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    Stubbs

    Keep hearing about how good the Reds record is when Stubbs scores a run. What is our record when he strikes out more than once in a game, which happens to be just about every night.

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    Probably not that bad since it happens so often with tonight being the 33rd time its happened.

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    If he could just cut those down to once a game and make contact those other 33 times that would be at least 10 more runs scored.

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    Banner night for Drew, only 2 k's, 1 HBP and a 6-3 ground out...
    Sorry forgot the fly out, even better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikemo14 View Post
    Keep hearing about how good the Reds record is when Stubbs scores a run. What is our record when he strikes out more than once in a game, which happens to be just about every night.
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    Re: Stubbs

    Folks, we've beaten this topic (Stubbs) to death from multiple angles. No matter what he does, Baker will put his name on the lineup card and bat him 1-2. It seems most every analyst, pundit, and fan continue to question why, and Baker bristles at the criticism and digs his heels in even deeper.

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    I see any long term solution coming this off season. And that long term solution is not Chris Heisey! I was hoping Stubbs would come around, because I like the guy and his speed, power combo, but he's not getting any better. Ever!

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    I do not think Stubbs nor Heisey is the answer. Granted that both of them have speed and both are decent defenders, but their lack of offensive production is terrible. Not to mention I have yet to see Stubbs dive to try to make a play, but instead gives the batter a single when he could have made a play on the ball. Heisey tries to dive, but completely misses the ball giving the batter a double.

    I know Dusty has said it won't happen, but why not put Bruce in CF? He has already played there before and he can make the diving catch as we have seen a few times in RF. His arm will also add to CF as he could keep guys from tagging up on third. Now you can keep Ludwick and add Frazier to the OF and we have good offensive numbers while not dropping too far off from the defensive side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BungleBengals View Post
    I do not think Stubbs nor Heisey is the answer. Granted that both of them have speed and both are decent defenders, but their lack of offensive production is terrible. Not to mention I have yet to see Stubbs dive to try to make a play, but instead gives the batter a single when he could have made a play on the ball. Heisey tries to dive, but completely misses the ball giving the batter a double.

    I know Dusty has said it won't happen, but why not put Bruce in CF? He has already played there before and he can make the diving catch as we have seen a few times in RF. His arm will also add to CF as he could keep guys from tagging up on third. Now you can keep Ludwick and add Frazier to the OF and we have good offensive numbers while not dropping too far off from the defensive side.
    I want to say Dusty recently said they would be trying Bruce in CF when Votto comes back. That could put Ludwick in RF and Frazier in LF. I don't think it would be an everyday thing though. When we have a flyball pitcher like Arroyo going I'd expect Stubbs to start for defense, and if we're on the road in a big outfield I'd expect Stubbs to start.

    Long term the answer is hopefully Billy Hamilton. Short term we at least have some mixing and matching we can do when Votto returns.

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    The answer will never be Drew Stubbs no matter how long Dusty tries to pound that square peg into that round hole.

    August:
    Stubbs - 97 ABs - .515 OPS
    Heisey - 29 ABs - .775 OPS

    Keep pounding, Dusty.
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    7 straight Ks and something like 31 Ks in last 75 ABs for a 2 hole hitter....





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    Re: Stubbs

    Quote Originally Posted by BungleBengals View Post
    7 straight Ks and something like 31 Ks in last 75 ABs for a 2 hole hitter....





    ....keep pounding Dusty!
    I think Dusty needs to use a bigger hammer or let someone else do the pounding.

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    Drew Stubbs over his last 20 games

    13-for-79 .165
    4 walks to 33 Strike Outs for a .214 OBP
    2 XBH for a .203 slugging percentage and a .417 OPS
    6 runs and 3 RBI

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    Re: Stubbs

    For what it's worth, since July 16th when Votto went down:

    Stubbs is .247/.309/.387

    In 150 at-bats, he's hit 21 singles, 4 2B, 1 3B and 5 HR. Struck out 53 times, stole 11 bases, been walked 13 times.

    He's scored 28 runs with 18 RBI's.

    Bold numbers indicate it's the most on the team for this stretch, italics indicates near the top. Although he has struck out a lot, his slash line isn't pathetic but it's not great. Average in my opinion with just a hint of power (OPS of nearly .700)

    Despite his K rate which is of obvious concern, he is still contributing to this team which is hard to see without looking at the numbers. I'm not ready to get rid of him just yet.
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