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Postby phunkadelic » Mon Apr 26, 2004 10:26 am

Since wrveres questioned it here:

Recent thread

I thought I'd reopen it.

Projected out over this whole season, Dunn stands at the following:

495 AB
72 HR
135 RBI
126 R
.327 BA
171 BB
.507 OBP
.800 SLG

Looks like a stud to me. ;-D It's too bad they keep walking him (starting to look like the Barry Bonds Syndrome).
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Postby wrveres » Mon Apr 26, 2004 6:44 pm

phunkadelic wrote: Since wrveres questioned it here:

Recent thread

I thought I'd reopen it.

Projected out over this whole season, Dunn stands at the following:

495 AB
72 HR
135 RBI
126 R
.327 BA
171 BB
.507 OBP
.800 SLG

Looks like a stud to me. ;-D It's too bad they keep walking him (starting to look like the Barry Bonds Syndrome).


Wow, Maybe I should trade for him ... :-?
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Postby Madison » Tue Apr 27, 2004 12:28 am

phunkadelic wrote:Since wrveres questioned it here:

Recent thread

I thought I'd reopen it.

Projected out over this whole season, Dunn stands at the following:

495 AB
72 HR
135 RBI
126 R
.327 BA
171 BB
.507 OBP
.800 SLG

Looks like a stud to me. ;-D It's too bad they keep walking him (starting to look like the Barry Bonds Syndrome).


You do know that's way too small a sample size to use right? The year is barely started, so it's pretty tough to project his numbers for the entire year. Just imagine if he had started the year with a 4-40 slump. Would you project him to hit .100 for the year? Even I believe he will be over .200. :-b
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Postby hybrid » Tue Apr 27, 2004 2:22 am

man, we try so hard to jinx the players we like don't we? you bring threads like this up again after half the season or something, not 3 weeks.
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Postby phunkadelic » Tue Apr 27, 2004 8:15 am

Madison wrote:You do know that's way too small a sample size to use right? The year is barely started, so it's pretty tough to project his numbers for the entire year. Just imagine if he had started the year with a 4-40 slump. Would you project him to hit .100 for the year? Even I believe he will be over .200. :-b


Clearly I realize 18 games is a horrendously small sample size, and he won't in fact have 72 HRs at the end of the year. (probably won't:-B)

I just wanted to give cafe members one last chance early in the season to choose my bandwagon or wrveres' bandwagon before Adam Dunn does actually end the season with 50-60 HR, and he proves he does "have value."
;-D

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Postby RedsRebirth » Tue Apr 27, 2004 10:03 am

Of course im in, go Dunnkey!
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Postby Madison » Tue Apr 27, 2004 11:02 am

phunkadelic wrote:I just wanted to give cafe members one last chance early in the season to choose my bandwagon or wrveres' bandwagon before Adam Dunn does actually end the season with 50-60 HR, and he proves he does "have value."
;-D


I'm still on the:

"Until he proves he can hit .275 or better over the course of an entire season, he will never be on any of my teams"

bandwagon. Kind of long, but you get the idea.:-D
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Postby Pedantic » Tue Apr 27, 2004 11:14 am

You can't choose bandwagons in midseason. Just like you can't change horses in midstream. ;-)
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Postby TheRawDAWG » Tue Apr 27, 2004 11:53 am

Madison wrote:
phunkadelic wrote:I just wanted to give cafe members one last chance early in the season to choose my bandwagon or wrveres' bandwagon before Adam Dunn does actually end the season with 50-60 HR, and he proves he does "have value."
;-D


I'm still on the:

"Until he proves he can hit .275 or better over the course of an entire season, he will never be on any of my teams"

bandwagon. Kind of long, but you get the idea.:-D



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Postby ramble2 » Tue Apr 27, 2004 12:02 pm

Pedantic wrote:You can't choose bandwagons in midseason. Just like you can't change horses in midstream. ;-)


I thought that was the whole point of bandwagons. You can jump on or off as they gain or lose steam. It's just that you may end up crowded and standing in the aisle, instead of getting yourself a comfy window seat...
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