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Just now, reiks12 said:

Delmonico with the homer, making a strong case for the 26th man

Nick is auditioning for a spot with someone else; don't think he's in line to be on this roster but who knows?

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9 minutes ago, Look at Ray Ray Run said:

Nick is auditioning for a spot with someone else; don't think he's in line to be on this roster but who knows?

If he could play more than LF or 1B he might have a shot at the last spot, but I agree, he has a better chance latching on somewhere else with a strong spring.

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4 minutes ago, South Sider said:

Lopez is locating inside and outside well. This umps zone is shit. 

All I'm looking for today:

Swings and misses on the fastball

Swings and misses on the off-speed he's been working on.

Don't care about anything but those two things.

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Just now, Look at Ray Ray Run said:

All I'm looking for today:

Swings and misses on the fastball

Swings and misses on the off-speed he's been working on.

Don't care about anything but those two things.

I have the game on but haven't been watching ReyLo that closely, how do you think he looks so far?

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1 minute ago, SouthWallace said:

I have the game on but haven't been watching ReyLo that closely, how do you think he looks so far?

I've been in and out of the broadcast because I'm working on a model right now, but I've seen some.

The fastball has been down in the zone too much, and it still looks a little flat but it's hard to say with it being down in the zone - easier to judge the life up in the zone.

His off-speed has absolutely had more bite/break on it so far; SSS warning though.

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I'm excited to see if the new veteran pitchers have any affect on a guy like ReyLo to unlock that potential.

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I really enjoy Collins ability to work at bats, and that fact that he rarely chases bad pitches. Now if he can pair that strike zone knowledge with a personal understanding of pitches he best drives (and attack those more) he could really become a nice piece.

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Nicky Delmonico LF/1B

Currently making his case for the 26th spot.

He has battled adversity and is still standing.

Sox may want a lefty on the bench. 

Biggest competition?

Aj Reed. 

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