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ChrisP

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About ChrisP

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    Plus Member since 5/05
  • Birthday 12/20/1977

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    MD, SC, GA, LA, AK, KS and now Edmond, OK
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  • Interests
    Jesus, Wife, Kids
  • Occupation
    Civi/Structural Designer - BIM Manager
  • Favorite Current Oriole
    Dylan Bundy (Guess that needs to change)
  • Favorite All Time Oriole
    Cal

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  1. (25) T1-T3 guys: Go O's! Tier 1: Players with high expectations of both making the majors and playing at an All-Star level for a number of years Tier 2: Players with an above average expectation of making the majors and being a solid contributor Tier 3: Players with an average expectation of making the majors and being a solid contributor For comparison..TX, Det, and BOS each have (23) T1-T3.
  2. I couldn't pick Diaz this high. He's been a .265 hitter for 2+ years in the Bal system and his plate discipline isn't great. I think this is telling year as he turned 24 on 10/7.
  3. With MC proving it clearly at the MLB level, he's my #2 as well. Only 14% (6/43) agree as of now...
  4. No snarkiness intended. Considering his history..I think it's 45% pitching 2 or 3 more injury-riddled seasons, 45% pitching 5 or 6 more seasons with middle-of-the-road health, and 10% pitching 9 or 10 more seasons with those early-career injuries well back in the rear-view mirror.
  5. Richard Bleier. Anyone else remember how sad he was to leave? BTW, He led the team in ERA.
  6. Is this really a question? He was drafted SEVEN years ago and has 15 MLB innings, mostly due to injuries. If HH lasts to become a FA (2026), it will be a success story for all parties.
  7. After paying CD 23 million for years, 5-8 for fan favorite who beat cancer? No brainer.
  8. Before the analytics...23 yrs old, 7 HR in 124 MiL inn, Solid K rate...nice pick up for little cost.
  9. Yeah, but what's his exit velocity, BABIP, and OPS+ for the position he'll play? FYI..that Trout guy only has a .960 OPS. It's the lowest of his career. Buy low? https://www.baseball-reference.com/players/t/troutmi01.shtml
  10. This is what I find odd..Baltimore owns his rights until 2026, 13 years after he was drafted. I know he was injured etc...13 years?! Draft: Drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 1st round (22nd) of the 2013 MLB June Amateur Draft from Bandys HS (Catawba, NC). Service Time (01/2020): 0.047 • Arb Eligible: 2023 • Free Agent: 2026
  11. Good for Cedric (and the Birds). I hope he sticks as a 4th OF for a few years. With the horrible extra-inning rule, it certainly helps to have guys who can get the runner to 3rd.
  12. If they stay in contention for the 7/8 spot, you have to bring the AAA guys up soon to help the team (RM). Imagine the excitement/momentum going into next year...Passing around the orange kool-aid.
  13. I wonder if he's got anything left..
  14. What's the old saying...Billionaires (or close to it before the past week) fighting over millions.
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