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    Quote Originally Posted by nsacpi View Post
    Bruce didnt even get close enough to dive for it
    Ender probably gets that ball or close to it if he's healthy

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    Quote Originally Posted by msstate7 View Post
    Ender probably gets that ball or close to it if he's healthy
    Ender is camped under that ball.

    Everyone knows I'm not the biggest Ender fan but that was a horrendous play by Bruce.
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    Phillies recap:

    “McCann dropped his bat on a 2-2 splitter. The ball carried toward left-center field. Bruce might not have gotten his best jump on a ball with a 65 percent catch probability, according to Statcast. It fell in front of him. Both runs scored.

    “I felt like I got a fine jump, I felt like it was just placed perfectly,” Bruce said. “Obviously, hindsight being 20/20, if I dive for it ... we'll never know. I didn't feel like I could get to it. I really didn't. It's tough. I wanted to get to it, I just don't feel like I could have.””
    Mark Bowman's reports carry a lot of gravity

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcuŮaís Bat Flip View Post
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    Watching him jump up and down makes me smile. He just loves it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nsacpi View Post
    statcast calculates a 65% catch probability on Mac's hit
    Not as bad as I thought actually.

    What about Rileyís hit just before Macs?
    I think he (Teheran) finishes with a FIP ~3.3. -CrazyTrain 3/25/2019

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    BB/9 with Braves: 2.72

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    Hopefully we can get to Nola today...here are his last 3 starts, 2 are against pretty bad offensive teams

    5/29 vs Cardinals:
    7IP 4H 1ER 3BB 8K

    6/3 @ Padres:
    5.1 IP 8H 6ER 3BB 5K

    6/9 vs Reds:
    6.2 IP 4H 3ER 3BB 7K

    3-0 at home this season with a 3.51 ERA vs 3-1 on the road with a 6.75 ERA
    Mark Bowman's reports carry a lot of gravity

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    Phillies are Finnish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bravesfanforlife88 View Post
    Phillies recap:

    “McCann dropped his bat on a 2-2 splitter. The ball carried toward left-center field. Bruce might not have gotten his best jump on a ball with a 65 percent catch probability, according to Statcast. It fell in front of him. Both runs scored.

    “I felt like I got a fine jump, I felt like it was just placed perfectly,” Bruce said. “Obviously, hindsight being 20/20, if I dive for it ... we'll never know. I didn't feel like I could get to it. I really didn't. It's tough. I wanted to get to it, I just don't feel like I could have.””
    I'm not following on the Phillies roster construction. Given that Kingery is their best defensive OF (and not really an OF), one would think they would have a caddy for Bruce. It surely isn't Nick Williams, who is not much of a defensive OF either. They just picked up Brad Miller and he's a decent LHH utility guy who has played some OF, but that's not his forte either and he seems superfluous given the Phillies already have utility guy in Sean Rodriguez and positional flexibility with Kingery. They seem like a team that could benefit from a strictly defensive OF. They certainly have enough bats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50PoundHead View Post
    I'm not following on the Phillies roster construction. Given that Kingery is their best defensive OF (and not really an OF), one would think they would have a caddy for Bruce. It surely isn't Nick Williams, who is not much of a defensive OF either. They just picked up Brad Miller and he's a decent LHH utility guy who has played some OF, but that's not his forte either and he seems superfluous given the Phillies already have utility guy in Sean Rodriguez and positional flexibility with Kingery. They seem like a team that could benefit from a strictly defensive OF. They certainly have enough bats.
    In my opinion, the Phillies are the worst ran heavy analytic team in baseball. Their approach to team building makes no sense and that was true last season when they paid an obvious declining Arrieta and signed Carlos Santana to displace their stud rookie first baseman who very obviously didnít have the body type to play an adequate LF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewupk View Post
    yeah that should have been an out
    Neither Bruce or Kingery seemed to know how to catch that one.

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    I love the Faillies whine about injuries and how this series isn’t fair. Did they see who started the first series we played. JT, wilson and Wright. Two guys who were not ready to compete yet. Then we had venters, Biddle, Sobo and minter all who were ineffective or bad. Injuries happen. They happpen all the time. You build a team to cover those injuries. The faillies didnt. They got the best 20 guys they could and didn’t pay attention to the depth.
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    I know I'm late to the party, but I can only watch the games on replay. That was the sweetest game of the year. Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thethe View Post
    So.....are we good?

    Like 95+ win pace good?
    Absolutely. Winning every game while giving up 7 runs per is totally sustainable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chop2chip View Post
    In my opinion, the Phillies are the worst ran heavy analytic team in baseball. Their approach to team building makes no sense and that was true last season when they paid an obvious declining Arrieta and signed Carlos Santana to displace their stud rookie first baseman who very obviously didnít have the body type to play an adequate LF.
    Quote Originally Posted by bravesfanMatt View Post
    I love the Faillies whine about injuries and how this series isnít fair. Did they see who started the first series we played. JT, wilson and Wright. Two guys who were not ready to compete yet. Then we had venters, Biddle, Sobo and minter all who were ineffective or bad. Injuries happen. They happpen all the time. You build a team to cover those injuries. The faillies didnt. They got the best 20 guys they could and didnít pay attention to the depth.
    Theyíre a garbage organization now and we should count our blessings. Unfortunately, theyíve still managed to buy enough talent to hang with us in the division race. Hopefully we can make a few moves at the deadline to put us over the top.

    And hopefully the Nationals donít figure it out.

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    I’d bring back the Mac/Flowers tandum again next year. Langeliers is probably gonna be a fast mover since he’s a college bat. Mac brings so much more to the table that can’t be measured with counting stats. You can just see how the younger guys look at him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson2 View Post
    I’d bring back the Mac/Flowers tandum again next year. Langeliers is probably gonna be a fast mover since he’s a college bat. Mac brings so much more to the table that can’t be measured with counting stats. You can just see how the younger guys look at him.
    BMac might become a Braves coach/manager some day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpx7 View Post
    Wouldn’t be surprised to see that before tonorrow’s game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buck75 View Post
    BMac might become a Braves coach/manager some day.
    Just hope since he's been around both extremes (Braves during the Dinosaur era and Astros and their analytics FO and now AA who has a bit a mix of both) that he could be a more modern Bobby.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson2 View Post
    I’d bring back the Mac/Flowers tandum again next year. Langeliers is probably gonna be a fast mover since he’s a college bat. Mac brings so much more to the table that can’t be measured with counting stats. You can just see how the younger guys look at him.
    We are also going to have a ton of money coming off the books and a lot of cheap players on the roster. Iíd much rather spend that money on Grandal. Heíd be a big upgrade and wouldnít have a qualifying offer attached since he received one last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CJ9 View Post
    We are also going to have a ton of money coming off the books and a lot of cheap players on the roster. I’d much rather spend that money on Grandal. He’d be a big upgrade and wouldn’t have a qualifying offer attached since he received one last year.
    I like the Grandal idea, but it depends on the years; I don’t think more than three makes sense.
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