Discussion in 'Miami Marlins' started by Backin2008, Jan 26, 2014.
We'll be lucky to have another guy hit 20 home runs this year.
You know, if we all thought the same, this would be a boring place to talk baseball. Just playing devils advocate guys.
For the record, just because something sounds illogical doesn't mean it can't happen, as I stated. Some of you say Ozuna hitting 20 homers is impossible, just like I'm sure it was impossible for Chris Davis to hit 50 homers before last season, for example.
I'm in the group that believes Ozuna CAN hit 20+. The question is, will he? Probably not this year. But we're not prophets, and we can't exactly say he will hit 20 or more because he did it in Jupiter.
This post makes SomethingFishy look like he belongs in Mensa.
How on earth...
I simply noted that what Davis did would have been thought to be near impossible... Until he did it. Why couldn't Ozuna surprise a few people?
Clearly that's an exaggerated comparison, but you MUST get the point. I'm really getting quite sick of your arrogance, especially because it's completed unwarranted. You really aren't anywhere near as smart as you seem to think you are. Making snide remarks and not providing any real content to the website is becoming your forte... Much like SomethingFishy, since you brought him up.
Stop being a jackass and provide a thought or two behind your crap comments.
Saltillapia or Saltilavecchio or whatever Italian dish he is is going to hit 20. That's my preduction.
Yelich (273 PA) HR/FB last season was 16.7%, second highest on the team with 250+ PA. If he can put more loft on his swing I think he might have an outside shot at 20 HR. But, don't quote me on saying he will hit 20 HR this season!
Stanton will hit 20+. Other than him, I can't see anyone hitting over 20. Salty won't hit 20. This isn't Fenway. Jones might hit 20. But again, this park might be too big for him to do it.
Speaking in the realm of what "isn't impossible" is wasted breath and makes us all dumber for having to read it. It also "isn't impossible" that he hits 60 home runs, but it doesn't mean that it's likely to happen. In real analysis, you concern yourself with discussing whether or not something is likely to occur. But you never operate in terms of real analysis, but instead on the level of your idiotic wishful thinking.
I'm glad you guys are projecting good things from me this year
1st place in HR on potentially the worst team in baseball. Good f***ing job. Fix your leg or be moved to 3B.
Yelich or Ozuna with somewhere from 17-22