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  1. Forrest Whitley - RHP HOU

    Box states 4 IP 55 pitches 37 strikes 1 HA 5 ks
  2. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    Talked about ad nauseam the last couple pages. Take a look, its a good read. Basic thoughts are Soto should NOT lose PT to Michael Taylor batting a scorching .215. But no one really knows what WAS will do.
  3. 2018 Completed Trades Thread

    Gave: Buehler & Darvish Received: Manny Machado & Ervin Santana League in Sig
  4. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Lazy commenting. Saw the 35+ comment and didn't take the time to research. I think the point still stands, no? 28 pitches in 1 inning when he's cruised in all 4 rehab starts. Could just be looking for reasoning like everyone else.
  5. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    Very true but it could also be said that throwing 12-15 pitches then resting until the next inning is easier than throwing 35+ pitches in 1 inning against major league batters on the road.
  6. 5/30 - GAME DAY THREAD

    First start in the majors since 9/29/2016, on the road, against the NLs best MIL Brewers. Rehab games against minors with Minor league umpires, finished his start hitting 95.
  7. Team and League in Sig. Guy is giving up on this season and wants Buehler. Darvish is thrown in for the salaries to work out. Why am I having such a hard time letting Buehler go?? Am I crazy for being hesitant? I could keep Buehler for up to 4 years at max $30. WHIP
  8. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    3 more Ks. Up to 10 through 5IP. This is almost laughable.
  9. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    4IP 1H 1BB 0 R 7K
  10. Early in the year the Dodgers stated they wanted Buehler around 140-150IP. May have changed with his great start but it's at least a figure. STL has stated around 100IP for Reyes. Newcomb pitched 140 in 2016 and a combined 157.2IP in 2017. IMO I would suspect no limits for him, especially if he keeps pitching well and ATL is in the hunt.
  11. Alex Reyes 2018 Outlook

    77 pitches, 54 strikes, through 7 innings at AA so far tonight. Oh 12 Ks to 2 BBs. NBD
  12. Yoan Moncada 2018 Outlook

    That is just factual not true. In 19 games/38 PAs against LHP in 2018: Leading off: 15g/27 PAs, #5: 1g/3 PAs, #6: 3g/8PAs. This will be his first game in 2018 batting in the 7th spot. Edit - these figures are total, so it includes all PAs during the game, in which a Reliever could be different handedness than the starter. But even if you filter for 1st or 2nd inning, he still has batted lead off vs a LHP more than the 6hole.
  13. Yoan Moncada 2018 Outlook

    For what its worth - through 31 games/141 PAs in 2018, he has 27 games/127PAs out of the 1 hole, 1 game/ 4 PAs out of the 5 hole, and 3 games/ 10 PAs out of the 6 hole. Also, batting .250 out of the 6th hole, .264 leading off. https://www.fangraphs.com/statsplits.aspx?playerid=17232&position=2B&season=2018
  14. Yoan Moncada 2018 Outlook

    Maybe an early post? Baseball press has him at #1 against RHP Doug Fister? http://www.baseballpress.com/lineups/2018-05-17
  15. Carlos Martinez 2018 Outlook

    1.40 ERA after his May 2nd start. At least be accurate when you're trying to justify that the NL leader in ERA is a "sell high" because you happened to trade him a week ago.