Discussion in 'Boston Bruins' started by Fenway, Sep 12, 2020.
Only day games for me. f*** night games. Theyre too late.
Basically watching the games to listen to Eck and Remy.
Arroyo popped another one out today......interesting
Tough win today. Thankfully the A's are doing us a solid and spotted Texas a 6-1 lead.
Verdugo only player as of yesterday batting 300 against both left and right handed pitchers in baseball
also leads league in OF assists
has a little Paul O'Neil in him when he makes an out - like he’s supposed to hit 1000
About as pure of a hitter as you can get. He may never hit 30 out (I think he will) but this dudes gonna rake no matter what. He takes what the pitcher gives him and never tries to do too much with it
We can’t be splitting series’ here
Hey if he hits 30 that would be f***ing incredible. I feel like he’s a routine .310-20-85-15 player at peak
Mookie Betts has 5 career ABs vs Greinke and has 3 HR...
Um hello !!!! We do not need Bugs Bunny - you ever watch his gyro ball ?
we need 3-9 last 12
we have any bad pitchers who can come thru
We need to find this guy
@DKH replaces Alicat who is on the injured list with whiplash.
I think 3-9 works
we need to recall Brian Johnson and Weber
That is #7 on my fetish list
Yup. No bueno
BJ left the alternative site when they didn't promote him over all of these other scrubs they've brought up. They released him in August.
I was looking at Wade Boggs career and it's great. I'm not just talking about a guy hitting a measly .300. Check this out. In his first 8 seasons he won 5 batting titles and lead the league in OBP six times! From 1982-1989 he hit .352 and had a .443 OBP! Check out these pairs (bolds are league leaders):
If you never got to see Boggs bat live, you missed a treat. The guy was so good at fouling off bad pitches to get to one he could rope. He was just a joy to watch at the plate because he was so rare. Throw in a little crazy on top, and he was a real character on a team with quite a few.
Who hits .349 with a .406 OBP their rookie year?
The Red Sox are a hopeless franchise at this point that has become a financial afterthought to John Henry. It's gross.
Yeah. I was thrilled with the split too.
they’ll be good again by 2022
Robbie Ross has fired 5 clean innings for the Lightning Sloths this year. Bring back the lawnmower?
MLB poised to take control of minor leagues — but which teams will survive? - The Boston Globe
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