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*yawn stretch* Stuff.

 

Where you been mike? You have been MIA.

Well, Friday night/Saturday morning, my cousins and father overruled me on the TV so a movie was being watched [i saw the last couple innings, at least]. Last night, I was at a concert. I'll probably be MIA most this week, too.

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*yawn stretch* Stuff.

 

Where you been mike? You have been MIA.

Well, Friday night/Saturday morning, my cousins and father overruled me on the TV so a movie was being watched [i saw the last couple innings, at least]. Last night, I was at a concert. I'll probably be MIA most this week, too.

 

Ohhhhhhhhh.

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Well, time for some stats!

 

Joe Wieland stats

 

W L ERA G GS CG SHO IP H R ER HR BB IBB SO HBP ERA+ WHIP H/9 HR/9 BB/9 SO/9 SO/BB

0 4 4.91 4 4 0 0 22.0 21 14 12 5 8 2 20 1 72 1.318 8.6 2.0 3.3 8.2 2.50

 

Joe Wieland has never faced Marlins

Padres vs Ricky Nolasco

 

 

Name PA AB H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS

Orlando Hudson 13 9 2 0 0 0 1 3 0 .222 .385 .222 .607

Will Venable 11 10 3 0 0 2 2 1 5 .300 .364 .900 1.264

Chase Headley 10 9 3 1 0 1 1 1 4 .333 .400 .778 1.178

Mark Kotsay 10 10 8 1 1 1 2 0 0 .800 .800 1.400 2.200

Jason Bartlett 7 6 3 1 0 0 3 1 1 .500 .571 .667 1.238

Nick Hundley 5 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .200 .200 .200 .400

Chris Denorfia 4 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .250 .250 .250 .500

Yonder Alonso 3 2 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 1.000 1.000 2.500 3.500

Jesus Guzman 2 2 2 1 0 0 4 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.500 2.500

Cameron Maybin 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 1.000 1.000 2.000

 

Ricky Nolasco has not faced

John Baker, Andy Parrino, Blake Tekotte

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Marlins

 

SS- Reyes

CF- Bonerface

3B- H2R

LF- Morrison

2B- Infante

RF- Stanton

1B- Still 1B Gaby Sanchez?

C- Buck

P- Nolasco

 

Padres

 

RF- Venable

LF- Former Marlin #1

3B- Headley

1B- Alonso

2B- Hudson

CF- Former Marlin #2

C- Former Marlin #3

SS- Parrino

P- Wieland

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Lineups:

 

Reyes [6], Bonifacio [8], Ramirez [5], Morrison [7], Infante [4], Stanton [9], Sanchez [3], Buck [2], Nolasco [1]

 

Venable [9], Kotsay [7], Headley [5], Alonso [3], Hudson [4], Maybin [8], Baker [2], Parrino [6], Wieland [1]

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its time to move stanton up...

 

Stanton over his career rakes at #6, for some reason. He has 0 homers batting 4th.

 

In fact, check his stats for each batting spot:

 

 

 

Split          G  PA  AB  R   H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB  SO   BA  OBP  SLG   OPS  TB BAbip
Batting 3rd   25 105  86 14  24  6  1  9  15  2  1 18  29 .279 .410 .686 1.096  59  .313
Batting 4th   34 140 120 14  27 12  0  0  11  0  2 16  38 .225 .329 .325  .654  39  .325
Batting 5th   47 199 179 16  36  7  1  8  25  0  0 17  60 .201 .276 .385  .662  69  .250
Batting 6th   99 406 359 59 109 21  3 31  68  4  2 39 107 .304 .374 .638 1.012 229  .347
Batting 7th   52 198 178 27  46 10  1 10  30  4  2 19  61 .258 .333 .494  .828  88  .336
Batting 8th   11  42  39  4   9  1  0  3  10  0  0  2  15 .231 .262 .487  .749  19  .273

Granted, his highest number of ABs and PAs come from the 6 spot, but it's not like 4th spot is a small sample size, to say the least. Same with 5th.

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its time to move stanton up...

 

Stanton over his career rakes at #6, for some reason. He has 0 homers batting 4th.

 

In fact, check his stats for each batting spot:

 

 

 

 

Split G PA AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BB SO BA OBP SLG OPS TB BAbip

Batting 3rd 25 105 86 14 24 6 1 9 15 2 1 18 29 .279 .410 .686 1.096 59 .313

Batting 4th 34 140 120 14 27 12 0 0 11 0 2 16 38 .225 .329 .325 .654 39 .325

Batting 5th 47 199 179 16 36 7 1 8 25 0 0 17 60 .201 .276 .385 .662 69 .250

Batting 6th 99 406 359 59 109 21 3 31 68 4 2 39 107 .304 .374 .638 1.012 229 .347

Batting 7th 52 198 178 27 46 10 1 10 30 4 2 19 61 .258 .333 .494 .828 88 .336

Batting 8th 11 42 39 4 9 1 0 3 10 0 0 2 15 .231 .262 .487 .749 19 .273

 

Granted, his highest number of ABs and PAs come from the 6 spot, but it's not like 4th spot is a small sample size, to say the least. Same with 5th.

 

 

ehh i dont know if i buy that he's just better in the 6-hole. what is the mechanism through which batting 6th makes him a better hitter?

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His most telling stats are highest batting 6th [average, OBP, slugging, OPS] - BABIP is even highest there. I don't understand it, but he seems to produce best in that spot. His second best [albeit in just 1/4 of the time] is the 3rd spot, but that's a smaller sample size and that was just last year when he was basically the only threat left in the lineup besides Bonifacio and Morrison.

 

It could just be an experience thing. No idea.

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