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    Interesting stat about Jr.

    Dunno if anyone else saw this but as a Mariner, Jr. got a homer every 14.7 at bats.

    Anyone care to guess Jr's rate with the Reds?

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    yeah, in Seattle it was 14.65
    here in Cincy its 14.68

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    ahhhh, yes..............consistency.
    Who's on first?

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    Yeah, I thought despite his decline in the field, his hitting and power have remained consistent.

    Ah...what could've been!

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    Quote Originally Posted by nate View Post
    Yeah, I thought despite his decline in the field, his hitting and power have remained consistent.

    Ah...what could've been!
    What could have been? He's pretty solid right now.

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    Quote Originally Posted by Betterread View Post
    What could have been? He's pretty solid right now.
    I thought he meant as in years past w/o the injuries......but I agree with the last part.

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    Quote Originally Posted by sully_for_prez View Post
    I thought he meant as in years past w/o the injuries......but I agree with the last part.
    Exactly, without the injuries we'd probably be hearing about Jr. rather than Bonds breaking the HR record.

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    Currently his OPS+ (compared to league average) is the best he's done since 1998. Go Junior! It's a pleasure to watch him right now.

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    Re: Interesting stat about Jr.

    If Griffey would have been healthy, Barry Bonds would be where Rafael Palmerio is right now.


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