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    Jay Bruce Current Splits

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    Season BA, OBP, SLG, OPS
    .325 .353 .548 .900

    Splits:--- BA, OBP, SLG, OPS
    vs Left-- .333 .317 .513 .830
    vs Right .322 .367 .563 .931

    Runners On .389 .406 .630 1.036
    Scr Position .313 .357 .563 .920

    April .316 .340 .561 .901
    May- .357 .394 .500 .894


    2008 Season Bruce, comparison,
    even though it is Hairston/Freel/Patterson majors vs. Bruces minors
    Bruce -
    .325 .353 .548 .900 Winner !!!
    vs Left-- .333 .317 .513 .830
    vs Right .322 .367 .563 .931
    Runners On .389 .406 .630 1.036
    Scoring Position .313 .357 .563 .920
    April .316 .340 .561 .901
    May- .357 .394 .500 .894

    Hairston -
    .345 .367 .517 .884
    vs. Left .333 .400 .556 .956
    vs. Right .350 .350 .500 .850
    Runners On .455 .455 .818 1.273
    Scoring Position .429 .429 .429 .858
    April .348 .375 .435 .810
    May .333 .333 .833 1.166

    Freel -
    .304 .347 .362 .709
    vs. Left-- .344 .382 .438 .820
    vs. Right .270 .317 .297 .614
    Runners On------ .360 .393 .440 .833
    Scoring Position .471 .444 .588 1.032
    April .321 .351 .377 .728
    May- .250 .333 .313 .646

    Patterson -
    .200 .260 .421 .681
    vs. Left .083 .154 .083 .237
    vs. Right .217 .275 .470 .745
    Runners On .184 .256 .342 .598
    Scoring Position .190 .308 .429 .737
    April .225 .292 .488 .780
    May .091 .091 .091 .182




    3 year splits 2005-2007 - OBP, SLG, OPS
    Freel -
    vs. Left .345 .363 .708
    vs. Right .356 .382 .738
    Patterson -
    vs. Left .268 .365 .633
    vs. Right .300 .403 .703
    Hairston -
    vs. Left .274 .302 .576
    vs. Right .318 .337 .655

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    Wait, he can hit lefties?

    That's unpossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw View Post
    Wait, he can hit lefties?

    That's unpossible.
    .............dog gone shame......

    Not to mention that he can only play right field, even though he plays center field frequently and plays it well along with an occasional start in left.

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    So, he's good again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldFan View Post
    .............dog gone shame......

    Not to mention that he can only play right field, even though he plays center field frequently and plays it well along with an occasional start in left.
    More unpossibleness

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    I'm of the opinion that he needs to be in Cincy. He really has nothing left to prove on the minor league level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt700wlw View Post
    More unpossibleness
    Matt you're slipping, a couple other glowing problems with Bruce:

    Don't forget the history of leg problems that we heard out of spring training, and this one, his plate control and discipline is so terrible that he is only able to manage these paltry numbers below.

    vs Left-- .333 .317 .513 .830
    vs Right .322 .367 .563 .931

    .322 - .333 batting average range,
    .513 - .563 slugging percentage range,

    .830 - .931 OPS, range better hold him back until it reaches .1300

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    I'm of the opinion that he needs to be in Cincy. He really has nothing left to prove on the minor league level.
    Overall I agree.
    I wish they would put him in CF and let him roam the rest of the season as we all know he is the heir apparent to RF.
    I am sure he will be at some point this season but being a little anxious, I wish he would be in there tomorrow night in Big Apple.

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    Homer made his big league debut last year against Cleveland....any chance Jay stars in the sequel?

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    He has decent walk numbers against RHP, but is yet to take a walk against a LHP this season in 39 ABs. That's the next step for him, but overall I'm pretty sure he could make it in the majors right now. Can't wait to see him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheBigLebowski View Post
    I'm of the opinion that he needs to be in Cincy. He really has nothing left to prove on the minor league level.
    Ridiculous he's not in the majors. I think it's all about the arb clock. The Reds are afraid to begin that clock ticking.
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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    I like the fact that he hits well with runners in scoring position-.313, .357, .563 sound good to me.

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    Dusty likes Corey, he's a veteran. That trumps a better player, cmon, this is Cincinnati folks, get with the program.

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    Quote Originally Posted by membengal View Post
    So, he's good again?
    According to BA's who's hot he is:

    No. 8 JAY BRUCE, CF
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    Team: Triple-A Louisville (International)
    Age: 21
    Why he's here: .400/.464/.560 (10-for-25), 2 2B, 1 3B, 3 RBIs, 4 R, 1-for-1 SB, 3 BB, 7 SO
    The Scoop: One could be forgiven for wondering how it is that the best prospect in the land could hit .325 with power in Triple-A at age 21 and not sniff the Hot Sheet. Well, wonder no more. Bruce has produced steadily all season—without having that one knockout week—but the sum of his accomplishments can no longer be ignored. You see the numbers above, but what you don't see is that Bruce may just be getting started. After beginning the week 0-for-8, Bruce collected 10 hits in his next 17 at-bats, which when coupled with two walks, meant that he reached base in 12 of 19 plate appearances—or three times per game.

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    Re: Jay Bruce Current Splits

    I don't know what he's supposed to be proving to anybody at this point. Dunn can't play left, Junior can't play right, so why worry about how well Bruce plays Center...certainly he's going to do a better job of it than those two do in their positions.


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