Re: 6/23/12 - Reds vs. Twins
Originally Posted by _Sir_Charles_
Ludwick & Heisey have both been swinging the bats much better lately. Stubbs was stinging the ball before the injury. Cozart has been swinging much better after that month-long swoon. So I disagree.
Cozart .696, Ludwick .689, Heisey .659. OPS against RHP and that's after the so called hot streak. Heisey's OBP of .300 is the highest of the 3. Auto outs aplenty when a RHP is on the mound.
Against RHP, Rolen may be the only one to go up. Votto's 1.192, Phillips .847 and Frazier's .815 all likely to go down (Frazier was at 1.200 not long ago). Team needs an addition from outside who can help against RHP. Should probably be a platoon type. Everyday guys who hit against RH are generally big stars. No need for that since there are plenty of options to play when a lefty is out there.
"All I can tell them is pick a good one and sock it." --BABE RUTH
Having better players makes "the right time" or "the big hit" happen a lot more often. PLUS PLUS
Last edited by mth123; 06-23-2012 at 06:38 PM.