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Matt700wlw
08-14-2007, 08:23 PM
From Lance's blog...

Reds record vs teams with winning record: 30-32
Reds record vs teams with losing record: 20-35



NL Central since July 3
Reds 19-16 .543
Cubs 19-17 .528
Cards 18-18 .500
Astros 17-18 .486
Pirates 14-20 .412
Brewers 14-22 .389

westofyou
08-14-2007, 09:27 PM
Crazy stats

Gonzalez has more doubles then EE has Extra Base Hits.

Matt700wlw
08-14-2007, 09:28 PM
Gonzalez has more doubles then EE has Extra Base Hits.

Another crazy stat

KronoRed
08-14-2007, 09:43 PM
Guess those stats explain "win now" :help:

edabbs44
08-14-2007, 09:50 PM
From '06 to '07, Dunn's OPS vs LHP has gone from .896 to .677 and vs RHP has gone from .836 to 1.029.

And if I did my calculations right, Conine+Hatteberg equals the following:

Away: .228/.319/.323 with 4 HR and 24 RBI in 288 PAs
Home: .350/.415/.570 with 10 HR and 43 RBI in 292 PAs

BoydsOfSummer
08-14-2007, 10:57 PM
Gonzalez has more doubles then EE has Extra Base Hits.

Ouch. Double ouch.

Raise your hand if you placed a bet on that happening. More than anyone, it is critical for Edwin to turn things around going forward.

gonelong
08-14-2007, 11:01 PM
Ouch. Double ouch.

Raise your hand if you placed a bet on that happening. More than anyone, it is critical for Edwin to turn things around going forward.

If you went for the exacta and took Gonzalez for more errors than Encarnacion as well .... woooo wheeee!

GL

Tornon
08-14-2007, 11:07 PM
From '06 to '07, Dunn's OPS vs LHP has gone from .896 to .677 and vs RHP has gone from .836 to 1.029.

And if I did my calculations right, Conine+Hatteberg equals the following:

Away: .228/.319/.323 with 4 HR and 24 RBI in 288 PAs
Home: .350/.415/.570 with 10 HR and 43 RBI in 292 PAs

Perhaps we should bring up Votto to be a Road 1B, while having the platoon at home? :D

Rojo
08-14-2007, 11:52 PM
Not crazy-crazy but Dunn/Jr/Conine/EdE are a combined 26 for 30 on the basepaths.

camisadelgolf
08-15-2007, 12:05 AM
Jimmy Rollins has more triples than Ken Griffey has doubles.

camisadelgolf
08-15-2007, 12:08 AM
In 1990, John Smoltz led the National League in walks allowed. In 2007, John Smoltz has the fourth-best BB/IP ratio in the NL.

camisadelgolf
08-15-2007, 12:13 AM
Bobby Livingston can go 0-18 and still have a higher batting average than Juan Castro.

camisadelgolf
08-15-2007, 12:15 AM
This year, Todd Coffey has allowed more homeruns as a Red than Bill Bray, Eddie Guardado, Elizardo Ramirez, Phil Dumatrait, Rheal Cormier, Marcus McBeth, Jared Burton, Homer Bailey, Gary Majewski, and Kirk Saarloos combined.

cincrazy
08-15-2007, 12:41 AM
If Todd Coffey were a starting pitcher and pitched roughly 200 innings this season, he'd give up around 137 home runs. Move over Barry Bonds, there'd be a new home run king in town, and without any question as to whether it's valid or not.

camisadelgolf
08-16-2007, 03:09 PM
Gary Majewski has been very highly desired over the past six years. He was once a rule five draft pick and has been acquired through trade four times. His WHIP as a Red is 2.48, which is 0.55 higher than Chris Young's ERA.

Cyclone792
08-16-2007, 03:12 PM
Brandon Phillps has only three more walks than double plays this season. He has only 23 walks and has grounded into 20 double plays.

dabvu2498
08-16-2007, 03:24 PM
Brandon Phillps has only three more walks than double plays this season. He has only 23 walks and has grounded into 20 double plays.

On a somewhat related note, Alex Gonzalez went from May 25-June 28 without taking a single walk.

westofyou
08-16-2007, 03:36 PM
Brandon Phillps has only three more walks than double plays this season. He has only 23 walks and has grounded into 20 double plays.

Brandon Phillips has more extra base hits then Edwin and David Ross combined. That said let’s also note that Brandon has a .322 on base percentage and has 58 walks to 39 GIDP (8-15-07) as a Red. His current on base percentage would rank him as 5th worst amongst Reds second sackers in the post strike era. He is however on pace to tie Brett Boone’s 1998 EBH total of 63, which is actually tied for number one in franchise history, with Joe Morgan’s 1973 output. So despite the poor on base percentage we are seeing Phillips pursue something that we has Reds fans don’t see very often, a second basemen with over 50 extra base hits.


EXTRA BASE HITS YEAR EBH EBH
T1 Joe Morgan 1973 63 63
T1 Bret Boone 1998 63 63
3 Joe Morgan 1976 62 62
4 Pete Rose 1966 59 59
5 Pete Rose 1965 57 57
T6 Todd Walker 2002 56 56
T6 Joe Morgan 1974 56 56
T8 Tony Cuccinello 1931 52 52
T8 Pokey Reese 1999 52 52
10 Bret Boone 1995 51 51
11 Joe Morgan 1975 50 50

Worst 2nd sacker OB% since 1995 (Reds) (300 PA’s)


OBA YEAR OBA EBH RCAP
1 Bret Boone 1996 .275 -11 -13
2 Juan Castro 2003 .290 -7 -12
3 Bret Boone 1997 .298 -9 -24
4 Pokey Reese 2000 .319 -12 -20
5 Bret Boone 1998 .324 10 -6
6 Brandon Phillips 2006 .324 -6 -8
7 Bret Boone 1995 .326 7 2
8 Pokey Reese 1999 .330 -2 0
9 Rich Aurilia 2005 .338 1 3
10 Todd Walker 2002 .353 4 10
11 D'Angelo Jimenez 2004 .364 -10 4
12 D'Angelo Jimenez 2003 .365 -4 8
13 Ryan Freel 2005 .371 -8 0