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  1. That gif sums up exactly how I'd feel as an owner right now. As a Cubs fan? Godspeed Yu.
  2. I feel like he has something seriously mental going on with him.
  3. the worst part about this whole thing is as an Aguilar owner, I feel I must handcuff Thames. Which feels so icky.
  4. I don't know why you would stash Sano over Franmil, though. Sano has such a bigger roadblock at the moment...
  5. Well, Thames 2/4 with a HR tonight. Color me even more concerned.
  6. I feel gross saying this again, but Eric Thames
  7. Wind was also wild. Blowing in to boot, I believe.
  8. An IF hit (but a hit no less) and 2 more walks. Guy has consistently been very good so far.
  9. If there's one positive notion--Thames is not much better and hasn't been much better. Just to remember.
  10. Zach Davies has been very consistent and solid through 4 starts. Streamed tonight vs LAD and he went 4 scoreless, lowering his ERA to 1.19 on the year. He won't net you strikeouts, but he can be a helpful streamer in the right matchups. CC could be a nice stream tomorrow VS KC.
  11. Don’t Give Up On Franmil Reyes I understand that the playing time in the Padres outfield has been… well flat out annoying. They simply have too many options and outside of Wil Myers, no one is guaranteed playing time. However, Reyes has by far the biggest positive difference in actual slugging percent (.488) and expected Slugging (.811), good for a difference of -.323. The closest to him is Jordy Mercer, surprisingly, who has a -.278 difference between the two. Reyes has a 52.8 percent hard-hit rate and a 47.2 percent flyball rate. The ball is going to leave the ballpark often once he heats up. Oh, and he also has the largest difference between batting average (.220) and expected batting average (.364) of -.144! Stick it out!
  12. Not in the least. And against a weak Blue Jays team...