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glenn__davis last won the day on June 15 2015

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  1. I think Hall has the higher upside so I take him over Rodriguez. But certainly there's a lot of risk with Hall.
  2. Not nearly as obvious as Rutchsman. There are those who have Hall over Rodriguez.
  3. Ah, ok. That makes more sense. I rescind my offer haha. The way Elias slow plays it I won't be shocked if he starts at high A next year.
  4. If Adley starts 2021 in Aberdeen, I will run naked around Camden Yards. (Assuming he's not rehabbing from an injury or something weird like that.)
  5. Wonder how MacPhail got them to eat the Gibbons contract? I realize that it wasn't nearly as much money, but Gibbons also wasn't nearly as bad a player as Davis has been. Aside from Gibbons, has ownership eaten a significant contract by cutting a player early? I feel like there was 1 or 2 more but I'm drawing a blank.
  6. Agreed. Good to see both Hays and Mullins putting together a solid season at this level. I think Mullins has value as a 4th outfielder who can play all 3 positions and provide speed of the bench. His arm is even worse than advertised though, and it was advertised as serviceable at best.
  7. Andrew, Philip...I mean you could've been Bartholomew or Thaddeus, so count yourself lucky.
  8. You know as unlikely as it sounds (and is), Buffalo has 4 left before our series with them against a hot Yankees team, and we get 3 against the lowly Red Sox. THIS CAN STILL HAPPEN!
  9. I don't think it would be more than serviceable. But just serviceable at all would be a huge improvement over the past few years.
  10. Right. We've discussed before, I think you can a make rational, totally non-emotional argument that non-tendering Mancini is the correct move. I don't think it's an argument I would agree with but I think it can be made. From a human and PR standpoint though it would be an absolute disaster and something that they really shouldn't even consider.
  11. It's 2 years after this one, right? I mean he's just getting worse. I think it probably needs to go down one of the worst contracts in American sports history, no?
  12. Do we know the catch probability on that one? It was an incredibly athletic play in the end, would be interested to know how many times that ball would be expected to be caught.
  13. I'm not so certain Hays is better than Mullins. Hays had a great 2017 season. That was 3 years ago at this point. Last year he was pretty average at Norfolk in a very high offensive environment and then had a nice call up here. I understand he's been hurt by injuries and I'm not giving up on him by any stretch, but the fact is it's been 3 years now since he showed sustained success.
  14. His AB against Brach last night was fun (easy to say that when you're up by 9 runs). Swung right through 2 fastballs and then made a motion as if to say "What the heck, how did I miss that?" We saw Brach do that to a lot of guys during his time here.
  15. Mullins has the OPS almost to .800 as well and is playing pretty good defense in CF. Glad to see all of these guys making the most of the opportunities right now. Especially happy for Stewart and Mullins who I've always felt have been discarded a bit too quickly around here at times.
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