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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Transmogrified Tiger » Tue Feb 04, 2020 9:56 pm

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squally1313 wrote:Yeah I unfortunately don't see too many places where the Cubs would blow that out of the water. The outfield in total lines up pretty closely, just give Schwarber the 2.4, Heyward the 1.3, and Happ (with Almora dragging him down) the 0.9. 13.8 from the infield should be mostly covered by Baez/Bryant/Rizzo, but hard to get too far above that with second base being some Bote/Hoerner combo. Steamer has Contreras at 1.3, so catcher lines up pretty close. No one on our team will approach Flaherty, and we only have four starters right now, even though all of them are better than their second best pitcher. I'll still take the Cubs as the favorite, but it's pretty close to a toss up where the rosters are now.


We'll have to wait and see what the actual numbers look like, but if I were to ballpark it I'd guess the current Cubs come out about 4 wins ahead on the position players, 1-2 ahead on SP, and probably 2 down on RP.


I didn't get the specifics, but on aggregate it's about right, the Cubs projections are just under 5 wins better.

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby squally1313 » Tue Feb 04, 2020 10:08 pm

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squally1313 wrote:Yeah I unfortunately don't see too many places where the Cubs would blow that out of the water. The outfield in total lines up pretty closely, just give Schwarber the 2.4, Heyward the 1.3, and Happ (with Almora dragging him down) the 0.9. 13.8 from the infield should be mostly covered by Baez/Bryant/Rizzo, but hard to get too far above that with second base being some Bote/Hoerner combo. Steamer has Contreras at 1.3, so catcher lines up pretty close. No one on our team will approach Flaherty, and we only have four starters right now, even though all of them are better than their second best pitcher. I'll still take the Cubs as the favorite, but it's pretty close to a toss up where the rosters are now.


We'll have to wait and see what the actual numbers look like, but if I were to ballpark it I'd guess the current Cubs come out about 4 wins ahead on the position players, 1-2 ahead on SP, and probably 2 down on RP.


I didn't get the specifics, but on aggregate it's about right, the Cubs projections are just under 5 wins better.



Yeah good call.

Outfield: Cubs 5.7, Cards 4.6
Infield: Cubs 17.6, Cards 15.9
Starters: Cubs 13.1, Cards 11.6
Relievers: Cubs 3.3, Cards 3.8
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Re: The Cardinals

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Bertz » Sat Feb 15, 2020 6:20 pm

Cubswin11 wrote:https://twitter.com/dgoold/status/1228707769500553216?s=21


It's weird, my understanding is that Cards fans are generally worried about the offense, but for me I look at that rotation behind Flaherty and that's where I see cause for concern. It's sort of like the Cubs' bullpen where the sheer number of options probably means that it will turn out fine, but looking at the individual names I don't see anyone besides Mikolas who I would say is more likely to be good than bad.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Cubswin11 » Sat Feb 15, 2020 6:28 pm

Bertz wrote:
Cubswin11 wrote:https://twitter.com/dgoold/status/1228707769500553216?s=21


It's weird, my understanding is that Cards fans are generally worried about the offense, but for me I look at that rotation behind Flaherty and that's where I see cause for concern. It's sort of like the Cubs' bullpen where the sheer number of options probably means that it will turn out fine, but looking at the individual names I don't see anyone besides Mikolas who I would say is more likely to be good than bad.

Their offense and defense I think have major issues and red flags. The offense really lacks impact. If Mikolas is legit hurt the rotation could be a mess with Martinez and Reyes always hurt and old man Waino. I think they’re the third best team in the division right now and they’re closer to 4th and the Brewers than us and the Reds at 1/2.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Andy » Sat Feb 15, 2020 6:48 pm

Bertz wrote:
Cubswin11 wrote:https://twitter.com/dgoold/status/1228707769500553216?s=21


It's weird, my understanding is that Cards fans are generally worried about the offense, but for me I look at that rotation behind Flaherty and that's where I see cause for concern. It's sort of like the Cubs' bullpen where the sheer number of options probably means that it will turn out fine, but looking at the individual names I don't see anyone besides Mikolas who I would say is more likely to be good than bad.

If your baseball team had just been able to crap out competent rotations pretty much regardless of talent level for a couple of decades straight, you probably would stop worrying about that at some point.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Cubswin11 » Tue Feb 18, 2020 5:38 pm

Ah yes, the Angels tried and true method of PRP and rest. That always works and just doesn’t push off TJ a few months.
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Re: The Cardinals

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby soccer10k » Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:34 pm

Looks like he should have stayed in the pen.

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby d_money » Tue Feb 25, 2020 10:58 pm

soccer10k wrote:Looks like he should have stayed in the pen.

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What a crying shame.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Tim » Tue Feb 25, 2020 11:17 pm

soccer10k wrote:Looks like he should have stayed in the pen.

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Excellent. I don't want him hurt. I just want him to suck.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Cubswin11 » Wed Mar 04, 2020 3:06 am

Weird. Sounds like he has the yips if he isn’t masking an injury.

“The sensation I have throwing a baseball now just isn’t consistent with what it is when I know I’m good,” Miller said.

Miller struggles to describe the feeling he experiences when releasing the ball. It’s not pain. There’s no burning or tingling. It simply doesn’t feel right....

That outing followed a wild Grapefruit League debut Friday during which Miller allowed one run in one inning while hitting two batters, including Tim Tebow....

Miller said his arm and shoulder feel fine and aren’t experiencing weakness. He spent Tuesday undergoing tests.

“In some ways it’s good that there’s no clear-cut pain,” Miller said. “In other ways it’s frustrating because, what is it?”



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Re: The Cardinals

Postby David » Wed Mar 04, 2020 6:47 am

Cubswin11 wrote:Weird. Sounds like he has the yips if he isn’t masking an injury.

“The sensation I have throwing a baseball now just isn’t consistent with what it is when I know I’m good,” Miller said.

Miller struggles to describe the feeling he experiences when releasing the ball. It’s not pain. There’s no burning or tingling. It simply doesn’t feel right....

That outing followed a wild Grapefruit League debut Friday during which Miller allowed one run in one inning while hitting two batters, including Tim Tebow....

Miller said his arm and shoulder feel fine and aren’t experiencing weakness. He spent Tuesday undergoing tests.

“In some ways it’s good that there’s no clear-cut pain,” Miller said. “In other ways it’s frustrating because, what is it?”






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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Derwood » Mon Mar 09, 2020 3:15 am

In case you thought the Ricketts were the only cheap-ass, terrible owners:

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Cubswin11 » Thu Mar 12, 2020 12:13 am

Yes, please

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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Regular Show » Fri May 01, 2020 3:39 am


I would love to see Yadi end his career with another team after getting into a dispute about properly being paid with the Cardinals lol.

Please end your career with the horsefeathers Marlins.
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Re: The Cardinals

Postby Tim » Fri May 01, 2020 12:26 pm

Funny...I'd like to see him sign a 6yr, $150M contract with the Cards.
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