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Garin Cecchini


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#101 JBJ_HOF

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 01:37 PM

Cecchini is the 4th worst hitter in the International League with a 32 wRC+.

 

.180/.207/.270, 3.3% BB%, 30.4% K%, .090 ISO.

 

What a disaster. 



#102 Snodgrass'Muff


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Posted 12 May 2015 - 01:51 PM

There's some user name/post synergy going on there...



#103 WenZink

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Posted 12 May 2015 - 02:28 PM

There's some user name/post synergy going on there...

 

Here's hoping that if/when Jackie is eventually elected to Cooperstown, he chooses JBJ_HOF to make the introductory speech at his induction ceremony.  It's only right.



#104 Hee Sox Choi

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Posted 02 June 2015 - 12:44 PM

Cecchini is still putting up horrible numbers - .190/.263/.254 :barf:  Not even much BABIP help coming at .271.  7.6%BB / 28.7% K.  I defer to you guys that have followed prospects for a while, what does this mean for Cecchini's chances of becoming an MLB regular?  Is there any chance of him snapping out of this and getting back to being the 50 prospect that McDaniels put him as?  Could he be injured?  157 PAs is not too much of a small sample size anymore.  Thanks for any opinions or thoughts about him.  



#105 semsox

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Posted 02 June 2015 - 12:55 PM

Chris Hatfield (of SoxProspects) opined on Twitter that Cecchini's problems could be stemming from trying to sell out for power, which strikes me as a reasonable take. From what I recall, Cecchini's scouting report always talked about his ability to square up the ball, and even if the power never came, he had a plus hit tool. Hard to imagine his numbers would collapse so drastically unless he did some serious re-tooling to get away from that approach.



#106 radsoxfan


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Posted 02 June 2015 - 07:02 PM

Cecchini is still putting up horrible numbers - .190/.263/.254 :barf:  Not even much BABIP help coming at .271.  7.6%BB / 28.7% K.  I defer to you guys that have followed prospects for a while, what does this mean for Cecchini's chances of becoming an MLB regular?  Is there any chance of him snapping out of this and getting back to being the 50 prospect that McDaniels put him as?  Could he be injured?  157 PAs is not too much of a small sample size anymore.  Thanks for any opinions or thoughts about him.  

 

 

I wonder if Keith Law still thinks his floor is Bill Mueller. 



#107 touchstone033

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Posted 04 June 2015 - 08:39 AM

I know RBIs are heavily context-dependent and not really indicative of talent -- but Cecchini has only 2 RBIs through June 3.



#108 benhogan


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Posted 04 June 2015 - 09:05 AM

it's time to call Mom



#109 Dummy Hoy


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Posted 04 June 2015 - 09:11 AM

Cecchini is still putting up horrible numbers - .190/.263/.254 :barf:  Not even much BABIP help coming at .271.  7.6%BB / 28.7% K.  I defer to you guys that have followed prospects for a while, what does this mean for Cecchini's chances of becoming an MLB regular?  Is there any chance of him snapping out of this and getting back to being the 50 prospect that McDaniels put him as?  Could he be injured?  157 PAs is not too much of a small sample size anymore.  Thanks for any opinions or thoughts about him.  

 

165 PA (as of today) is indeed a small sample compared to his much larger sample of numbers he has put up his career up until this year. Plus his BABIP is 100 points lower than his career average.

 

He's been horrific for a month and a half of games, and there could be different reasons for it (injury, change in approach, mental issues stemming from last season/feeling blocked), but it is a small sample.


Edited by Dummy Hoy, 04 June 2015 - 09:11 AM.


#110 touchstone033

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Posted 05 June 2015 - 01:53 PM

At this point, Cecchini is hitting .241/.320/.337 over 154 AAA games and 632 plate appearances. Add those numbers to his borderline defensive skills, and it's hard to argue with confidence at this point that he's got a major-league future.



#111 touchstone033

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Posted 08 June 2015 - 10:05 AM

Just when I open my big mouth...

 

 

 

After a single off the bat of Allen Craig and a pair of walks by Travis Shaw and Deven Marrero loaded the bases in the fifth inning, first baseman Garin Cecchini hit a grand slam to right to break open a one-run game. The 24-year-old finished the day 2-for-5, raising his average to .192. Cecchini’s grand slam was the first of the year for Pawtucket.

 

Cecchini apparently had shoulder inflammation in April, so maybe he's been bothered by the injury throughout May. He's gone through a mini-streak lately -- and while it's idiotic to read too much into these little bursts of production, I'm an idiot, so maybe this is a sign he's healthy and back. 



#112 The Gray Eagle


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Posted 07 July 2015 - 10:33 AM

He's somehow managed to get worse: now down to .187/.262/.280. He's 4 for his last 32, but he has gone 2 for his last 12, so he's on a (relative) hot streak! 

 

This guy is messed up and nothing seems to be helping to fix him.



#113 tonyarmasjr

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Posted 02 August 2015 - 09:52 AM

It seems this lost season may be quietly turning itself around for Cecchini.  He's 24 for his last 80 since he started his relative hot streak Gray Eagle mentions above.  Slash line of .300/.356/.375/.731 over that time.  Not eye-popping, but leaps and bounds up from where he was most of the season.  Now sitting at .220/.294/.309/.603 overall.  Another solid month to end the year, and he could be a prospect again.



#114 JimBoSox9


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Posted 07 August 2015 - 09:05 PM

It seems this lost season may be quietly turning itself around for Cecchini.  He's 24 for his last 80 since he started his relative hot streak Gray Eagle mentions above.  Slash line of .300/.356/.375/.731 over that time.  Not eye-popping, but leaps and bounds up from where he was most of the season.  Now sitting at .220/.294/.309/.603 overall.  Another solid month to end the year, and he could be a prospect again.

 

3 for 3 with a double and a walk tonight.  Don't look now, but after that OBP bump in July, he's found some power again in August.  I'm not much with trends, but this says BUY BUY BUY to me.

 

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