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    Quote Originally Posted by Enscheff View Post
    If JD has a healthy and productive 2019, he won't be available for a 1 year deal. That calf injury is the only reason AA got JD for $23M.
    What's a 5-win Donaldson cost next offseason?

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    With being a year older and still having health concerns going to the offseason I don’t see JD getting 25 per year for 3-4 years. I wouldn’t wanna pay him 25 per being 37 years old. After seeing how cautious teams were and spending this past offseason I’d offer JD a 2 year extension around the deadline if he’s still healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    What's a 5-win Donaldson cost next offseason?
    Going into his age 34 season completely healthy after a 4+ win season where he played 140+ games, with a QO attached, and an agent that isn't making silly Kimbrel-like contract demands that scuttle his own market?

    Teams will likely project him at ~9 wins over the next 3 years, and ~10 wins for the rest of his career.

    At $8M per win, that's in the neighborhood of 3/70 or 4/80. Maybe some team stretches it out a bit longer to lower the AAV.
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    I think he (Teheran) finishes with a FIP ~3.3. -CrazyTrain 3/35/2019

    Gausman had a bad walk ratio for us -CrazyTrain 11/20/2018
    BB/9 with Braves: 2.72

    Fried, Newk and a couple other guys for Bumgarner and give him a pay day for 6ish years -CrazyTrain 10/15/18

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ9 View Post
    Striking out 29.5% of the time in 368 Triple A PAs. Can't plan on him being an every day guy with that happening. If he figures it out, great. But hopefully AA is planning out alternatives.
    This is the main reason I brought it up. I still think Reilly has potential (although of course one doesn't depend or plan on potential). But these quotations from The Athletic (this small amount of a long article should be fair use) give me pause. They are mainly about Jackson's bat, but seem appropriate:

    “I saw him and (third-base prospect Austin) Riley striking out a lot — actually, the day before he got called up, I went and watched him and Riley to see what they were doing,” Seitzer said. “So we’ll work on that. Alex is losing the barrel bad, and (in Jackson’s debut Sunday) he swung and missed three times, struck out with Ender (Inciarte) on third. We got super-slow-mo video, and he was just losing the barrel bad and everything … the ball’s coming in, and you see the bat coming up on an uphill plane; right at contact, it’s on an uphill plane. And he just wasn’t close.

    “So I told him during the game, I said, ‘You’re losing the barrel; you’re underneath.’ I said, ‘This (pitcher), high spin, all I want you to focus on is hitting him in the foot. A line drive right back off his foot. Don’t even think about nothing else, just hit him in the foot.’ And he popped up real high on the next one, then hit one off the end on that soft line drive to center on his third at-bat.

    “So, we’re gonna work on it. You don’t want to hit a kid with too much. He hit early (Monday), and we talked about how he really widened his stance; he’s too wide. We talked about narrowing up, and he said he saw that. So anyway, we’re going to go to work. But there’s a lot in this kid that should come out, and I think will come out.”

    The article goes on to quote Seitzer as saying he was glad Jackson was up to give the big league coaches a chance to work on his swing. That's great, but why in the name of Heaven isn't this work being done in AAA? With Jackson and Reilly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Enscheff View Post
    Going into his age 34 season completely healthy after a 4+ win season where he played 140+ games, with a QO attached, and an agent that isn't making silly Kimbrel-like contract demands that scuttle his own market?

    Teams will likely project him at ~9 wins over the next 3 years, and ~10 wins for the rest of his career.

    At $8M per win, that's in the neighborhood of 3/70 or 4/80. Maybe some team stretches it out a bit longer to lower the AAV.

    It’s way to early to talk about this but my guess is AA extends him for something like 2/40. Plus an option Year with a buyout.

    AA has been pretty good at getting value when extending guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JxnMissFan View Post
    It’s way to early to talk about this but my guess is AA extends him for something like 2/40. Plus an option Year with a buyout.

    AA has been pretty good at getting value when extending guys.
    And Josh sees what a good nucleus he has around him and they have more talent coming.

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    Josh will be extended for cheap after we win the world series

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    I do wonder what Josh will do if this season goes well for both he and the Braves. I could see him taking some sort of discount to stay in ATL if he fits in really well and we show him that we are capable of acquiring some hardware before he retires.

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    Donaldson is so much fun. Nice to have some of the best defense we've had in ages at third and the return of those Sheffieldish HRs.

    Also, what was up with Fu-Fu-Familia? What an irritating habit. This isn't tennis, douchebag.

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