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Stanton starting at DH in ASG

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Thank you based Matheny!
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Haven't we known this since selection day?
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I thought so but whatever, it's reassurance.
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Good that means theres less chance for him getting injured. I don't want him to try to dive for a ball or to pull a hammy its bad enough that his swing is going to get messed up in the Home Run contest.... Hopefully not because he already swings for the fences all the time but we know what happened to hanely and uggla after there all star games and Home run contest swings.

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we know what happened to hanely and uggla after there all star games and Home run contest swings.

Pre-ASB in 2010: Hanley slashed .301/.381/.485 13 HR in 326 AB
Post-ASB in 2010: Hanley slashed .300/.374/.461 8 HR in 217 AB

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Pre-ASB in 2010: Hanley slashed .301/.381/.485 13 HR in 326 AB
Post-ASB in 2010: Hanley slashed .300/.374/.461 8 HR in 217 AB

there you go. The batting average stayed the same but look at the power. Did he stop working out after the break no. And look at what happened to him in 2011. a disaster. What about Mike Lowell ?? we saw what happened to him after his all star in 2004. These cant just all be a coincidence. This is a real struggle.

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there you go. The batting average stayed the same but look at the power. Did he stop working out after the break no. And look at what happened to him in 2011. a disaster. What about Mike Lowell ?? we saw what happened to him after his all star in 2004. These cant just all be a coincidence. This is a real struggle.

You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal Deal!
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oops.

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You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal Deal!

I love the user name, I can't disagree with him now either.

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there you go. The batting average stayed the same but look at the power. Did he stop working out after the break no. And look at what happened to him in 2011. a disaster. What about Mike Lowell ?? we saw what happened to him after his all star in 2004. These cant just all be a coincidence. This is a real struggle.

It's nearly identical.

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wrong thread

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You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal De



You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal Deal!

I wish it wasn't so hard to convince the truth to everyone else lol.



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You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal De



You know what, this guy is right. He's provided the proper documentation. I'm on board Teal Deal!

I wish it wasn't so hard to convince the truth to everyone else lol.



I wish it wasn't so hard to convince the truth to everyone else lol.

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I wish it wasn't so hard to convince the truth to everyone else lol.

Well when you've got the facts in front of you, it's hard to ignore the truth
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Hanley and Mike Lowell are not power hitters. I'm not worried about Stanton at all. Besides, have you watched the team lately? How can that swing get messed up?

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Yeah, if anything the Derby may FIX Stanton
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Just tossing this out there but I believe we should finally see the road gray jersey tonight! Finally.

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there you go. The batting average stayed the same but look at the power. Did he stop working out after the break no. And look at what happened to him in 2011. a disaster. What about Mike Lowell ?? we saw what happened to him after his all star in 2004. These cant just all be a coincidence. This is a real struggle.

It's a 162 game season, players can't get tired?

Jesus Christ.

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The Teal Deal is probably Corona.

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That's what Matheny deserves. Favors his players and Wainwright and Neshek give up all 5 runs.




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