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1 minute ago, DTrain said:

Wait wait wait......

 

i think i just found a typo on the official Marlins site....

 

Under Marlins Leaders it shows Neil Walker having the HIGHEST Batting Average on the team. 

 

.222

 

That can’t be right, right? 

Alfaro has a .326 average.

But sadly, Walker is likely next on the list.

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38 minutes ago, DTrain said:

So his HR’s allowed WILL change but he WON’T start giving up less hits and walk less people?

 

gotcha

Just saying the number is skewed a bit. If you look at his SIERA which take in account contact on balls in play it is a mediocre 4.50.

 

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Just now, FishFan95 said:

Just saying the number is skewed a bit. If you look at his SIERA which take in account contact on balls in play it is a mediocre 4.50.

How's his FTWHP though?

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47 minutes ago, SonOfJack said:

It continues to make no sense to me for them to keep Don the whole season if they are sure he won't be back and I believe they are. Not that changing managers will make them a good team this year, it just is a matter of delaying experience for the new skipper who I believe will be Posada.

Doing it soon too will also make it look like performance matters. Like it will tell the players that Don would have stayed all year if he was doing well but he got fired because of all the losing and thus the message is that if the players don't perform they'll be cut too.

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Just now, SilverBullet said:

 the message is that if the players don't perform they'll be cut too.

True, good message. I like it.

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43 minutes ago, rmc523 said:

Alfaro has a .326 average.

But sadly, Walker is likely next on the list.

Don't forget about Miggy Ro. Hitting .286.

And he might not still be on anyone's MVP radar, since his numbers have dropped a bit in the past few games, but Prado is still hitting a clean .382.

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1 minute ago, FishFan95 said:

Don't forget about Miggy Ro. Hitting .286.

And he might not still be on anyone's MVP radar, since his numbers have dropped a bit in the past few games, but Prado is still hitting a clean .382.

Prado over the last few years has been good when on the field.  The problem has been keeping him healthy/uninjured.

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You should always work like your job is on the line and that goes for MLB players as well. When you take it for granted, you sometimes may not give your max effort. 

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6 minutes ago, SonOfJack said:

How's his FTWHP though?

You mean his FIWHIP? (Fielding independent walks and hits per innings pitched).

Not great.

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3 minutes ago, FishFan95 said:

You mean his FIWHIP? (Fielding independent walks and hits per innings pitched).

Not great.

How about his QUNGI?

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