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Postby B-Chad » Thu May 14, 2009 1:24 am

well it's being reported that with Luke Scott still dinged up, Felix Pie sick, and Adam Jones leaving tonights game early that the O's are promoting Nolan Reimold. With that I wish everyone a happy Nolan Reimold day, may it prove fruitful for everyone. Sorry I don't have a link, but it was on his Yahoo! player card if you actually open it up. It was reported after the game, so late this evening.
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby MasterX1918 » Thu May 14, 2009 1:49 am

I just saw saw. Any projections? Anyone?
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby nate128 » Thu May 14, 2009 8:11 am

I'll throw this one out there for his line for the rest of the year IF he is playing full-time:

.285 avg, 22 HR, 60-80 RBI (based on where he bats), 8 SB, 360 OBP. I think these are fairly conservative numbers and probably closer to what he will actually do rather than potential wise. Cheers!
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby Salty-Dog » Thu May 14, 2009 10:21 am

wow, he's that good that he's just gonna show up and hit 25 HR's and hit .280????
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby Hitchcock » Thu May 14, 2009 12:33 pm

-is just excited that another young O's player got the call up-


CUT PIE!!!!!!!
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby walkoffblast » Thu May 14, 2009 1:15 pm

nate128 wrote:I'll throw this one out there for his line for the rest of the year IF he is playing full-time:

.285 avg, 22 HR, 60-80 RBI (based on where he bats), 8 SB, 360 OBP. I think these are fairly conservative numbers and probably closer to what he will actually do rather than potential wise. Cheers!


That is way closer to a best case scenario production line.
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby Skimo77 » Thu May 14, 2009 2:07 pm

walkoffblast wrote:
nate128 wrote:I'll throw this one out there for his line for the rest of the year IF he is playing full-time:

.285 avg, 22 HR, 60-80 RBI (based on where he bats), 8 SB, 360 OBP. I think these are fairly conservative numbers and probably closer to what he will actually do rather than potential wise. Cheers!


That is way closer to a best case scenario production line.


Wait isnt this guy massive... like 6'6 270 or something? does he have speed too? that'd be impressive cuz of the 8sb prediction
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby B-Chad » Thu May 14, 2009 2:28 pm

If I had to hazard a guess I'd say he'll see around 400 AB's. With those I could see a line of 60-65 runs 15-20 HR's and 65-70 RBI's with a .280 ish average. No one is gong to confuse his ceiling with that of Jay Bruce, but he's got more minors seasoning, he's got a much more plate discipline and he's in a better lineup then Bruce was. I could definitely see him approaching or surpassing Bruce's counting numbers last year, probably falling just short on the power (I only say that because I feel like power is the last thing to translate for jumping levels... though I could be mislead), but I'd guess he hits for a considerably better average given he doesn't have the severe lefty righty splits Bruce does, and he has a more disciplined approach at the plate. I'm excited to be getting in on the ground level. He reminds me of Nick Markakis with a lower ceiling, more of doubles then HR hitter, but capable of blasting 25-30 in the near future with a solid batting average and tremendous OBP.
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby Skimo77 » Thu May 14, 2009 2:37 pm

nevermind strike my previous comment... i was thinking of kyle banks from the padres farm system...
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Re: Happy Nolan Reimold day everyone...

Postby bravelaker » Thu May 14, 2009 11:34 pm

He got a hit hopefully now those first hit jitters are out the way and we can see what he can do. ;-D
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