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Franmil Reyes 2019 Outlook

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The Khris Davis comp earlier was spot on. That's who he is. Maybe even with a slightly higher average.

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40 minutes ago, UberRebel said:

The Khris Davis comp earlier was spot on. That's who he is. Maybe even with a slightly higher average.

 

He is, and always has been, who I thought he was.

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really? man i thought maybe he would be a better BA guy than Khris davis..was thinking 275 -280

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4 hours ago, David Aames said:

really? man i thought maybe he would be a better BA guy than Khris davis..was thinking 275 -280

The comparison is solid, but he could be a better BA guy.  I'd say around .270 seems reasonable.  So, I guess a slightly better hitting Khris Davis since Franmil should be able to challenge his HR total.

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11 hours ago, UberRebel said:

The Khris Davis comp earlier was spot on. That's who he is. Maybe even with a slightly higher average.

Terrible comp. Franmil is going to hit way higher than a .247avg and is therefore, nothing like Khris Davis.

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This month's output:

.340/.333/.640 (.976 OPS)

4 homers, 9 runs, 9 ribs, 15 k, 0 walks in 51 plate appearances. 

Good for a wRC+ of 155

FRANNY MAY! 

Also I think Khris Davis takes walks, so the comp loses some steam. The power is there though.

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Somewhere between Max Muncy and Jesus Aguilar's 2018 lines seems about right. The runs/RBI's are tough to predict at this point, but they usually are for most guys. 

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26 minutes ago, 2ndCitySox said:

This month's output:

.340/.333/.640 (.976 OPS)

4 homers, 9 runs, 9 ribs, 15 k, 0 walks in 51 plate appearances. 

Good for a wRC+ of 155

FRANNY MAY! 

Also I think Khris Davis takes walks, so the comp loses some steam. The power is there though.

I'd imagine they finish with similar OBP's and probably OPS too since Franmil will hit for higher average with less walks

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is this guy the best bad ball hitter in baseball?

seriously his last two bombs would have been popups to 2B/SS for almost every hitter in basball

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This guy likes to hit dingers. Hopefully he can start walking at that 8% clip again when he stops hitting everything out of the park. A .350obp with his power profile would be sweet. 

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50 HRs health permitting. 

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6 minutes ago, Magoo said:

50 HRs health permitting. 

49.  Don't want to go too crazy... 😉

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26 minutes ago, KrunK said:

This guy likes to hit dingers. Hopefully he can start walking at that 8% clip again when he stops hitting everything out of the park. A .350obp with his power profile would be sweet. 


That would be the topping and would shoot him up the hitter ranks...

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Dude seems really awesome in his first at bat in a game for whatever reason.

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He’s carrying the Padres lineup right now. Clutch home runs all year long. 

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3 hours ago, Magoo said:

He’s carrying the Padres lineup right now. Clutch home runs all year long. 

actually hes the opposite of clutch, most of his jacks are solo early in games, late in games with runners on, not so much

Renfroe is the opposite

 

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41 minutes ago, Golden Spikes said:

actually hes the opposite of clutch, most of his jacks are solo early in games, late in games with runners on, not so much

Renfroe is the opposite

 

Considering nearly every Padres game is close I disagree. 

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6 hours ago, Magoo said:

Considering nearly every Padres game is close I disagree. 

thats not what I was saying, clutch to me is late in close games

11 solo homers

3 with men on base

12 in the first 6 innings

3 in 7-8-9

his late/close line is 3/18 with 2 homers and hitting .167

as someone who has watched every inning of every Padre game, I have seen him struggle in these situations

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7 hours ago, Golden Spikes said:

actually hes the opposite of clutch, most of his jacks are solo early in games, late in games with runners on, not so much

Renfroe is the opposite

 

 

Who actually can plan when they get a homer??  A good home run hitter may get 30 in a year so they are going to come whenever they come.   Great enough he gets them on a regular basis...

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10 minutes ago, Golden Spikes said:

thats not what I was saying, clutch to me is late in close games

11 solo homers

3 with men on base

12 in the first 6 innings

3 in 7-8-9

his late/close line is 3/18 with 2 homers and hitting .167

as someone who has watched every inning of every Padre game, I have seen him struggle in these situations

 

Regarding the 11 solo homers and 3 with men on base obviously a lot fewer hitters get on base for him then if he were hitting for Red Sox/Yankees/ for instance.  Hopefully he gets moved to clean up soon as that is where he belongs.   They just need a good hitter behind him.  

Regarding the 12 in first 6 innings, and 3 in 7-8-9 that is a mighty small sample size to make any statement on.  If it were 10 and 5 then that would be a perfect ratio.  Let's give it some time...

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8 minutes ago, knuckleheads said:

 

Who actually can plan when they get a homer??  A good home run hitter may get 30 in a year so they are going to come whenever they come.   Great enough he gets them on a regular basis...

I see him pressing more when its late in games, just my personal opinion

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2 minutes ago, knuckleheads said:

 

Regarding the 11 solo homers and 3 with men on base obviously a lot fewer hitters get on base for him then if he were hitting for Red Sox/Yankees/ for instance.  Hopefully he gets moved to clean up soon as that is where he belongs.   They just need a good hitter behind him.  

Regarding the 12 in first 6 innings, and 3 in 7-8-9 that is a mighty small sample size to make any statement on.  If it were 10 and 5 then that would be a perfect ratio.  Let's give it some time...

you dont mess with him, hes destroying it hitting in front of Manny, his rbis will go up when Tatis returns, and I think the Padres should put Urias 9th

this is what my lineup would be

Tatis-Reyes-Machado-Hosmer-Renfroe-Myers(Boog Powell), Hedges/Mejia, P, Urias

would also help protect Urias hitting in front of Tatis

 

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