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  1. 6/18 GAME DAY THREAD

    The players play today but did not play when the game was suspended, probably will be considered as substitutions.
  2. June Closer Thread 2018

    Obviously the idea is that they don't. And if he can't get them out in the 7th, he can't get them out in the 9th either.
  3. 6/7 - GAME DAY THREAD

    He was a pretty clear no-sell low
  4. 6/7 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Oh, they just talking about what I just said, that how Kingery did it right, and Odubel did not.
  5. 6/7 - GAME DAY THREAD

    Yes you can. It is basic OF defense. Use your glove to block the sun. If necessary take a slightly different route, to be able to block the sun, and still see the ball. It wasn't a line drive where you have no chance if the ball enters the sun. The ball was high, he had time to adjust. He screwed up. He never had his glove up blocking the sun. This is the Major League. This should never be a basehit at this level.
  6. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    I watched only the first 4, and he got the results. But cruise control? And sharp? He displayed poor control throwing his changeup. He controls his fastball much better, still he rarely hit anything near the spot the catcher asked. Several times he hit the outside black very nicely, except he was suppose to throw someplace else. But at least he missed inside strike zone and not outside, like his last start when he was very erratic. Watching parts of his last 2 starts, he reminds me a lot of a former Reds pitcher Edinson Volquez, who also had nice stuff but had poor control. Maybe that will come too. But as long the results are good, it's all good.
  7. Tyler Chatwood 2018 Outlook

    Thats a good one. To me the first name come to mind was the other Zambrano, Carlos, who pitched for the Cubs just as Chatwood. But I guess he is mostly remembered by his "dugout brainstorming" with his catcher, when he "brain stormed" him with a haymaker. But Chatwood's BB% must be historic
  8. Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

    Pretty sure it was the case for many players. Like Scott Kingery.
  9. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    No he was not. First 4 innings I watched not a single call was wrong. The ump was extreamly accurate. Castillo totally sucked. He was all over the place, and was lucky that all those runners were left on base. I have no idea what game you watched.
  10. Nick Kingham 2018 Outlook

    I would think streaming is not about what he did in his career, rather what he did recently. This is his most recent form. Sure, the Friars are not that frightening, but neither are the Richmond Flying Squirrels and the Louisville Bats
  11. Nick Kingham 2018 Outlook

    https://www.baseball-reference.com/register/player.fcgi?id=kingha001nic&type=pgl&year=2018 2018-05-09 AAA-IL Indianapolis Indians 6 IP, 7 hits, 3 BB, 3 ER, 3 K = ERA 4.50, WHIP 1.67 2018-05-14 AA-EL Altoona Curve 5 IP, 7 hits, 1 BB, 4 ER, 4 K = ERA 7.20, WHIP 1.60
  12. Jack Flaherty 2018 Outlook

    ROS? Is he? What about Reyes?
  13. Los Angeles Angels 2018 Outlook

    Anybody has any information about what they plan to do with the rotation? Cos now they have 5 starters healthy, yet according to MLB it seems like they have their #6 starter Berria penciled in for Tuesday, despite that they don't need a spot start this week.
  14. Jakob Junis 2018 Outlook

    There are facts, and there are other facts. One could be misleading without the other. Facts missing in your post: SP vs Cleveland in May Doug Fister Matt Moore Jaime Garcia Joe Biagini CC Sabathia Sonny Gray Domingo German Wade Miley Javy Guerra Jason Hammel One could conclude that any team facing this bunch of ... (use a word you see fit), could be leading the league in runs scored.
  15. Luis Castillo 2018 Outlook

    That remains to be seen.