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Who wins the OPS race on the team?


bpilktree

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I remember last year we were discussing if any player would have an OPS over .800 and who would lead the team at the end.   This year looks like a pretty tight race with a handful of guys in the competition, so I figured we could have some predictions again this season.  As it stands right now. O’hearn leads but others are on his heels. 

O’Hearn .838

Rutschman .814

Mullins .801

Santander .801

Henderson .791

Mountcastle.791

Hays .763

 

i am going to go with Santander as he seems about due for another power surge in the next month or so.

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21 minutes ago, bpilktree said:

I remember last year we were discussing if any player would have an OPS over .800 and who would lead the team at the end.   This year looks like a pretty tight race with a handful of guys in the competition, so I figured we could have some predictions again this season.  As it stands right now. O’hearn leads but others are on his heels. 

O’Hearn .838

Rutschman .814

Mullins .801

Santander .801

Henderson .791

Mountcastle.791

Hays .763

 

i am going to go with Santander as he seems about due for another power surge in the next month or so.

It’s a tough call..do the young guys wear down?  Do the inconsistent vets end strong? How often does Adley catch? How many at bats does OHearn get vs lefties?

Right now, my slight lean would be Gunnar but it’s really close and this is a good/tough question.

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5 hours ago, baltfan said:

I am going to go with Santander.  It's a long season for both Adley and Gunnar.  They might be ground up a bit.  Gunnar hasn't been great at the bat recently, maybe he is a bit injured.  

I would have went Gunnar too but he has struggled since the back injury which forced him out of the Sunday game.  I think it is bothering him some so that might hold him back if it lingers.  

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1 minute ago, bpilktree said:

I would have went Gunnar too but he has struggled since the back injury which forced him out of the Sunday game.  I think it is bothering him some so that might hold him back if it lingers.  

It was actually the Phillies game he came out of and then missed next game. 

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4 minutes ago, Otter said:

I'm going with Santander; I think the HRs alone will push his OPS higher than anyone else.  Although I keep waiting for O'Hearn to come back to earth and level off but he never does...

Last 28 days- 108 OPS+

Last 14 days- 68 OPS+

Last 7 days- 53 OPS+

He's cooled off.

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