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Posted: September 10, 2017, 9:46 PM Post
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3and2Fastball said:
Villar in the 2nd Half: .288/.306/.415

Thames in the 2nd Half: .212/.294/.404



So Aguilar should play more. Walker could play 1B a day a week.


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Posted: September 11, 2017, 12:49 AM Post
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rickh150 said:
3and2Fastball said:
Villar in the 2nd Half: .288/.306/.415

Thames in the 2nd Half: .212/.294/.404



So Aguilar should play more. Walker could play 1B a day a week.


Aguilar 2nd half-.207/.278/.402

So maybe Villar at 2nd and Walker at 1st is the best option right now. Though I still feel like Aguilar has hit the ball hard in the 2nd half. I don't have the stats to back me up other than a .240 BABIP, just going off memory here.


After the Nelson injury, they're gonna need a lot more offense and then hope someone can put together a nice run in his stead. Maybe Guerra can get back to last years production.


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Posted: September 11, 2017, 6:21 AM Post
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Aguillar 2017 vs LHP: .307/.374/.523

Villar at 2B, Walker at 1B vs RHP
Walker at 2B, Aguillar at 1B vs LHP

Seems painfully obvious

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Posted: September 11, 2017, 6:31 AM Post
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3and2Fastball said:
Aguillar 2017 vs LHP: .307/.374/.523

Villar at 2B, Walker at 1B vs RHP
Walker at 2B, Aguillar at 1B vs LHP

Seems painfully obvious


Yep. This is what it should be for the majority of games but for some reason if Villar plays, Sogard has to as well. People complain about Villar leading off but he's a better option there than Perez, Thames or Sogard.


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Posted: September 11, 2017, 10:55 AM Post
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Brew4U said:
3and2Fastball said:
Aguillar 2017 vs LHP: .307/.374/.523

Villar at 2B, Walker at 1B vs RHP
Walker at 2B, Aguillar at 1B vs LHP

Seems painfully obvious


Yep. This is what it should be for the majority of games but for some reason if Villar plays, Sogard has to as well. People complain about Villar leading off but he's a better option there than Perez, Thames or Sogard.


I'll agree with you here. Villar tends to see a lot of pitches, which is good in the leadoff spot. He has been better, and has game-changing speed. I think he's improved enough to be a good leadoff hitter down the stretch.


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Posted: September 11, 2017, 12:29 PM Post
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3and2Fastball said:
Aguillar 2017 vs LHP: .307/.374/.523

Villar at 2B, Walker at 1B vs RHP
Walker at 2B, Aguillar at 1B vs LHP

Seems painfully obvious


Thames 2017 vs RHP .251/.239/.530/.899

Even with his down times, Thames is still sporting a .853 OPS, nearly 200 points higher than Villar. It doesn't seem painfully obvious to me why you would regularly take his bat out of the lineup.

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Posted: September 11, 2017, 12:50 PM Post
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monty57 said:
3and2Fastball said:
Aguillar 2017 vs LHP: .307/.374/.523

Villar at 2B, Walker at 1B vs RHP
Walker at 2B, Aguillar at 1B vs LHP

Seems painfully obvious


Thames 2017 vs RHP .251/.239/.530/.899

Even with his down times, Thames is still sporting a .853 OPS, nearly 200 points higher than Villar. It doesn't seem painfully obvious to me why you would regularly take his bat out of the lineup.


How much of that OPS has been bumped due to his stats in May? He has a .708 OPS in Sept. and had a .691 in August. Not only that but he has been abysmal with RISP so far so I can see why people want to see less of him. He has been very frustrating as he seemed dinged up just about all year long. Maybe he needs to stay out of the weight room for a bit and hit a yoga class.


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Posted: September 11, 2017, 1:54 PM Post
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Problem is, none of those options have been above MLB average. So CC is trying different combinations, and hopes he finds the hot hand down the stretch. That's not ideal, but I get it. I mean, if Villar is .10-.20 OPS points above Thames since the break, .720 still doesn't scream "play me every day." I fully expect Villar to get another run of games here, and hopefully he produces and we never look back.


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