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To be fair LaRoche's career norm in the 2nd half is great. .295/.354/.535.
Nah, I'd rather stick with real data. We can evaluate May and April + May when June comes around.Unless someone is volunteering to go through BR 16 teams x 8 years every day getting "RS through X games" data
in 2007 the team OPS'd .647 in April and .686 in May. wow
True, he can do it from his new phone
Instead of making a trade for offense, Mike Rizzo is hoping that players like Nady and Bernadina can step up during Werth's absence. #Nats
General offense comment: Right now we're batting a guy 5th who is a worse hitter than half of our pitchers.
Translation: we have no depth to offer as a trade.
He's not a better hitter than any of our pitchers at the current moment in time. He can't hit anything right now and zero power when he does make contact.
That's not what was said.
I think you took me a little too literally. He caught the point I was trying to make.
We need to sign Josh Hamilton this offseason.
They'll leak that there's "interest" and that there was a "competitive market value offer" and then he'll sign somewhere else and the Lerner shills will cite it as proof that the Lerners aren't cheap.
Only way this happens if if we deal LaRoche and put Morse at first, thus opening up a spot in the outfield for Hamilton. Werth's contract is too big for him just to sit on the bench, sadly.
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