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    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    Iím going with trade.

    My best guess is to Miami for Dylan Floro, because 1) the Marlins are loaded with young arms but desperately need hitters 2) Floro does offer the Sox a good bullpen upgrade and has postseason experience with the Dodgers and 3) it works out in BTV...
    I like the 3 years of control for Floro, but I think they'd want more than Chavis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    I like the 3 years of control for Floro, but I think they'd want more than Chavis.
    Well they acquired him for a lefty reliever with a career ERA of almost 10.00 and a fifth round pick with no MLB experience, so the historical price isn’t TOO high. A controllable former first rounder could have some value. Take, for example, Christian Arroyo.

    I can see the BTV valuations being reasonable...

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    HR last night helps, but Duran's power numbers away from Polar Park still well below those at home. SSS caveat, but still kind of stark:
    H: 12 G, .286/.375/.735, 4 2B, 6 HR, .258 BABIP
    A: 9 G, .222/.349/.417, 1 2B, 2 HR, .286 BABIP

    WooSox as a team:
    H: 18 G, 33 HR
    A: 15 G, 15 HR


    I agree with some of the skepticism surrounding WOO numbers right now. We don't really know how that ballpark plays. At this point, there have been a few "jet stream" concerns posted by some who follow the team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
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    HR last night helps, but Duran's power numbers away from Polar Park still well below those at home. SSS caveat, but still kind of stark:
    H: 12 G, .286/.375/.735, 4 2B, 6 HR, .258 BABIP
    A: 9 G, .222/.349/.417, 1 2B, 2 HR, .286 BABIP

    WooSox as a team:
    H: 18 G, 33 HR
    A: 15 G, 15 HR


    I agree with some of the skepticism surrounding WOO numbers right now. We don't really know how that ballpark plays. At this point, there have been a few "jet stream" concerns posted by some who follow the team.
    2 Hrs in 9 road games is pretty good, too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    2 Hrs in 9 road games is pretty good, too.
    The issue is 2x as many HR's at home in PP. May need to be mindful about power numbers going forward.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    The issue is 2x as many HR's at home in PP. May need to be mindful about power numbers going forward.
    I get the point but 2 Hrs per 9 games is 36 per 162.

    That's a mind full.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    @SPChrisHatfield
    HR last night helps, but Duran's power numbers away from Polar Park still well below those at home. SSS caveat, but still kind of stark:
    H: 12 G, .286/.375/.735, 4 2B, 6 HR, .258 BABIP
    A: 9 G, .222/.349/.417, 1 2B, 2 HR, .286 BABIP

    WooSox as a team:
    H: 18 G, 33 HR
    A: 15 G, 15 HR


    I agree with some of the skepticism surrounding WOO numbers right now. We don't really know how that ballpark plays. At this point, there have been a few "jet stream" concerns posted by some who follow the team.
    Boston can be pretty windy, too.

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    Worcester kind of reminds me how scouts used to talk about the PCL years ago. You have to take the numbers with a grain of salt. The stadium was constructed for balls flying out of there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    2 Hrs in 9 road games is pretty good, too.
    But Duran’s .766 road OPS (and .222 road BA) is a little less than inspiring

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    Quote Originally Posted by notin View Post
    But Duran’s .766 road OPS (and .222 road BA) is a little less than inspiring
    Itís definitely a small sample size, but it falls in love with the reports that Worcesters Stadium pads stats. Itís a hitters heaven.

    Just one of many reasons to not scout the box score.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Red Sox fan named Hugh View Post
    It’s definitely a small sample size, but it falls in love with the reports that Worcesters Stadium pads stats. It’s a hitters heaven.

    Just one of many reasons to not scout the box score.
    It also throws a big question mark into how ready to handle MLB pitching Duran really is…

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