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Postby joe112 » Thu May 02, 2013 7:25 pm

I was offered Kemp for Choo, Why?, is something wrong with Kemp that I don't know about? Should I jump all over this? Thanks.
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Re: Why? Kemp-Choo

Postby jruffus1 » Thu May 02, 2013 7:28 pm

I would have jumped all over this immediately. Wouldn't have even asked this question until I hit accept first. lol.
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Re: Why? Kemp-Choo

Postby harmon.rocky82 » Thu May 02, 2013 7:30 pm

no .... kemp = bust this year . guy is striking out a ton , and if u pay any attention at all , is not the same player nearly at all before he got injured ..... keep choo . he'll be solid all year long in that reds line up
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Re: Why? Kemp-Choo

Postby jruffus1 » Thu May 02, 2013 8:24 pm

harmon.rocky82 wrote:no .... kemp = bust this year . guy is striking out a ton , and if u pay any attention at all , is not the same player nearly at all before he got injured ..... keep choo . he'll be solid all year long in that reds line up


Buddy, Don't miss out on a game changing deal because of someone's humorous hypothesis. 99 out of 100 people would hit accept immediately. I recommend you listen to the majority on this one.
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Re: Why? Kemp-Choo

Postby tgo0 » Thu May 02, 2013 10:59 pm

harmon.rocky82 wrote:no .... kemp = bust this year . guy is striking out a ton , and if u pay any attention at all , is not the same player nearly at all before he got injured ..... keep choo . he'll be solid all year long in that reds line up


This just isn't true at all...

2013: GP-27, K-28 = 1.034 K/game
2008-12: GP-743, K-724 = 0.974 K/game

An increase of 0.06 K/game (in a small sample size too) is NOTHING to worry or overreact about. This "analysis" wasn't necessary for this trade but just needed to get that out there.

That said his production is down a bit from what was expected but he's still an elite player. Not that it needed saying after all this but I would do the trade.
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1B: Howard
2B: Altuve
3B: Freese
SS: Castro
OF:Braun,Kemp,A Jackson
Util:C Davis
Bench:Victorino,Gardner,Rutledge

SP:Strasburg,Melden,Milone,Cobb,Ryu,J Fernandez,Kendrick,Westbrook
RP:Rivera, Perez
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