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Postby raiders_umpire » Sun Apr 16, 2006 4:35 pm

rentz wrote:.270 with 30hr's seems about right.
im just hoping he add's 10 sb's in there





I sure hope you all are right, but I still see it being closer to 250.
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Postby rentz » Sun Apr 16, 2006 5:33 pm

raiders_umpire wrote:
rentz wrote:.270 with 30hr's seems about right.
im just hoping he add's 10 sb's in there





I sure hope you all are right, but I still see it being closer to 250.


im fine with 250 as long as he gets 30+ hrs and some steals ;-D
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Postby nuggets » Sun Apr 16, 2006 6:02 pm

NikkiSixx wrote:BTW, I dont get your signature, what are adujusted HR's?


Translated Batting Statistics

Converts the player's batting statistics into a context that is the same for everybody.

The major characteristics of the translation are: 1) that the translated EQA should equal the original, all-time adjusted EQA (within some margin for error); 2) that all seasons are expanded to a 162 game schedule; 3) that the statistics are adjusted to a season where an average hitter would have, per 650 PA: 589 AB, 153 H, 31 DB, 3 TP, 19 HR, 56 BB, 5 HBP, 113 SO, 10 SB, 5 CS, 79 R and 75 RBI. His rates would be a .260 batting average, .330 onbase average, .420 slugging average, and a .260 EQA with 76 EQR.


It's unrealistic to think Adam Dunn will finish a career .275 hitter nikki.
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Postby NikkiSixx » Sun Apr 16, 2006 6:26 pm

nuggets wrote:
NikkiSixx wrote:BTW, I dont get your signature, what are adujusted HR's?


Translated Batting Statistics

Converts the player's batting statistics into a context that is the same for everybody.

The major characteristics of the translation are: 1) that the translated EQA should equal the original, all-time adjusted EQA (within some margin for error); 2) that all seasons are expanded to a 162 game schedule; 3) that the statistics are adjusted to a season where an average hitter would have, per 650 PA: 589 AB, 153 H, 31 DB, 3 TP, 19 HR, 56 BB, 5 HBP, 113 SO, 10 SB, 5 CS, 79 R and 75 RBI. His rates would be a .260 batting average, .330 onbase average, .420 slugging average, and a .260 EQA with 76 EQR.


It's unrealistic to think Adam Dunn will finish a career .275 hitter nikki.


No no no, I said he will be a career .260-.265 career hitter, I think he will hit at least .275 this year as I have him pegged for a career year. (approximately .278, 53 HR's, 125 runs, 110 RBI's, 5-10 SB's).
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Postby killa3312 » Sun Apr 16, 2006 6:42 pm

Even if Gomes has a low average, he offsets it somewhat by drawing a ton of walks.
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Postby The Jury » Sun Apr 16, 2006 6:57 pm

killa3312 wrote:Even if Gomes has a low average, he offsets it somewhat by drawing a ton of walks.


I hope you meant Adam Dunn :-D
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Postby Omaha Red Sox » Sun Apr 16, 2006 7:48 pm

In Bakersfield ('02), in 446 ABs, he had a .276 AVG.

In Orlando ('03), in 442 ABs, he had a .249 AVG.

In Durham ('04), in 390 ABs, he had a .256 AVG, but in '05, in 162 ABs, he had a .321 AVG, leading up to his .282 in Tampa, in 348 ABs.

That averages out to .277 looking at the bulk times that he spent in various locations, so I think .270-.280 is the most reasonable prediction.
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Postby TurdFerguson » Sun Apr 16, 2006 10:35 pm

NikkiSixx wrote:
nuggets wrote:
NikkiSixx wrote:BTW, I dont get your signature, what are adujusted HR's?


Translated Batting Statistics

Converts the player's batting statistics into a context that is the same for everybody.

The major characteristics of the translation are: 1) that the translated EQA should equal the original, all-time adjusted EQA (within some margin for error); 2) that all seasons are expanded to a 162 game schedule; 3) that the statistics are adjusted to a season where an average hitter would have, per 650 PA: 589 AB, 153 H, 31 DB, 3 TP, 19 HR, 56 BB, 5 HBP, 113 SO, 10 SB, 5 CS, 79 R and 75 RBI. His rates would be a .260 batting average, .330 onbase average, .420 slugging average, and a .260 EQA with 76 EQR.


It's unrealistic to think Adam Dunn will finish a career .275 hitter nikki.


No no no, I said he will be a career .260-.265 career hitter, I think he will hit at least .275 this year as I have him pegged for a career year. (approximately .278, 53 HR's, 125 runs, 110 RBI's, 5-10 SB's).
I agree , Dunn is on the verge of exploding and hes not off to a bad start.I think he is maturing as a hitter
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Postby reynolds80 » Sun Apr 16, 2006 11:46 pm

The Jury wrote:
killa3312 wrote:Even if Gomes has a low average, he offsets it somewhat by drawing a ton of walks.


I hope you meant Adam Dunn :-D


While Dunn is a known walking machine, Gomes might surprise you in that department. He's already walked 12 times this year in only 47 plate appearances, and he walked a decent amount last year - almost exactly once per 10 plate appearances, which is pretty good. I think Gomes is maturing as a hitter and the walks and power will continue in 06.
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Postby Dan Lambskin » Mon Apr 17, 2006 10:52 am

i'm worried that Gomes is getting caught stealing in his attempts this year.

i was expecting around 270 30 HR and 10 SB

i turned down a trade offer of Gomes for Bonds straight up :-o
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