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Thread: A Realistic View at 2022: Part III

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjcsmoke View Post
    Sounds like Wade Boggs type numbers. And that guy was a DUDE for the Red Sox for a long time.
    .288 and a .779 OPS since the trade- hardly Boggsish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADSTORK View Post
    Lol on the run time !
    Your pink hat glasses have clouded your judgment

    Itís not about straight line speed itís about quickness base running skill and base running ability ask Lou Brock!
    Dalbec is a beer leaguer no hitting ability oh but wait he has straight line speed! Lol

    Betts AB Chavis Renfro soon to be XB the list is long and distinguished like my Johnson

    Is Paxson in the rotation? Ok, Iíll check back later
    Nobody said he was a great runner. We compared him to the even slower runners on this team you thought would have been better.

    You also changed the subject on Vaz being the last catcher available. Just admit you were an idiot on that one, and stop moving the goalposts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    Benintendi this year: .329 AVG! 49 H! 41 1B. 4 2B. 2 3B. 2 2B. 84% of his hits are singles

    Dude needs to do some pushups.

    Lol
    Another comment from the pink hat gallery

    Player is and was the perfect 2 hole hitter, he gets on base ! What part of that don’t you understand?

    But wait there’s always the possibility Cordero can hit a home run every 80 at bats

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjcsmoke View Post
    Sounds like Wade Boggs type numbers. And that guy was a DUDE for the Red Sox for a long time.

    He'd still be a hell of an improvement over the sub .600 OPS group of outfielders the Red Sox are trotting out onto the field now.

    But prospects right? So who did we get back and what are they doing now?
    Not even close. Boggs hit lots of doubles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADSTORK View Post
    Lol
    Another comment from the pink hat gallery

    Player is and was the perfect 2 hole hitter, he gets on base ! What part of that don’t you understand?

    But wait there’s always the possibility Cordero can hit a home run every 80 at bats
    Ah yes, the old "if you don't agree with me, you are a pink hat" nonsense. More of that smart, well thought out posting we know and love.
    C'mon, do something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADSTORK View Post
    Lol on the run time !
    Your pink hat glasses have clouded your judgment

    It’s not about straight line speed it’s about quickness base running skill and base running ability ask Lou Brock!
    Dalbec is a beer leaguer no hitting ability oh but wait he has straight line speed! Lol

    Betts AB Chavis Renfro soon to be XB the list is long and distinguished like my Johnson

    Is Paxson in the rotation? Ok, I’ll check back later
    It's "rose colored glasses" you fucking moron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    Not even close. Boggs hit lots of doubles.
    And his OBP is 65 points higher than Beni's- more if you compare it to Beni's numbers after the trade.

    Just saying both of their names in the same sentence is Pink Hat extraordinaire/ Beni apologist territory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    And his OBP is 65 points higher than Beni's- more if you compare it to Beni's numbers after the trade.

    Just saying both of their names in the same sentence is Pink Hat extraordinaire/ Beni apologist territory.

    Benintendi is closer offensively to a slow footed Biggio.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moonslav59 View Post
    Nobody said he was a great runner. We compared him to the even slower runners on this team you thought would have been better.

    You also changed the subject on Vaz being the last catcher available. Just admit you were an idiot on that one, and stop moving the goalposts.

    59 I respect your passion but get a clue!
    If the Team didn't carry 17 pitchers they would have had another pinch hit option other than Vazquez to USE in that spot. Im not saying Vazquez was the wrong choice Im saying there is no roster flexibility when you carry that many Pitchers and especially when several Hitters are struggling. Do you comprehend what im saying?

    I'll give credit where credit is due. Seabold Pivetta deal was a good deal at the time. Workman was injury prone and Hembree flat out sucked.
    Far as AB, he was 24 due "what was it" 8 million that year he was traded. The Player was a good defensive OF in LF, homegrown and was a champion. Where is the Patience I heard preached by Bloom?

    Renfro replaced AB ? No he didn't, but in your world he did, so if thats the case, Renfro also traded which amounts to zero return for both players at the moment. A 25 yr old projected SP and a 3B prospect who is 23 in high A is not a good return for 2 Starting Calibor OF's.

    You could have had AB KH Renfro with Verdugo as your OF and thats pretty damn good. Now you have 2 OF's under performing with two prospects who were to old to be traded for in the first place. Brilliant Strategy

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp 78 View Post
    It's "rose colored glasses" you fucking moron.
    Ill bet your one of those fair weathered fans who if someone was p!ssing down your back and telling you it was raining you would believe them wouldnt you? But thats OK, Redsox Ownership needs fans like yourself to fill the seats without caring if the Team succeeds or not.

    Just do me one favor would you, next time when you call me names, make sure its "Mr." f#cking Moron.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjcsmoke View Post
    Sounds like Wade Boggs type numbers. And that guy was a DUDE for the Red Sox for a long time.

    He'd still be a hell of an improvement over the sub .600 OPS group of outfielders the Red Sox are trotting out onto the field now.

    But prospects right? So who did we get back and what are they doing now?

    Finally a poster who gets it right

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    Quote Originally Posted by MADSTORK View Post
    Finally a poster who gets it right
    "Beni has Boggs type numbers," and you say he got it right? LOL, what a joke... I mean Mr. Joke.

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    Red Sox: Alex Binelas, 1B/3B (No. 21)
    The hottest hitter in the Red Sox system for the second straight month, Binelas has batted .278/.423/.432 with six homers in his last 23 games in High-A. A third-rounder out of Louisville last July who came from the Brewers in the Hunter Renfroe trade in December, he stands out most with his power and ranks third in the High-A South Atlantic League with 10 bombs in 34 contests.


    Need to wait on this guy before we finalize trade evaluation of Renfroe for JBJ.
    Not over till the fat lady sings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Red Sox: Alex Binelas, 1B/3B (No. 21)
    The hottest hitter in the Red Sox system for the second straight month, Binelas has batted .278/.423/.432 with six homers in his last 23 games in High-A. A third-rounder out of Louisville last July who came from the Brewers in the Hunter Renfroe trade in December, he stands out most with his power and ranks third in the High-A South Atlantic League with 10 bombs in 34 contests.


    Need to wait on this guy before we finalize trade evaluation of Renfroe for JBJ.
    How can those numbers be the "hottest" in the system?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick View Post
    Red Sox: Alex Binelas, 1B/3B (No. 21)
    The hottest hitter in the Red Sox system for the second straight month, Binelas has batted .278/.423/.432 with six homers in his last 23 games in High-A. A third-rounder out of Louisville last July who came from the Brewers in the Hunter Renfroe trade in December, he stands out most with his power and ranks third in the High-A South Atlantic League with 10 bombs in 34 contests.


    Need to wait on this guy before we finalize trade evaluation of Renfroe for JBJ.
    Need to see how much Bradley contributes on O before we can fully evaluate the Renfroe for Binelas (and Hamilton) trade.

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