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2019-04-15: Cardinals (Hudson) at Brewers (Peralta) [Brewers win, 10-7 -- Christian Yelich gives away a puppy, hits 3 home runs, tallies 7 RBI, makes sliding and diving catches, sheepishly obliges to curtain call]

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I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


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This has proven incredibly ironic...

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I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.

I think it's a rule that there has to be one, so...............

The bullpen is not our weakness, that starting pitching is. Till it proves otherwise, on paper, it’s a pretty bad group.


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RoCoBrewfan said:
I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


I know I’m in the minority around here but I love watching him play. He has frustrating moments but he’s just so talented. Still very young too.


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Cards going to start walking Yelich with nobody out and bases empty.....


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Brew4U said:
RoCoBrewfan said:
I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


I know I’m in the minority around here but I love watching him play. He has frustrating moments but he’s just so talented. Still very young too.

You are not alone.

The bullpen is not our weakness, that starting pitching is. Till it proves otherwise, on paper, it’s a pretty bad group.


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RoCoBrewfan said:
I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


They needed someone to hate on following Villar's trade.

Arcia is fine now, and he'll be fine in the future. He gives you high-end defense, and just enough offense to stay relevant.


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Khrush is a better LF than that clown STL has.


Last year Card fans thought they traded for the better Marlins corner OFer. LOL


Just thought of this too. They thought they got the better deal, giving up less for an equal player. What was debateable then is a laugher now.


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It's always the SS. I enjoyed watching Yuni B play, he wasn't very good but always had a smile on his face. Had some clutch hits as well.


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It's always the SS. I enjoyed watching Yuni B play, he wasn't very good but always had a smile on his face. Had some clutch hits as well.

You do know you just killed an positive vibes on this board, right?

The bullpen is not our weakness, that starting pitching is. Till it proves otherwise, on paper, it’s a pretty bad group.


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Posted: April 15, 2019, 9:27 PM Post
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Brew4U said:
RoCoBrewfan said:
I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


I know I’m in the minority around here but I love watching him play. He has frustrating moments but he’s just so talented. Still very young too.


Many on this board have treated similarly flashy players like Villar and Carlos Gomez very similarly. Some aren't big fans of players showing emotion and flamboyance on the field. Granted those guys had legit warts that you could complain about, but I never thought they deserved the hate they got. Nyjer Morgan can probably be grouped in that category too.


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wildcat83 said:
Joey Meyer Bombs said:
Brew4U said:
Khrush is a better LF than that clown STL has.


Last year Card fans thought they traded for the better Marlins corner OFer. LOL


Just thought of this too. They thought they got the better deal, giving up less for an equal player. What was debateable then is a laugher now.



To be fair, Ozuna was coming off a 6 WAR season. Yelich hadn't hit for this kind of power before, but it was probably at least in the realm of possiblity that he could be a 25 homer guy getting out of Marlins park. I don't think anyone (and I mean ANYONE) predicted he was suddenly going to be Barry Bonds.


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Joey Meyer Bombs said:
RoCoBrewfan said:
I'm firmly convinced Arcia could go 4 for 5 with 3 dingers and 8 RBI, and people would still talk mad crap about him for making an out and call him names and whatnot. Dude is seriously the BF.net whipping boy.


They needed someone to hate on following Villar's trade.


Perez is probably next in the line of succession for this high honor.

And, not to be that guy, but whipping boys are technically people who are innocent of any crime who have to take punishment on behalf of someone not allowed to be punished. A 53 OPS+ is anything but innocent.

What is best in life? To crush the Cardinals, Cubs, and Manny Machado, see them driven before you, and hear the lamentation of their fanboys.


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Fun fact, Grandal had higher OPS than Yelich before his 3rd HR tonight.


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The random screamers in attendance tonight are starting to get to me.


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RoCoBrewfan said:
To be fair, Ozuna was coming off a 6 WAR season. Yelich hadn't hit for this kind of power before, but it was probably at least in the realm of possiblity that he could be a 25 homer guy getting out of Marlins park. I don't think anyone (and I mean ANYONE) predicted he was suddenly going to be Barry Bonds.

I’ll have to go back and check the original trade thread, but I think I may have said something along the lines of “the next Barry Bonds” in there somewhere.


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I'm a little surprised they went right to Hader with a 4 run lead. It wasn't like he was in desperate need of work.


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Good time for Hader to give up his first run of the year.


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Eye Black said:
RoCoBrewfan said:
To be fair, Ozuna was coming off a 6 WAR season. Yelich hadn't hit for this kind of power before, but it was probably at least in the realm of possiblity that he could be a 25 homer guy getting out of Marlins park. I don't think anyone (and I mean ANYONE) predicted he was suddenly going to be Barry Bonds.

I’ll have to go back and check the original trade thread, but I think I may have said something along the lines of “the next Barry Bonds” in there somewhere.


Referring to Ozuna? [laughing]


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I'm a little surprised they went right to Hader with a 4 run lead. It wasn't like he was in desperate need of work.


After his last outing against LA where it was obvious he had bad command due to an extended gap between outings, giving him an inning here to get back on track makes alot of sense. He gave up the HR to Ozuna, but he pitched much better.


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