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Offline The Chief

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Re: Nationals vs Marlins, Game 3
« Reply #425: September 05, 2007, 10:48:27 PM »
Jesus guys, can't we have a single win or loss without giving each other barbs?  Just because we don't agree on our outlooks doesn't mean we have to be at each others' throats all the time :?

Offline saltydad

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Re: Nationals vs Marlins, Game 3
« Reply #426: September 05, 2007, 11:31:16 PM »
I rest my case...

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Offline NatsAddict

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Re: Nationals vs Marlins, Game 3
« Reply #427: September 05, 2007, 11:32:36 PM »
28 homers, 79 rbi's, and 43 doubles, along with all those strikeouts issomethin similar to what i envision WMP stats would look like in a full season

And a whopping 4 of the HR with RISP.  When it matters, he sucks.  RISP/2D he's driven in 9 in 74 chances with 22 K for a .123 efficiency; NL average efficiency is .302.  Bases loaded, 1 for 12 with 4 K for an efficiency of .083; NL average is .792.  In all RISP situations, Uggla's efficieny is .263, and the NL average is .390.  With runners on, and a run needed, Uggla is about the last guy you want up.  He's sits near the bottom among NL regulars in his efficiency at driving in men on base.  With 2 on in the 9th, there is almost nobody else the Nats would want up there than Dan Uggla, who is 4 times more likely to K than to produce a run in that situation.