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Juan Soto 2018 Outlook

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Good.  As a Braves fan I hope they continue to bench the guy with the career .433 OBP and bat him low in the order when he plays.  

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6 hours ago, kidtwentytwo said:

Good.  As a Braves fan I hope they continue to bench the guy with the career .433 OBP and bat him low in the order when he plays.  

 

It is a tad amazing that managers are loath to bat a young guy high up in the order, or trust his performance. I get it; to an extent, and as much as we can mock the concept, placating the vets is a thing...but 7th tonight v Gray? Lol. Ok. 

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9 minutes ago, mcbane said:

 

It is a tad amazing that managers are loath to bat a young guy high up in the order, or trust his performance. I get it; to an extent, and as much as we can mock the concept, placating the vets is a thing...but 7th tonight v Gray? Lol. Ok. 

 

7th is too low, but he has struggled each time they’ve put him at the top of the order.  I think keeping pressure off him is actually good for him.

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What a monster. I love how he sprays the ball all over. 

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Might've been the flukiest home run I've seen all year but his plate approach continues to impress.

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23 hours ago, RotoGenius said:

What a surprise that Washington isn't hitting well with its best hitter out of the lineup.

 

giphy.webp

 

Don't expect him to be riding the pine again anytime soon.

 

Lololololololololol

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oh my.  that one wasn't cheap.

 

this kid is gonna be a superstar.

 

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Just now, ragrag said:

oh my.  that one wasn't cheap.

 

this kid is gonna be a superstar.

 

for reference is went OVER the yankees bullpen

 

436 ft 111mph exit velo

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46 minutes ago, absknicks said:

Might've been the flukiest home run I've seen all year but his plate approach continues to impress.

 

Please jinx and challenge him more. That 436 footer was a beauty.

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Rendon's reaction says it all.

 

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League winner. 

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18 minutes ago, Nickdoggmoneycash said:

Jesus christ. That ball was launched. Off a lefty, too.

 

4 of his 5 homers are against lefties.

 

Maybe he's not a platoon player?

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1 hour ago, absknicks said:

Might've been the flukiest home run I've seen all year but his plate approach continues to impress.

 

There's nothing fluky about Soto's opposite field homers. He's been doing it all year including through the minors. He doesn't even center the ball and hits what looks like a routine fly ball and then it just leaves the park.

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1 hour ago, absknicks said:

Might've been the flukiest home run I've seen all year but his plate approach continues to impress.

 

Nah bruh. You don't hit a ball at a 45 degree angle and it still get out and call it a fluke. 

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BAT THIS KID 2ND AND NEVER TAKE HIM OUT OF THAT SPOT

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