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redsandrails
08-19-2006, 06:05 PM
I just added tonight's game... and I corrected a typo in my stats. Also I am not sure if he reached on errors at all in this time stretch... if so his OBP would be even higher (BA and SLG stay the same).


Ed. E's stats since June....

15 BB
37 H
8 HR
11 2B
17 R
33 RBI
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103 AB (26 GS + some PH)

.359, .463 OBP,.699 SLG, 1.162 OPS

At that pace over a full season...

.354, 48, 150 with 54 doubles.



And here are his stats since playing every day:

13 G
48 AB
18 H
7 HR
4 2B
18 RBI
3 BB
12 R
2 HBP

.375 AVG
.434 OBP
.896 SLG
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1.330 OPS

Matt700wlw
08-19-2006, 06:29 PM
We are watching a star unfold before our very eyes in this kid.

BoydsOfSummer
08-19-2006, 06:38 PM
Add a double and 2 ribs!:jump:

redsrule2500
08-19-2006, 07:34 PM
Thing I like most is how he goes after the pitches. That one was outside of the strikezone and he went down, made contact, and turned it into a 2 RBI double.

MaineRed
08-19-2006, 09:51 PM
Edwin is a stud.

Candy Cummings
08-19-2006, 09:54 PM
He's been hot enough to get Jerry Narrron to find another place to play the great Rich Aurilia.

TheBigLebowski
08-19-2006, 10:02 PM
Put it this way - I dropped Joe Crede and his 25/80/.293 to add EE to my fantasy lineup. Keeper league, btw.

jnwohio
08-19-2006, 10:03 PM
The way he digs in and attacks with 2 strikes on him is starting to remind me of Tony Perez in similar situations. It is great to have somebody who acts and performs like he really wants to be up in the big RBI situations.

There in the 7th tonite, I think he initially thought he had it all for a 3 run bomb because he jerked the bat clear on through with his hands high which is sorta becoming his signature move when he plants a no doubter. But he recovered and got himself down to 2nd in plenty of time.

Falls City Beer
08-19-2006, 10:14 PM
He's a freak. He should be revered.

BCubb2003
08-19-2006, 10:23 PM
If you look at how his numbers go up when late and close, or with runners in scoring position, or with two outs, you'd think there's such a thing as clutch. But that's just this season. Maybe it'll be random next year.

Chip R
08-19-2006, 11:15 PM
Too bad he was not good enough to play regularly after he came off the DL. Too bad he had to spend all that time in LOU on rehab.

RedlegJake
08-19-2006, 11:18 PM
If you look at how his numbers go up when late and close, or with runners in scoring position, or with two outs, you'd think there's such a thing as clutch. But that's just this season. Maybe it'll be random next year.

I believe in clutch. Great hitters are clutch - over the course of the season they tend to match numbers with their overall line making them by definiton "clutch". EE is a great young hitter. Hence he is clutch.

OnBaseMachine
08-19-2006, 11:25 PM
Too bad he was not good enough to play regularly after he came off the DL. Too bad he had to spend all that time in LOU on rehab.

Yep.

I firmly believe Edwin will go down as the best 3B in Reds history by the time his career is over. We are looking at a perennial All-Star player here - I've been saying that since 2002. A .295/.385/.550 statline with 50 doubles/30+ homers and 100+ RBI will be the normal for him each year. I am salivating at the thought of having Dunn and Encarnacion back-to-back in the lineup for hopefully the enxt decade.

edabbs44
08-19-2006, 11:28 PM
Yep.

I firmly believe Edwin will go down as the best 3B in Reds history by the time his career is over. We are looking at a perennial All-Star player here - I've been saying that since 2002. A .295/.385/.550 statline with 50 doubles/30+ homers and 100+ RBI will be the normal for him each year. I am salivating at the thought of having Dunn and Encarnacion back-to-back in the lineup for hopefully the enxt decade.
Pretty bold prediction, as The Hit King might have a thing to say about that. But no doubt that he looks like he will be a great player for years. I wonder if JN gets ripped by anyone in the FO regarding sitting him for weeks. I think Rob Bell was worth EdE...

RedsIn07
08-20-2006, 10:22 PM
Pretty bold prediction, as The Hit King might have a thing to say about that. But no doubt that he looks like he will be a great player for years. I wonder if JN gets ripped by anyone in the FO regarding sitting him for weeks. I think Rob Bell was worth EdE...
Rose and his 4 seasons at 3rd? 4 seasons doesn't automatically make him the best 3rd baseman the Reds ever had, even though they have a weak history at the position.

LoganBuck
08-20-2006, 11:35 PM
I think Rob Bell was worth EdE...

Ruben Mateo alone may have been.

redsrule2500
08-21-2006, 12:11 AM
1.33 OPS >>>> :eek: :eek: