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Offline baseball_love

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Offline Skinz72

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Re: "Rhinehart Building Impressive Resume"
« Reply #1: October 27, 2008, 02:06:35 PM »
Big Bill had the best game so far for the Peoria Saguaros’ on Saturday, Oct. 25th:
2 for 6
1 HR
1 Double
3 RBI’s
2 Runs

On really interesting note:  He played Left Outfield!!!  Not certain what that’s all about…

Also, Leonard Davis is doing pretty well, too in the AFL. 

.326 AVG
11 Games
2 HR’s
11 RBI’s
43 AB
7 SO

His strikeout counts are down, which is his biggest knock against him.  He struck out 23% of the time during the summer, and he’s down to 16%.  Not bad – moving in the right direction.  I definitely see Davis getting an honest chance at earning an OF position with the Nats in 2009.

Offline Skinz72

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Re: "Rhinehart Building Impressive Resume"
« Reply #2: November 24, 2008, 06:12:19 PM »
He finished the AFL off really strong:
.326 AVG
19 RUNS
11 Doubles
4 HR's
28 RBI's
OBP 392
SLG .598
OPS .990

Also, an annoyingly poor interview with Bill via Ladies Locker Room (??)


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Re: "Rhinehart Building Impressive Resume"
« Reply #3: November 26, 2008, 09:27:04 AM »
Before one gets all excited about AFL stats, here's some Nats stats from 2005.  From these tell me who became MLers!   Names below, reverse spelled:

       Avg/OBP/Slug/OPS
A = .339/.446/.525/.971
B = .376/.417/.518/.935
C = .266/.310/.607/.917
D = .250/.308/.375/.683
E = .263/.317/.368/.685

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(A=yawdaorb, B=ssirah nodnerb, C=ocnalb, D=llesetihw, E=mmiz)

Offline tomterp

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Re: "Rhinehart Building Impressive Resume"
« Reply #4: November 26, 2008, 09:39:50 AM »
Haha, nice post Vladihondo.  We're all suitably chastened.