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9 hours ago, andrewochs615 said:

O's also seem to be the only team where without intersquad game footage other than a view videos posted by Roch. I can't find any. 

Posted where? Twitter? I haven't seen 'em.

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6 hours ago, MurphDogg said:

What jumps out to me is the absence of Ryan McKenna.

Not joining Mullins on this round of additions, he is the only 40-man roster member not in the player pool.

Considering they are playing ghost outfielders in the intrasquad games, his absence is notable.

 

Note: I deleted the other thread,  makes more sense here.

Maybe he's like Santander and DSJ? hush hush

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Just noticed. The Baltimore Orioles youboob channel avatar, the Bird has a mask "ON". 😛

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14 hours ago, Enjoy Terror said:

This has always been my biggest sticking point with Mountcastle. Everyone else disagrees with me every time I bring up my reservations about RM, so I concede that I am wrong. But I'm having trouble getting over this.

Prove me wrong, Ryan.

In all of MLB history there have only been five seasons where a 1B/LF/DH with less than 30 walks and less than 10 steals had a 5+ WAR.  And only 13 with four+ wins.

                                                                                                                                               
Rk              Player WAR/pos BB SB Year Age  Tm Lg   G  PA  AB   R   H 2B 3B HR RBI IBB  SO HBP SH SF GDP CS   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS         Pos
1          Felipe Alou     6.3 24  5 1966  31 ATL NL 154 706 666 122 218 32  6 31  74   6  51  12  2  2  11  7 .327 .361 .533  .894    *378/956
2          Joe Medwick     6.0 30  4 1935  23 STL NL 154 670 634 132 224 46 13 23     126  59   4     2     15 .353 .386 .576  .962          *7
3         George Burns     5.9 23  8 1918  25 PHA AL 130 545 505  61 178 22  9  6      70  25   8            8 .352 .390 .467  .857       *3/79
4      Garret Anderson     5.1 30  6 2002  30 ANA AL 158 678 638  93 195 56  3 29 123  11  80   0  0 10  11  4 .306 .332 .539  .871      *78D/H
5      Charlie Hickman     5.1 15  9 1902  26 TOT AL 130 564 534  74 193 36 13 11     110  15   7            8 .361 .387 .539  .926      *37/41

To be a 5 or 6 win player In today's offensive environment Mountcastle is going to have to OPS something like .950 (which will require hitting well over .300) unless he unexpectedly is a really good LFer.

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15 hours ago, MurphDogg said:

Jace Peterson had himself a year last year, he hadn't OPS'ed more than .734 at any level since 2014. Crazy year, I was curious to see what he would do this year, but I can't imagine he will get much playing time if he does make the Brewers. He is "only" 30, he could bounce around AAA for a few more years and maybe get another cup of coffee or two.

Sisco has some power, 18 homers between Norfolk (10) and Baltimore (8) last year in under 400 plate appearances split evenly between the two levels. He has a good approach at the plate, with a walk rate over 10 percent at both levels. His hard hit percentage with the O's was above average at 41.5 percent.

If he could be even average defensively he could be a sold second division starting catcher / top backup. I still haven't given up on him and I don't think he was much worse defensively than Severino last year.

That's one of my Ryan Mountcastle risk factors.  Can you trust anyone's 2019 AAA numbers?  Jace Peterson is still a guy who'll OPS .674 in the majors.

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1 minute ago, DrungoHazewood said:

In all of MLB history there have only been five seasons where a 1B/LF/DH with less than 30 walks and less than 10 steals had a 5+ WAR.  And only 13 with four+ wins.

 

                                                                                                                                               
Rk              Player WAR/pos BB SB Year Age  Tm Lg   G  PA  AB   R   H 2B 3B HR RBI IBB  SO HBP SH SF GDP CS   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS         Pos
1          Felipe Alou     6.3 24  5 1966  31 ATL NL 154 706 666 122 218 32  6 31  74   6  51  12  2  2  11  7 .327 .361 .533  .894    *378/956
2          Joe Medwick     6.0 30  4 1935  23 STL NL 154 670 634 132 224 46 13 23     126  59   4     2     15 .353 .386 .576  .962          *7
3         George Burns     5.9 23  8 1918  25 PHA AL 130 545 505  61 178 22  9  6      70  25   8            8 .352 .390 .467  .857       *3/79
4      Garret Anderson     5.1 30  6 2002  30 ANA AL 158 678 638  93 195 56  3 29 123  11  80   0  0 10  11  4 .306 .332 .539  .871      *78D/H
5      Charlie Hickman     5.1 15  9 1902  26 TOT AL 130 564 534  74 193 36 13 11     110  15   7            8 .361 .387 .539  .926      *37/41

 

To be a 5 or 6 wins player In today's offensive environment Mountcastle is going to have to OPS something like .950 (which will require hitting well over .300) unless he unexpectedly is a really good LFer or walks a lot more.

Good luck on ANY of those.

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11 hours ago, scOtt said:

 I don't know if I'd vote for him for President...

You are a smart man.

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3 hours ago, DrungoHazewood said:

In all of MLB history there have only been five seasons where a 1B/LF/DH with less than 30 walks and less than 10 steals had a 5+ WAR.  And only 13 with four+ wins.

                                                                                                                                               
Rk              Player WAR/pos BB SB Year Age  Tm Lg   G  PA  AB   R   H 2B 3B HR RBI IBB  SO HBP SH SF GDP CS   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS         Pos
1          Felipe Alou     6.3 24  5 1966  31 ATL NL 154 706 666 122 218 32  6 31  74   6  51  12  2  2  11  7 .327 .361 .533  .894    *378/956
2          Joe Medwick     6.0 30  4 1935  23 STL NL 154 670 634 132 224 46 13 23     126  59   4     2     15 .353 .386 .576  .962          *7
3         George Burns     5.9 23  8 1918  25 PHA AL 130 545 505  61 178 22  9  6      70  25   8            8 .352 .390 .467  .857       *3/79
4      Garret Anderson     5.1 30  6 2002  30 ANA AL 158 678 638  93 195 56  3 29 123  11  80   0  0 10  11  4 .306 .332 .539  .871      *78D/H
5      Charlie Hickman     5.1 15  9 1902  26 TOT AL 130 564 534  74 193 36 13 11     110  15   7            8 .361 .387 .539  .926      *37/41

To be a 5 or 6 win player In today's offensive environment Mountcastle is going to have to OPS something like .950 (which will require hitting well over .300) unless he unexpectedly is a really good LFer.

Has anyone suggested he’d be a 5-6 WAR player?     I’ll be pretty darned happy if he manages to be a 2-3 WAR guy.   

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12 hours ago, scOtt said:

Maybe he's like Santander and DSJ? hush hush

That could be the case with Yusniel Diaz. His absence is probably more glaring the McKenna since he was still on the roster when camp broke.

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53 minutes ago, MurphDogg said:

That could be the case with Yusniel Diaz. His absence is probably more glaring the McKenna since he was still on the roster when camp broke.

Tripled the night before they pulled the plug.

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1 hour ago, Frobby said:

Has anyone suggested he’d be a 5-6 WAR player?     I’ll be pretty darned happy if he manages to be a 2-3 WAR guy.   

I suppose the last couple prospect threads have graded him out to average regular (50 grade), which would be about a 2-3 WAR player. Looking at guys in AAA with strikeout/walk issues, or IL MVPs... they aren’t star studded lists of players and most haven’t stuck. He has youth on his side, still time to work on selectivity.

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5 hours ago, DrungoHazewood said:

In all of MLB history there have only been five seasons where a 1B/LF/DH with less than 30 walks and less than 10 steals had a 5+ WAR.  And only 13 with four+ wins.

Mountcastle is definitely going to have to walk a little more to be a true impact player. He had 10 walks over his last 27 games of the season last year batting .311/.381/.573, and obviously it is something he is aware of, so hopefully he can maintain that approach. That more than anything is why I wanted him to be called up in September.

Unfortunately he only had 14 walks the rest of the season. He had more walks in August than he had in May, June and July combined.

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