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1 minute ago, Can_of_corn said:

Sorry, missed the commas.

Teams, other than the Orioles, make adjustments.

Yes, they do. Clevinger has a particularly good slider, but if I’m another team I’d give Nunez a steady diet of breaking pitches outside.

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19 minutes ago, Legend_Of_Joey said:

You know a team is having luck when Davis doesn't make solid contact yet drops a ball right in between the fielders in a shift.

Batting average all the way up to .167! In pre-DH ball, that's about the level where I thought someone was not a bad hitter for a pitcher.

Throw in his home runs and defense (most of the times) and we've definitely got a potential player, if he can refine his LOOGY skills. We wouldn't have to pinch-hit for him in NL games.

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3 minutes ago, LA2 said:

Batting average all the way up to .167! In pre-DH ball, that's about the level where I thought someone was not a bad hitter for a pitcher.

Throw in his home runs and defense (most of the times) and we've definitely got a potential player, if he can refine his LOOGY skills. We wouldn't have to pinch-hit for him in NL games.

His defense (-2 DRS) isn’t good any longer and hasn’t been since 2016.

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Jim Palmer's lifetime BA was .174.

Eddie Watt: .190.

Tom Phoebus: .170.

Dick Hall: .179 (only as a pitcher, also played other positions).

Moe Drabowsky: .162.

Power aside, another gauge of how pathetically bad a season Crash is having.

I only remember being hopeful when Hall was hitting--he even pinch-hit once in a while. But I guess the stats show he wasn't better than a bunch of other Orioles pitchers.

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YEFRY RAMIREZ ALCALA

 

5 Walks in only 3 - PLUS Innings Pitched.

84 Pitches ) (46 )Strikes, )38 )Balls.)

 

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2 minutes ago, LA2 said:

Jim Palmer's lifetime BA was .174 with 3 homers.

Watt: .190 with 3 homers.

Phoebus: .170 with 2 homers.

McNally: .133 with 9 homers.

Cuellar: .115, but with 7 homers--and 4 triples! (long career)

Hall: .179 with 2 HRs (only as a pitcher, also played other positions).

Drabowsky: .162 / 3 HRs.

 

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McNally had some pop.

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1 minute ago, Il BuonO said:

 

Just watching Mullins leg out IF hits is enough to hold my interest.

 

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He has 5 doubles in only 34 Plate Appearances (30 At-Bats) so far this season.

 

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