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Roll Tide

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About Roll Tide

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  • Birthday 1/22/1971

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    Ravens, Orioles, Football Official, Food, Money, Traveling
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  • Favorite Current Oriole
    J Villar
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    Larry Sheets

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  1. Just because a quy switch hits doesnt mean that he's good at it. He probably started doing it at some point and against lesser competition was successful. He's clearly not been very successful doing it thus far in professional baseball. I don't understand why you'd even ask this question though! You can clearly look at his splits and get my point. Will he hit better from one side of the plate? maybe/maybe not .... I can't imagine it being worse.
  2. LeBlanc was obviously injured this season but I’ll bet that Eshelman never has a season as good as LeBlanc has 2 years ago in Seattle. 162 innings 3.72 ERA.
  3. How in the world did a thread about the 2021 draft turn into a conversation about Curt Flood?
  4. Could be :.. but he may be better just hitting LH. Alberto is a good example of that. If not you likely move on
  5. I really don’t want either:... personally I’d like them at 1B/DH and have a good defensive OF. I don’t think Nunez will hit for a high average/OBP. We need to move on from those types of guys especially when they are limited defensively BTW, I believe in the big minus. As I mentioned, watching him in the OF he never made plays look easy. He might not have committed errors which will make your fielding percentage looks fine. I urge you to go back and take a closer look at the fielding plays. He never seemed to be able to park under a ball. Always needed to reach out to grab a ball at the last second.
  6. Because he sucks at it. All you have to do is look at his splits to tell.
  7. Again, I think switch hitting is his problem And if not you need to trade for a CF also.
  8. Also ....Vavra is forecasted to be ready next year by MLB.com. I would suggest trying him or Bannon who is also projected to be ready.
  9. You failed to mention defense from above. The problem you are facing in RF is the neither Santander or Stewart have much range. I thought that Santander looked shaky in the OF many plays this year even though he recorded outs (always having to reach or extend his arm to make catches). Stewart misplayed the ball off the palm of his glove the other day. Is here more of a DH type or a guy where you consider a move to 1B? Mullins has defensive value and has potential UBER value if he proves he can hit and have a high OBP over the course of a season. I thought he might stop switch hitting at some point because he’s just not good at it based on his minor league splits. Hays can’t be counted on to stay healthy. Personally my starting OF next year is Hayes, Mancini, and Mountcastle. I would use 1B and DH to make room and at bats for Stewart and Santander Hoping Davis retires and if he refuses you cut him. The player I hope to trade for a 3B is Núñez whom I think is a poor fielder. Also I trade or release Ruiz as he’s a AAAA ball player
  10. If he can’t work behind the plate he shouldn’t be doing MLB games. As a football official I can tell you that sports officiating is very in the click type work. The best officials don’t always get the most or best work. The officers of the organizations often think they are much better than they really are. Promotion to a higher lever , better games , or more games often requires what I’m mentioning. I have officiated in Maryland and Georgia for 25 years. I’m a good official but don’t buy into the click stuff. It usually costs me games, especially playoff assignments as the season winds down.
  11. I guess it’s okay to blame the small strike zone .... But I have to assume that it was the same for both.
  12. Destroyed in a double header against the Yankees....None of the offense, defense, or pitching decided to show up for the games.
  13. Mason Williams designated again after the 2nd game of the Friday Doubleheader per Roch
  14. That assumes the starting pitching holds up. I like what’ve I’ve seen from Kremer and Akin. You can expect a quality start from Cobb when he’s healthy. But, to pencil in 3 of 5 with this rotation is a risky proposition at best. Speaking of Cobb....Did they ever announce his injury? If he failed a COVID test, I don’t think it hinders his trade value in the offseason. I think it does tremendously if it was almost anything else.
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