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Re: Cameron to Boston

Postby MasterX1918 » Wed Dec 16, 2009 6:10 pm

i dunno whos fred lynn
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Re: Cameron to Boston

Postby AussieDodger » Wed Dec 16, 2009 8:44 pm

nsulham wrote:Getting back to fantasy for a his presser Cameron mentioned he thinks he can steal 20+ next season and was held back from stealing in Milwaukee.

Good information ;-D ;-D ;-D ;-D ;-D ;-D ;-D

MasterX1918 wrote:i dunno whos fred lynn

The ghey dude off Bewitched? :-S
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Re: Cameron to Boston

Postby soxfan364 » Wed Dec 16, 2009 9:08 pm

:-S I think you're joking... I've been a Lynn/Rice fan since I saw them in Triple A in 1974... and my parents say I watched the '67 series as a 3 yr old so include me in those lifetime Sox fans! :-D

MasterX1918 wrote:i dunno whos fred lynn

As far as Cameron and Lackey... I like the Lackey signing, never been a big Cameron fan but the more I read and hear about him the more I like. If they can't sign Bay, then I see why Cameron was brought in. The .250 batting average scares me a bit, but he OBP isn't bad, and sounds like he's a very good centerfielder.
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Re: Cameron to Boston

Postby Skippyoz » Fri Jan 15, 2010 1:10 pm

I know that many people who are truly into hard-core statistics may hate simple analysis like this... but... These are the stadiums where he has the most Plate Appearances...
1,236 PA at Safeco for 30 HR (1 Homer every 41.2 PA)
697 PA at Petco for 23 HR (1 Homer every 30.3 PA)
556 PA at Comisky Park II for 23 HR (1 Homer every 24.1 PA)
554 PA at Miller Park for 25 HR (1 Homer every 22.2 PA)
513 PA at Shea for 19 HR (1 Homer every 27 PA)

Small sample size, but at Fenway he has 96 PA... with 5 Homers... that is 1 Homer every 19.2 PA. Hopefully, this translates into at least a similar amount of HR (24 and 25) that he has the past two years, if not a few more given the new home park. With his age, I'm not expecting him to hit 30 (his career-high) but perhaps 27ish?

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