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The Farm / Michael A. Taylor
« Last post by imref on Today at 10:48:24 AM »
Guess he isn't a "prospect" but it looks like he's going to be a DFA candidate real soon.  .200   .293   .340 in 14 games / 50 ABs at Harrisburg.  20Ks, 6 BBs.
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by Slateman on Today at 10:38:53 AM »
Did I stutter??

Gee I'm shocked that 3 years later it doesn't look as good to have a 31-year old OF instead of two 25-year old pitchers.
Which trades did we not cash in on in the first two years?
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I love ceremonies.



I'm with you mitlen (unless you were being serious).
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by UMDNats on Today at 10:23:37 AM »
Why did we ever trade Felipe Vazquez away? He's on a team-friendly contract and what's Melancon doing to help us?

Can't believe we traded away Brad Peacock. We don't even have anything to show for it!
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by NJ Ave on Today at 10:21:03 AM »
Why did we ever trade Felipe Vazquez away? He's on a team-friendly contract and what's Melancon doing to help us?
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by NJ Ave on Today at 10:19:47 AM »
wat

Did I stutter??

Gee I'm shocked that 3 years later it doesn't look as good to have a 31-year old OF instead of two 25-year old pitchers.
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by Slateman on Today at 10:16:27 AM »
The trade was always supposed to look better in years one and two than in the out years. The problem was not cashing in on anything in the first two years (that's basically the problem with a lot of our trades, unfortunately).
wat
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by UMDNats on Today at 10:12:17 AM »
Adam Eaton proves that while "clutch" may not be a thing, "anti-clutch" is definitely a thing. Davey needs to pinch-hit for him in late-game situations when we need a run IMO. He almost always has a piss-poor at-bat and not only doesn't score the run, but usually does negative damage.
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by NJ Ave on Today at 09:57:01 AM »
The trade was always supposed to look better in years one and two than in the out years. The problem was not cashing in on anything in the first two years (that's basically the problem with a lot of our trades, unfortunately).
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The Clubhouse / Re: Eaton for Giolito Lopez and Dunning
« Last post by Slateman on Today at 09:50:26 AM »
It also disregards that he's a corner OFer and generally you need some power. If you go by OPS, Eaton has a .818, which is 19th in the NL among OFers.

Also, since June 1 (through July 13), he's not first in OBP in the NL amongst OFer.  Christian Yelich, Brian Reynolds, and Juan Soto all have higher OBPs.
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