It’s crazy how deep SS is, especially in the AL, that he’s not considered one of the top 3 guys at the position in the league.
And I just mean Machado, Correa, Lindor. Some would rank him behind Segura or Gregorius or Simmons.
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I'm not the biggest listener, but I get a few minutes daily in the car. It's not generally a theme they hit constantly, but neither host suffers whiners all that well, I would say. I generally feel they call it pretty straight.
The bit I heard today included the Mark Davis impression, which is...
This isn't celebrating, as much as odd. .
Heard on one of the morning radio shows today that the franchise has been in 8 Super Bowl games and scored 0 pts in the first quarter of each of those games.
I haven't looked this up yet to be sure, but nothing in my memory contradicts it.
Stop killing my heroes, Tims.
This team has obviously liked Cannon way more than the general fandom since the get go, as draft position and these extensions indicate.
For those more tuned in, does this guarantee that he's the starter going forward, or is he an expensive swing guy?
Ben Lindbergh (formerly of BP and now with the ringer) along with others has written pieces about this going back a year plus, and surmises it may be the ball.
Per Sox Prospects sabermetric stats, he is 50% GB, 21% FB, 20% LD. Don't know if that includes today.
I didn't know that. Maybe you are good for something more than mobile games.
The discussion on the pod was somewhat interesting, but I would love a more in depth comparison of, say, Wright and Dickey's 'stuff' as knuckleballers.
Really from a scouting or a physics perspective.
On the excellently stat-y Effectively Wild podcast, they did an interview this week with a physics professor and baseball writer about that specific pitch.
The professor said it was possibly the most visible example of a knuckleball breaking twice that he has seen. It's a decent interview...
I'm wondering if this is a re-balance somewhat. Pitchers were out ahead for a couple seasons, and now a combo of a few pitchers agin out of their primes, the effects of TJ surgery and that there seems to have been a recent bounty of position players coming up may be re-centering scoring somewhat.
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