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    I donít get that. Why donít they go after Scherzer

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    Seattle is paying a big chunk of Encarnacion's salary and Scherzer salary is > $25mm/year.
    Encarnacion is mostly a DH/1B and the Stanks already have Sanchez, Voit, and Frazier filling those roles well. Judge and Stanton will also be coming back soon. The power in that lineup is ridiculous, but their offense was clicking without the all or nothing big boys playing. Encarnacion is another of those.

    They really need an ace, so maybe they're building up for a trade for Scherzer or another.

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    I mean the Orioles are snakebit. I'm feeling bad for them here. Weird plays and none breaking their way.

    edit: man I can't believe the poor O's have to bat now. It should be an option for the home team to just throw in the towel in the bottom of the 9th.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Seattle is paying a big chunk of Encarnacion's salary and Scherzer salary is > $25mm/year.
    Encarnacion is mostly a DH/1B and the Stanks already have Sanchez, Voit, and Frazier filling those roles well. Judge and Stanton will also be coming back soon. The power in that lineup is ridiculous, but their offense was clicking without the all or nothing big boys playing. Encarnacion is another of those.

    They really need an ace, so maybe they're building up for a trade for Scherzer or another.
    agree, that trade did not make sense except it seems the yankees got a far better deal than the mariners did on it.

    but the yanks need pitching, not getting keuchel ? that might be a mistake.
    Eat em up Houston Cougars !

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    Jesus wtf I shoulda kept my mouth shut. 8-6 Sox 2 outs 10th

    edit: yikes. but a W. 8-6 Sox final.

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    Yanks still only get to bat 9, sometimes 8. Will be interesting to see how they slot everybody.
    But honestly, not really. I only watch them vs Sox.

    MLB.tv has a fathers day special for $50 for the rest of the season so I broke down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Seattle is paying a big chunk of Encarnacion's salary and Scherzer salary is > $25mm/year.
    Encarnacion is mostly a DH/1B and the Stanks already have Sanchez, Voit, and Frazier filling those roles well. Judge and Stanton will also be coming back soon. The power in that lineup is ridiculous, but their offense was clicking without the all or nothing big boys playing. Encarnacion is another of those.

    They really need an ace, so maybe they're building up for a trade for Scherzer or another.
    Frazierís days in the Bronx are definitely drawing to an end with the new pickup, which Iím a little bummed about. Hopefully whoever they add to the rotation will be worth it.

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    Frazier got optioned to 3a today. Gotta be tough on a guy hitting 285/333/522, and on pace for 20+ jacks. I hope they keep him.
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    Devers has quietly evolved into one of the best-fielding 3B's in baseball. He's good with the hot shots. And with the shift on, it's become important for the 3B to have range and he does. Last 2 games he's demonstrated the value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Devers has quietly evolved into one of the best-fielding 3B's in baseball. He's good with the hot shots. And with the shift on, it's become important for the 3B to have range and he does. Last 2 games he's demonstrated the value.
    Noticed he has been losing some of his baby fat. Saw an article this weekend about his "sneaky speed". Didn't get back to read it though. 3b has been solved finally.

    From tonight:
    https://twitter.com/redsoxstats/stat...87450031345664
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Devers has quietly evolved into one of the best-fielding 3B's in baseball. He's good with the hot shots. And with the shift on, it's become important for the 3B to have range and he does. Last 2 games he's demonstrated the value.
    And he hit the furthest opposite field home run ever measured by statcast

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    Bogaerts is a monster this year.

    Not trying to rain on Rafyís parade, I love the guy- but isnít Devers still the kind of player who will make a couple awesome plays on the hot corner and drop a routine pop up in the same night? He still leads the AL for errors third, but I feel like a lot of those were early on in the season and heís lost another 15 lbs since then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    And he hit the furthest opposite field home run ever measured by statcast
    One of my favorite stats. What was the launch angle on that??

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    Yanks hit a bad skid dropping 8 of 10 or something but if they can put some W's up with this battered staff against the Rays and Astros I'll be pretty happy.

    I think the game last night by Tanaka was the best he's pitched since coming over from Japan, I can't remember the last time I saw a pitcher go yard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Devers has quietly evolved into one of the best-fielding 3B's in baseball. He's good with the hot shots. And with the shift on, it's become important for the 3B to have range and he does. Last 2 games he's demonstrated the value.
    Is that true? I haven't looked recently, but last I checked I thought he was still pretty high in terms of E's. Have always liked the kid, though.

    edit: just saw SJ mention that he still leads the league for 3B E's, so I'm wondering if ice is making the point based on what he's seeing recently, or if you look at the stats for the past month or something if he's better than he was. I've seen him make some really tough plays, but he also makes a lot of mistakes (which I think is to be expected at his age).
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    that kid is only 22 and just about every team minus oakland would be stoked to have him, but his defense is nunez-esque right now
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    100% right, but he has been getting better defensively. And that bat...
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    It should be an arrestable offense to bat Taylor, Hernandez and Barnes back to back to back. Talk about a black hole in a lineup. Itís especially painful when their best catcher has now hit homers in 5 straight games in AAA, but they canít find room for him in LA.

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    It's possible I got carried away about Devers a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    It's possible I got carried away about Devers a bit.
    Donít back off now. You were just getting on a roll!

    Devers is def a work in progress defensively, but at least to my eye he looks way more solid than earlier in the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    It's possible I got carried away about Devers a bit.
    Yeah, that's kind of what I was wondering. I think he has real potential, though--I mean, he does make a lot of really tough plays, he just also garbages up some easy ones. But I really think he's getting better, and again, that bat...
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    The ball just launches off his bat.

    Iíd like to think AC will help him continue to develop

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    Quote Originally Posted by JongDoe View Post
    Seattle is paying a big chunk of Encarnacion's salary and Scherzer salary is > $25mm/year.
    Encarnacion is mostly a DH/1B and the Stanks already have Sanchez, Voit, and Frazier filling those roles well. Judge and Stanton will also be coming back soon. The power in that lineup is ridiculous, but their offense was clicking without the all or nothing big boys playing. Encarnacion is another of those.

    They really need an ace, so maybe they're building up for a trade for Scherzer or another.
    Encarnacion doesn't strike out much and is a solid contact hitter and hits the long ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Self Jupiter View Post
    The ball just launches off his bat.
    Its launching off everyone's bat. MLB musta had Rawlings change the cores or the windings or something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timberridge View Post
    Its launching off everyone's bat. MLB musta had Rawlings change the cores or the windings or something.
    absolutely

    the ball is juiced

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