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    Some Team comparisons

    Starting pitching

    Brewers:
    Marcum (29 yrs old) - 10-3, 3.62 e.r.a., 1.14 WHIP, .229 BAA
    Gallardo (25) - 13-7, 3.56 e.r.a., 1.29 WHIP, .256 BAA
    Greinke (27) - 10-4, 4.21 e.r.a., 1.18 WHIP, .243 BAA
    Wolf (35) - 9-8, 3.48 e.r.a., 1.31 WHIP, .260 BAA

    Cardinals:
    Carpenter (36) - 7-8, 3.75 e.r.a., 1.33 WHIP, .275 BAA
    Garcia (25) - 10-5, 3.23 e.r.a., .129 WHIP, .267 BAA
    Lohse (32) - 9-7, 3.45 e.r.a., 1.14 WHIP, .245 BAA
    Westbrook (33) - 9-6, 4.74 e.r.a., 1.47 WHIP, .280 BAA

    Phillies:
    Halladay (34) - 15-4, 2.51 e.r.a., 1.05 WHIP, .246 BAA
    Lee (33) - 12-7, 2.83 e.r.a., 1.09 WHIP, .237 BAA
    Hamels (27) - 13-6, 2.53 e.r.a., 0.96 WHIP, .212 BAA
    Worley (23) - 8-1, 2.85 e.r.a., 1.17 WHIP, .223 BAA

    Reds:
    Cueto (25) - 8-5, 1.93 e.r.a., 1.04 WHIP, .206 BAA
    Leake (23) - 10-7, 3.84 e.r.a., 1.24 WHIP, .259 BAA
    Bailey (25) - 6-5, 4.72 e.r.a., 1.32 WHIP, .268 BAA
    Arroyo (34) - 7-9, 5.48 e.r.a., 1.40 WHIP, .291 BAA
    Willis (29) - 0-2, 3.41 e.r.a., 1.27 WHIP, .259 BAA

    Leadoff Hitters
    Rollins (Phi) - 13 HR's, 72 runs, 53 rbi's, 50 BB, 48 K's, 27 SB, .341 OBP, .263
    Stubbs (Cin) - 15 HR, 78 runs, 39 rbi's, 46 BB, 153 K's, 28 SB, .326 OBP, .251
    Weeks (Milw) - 19 HR, 71 runs, 43 rbi's, 43 BB, 96 K's, 9 SB, .346 OBP, .272 - currently on DL
    St. Louis has no defined leadoff hitter

    #3 Hitter
    Pujols (StL) - 27 HR, 70 rbi, .277 BA, .342 OBP, .869 OPS
    Votto (Cin) - 18 HR, 71 rbi, .318 BA, .429 OBP, .944 OPS
    Braun (Mil) - 21 HR, 74 rbi, .321 BA, .391 OBP, .957 OPS
    Utley (Phi) - injured most of season, .280 BA, .368 OBP, .828 OPS

    #4 Hitter
    Holliday (StL) - 18 HR, 62 rbi, .319 BA, .422 OBP, .991 OPS
    Howard (Phi) - 25 HR, 91 rbi, .252 BA, .351 OBP, .829 OPS
    Phillips (Cin) - 11 HR, 63 rbi, .287 BA, .333 OBP, .757 OPS
    Fielder (Mil) - 26 HR, 87 rbi, .304 BA, .419 OBP, .987 OPS

    Pretty clear the Reds need to upgrade the starting pitching and the cleanup spot in the lineup.
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    Re: Some Team comparisons

    Sure would be nice to have a Cleanup hitter to knock in Votto. WOW .429 OBP.

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    Re: Some Team comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by Vottomatic View Post
    Leadoff Hitters
    Rollins (Phi) - 13 HR's, 72 runs, 53 rbi's, 50 BB, 48 K's, 27 SB, .341 OBP, .263
    Stubbs (Cin) - 15 HR, 78 runs, 39 rbi's, 46 BB, 153 K's, 28 SB, .326 OBP, .251
    Weeks (Milw) - 19 HR, 71 runs, 43 rbi's, 43 BB, 96 K's, 9 SB, .346 OBP, .272 - currently on DL
    St. Louis has no defined leadoff hitter
    You should list salaries also, as Stubbs fits in nicely then.(I would take Stubbs any & every day)

    Rollins 8.5M
    Stubbs 450K
    Weeks 4.5M

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    Re: Some Team comparisons

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Rover View Post
    You should list salaries also, as Stubbs fits in nicely then.(I would take Stubbs any & every day)

    Rollins 8.5M
    Stubbs 450K
    Weeks 4.5M
    I agree with this. The Stubbs situation is not nearly as bad as everyone makes it out to be. I think people expect him to be this great leadoff guy and he doesn't always measure up, but he is a pretty good 7 hole hitter. The strikeouts are certainly bothersome, but all in all his OBP is only 15-20 pts lower than two of the better leadoff men in the league and he is still able to combine his power and speed. Stubbs will bring his avg up to .260 and finish up with 20 some homeruns by season's end. His defense and SB speed also add some very good value. He's definitely frustrating to watch, but he's worth keeping around. Put the money elsewhere


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