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lukethedrifter wrote:
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go birds wrote:i was told not to get my hopes up
Don't.
You’re like Trump. And that boyer poster we used to have here.
Or his game power in juiced leagues doesn't translate in the bigs after they fix the ball. I have no doubt he'll be a good, useful player, just not the superstar a lot are dreaming on.
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Are they going to fix the ball?
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lukethedrifter wrote:Are they going to fix the ball?
I'm assuming they will.
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lukethedrifter wrote:Are they going to fix the ball?
I'm assuming they will.
They better, or MLB will just become a giant season of Home Run Derby.
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James: Should Dylan Carlson be starting next year in the Cards’ outfield?

Craig Edwards: Maybe by the end of the year. I doubt he’ll push his way into the starting lineup on Opening Day, but some of that depends on how things sort out in the offseason. If the team refused to trade Tyler O’Neill at the deadline, you’d think they’d want to give him a shot at everyday playing time before relegating him to the bench or another team. We’ll also have to see where they stand on Marcell Ozuna. Carlson will have to hit well in Triple-A over an extended period. He doesn’t turn 21 until next month so it doesn’t make sense to bring him up until you know for sure, he’s better now than the players ahead of him. We don’t know that yet.
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I'm glad to see this. Let the kid rest up. I think, despite the advances on this subject, rest and recovery are still undervalued in MLB.
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Carlson has been playing ball since February in Spring Training playing until October when you're not at the MLB level playing in a playoff race is a little too long to be playing.
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InvincibleCakeEater wrote:
lukethedrifter wrote:
InvincibleCakeEater wrote:
go birds wrote:i was told not to get my hopes up
Don't.
You’re like Trump. And that boyer poster we used to have here.
Or his game power in juiced leagues doesn't translate in the bigs after they fix the ball. I have no doubt he'll be a good, useful player, just not the superstar a lot are dreaming on.
The Texas League is not a "juiced league"
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salukifan2 wrote:
InvincibleCakeEater wrote:
lukethedrifter wrote:
InvincibleCakeEater wrote:
go birds wrote:i was told not to get my hopes up
Don't.
You’re like Trump. And that boyer poster we used to have here.
Or his game power in juiced leagues doesn't translate in the bigs after they fix the ball. I have no doubt he'll be a good, useful player, just not the superstar a lot are dreaming on.
The Texas League is not a "juiced league"
a.k.a. the new mlb ball was not used in AA. True?
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