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@chuckgarfein Dioner Navarro's career numbers:

As DH: .308/.357/.423

As C: .251/.310/.374

Navarro says he likes to DH. Only has to focus on 1 thing.

 

 

Bring up another catcher if he can hit well at DH and keep him there. Maybe that'd at least get his bat going and would take away his awful framing.

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QUOTE (flavum @ Jul 3, 2016 -> 10:45 AM)
Anderson SS Eaton RF Abreu 1B Frazier 3B Avila DH Lawrie 2B Navarro C Garcia LF Shuck CF

Rather see Saladino at 3rd and Frazier DHing. Improves D and doesn't hurt O. Also risk, although slight, of losing DH spot.

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Chuck Garfien ‏@ChuckGarfien 12m12 minutes ago

Jose Quintana takes the mound today. In his last 9 starts, the White Sox have scored a total of 9 runs for him. He's 0-7. #EndTheCurse

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QUOTE (GreenSox @ Jul 3, 2016 -> 10:59 AM)
Rather see Saladino at 3rd and Frazier DHing. Improves D and doesn't hurt O. Also risk, although slight, of losing DH spot.

Is Saladino better at 3B than Frazier?

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QUOTE (GreenSox @ Jul 3, 2016 -> 10:59 AM)
Rather see Saladino at 3rd and Frazier DHing. Improves D and doesn't hurt O. Also risk, although slight, of losing DH spot.

 

Frazier is good at 3B.

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QUOTE (pettie4sox @ Jul 3, 2016 -> 01:28 PM)
Sale gave up a homer in the first inning yesterday. It happens, Q is Q.

And the Sox offense is the Sox offense when he pitches. Chances are that 1 run is all Houston will need.

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Yeah, as much as people like to act like Q is a victim of poor run support, in the last couple of starts he's been a victim of not being very good. In the last five starts, he only has two quality starts (two of those starts were disasters, where he gave up more runs than IP). Out of 16 starts this season, he has 7 high quality starts (at least 7 IP, no more than 3 ER). By comparison, Chris Sale has 12 high quality starts and only one disaster start. If Jose Quintana wants to start winning ball games, he needs to start pitching better. Dude is certainly not an ace.

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