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As of today (July 2nd.)

 

HOME RUNS: llllllllllllll 12

RBI's: lllllll..lllllllllllllllll  37

DOUBLES: lllll.llllllllllllll  15

TRIPLES: lllllllllllll..llllll  1

 

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BATTING AVG: llll.llllll  .287 lllll (87 for 303)

ON-BASE %: )))lllllllllll))  .319

OBP + SLG: llllllllllllllllllll .781

 

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5 minutes ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

You have last year's numbers for comparison? Or should we put Weiter's up there for this season?

Wieters:  65 G, 254 PA, 25 runs, 58 hits, 12 2B, 7 HR, 31 RBI, 1 SB, 16 BB, 48 K, 245/.295/.384, .679 OPS, 75 OPS+

The backup C Jose Lobaton is OPSing .441, 14 OPS+ in 81 PA.  Fourteen.

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1 hour ago, 25 Nuggets said:

 

Matthew Wieters:  65 G, 254 PA, 25 runs, 58 hits, 12 2B, 7 HR, 31 RBI, 1 SB, 16 BB, 48 K,  .245/.295/.384, .679 OPS, 75 OPS+.

The Nationals' backup, Catcher Jose Lobaton,  is OPS-ing .441 and has a 14 OPS+ in 81 Plate Appearances.  Fourteen.

 

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12 minutes ago, Bahama O's Fan said:

Anyone have our catcher numbers from last season up to this point?

Wieters: .268/.321/.444, 9 HR, 37 RBI

Joseph: .174/.240/.203, 0 HR, 0 RBI

Wieters had a pretty good first half last year, and in case anyone forgot, was chosen as an All-Star reserve.     Joseph, of course, was abysmal.     

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As of today (July 24th.)

 

HOME RUNS: llllllllllllll 14

RBI's: lllllll..lllllllllllllllll  43

DOUBLES: lllll.llllllllllllll  18

TRIPLES: lllllllllllll..llllll  1

 

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BATTING AVG: llll.llllll  .287 lllll (104 for 363)

ON-BASE %: )))lllllllllll))  .326

OBP + SLG: llllllllllllllllllll .783

 

 

Matthew Wieters:

77 G, 303 PA, 28 runs, 70 hits, 17 2B, 7 HR, 37 RBI, 1 SB, 19 BB, 61 K ****** .250/.297/.386 ****** .683 OPS, 75 OPS+.

 

Jose Lobaton:

OPS-ing .492 and has a 26 OPS+ in 98 Plate Appearances. 

 

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(As of August 31st.)

 

HOME RUNS: llllllllllllll 25

RBI's: llllllllllllllllllllllllll  70

DOUBLES: lllll.llllllllllll.l  22

TRIPLES: lllllllllllll..llllll  1

 

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BATTING AVG: .......l...  .293 lllll (146 for 499)

ON-BASE %: )))lllllllllll))  .327

OBP + SLG: llllllllllllllllllll .818

 

 

Matthew Wieters:

106 G, 405 PA, 38 runs, ) 88 Hits, 18 2B, 9 HR, 49 RBI, 1 SB, 30 BB, 79 K ****** .238/.294/.359 ****** .653 OPS, 68 OPS+.

 

Jose Lobaton:

OPS-ing .503 and has a 29 OPS+ in 135 Plate Appearances. 

 

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3 hours ago, Frobby said:

Castillo had an unbelievable month, 1.113 OPS in 17 games.    

As I've pointed out in a few threads, despite Matt Wieters' mediocre numbers, the Nats are 69-28 when he starts, 12-24 when he doesn't.    

Mere coincidence?

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3 minutes ago, Cumberbundy said:

We are in an enviable position at C. 

I am still a bit troubled by Castillo's 5.45 CERA (compared to 4.24 for Joseph).     Just luck of the draw, or is his pitch-calling flawed?    Buck insists that the pitchers like throwing to both of them, but that's a big gap.

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