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  1. Look at Ray Ray Run

    '''NFL Thread '2019-'2020 THIS IS ''''THE BEARS' YEAR!

    20 pass attempts. 73 yards. Off a bye week. 4 runs. Trubisky is awful and for some reason the Bears are piggy backing off him.
  2. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    A 26 year old guy who has accumulated 7 WAR in roughly 260 games (a 4 WAR/162 AVG) with three years (or 4?) of control left is certainly not going to be cheap.
  3. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    Yeah, posted that transcript on the previous page.
  4. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    Yeah I guess I'm just going off the fact that he's a real good athlete with nice speed for being 6'4.
  5. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    I've never read a single scouting report on Micker that didn't list + overall defender. He's got pretty good speed for his size, moves well, and has a great arm. Not enough defensive metrics for the MiLB but his scouting reports don't cite a - defensively anywhere. Maybe he's average in RF with an elite arm which would make him above average.
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    A Realistic Offseason

    His arm bouncing all the way back - which looks to be the case - is huge for Adolfo. He's a + defender with an elite arm. Pair that with 30-40 HR power, he could hit 240 and be a 4 WAR player.
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    Yankees AND Dodgers both going strong into FA

    The yankees and Dodgers arent going to overspend the market just for the sake of doing it. I have no idea why people continue to parrot this.
  8. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    Both are awful - hard pass.
  9. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    How are either one being "rushed?"
  10. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    Robert: Did you have a chance to see Micker Adolfo in Arizona? Do you think he can still unlock his massive tools if he stays healthy? Keith Law: Yep, can still hit, with power, going to swing and miss but will walk some and hit enough HR to profile as a regular. Not 100% about this off-season, but I found this response to be a good thing at the least.
  11. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    Hard to say that a team that won 72 games is going to improve by 18 wins+ and win it all - I dont think that means much. While the White Sox seemed to heighten expectations last year, they are doing the opposite this year. This team has always worked better in the shadows than out front. They should stick to that. They just dont have the budget that large budget teams have so they shouldnt act arrogant like they did last year.
  12. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    I think that wood contract is pretty spot on.
  13. Look at Ray Ray Run

    A Realistic Offseason

    I think the White Sox understand the importance of this off-season. They talked a big game last year and came up short - destroying their PR even further and alienating their fanbase. They have been relatively quiet with this offseason approaching and I would consider that good news; they appear to have learned from their mistake. They said the "money will be spent" and I think they understand the importance of meeting expectations this time around. Time will tell.
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    Madrigal Wins Gold Glove

    So... what have you calculated to be a sustainable BABIP for TA? The new baseball very clearly spiked BABIP'S - last year had like 5 of the highest in league history. What do you project his BABIP to be next year and where would that put him at average wise? I think his skill set is very well suited to be a 300ish hitter going forward until his hands slow down. Was there some luck in his outcomes last year? Probably to an extent. Is using data from an older baseball to normalize his BABIP a good idea? Probably not. Do you think .276 would be a good barometer for TA's BA O/U (over/under) next year? I know if the number was set a .276 I'd be investing in a max wager (probably low limits of about $500) at multiple shops on the over.
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    Madrigal Wins Gold Glove

    Hes not a .335 hitter but he just hit .335. Interesting. Maybe he's not projected to be one next year but he's certainly a .335 hitter since that's exactly what he hit. Then you go on to say he's not a .300 hitter. Uh, ok pal. Interesting take. Guy who hits 335 isnt a 300 hitter. There are many ways to skin a cat - trying to take away his aggression is changing who he is as a hitter. Youd have traded javy baez too.
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