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4/6/11 - Sox vs. Royals - 1:10 (CSN)

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QUOTE (TheBigHurt @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 02:44 PM)
So it' more logical to do nothing at all when you have a recurring problem than at least TRY something when you, in theory, have nothing to lose?

 

Yeah, good logic.

 

Seriously, do you think a hitting coach is this teams problem? Because if you, you're wrong.

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QUOTE (fathom @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 03:42 PM)
When he's healthy, I hope we find a way to get Viciedo some AB with the big league club against LHP.

 

I hope he can take Lillibridge's spot.

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QUOTE (La Marr Hoyt HOF @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 07:44 PM)
I'll see your CQ and raise you Alex Rios

 

Quentin's hit .211 and .213 vs LHP the last two years.

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So with Humber going today, will he be available to start on the 9th?

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QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 07:46 PM)
So with Humber going today, will he be available to start on the 9th?

 

Yes, they said as long as he went before Thursday, he'd be starting on Saturday.

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QUOTE (southsider2k5 @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 01:46 PM)
So with Humber going today, will he be available to start on the 9th?

Yes.

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Y2HH and TheBigHurt, you disagree with each other. Stop sniping

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Seriously, do you think a hitting coach is this teams problem? Because if you, you're wrong.

 

You could answer the question instead of changing the subject as it seems all Ozzie/Walker/whoever defenders seem to always do. No one thinks Walker is relevant yet adamantly oppose trying a new hitting coach. Sounds like a lot of people are afraid to find out they might be wrong. Otherwise it makes NO sense.

 

Just answer this: if the hitting coach is do irrelevant, what do we have to lose in trying another one when our offense needs to change? Just answer the question flat out, no deterrents.

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Coming into today, the Sox had scored 30 runs in 4 games. The Rangers have scored 35 runs in 5 games.

 

The Sox are still one of the top offenses in the league right now.

 

Seriously.

 

If "Something needs to change", then all we're going to do is go down.

 

Edit: oh, and you know how the Sox last year scored such a huge %age of their runs on HR? They were one of the top offenses in the league, with only 3 HR hit.

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QUOTE (Balta1701 @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 03:52 PM)
Coming into today, the Sox had scored 30 runs in 4 games. The Rangers have scored 35 runs in 5 games.

 

The Sox are still one of the top offenses in the league right now.

 

Seriously.

 

If "Something needs to change", then all we're going to do is go down.

 

Edit: oh, and you know how the Sox last year scored such a huge %age of their runs on HR? They were one of the top offenses in the league, with only 3 HR hit.

 

Ok, but 23 of those 30 came in the first 2 games. 7 runs over the next 3 games is no bueno.

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Coming into today, the Sox had scored 30 runs in 4 games. The Rangers have scored 35 runs in 5 games.

 

The Sox are still one of the top offenses in the league right now.

 

Seriously.

 

If "Something needs to change", then all we're going to do is go down.

 

In terms of what? And by what statistics? Who is worse fundamentally? Outs on the basepaths, overswinging, leaving guys on and not scoring on 0 outs and guys on third... lol.

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QUOTE (TheBigHurt @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 02:51 PM)
You could answer the question instead of changing the subject as it seems all Ozzie/Walker/whoever defenders seem to always do. No one thinks Walker is relevant yet adamantly oppose trying a new hitting coach. Sounds like a lot of people are afraid to find out they might be wrong. Otherwise it makes NO sense.

 

Just answer this: if the hitting coach is do irrelevant, what do we have to lose in trying another one when our offense needs to change? Just answer the question flat out, no deterrents.

 

Because IMO, while you have nothing to lose, you also have nothing to gain. So it's a waste of time, and an excuse for what are supposed to be professionals.

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QUOTE (TheBigHurt @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 03:55 PM)
In terms of what? And by what statistics? Who is worse fundamentally? Outs on the basepaths, overswinging, leaving guys on and not scoring on 0 outs and guys on third... lol.

By what statistics? "RUNS" are a statistic.

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QUOTE (TheBigHurt @ Apr 6, 2011 -> 03:55 PM)
In terms of what? And by what statistics? Who is worse fundamentally? Outs on the basepaths, overswinging, leaving guys on and not scoring on 0 outs and guys on third... lol.

Sox hitting .409 on the season with RISP, tops in the league, coming into today.

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By what statistics? "RUNS" are a statistic.

 

A what is the criteria? 5 games? Needless to say we should have scored plenty more so fat.

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