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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    A few dahllors I’m guessing $$


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    I like the idea of Dahl. Wonder what he'd cost.

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    I like the idea of Dahl. Wonder what he'd cost.
    No idea. But I canít see it being bank breaking. Iíd take a look at Zimmer who was just DFAd as well. Lefty. Can play center. Capable of positive WAR seasons. I think both could give a good boost without breaking the bank.

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Old school 1983 View Post
    Saw that David Dahl is a FA again. The Reds really need to jump on that. I might even try a 2 year deal. He needs To bounce back, but the Reds are in desperate need of LH and OF help. I doubt heís worse than Senzel or Aquino.
    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    I like the idea of Dahl. Wonder what he'd cost.
    Have you guys looked at his numbers recently? He seems more cooked than a turkey dinner. .538 OPS 2020-2021 in the big leagues and found no takers for a big league look after a decent-ish start to the year in AAA. Now he went back to doing nothing and Washington cut him. I wouldn't even bother with him as Louisville depth.
    ďI donít care,Ē Votto said of passing his friend and former teammate. ďHeís in the past. Bye-bye, Jay.Ē

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Have you guys looked at his numbers recently? He seems more cooked than a turkey dinner. .538 OPS 2020-2021 in the big leagues and found no takers for a big league look after a decent-ish start to the year in AAA. Now he went back to doing nothing and Washington cut him. I wouldn't even bother with him as Louisville depth.
    Reds will sign guys like Dahl to help fill out the ST roster, no problem. But with six weeks left they are going to see what is going on in their own house. Expect a parade of .610 OPS hitters up and down the lineup and a lot of baseball Tetris

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Have you guys looked at his numbers recently? He seems more cooked than a turkey dinner. .538 OPS 2020-2021 in the big leagues and found no takers for a big league look after a decent-ish start to the year in AAA. Now he went back to doing nothing and Washington cut him. I wouldn't even bother with him as Louisville depth.
    I just looked. He's been Senzel level awful the last two years. I agree, I spoke too soon. Minor league deal and invite to Spring Training and hope he's next year's Drury. The Reds have no internal candidates that I would want starting in next year's OF.
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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

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    Baseball is a funny game

    Joey Gallo as a Dodger: .932 OPS
    Andrew Benintendi as a Yankee: .625 OPS
    I don't want Benintendi to play bad, but could lower the price for the Reds this off season. I think he's a good fit on this team for a 2-3 year deal.

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Servo View Post
    Have you guys looked at his numbers recently? He seems more cooked than a turkey dinner. .538 OPS 2020-2021 in the big leagues and found no takers for a big league look after a decent-ish start to the year in AAA. Now he went back to doing nothing and Washington cut him. I wouldn't even bother with him as Louisville depth.
    He might be cooked but the Reds current options have been cooked, stolen, and eaten by the Bumpassís dogs like 3 Christmases ago. He should be entering his prime years. GABP is a bandbox. Take the risk.

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Quote Originally Posted by westofyou View Post
    Reds will sign guys like Dahl to help fill out the ST roster, no problem. But with six weeks left they are going to see what is going on in their own house. Expect a parade of .610 OPS hitters up and down the lineup and a lot of baseball Tetris
    I am ready for some Tetris without Senzel and Aquino.

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    Re: 2022 MLB In Season Discussion pt. II

    Sonny Gray tonight (so far): 6IP, 1H, 1BB, 10K
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