39 million to 5 million?????

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    Re: 39 million to 5 million?????

    francona deserved to be fired, as did valentine..and cherington...case closed...

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    OPS 26-30 .734

     

    OPS 31-35 .750

    2012 AL

    How many plate appearances for those in that sample?

    Why include "30" with the 20's, in your sample?

    It's science, Joe, despite your feeble attempt to try and "lie with statistics".

    Joe, you are working to hard. Do me a favor and take players at age 28-29 and compare them to players at age 31-32. Make sure you don't include players with less than 450 PA in a season.



    The number of PAs is 61,652.

    I included 30 because that is the way B-R breaks it out.  Shifting it slightly to 25-29 sand 30-34 probably works in my favor.

    It is science.  These are just real life numbers.  Interpret them as you wish.

     
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    In response to georom4's comment:

    .500    enjoy the season delusioned bootlickers...ben is gone in 2014



    If you want, we can make another tag bet on that.  You seem like the type that doesn't mind losing to your intellectual superiors over and over.

     
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    The only reason he lauded Valentine was to avoid a serial whiner label after years of whining about Francona...

    More likely he is simply one of those people who make mistakes because they prefer to go with 'feelings' instead of using numbers to come to a conclusion.  And having reached a incorrect conclusion, doesn't like to admit it.

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    It is science.

    No, sampling selection is not "science". Your groupings and sampling sets reminds me of "how to lie with statistics".



    So you consider > 60,000 PAs a sample?

     
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    He will most likely play 1B primarily throughout the season and I say he will start more than 140 games as a 1B/DH and have more than 460 ABs.  His stats line would look like .275/.365/.495/.860 with 27HRs, 90 RBIs.  He will get his contract extended before 2013 ends and will be awarded with 2 yrs/ $35M with 3rd yr team option at $15M.  

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    No, I consider arbitrary snipets of age grouping sets that include 30 with the some of the 20's and limits the age groupings to arbitrary number of total years to be less than specious, and Clintonesque.



    I would assume that BR chose those parameters with some rationale in mind.  They're pretty good with numbers, so i don't think they were asking people to 'pick a number between 1-50'.

     
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    He will most likely play 1B primarily throughout the season and I say he will start more than 140 games as a 1B/DH and have more than 460 ABs.  His stats line would look like .275/.365/.495/.860 with 27HRs, 90 RBIs.  He will get his contract extended before 2013 ends and will be awarded with 2 yrs/ $35M with 3rd yr team option at $15M.  



    If he does that, we will give him a QO and take the draft pick.

     
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    I have a feeling Napoli is going to have a great year. He has a lot of reasons to perform this year.




    If Napoli signs the one year deal with an second year option. I think Napoli will perform well.

    If need be Papi and Napoli can alternate 1B and DH for the season, with Gomez getting some time on first and DH'ing to see how he performs. I will be content with this option.

     
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    Re: 39 million to 5 million?????

    In response to seannybboi's comment:

    He will most likely play 1B primarily throughout the season and I say he will start more than 140 games as a 1B/DH and have more than 460 ABs.  His stats line would look like .275/.365/.495/.860 with 27HRs, 90 RBIs.  He will get his contract extended before 2013 ends and will be awarded with 2 yrs/ $35M with 3rd yr team option at $15M.  




    Napoli? 17.5M per? seriously?

    Have you been drinking seanny?

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

     He will get his contract extended before 2013 ends and will be awarded with 2 yrs/ $35M with 3rd yr team option at $15M.  

    He will not start 140 games or more, nor will he get a 2 year 35M contract.



    If you believe he will not be able to play 140 gamed, why were you the first one to recommend him as a 1B solution?  At $10mill per year no less?

     
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    In response to Joebreidey's comment:

     

    The only reason he lauded Valentine was to avoid a serial whiner label after years of whining about Francona...

    More likely he is simply one of those people who make mistakes because they prefer to go with 'feelings' instead of using numbers to come to a conclusion.  And having reached a incorrect conclusion, doesn't like to admit it.

     



    7 years of reading georom"s posts hsve lefte with 3 observstions sbout him.

     

     

    1. No amount of stats or math can convince him anything.

    2. All his "conclusions" equate to thr Sox personnel always being incorrect.

     3.  

    He is actually  fairly OK with issuing public mea culpas..

     

     

     

     

     

     

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