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1 minute ago, Frobby said:

Anyone can hit 5 homers in 5 games.    But 5 in 4 games?   That’s incredible.   

7 second abs.....
 

Are you suggesting that Caleb Joseph is just anyone?

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1 hour ago, Frobby said:

Anyone can hit 5 homers in 5 games.    But 5 in 4 games?   That’s incredible.   

7 minute abs.....

 

 

So since way back in 2019 there have been 14 instances of a player hitting more homers than games for four or more games.  Twice last year players hit six homers in four games.  Luke Voit and Aaron Judgt had six homers in five games this year.  Nelson Cruz totally legally hit seven in five last year at the age of 73.

                                                                                 
Rk                    Name Strk Start        End Games AB R  H 2B 3B HR RBI SO BB
1         Paul Goldschmidt 2019-07-22 2019-07-27     6 24 9  9  0  0  6  13  5  2
                                                                                 
2             Bobby Dalbec 2020-09-05 2020-09-10     5 18 6  7  0  0  5   7  8  2
3                Luke Voit 2020-08-17 2020-08-26     5 17 7  8  0  0  6   9  2  3
4              Aaron Judge 2020-07-29 2020-08-02     5 19 9  7  0  0  6  13  7  2
5                Max Muncy 2019-08-15 2019-08-21     5 16 7  5  0  0  5   8  4  7
6              Nelson Cruz 2019-07-22 2019-07-26     5 21 9 10  0  0  7  11  4  2
7             Yuli Gurriel 2019-07-02 2019-07-07     5 21 8  9  1  0  6  13  2  2
8              Jose Altuve 2019-04-08 2019-04-13     5 21 7  9  0  0  6  10  5  1
                                                                                 
9              Jeff McNeil 2020-09-06 2020-09-09     4 13 4  7  0  0  4   8  2  4
10              DJ Stewart 2020-09-05 2020-09-09     4 14 8  8  0  0  5   7  4  2
11          Randal Grichuk 2020-08-16 2020-08-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  5  13  3  0
12            Brandon Lowe 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 19 8 10  2  0  4   9  4  1
13           Dominic Smith 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 17 6  8  3  0  4   8  3  2
14             Bo Bichette 2020-08-09 2020-08-14     4 18 7  9  0  0  4   8  2  2
15          Anthony Rendon 2020-08-10 2020-08-14     4 13 6  6  0  0  4   5  1  5
16      Fernando Tatis Jr. 2020-08-05 2020-08-09     4 16 6  8  0  0  5   7  3  1
17          Eugenio Suarez 2019-08-25 2019-08-28     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   5  4  0
18              Tom Murphy 2019-08-13 2019-08-20     4 16 6  8  1  0  6  10  3  2
19        Aristides Aquino 2019-08-06 2019-08-10     4 16 7  9  1  0  6   9  5  1
20        Ronald Acuna Jr. 2019-08-06 2019-08-09     4 19 8  9  0  0  5   9  6  1
21             Pete Alonso 2019-08-05 2019-08-09     4 14 4  5  0  0  4   6  3  1
22            Jose Ramirez 2019-07-25 2019-07-28     4 19 5  8  2  0  4   8  1  2
23          Cameron Maybin 2019-06-15 2019-06-18     4 16 6  9  0  0  4   4  2  0
24             Nelson Cruz 2019-06-05 2019-06-09     4 17 4  7  0  0  4   6  6  2
25           Roberto Perez 2019-06-04 2019-06-08     4 12 4  5  1  0  4   7  1  2
26       Robinson Chirinos 2019-06-01 2019-06-06     4 15 7  5  0  0  4   6  4  5
27            Renato Nunez 2019-05-22 2019-05-25     4 13 7  7  0  0  4   8  2  1
28         Freddie Freeman 2019-05-16 2019-05-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   6  2  1
29           Marcell Ozuna 2019-04-14 2019-04-17     4 16 6  6  0  0  5   9  3  2
30          Mitch Moreland 2019-04-05 2019-04-11     4 18 4  5  1  0  4   7  5  0
31        Daniel Vogelbach 2019-04-02 2019-04-08     4 13 6  8  2  0  5   9  2  4
32              Mike Trout 2019-04-04 2019-04-07     4 11 5  6  0  0  5   9  2  6
33        Christian Yelich 2019-03-28 2019-03-31     4 12 6  6  1  0  4   8  1  6
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Thanks, Drungo, I knew you’d be the one to answer this question.   It’s a little more common than I thought, not drastically so.    I’d have to think about it, but I’d still say that less than 10% of players who get into a major league game ever do this.    

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20 minutes ago, Frobby said:

Thanks, Drungo, I knew you’d be the one to answer this question.   It’s a little more common than I thought, not drastically so.    I’d have to think about it, but I’d still say that less than 10% of players who get into a major league game ever do this.    

It has to be way less than that.  There have been something like 20,000 major leaguers.  I'd guess a few hundred have ever done this, as it's more common lately, and there are duplicates.

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Stewart had his 6th home run in 6 games last night.    Most of them have been crushed down the RF line.

“I was able to clear my head (in Bowie) and I’m mentally in a better place, not trying to do too much and staying within myself and trusting the work that I’ve put in during the offseason and while I was down there in Bowie,” Stewart said. “It was kind of a reset for me, and just getting an opportunity now and going out there and trying to do the best I can.

“I’ve had times where I’ve been locked in. When I earned my promotion last year I was pretty locked in then, as well, but as far as the home runs, never really as many as it’s been, honestly. And that’s the work we were able to put in at Bowie, understanding my swing and also during the offseason not trying to do too much but letting my body generate the power as opposed to over-swinging.”

https://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2020/09/early-defensive-breakdowns-doom-orioles-in-game-2-loss.html

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17 hours ago, DrungoHazewood said:

So since way back in 2019 there have been 14 instances of a player hitting more homers than games for four or more games.  Twice last year players hit six homers in four games.  Luke Voit and Aaron Judgt had six homers in five games this year.  Nelson Cruz totally legally hit seven in five last year at the age of 73.

                                                                                 
Rk                    Name Strk Start        End Games AB R  H 2B 3B HR RBI SO BB
1         Paul Goldschmidt 2019-07-22 2019-07-27     6 24 9  9  0  0  6  13  5  2
                                                                                 
2             Bobby Dalbec 2020-09-05 2020-09-10     5 18 6  7  0  0  5   7  8  2
3                Luke Voit 2020-08-17 2020-08-26     5 17 7  8  0  0  6   9  2  3
4              Aaron Judge 2020-07-29 2020-08-02     5 19 9  7  0  0  6  13  7  2
5                Max Muncy 2019-08-15 2019-08-21     5 16 7  5  0  0  5   8  4  7
6              Nelson Cruz 2019-07-22 2019-07-26     5 21 9 10  0  0  7  11  4  2
7             Yuli Gurriel 2019-07-02 2019-07-07     5 21 8  9  1  0  6  13  2  2
8              Jose Altuve 2019-04-08 2019-04-13     5 21 7  9  0  0  6  10  5  1
                                                                                 
9              Jeff McNeil 2020-09-06 2020-09-09     4 13 4  7  0  0  4   8  2  4
10              DJ Stewart 2020-09-05 2020-09-09     4 14 8  8  0  0  5   7  4  2
11          Randal Grichuk 2020-08-16 2020-08-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  5  13  3  0
12            Brandon Lowe 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 19 8 10  2  0  4   9  4  1
13           Dominic Smith 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 17 6  8  3  0  4   8  3  2
14             Bo Bichette 2020-08-09 2020-08-14     4 18 7  9  0  0  4   8  2  2
15          Anthony Rendon 2020-08-10 2020-08-14     4 13 6  6  0  0  4   5  1  5
16      Fernando Tatis Jr. 2020-08-05 2020-08-09     4 16 6  8  0  0  5   7  3  1
17          Eugenio Suarez 2019-08-25 2019-08-28     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   5  4  0
18              Tom Murphy 2019-08-13 2019-08-20     4 16 6  8  1  0  6  10  3  2
19        Aristides Aquino 2019-08-06 2019-08-10     4 16 7  9  1  0  6   9  5  1
20        Ronald Acuna Jr. 2019-08-06 2019-08-09     4 19 8  9  0  0  5   9  6  1
21             Pete Alonso 2019-08-05 2019-08-09     4 14 4  5  0  0  4   6  3  1
22            Jose Ramirez 2019-07-25 2019-07-28     4 19 5  8  2  0  4   8  1  2
23          Cameron Maybin 2019-06-15 2019-06-18     4 16 6  9  0  0  4   4  2  0
24             Nelson Cruz 2019-06-05 2019-06-09     4 17 4  7  0  0  4   6  6  2
25           Roberto Perez 2019-06-04 2019-06-08     4 12 4  5  1  0  4   7  1  2
26       Robinson Chirinos 2019-06-01 2019-06-06     4 15 7  5  0  0  4   6  4  5
27            Renato Nunez 2019-05-22 2019-05-25     4 13 7  7  0  0  4   8  2  1
28         Freddie Freeman 2019-05-16 2019-05-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   6  2  1
29           Marcell Ozuna 2019-04-14 2019-04-17     4 16 6  6  0  0  5   9  3  2
30          Mitch Moreland 2019-04-05 2019-04-11     4 18 4  5  1  0  4   7  5  0
31        Daniel Vogelbach 2019-04-02 2019-04-08     4 13 6  8  2  0  5   9  2  4
32              Mike Trout 2019-04-04 2019-04-07     4 11 5  6  0  0  5   9  2  6
33        Christian Yelich 2019-03-28 2019-03-31     4 12 6  6  1  0  4   8  1  6

For some reason Adam Duvall, ATL,  is not shown.  In 8 games from 9/2 - 9/9/20 he hit 8 dingers (two 3 HR games on 9/2 and 9 and solos on 9/5 and 7!). Also, 5 in 5 games from 9/5 - 9.  @Frobby

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1 hour ago, Frobby said:

Stewart had his 6th home run in 6 games last night.    Most of them have been crushed down the RF line.

“I was able to clear my head (in Bowie) and I’m mentally in a better place, not trying to do too much and staying within myself and trusting the work that I’ve put in during the offseason and while I was down there in Bowie,” Stewart said. “It was kind of a reset for me, and just getting an opportunity now and going out there and trying to do the best I can.

“I’ve had times where I’ve been locked in. When I earned my promotion last year I was pretty locked in then, as well, but as far as the home runs, never really as many as it’s been, honestly. And that’s the work we were able to put in at Bowie, understanding my swing and also during the offseason not trying to do too much but letting my body generate the power as opposed to over-swinging.”

https://www.masnsports.com/school-of-roch/2020/09/early-defensive-breakdowns-doom-orioles-in-game-2-loss.html

Who is the hitting coach down at the alternate site? Did Davis spend any time there during his rehab? 

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3 minutes ago, Aristotelian said:

Who is the hitting coach down at the alternate site? Did Davis spend any time there during his rehab? 

I think Davis' issues are well beyond what a hitting coach can fix.

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1 hour ago, Aristotelian said:

Who is the hitting coach down at the alternate site? Did Davis spend any time there during his rehab? 

Davis was in Bowie. But he was probably the guy who stood at the plate while pitchers threw their bullpens.

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18 hours ago, DrungoHazewood said:

So since way back in 2019 there have been 14 instances of a player hitting more homers than games for four or more games.  Twice last year players hit six homers in four games.  Luke Voit and Aaron Judgt had six homers in five games this year.  Nelson Cruz totally legally hit seven in five last year at the age of 73.

                                                                                 
Rk                    Name Strk Start        End Games AB R  H 2B 3B HR RBI SO BB
1         Paul Goldschmidt 2019-07-22 2019-07-27     6 24 9  9  0  0  6  13  5  2
                                                                                 
2             Bobby Dalbec 2020-09-05 2020-09-10     5 18 6  7  0  0  5   7  8  2
3                Luke Voit 2020-08-17 2020-08-26     5 17 7  8  0  0  6   9  2  3
4              Aaron Judge 2020-07-29 2020-08-02     5 19 9  7  0  0  6  13  7  2
5                Max Muncy 2019-08-15 2019-08-21     5 16 7  5  0  0  5   8  4  7
6              Nelson Cruz 2019-07-22 2019-07-26     5 21 9 10  0  0  7  11  4  2
7             Yuli Gurriel 2019-07-02 2019-07-07     5 21 8  9  1  0  6  13  2  2
8              Jose Altuve 2019-04-08 2019-04-13     5 21 7  9  0  0  6  10  5  1
                                                                                 
9              Jeff McNeil 2020-09-06 2020-09-09     4 13 4  7  0  0  4   8  2  4
10              DJ Stewart 2020-09-05 2020-09-09     4 14 8  8  0  0  5   7  4  2
11          Randal Grichuk 2020-08-16 2020-08-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  5  13  3  0
12            Brandon Lowe 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 19 8 10  2  0  4   9  4  1
13           Dominic Smith 2020-08-12 2020-08-15     4 17 6  8  3  0  4   8  3  2
14             Bo Bichette 2020-08-09 2020-08-14     4 18 7  9  0  0  4   8  2  2
15          Anthony Rendon 2020-08-10 2020-08-14     4 13 6  6  0  0  4   5  1  5
16      Fernando Tatis Jr. 2020-08-05 2020-08-09     4 16 6  8  0  0  5   7  3  1
17          Eugenio Suarez 2019-08-25 2019-08-28     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   5  4  0
18              Tom Murphy 2019-08-13 2019-08-20     4 16 6  8  1  0  6  10  3  2
19        Aristides Aquino 2019-08-06 2019-08-10     4 16 7  9  1  0  6   9  5  1
20        Ronald Acuna Jr. 2019-08-06 2019-08-09     4 19 8  9  0  0  5   9  6  1
21             Pete Alonso 2019-08-05 2019-08-09     4 14 4  5  0  0  4   6  3  1
22            Jose Ramirez 2019-07-25 2019-07-28     4 19 5  8  2  0  4   8  1  2
23          Cameron Maybin 2019-06-15 2019-06-18     4 16 6  9  0  0  4   4  2  0
24             Nelson Cruz 2019-06-05 2019-06-09     4 17 4  7  0  0  4   6  6  2
25           Roberto Perez 2019-06-04 2019-06-08     4 12 4  5  1  0  4   7  1  2
26       Robinson Chirinos 2019-06-01 2019-06-06     4 15 7  5  0  0  4   6  4  5
27            Renato Nunez 2019-05-22 2019-05-25     4 13 7  7  0  0  4   8  2  1
28         Freddie Freeman 2019-05-16 2019-05-19     4 18 6  8  1  0  4   6  2  1
29           Marcell Ozuna 2019-04-14 2019-04-17     4 16 6  6  0  0  5   9  3  2
30          Mitch Moreland 2019-04-05 2019-04-11     4 18 4  5  1  0  4   7  5  0
31        Daniel Vogelbach 2019-04-02 2019-04-08     4 13 6  8  2  0  5   9  2  4
32              Mike Trout 2019-04-04 2019-04-07     4 11 5  6  0  0  5   9  2  6
33        Christian Yelich 2019-03-28 2019-03-31     4 12 6  6  1  0  4   8  1  6

The hopeful thing about this list for DJ and for us is that most all of these guys have had pretty daggone good careers...

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22 hours ago, bobmc said:

For some reason Adam Duvall, ATL,  is not shown.  In 8 games from 9/2 - 9/9/20 he hit 8 dingers (two 3 HR games on 9/2 and 9 and solos on 9/5 and 7!). Also, 5 in 5 games from 9/5 - 9.  @Frobby

Because it was not in consecutive games.  I couldn't figure out how to run a query unless it was a consecutive streak.  So if someone hit three homers today, none tomorrow, three next day, and two in each of the next two... wouldn't show up.

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21 hours ago, tntoriole said:

The hopeful thing about this list for DJ and for us is that most all of these guys have had pretty daggone good careers...

They also have the advantage of all (or nearly) being active players.  Dozens or hundreds of players have done this prior to '19 and I'm sure there's some really random players in there. 

Remember the Jeff Manto streak in '95, when he had five homers in three games for the Orioles?  Had 31 in his MLB career.

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As encouraging as this hot streak is, I'm curious to see how he rebounds if he hits a cold streak.  I'm glad to see his comments in regards to the things he was able to work on mentally in Bowie and some tweaks to his approach.  I am wondering if that stays true for him on his next 2-25 stretch.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Moose Milligan said:

As encouraging as this hot streak is, I'm curious to see how he rebounds if he hits a cold streak.  I'm glad to see his comments in regards to the things he was able to work on mentally in Bowie and some tweaks to his approach.  I am wondering if that stays true for him on his next 2-25 stretch.

 

 

Sure.    I think Stewart’s career major league numbers are pretty indicative of who he is, except his power numbers are inflated.   The .243 BA and .347 OBP make sense and compare to .255/.358 in the minors     

 

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