you Mike Trout in 2009. The MLB draft is very different than the NBA and NFL and is far from an exact science. Going 1-1 in the NBA and NFL usually means you should be an all pro level player. That can't be said about the MLB draft. 

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1 hour ago, Can_of_corn said:

Four gets you Gausman, two gets you Machado.

Wouldn't mind seeing a guy like Gausman come through the minors with Elias' development team 

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8 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Wouldn't mind seeing a guy like Gausman come through the minors with Elias' development team 

But I'd rather have a Machado.

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6 hours ago, clapdiddy said:

Said it before, and I'll say it again.   I would immediately like to see an outfield of Stewart, Hays, and Santander.    I would release Chris Davis and make Mancini the permanent first basemen, with Nunez as the full-time DH.  

Like others have stated, I'd like to see the continued development of guys like Hall, Rodriguez, , etc.

I definitely do NOT want to see this team tank the rest of the season.   We will still be in the top 3 or 4 picks in the draft, and I'm OK with that.   I actually like watching this team now.   Also, a strong output by Givens, Bundy, Villar and Mancini could make them movable in the offseason. 

 

 

 

I wouldn't be so sure. Detroit, KC, and Toronto are really bad. And you can never count Miami out. Ideally, I'd like us to win as many games as possible, but I respect everyone's focus on the long view; I'd be content with a top-5 selection if it came down to that. 

Agree with much of this post, BTW; I'm interested in seeing likewise for the most part. That said, I know many have had it with Chris, but I'm not one of them. I'll stay hoping that the light comes back on, even if it's now 75 watts and no longer 100. He's flickered at times this season, for sure. 

I also hope for strong finishes by the latter four players mentioned, although for me, it's so that they can finish on a high note and possibly gain just that much more of a confidence boost heading into '20, not to trade any of them.

But again, I know it's about the big picture and my head often needs to remind my heart of that. (I still adamantly don't want us to deal Trey, though.)

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30 minutes ago, Lucky_13 said:

Wouldn't mind seeing a guy like Gausman come through the minors with Elias' development team 

You could name about 6 pitchers you wish that for...

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4 minutes ago, ScGO's said:

Lose less than 100 games. I think we have to go about .500 the rest of the way to avoid it

27-28

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It's crazy how much optimism I have for the team. My hopes are similar to a lot of the other posters. If we ever start doing well with a lot of homegrown talent I will be thrilled. If the pitching develops at all I think we win 70 games next year which would be a huge jump. 

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4 hours ago, Can_of_corn said:

Four gets you Gausman, two gets you Machado.

Machado went third.    Two gets you Jameson Taillon.   

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Just now, Frobby said:

Machado went third.    Two gets you Jameson Taillon.   

If you picked second that year you could have had Machado.

O's have never picked second so I didn't have an Oriole example to use.

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3 minutes ago, Can_of_corn said:

If you picked second that year you could have had Machado.

O's have never picked second so I didn't have an Oriole example to use.

Well, I agree with the point that there are better odds of making a good pick at no. 2 vs. no. 4.

No. 2: 46 out of 55 have made the majors; 708 WAR total.

No. 4: 44 out of 55 have made the majors; 572 WAR total.  

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I want as many guys as possible to have a chance and I want the guys who’ve already had a chance and shown no progress to go away.

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I want to see the lineup below on OD, so I want the stuff that has to go right to make that happen. 

Means, Bundy, Cobb, Wojo, Akin

Givens, Armstrong, Fry, Harvey, Tate, Scott, Bleier, Brooks/Eshelman/Yac/Hess

I want to see our young relievers given a chance in classic reliever roles.  So we need an 8 man pen with milb vet SP types to be shuttled up/down all year to take the beatings.

Villar SS, Mancini LF, Santander RF, Nunez DH, Mountcastle 1B, Sisco/Severino C, Alberto 2B, Peterson 3B, Hays CF

Sisco/Severino, Wilkerson, Smith/Stewart

I think that’s an above average offense in MLB. Below average defensively. Below average rotation. Bullpen has potential to be average, if workload isn’t too much. 

Maybe a 60-65 win team?

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