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Penultimate 2020 Thread: 9-26, the Feather series, #2

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Just now, MurphDogg said:

Happy to see Means end on a high note, fairly neutral as to whether we come back.

It just ticks me off if Boston is ahead of us. 

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2 minutes ago, scOtt said:

Is it wrong that I'm 60% rooting we lose this game? Draft pick...

Yes. It's wrong.  Unless we get somebody real good in the draft.

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1 minute ago, eddie83 said:

I admit I am same way.  

Really let’s be honest. Root for the guys who have a chance to be here long term. Mountcastle, Means and Hays. 

That said like I said watch them not use only this years record....

I thought that was decided and announced.

 

That being said... adding in last year's record can only HELP us.

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3 minutes ago, fansince71 said:

How many AB’s does Iglesias need to qualify for the batting title? He’s only 6 AB’s behind Soto who they show in the lead. 

It is plate appearances. 3.1*60 = 186. He isn't close. He had 146 plate appearances coming into the game.

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1 minute ago, scOtt said:

I thought that was decided and announced.

 

That being said... adding in last year's record can only HELP us.

Is it official? I thought it was expected.

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2 minutes ago, fansince71 said:

How many AB’s does Iglesias need to qualify for the batting title? He’s only 6 AB’s behind Soto who they show in the lead. 

It's based on plate appearances, not AB's, and Iglesias doesn't walk it all. You need 3.1 appearances per game. 

 

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1 minute ago, MurphDogg said:

It is plate appearances. 3.1*60 = 186. He isn't close.

Weird cause CBS shows Soto leading the NL with only 148 AB’s

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1 minute ago, eddie83 said:

I am looking forward to the playoffs this year. AL should be real good. 

Yeah. Even not being in, ya gotta love the Playoffs!

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1 minute ago, fansince71 said:

Weird cause CBS shows Soto leading the NL with only 148 AB’s

He has 187 plate appearances in those 148 ABs. He has qualified.

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