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TNT saw these numbers coming.

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And...you heard it here first...His numbers will be as good or better next year. Lol.

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Miguel Cabrera in his Triple Crown year: .330/.393/.606. Nelson Cruz right now: .326/.391/.612. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Boomstick?src=hash">#Boomstick</a></p>? David Schoenfield (@dschoenfield) <a href="
">August 12, 2015</a></blockquote>

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Remember way, way, way back in the offseason where a number of posters tried to undermine Cruz's season results with us by claiming he had a couple of poor months? "It's ok," they said, "he's inconsistent and prone to injury. Just watch."

Right.

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How are the mariners not at least a .500 team??

They are .500 on the road and awful at home. Odd team.

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I think that was sarcasm. Blink with CoC and you'll miss it. ;)

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I'm not real keen on guys starting after ten plus day layoffs.

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How are the mariners not at least a .500 team??

Pitching is very inconsistent and offense isn't that good besides Cruz, Cano, and Seager.

This is already one of trumbo's best games of the year.

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