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    That number is bumped up by his one year resurgence in the afgermath of his injury. PEDs anyone? Of course. 32 dingers was it? Very obvious.

     
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    In response to GEAUX-TIGRES' comment:

    That number is bumped up by his one year resurgence in the afgermath of his injury. PEDs anyone? Of course. 32 dingers was it? Very obvious.



    U never know, but I think it was on the up and up; otherwise you sound like a RS fan.

     
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    Re: 10.6

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    The number of homeruns averaged by superstar Jacoby Ellsbury since being named the Red Sox starting centerfielder, over a half a decade ago.




    Thought you were posting the collective amount of brain cells you own.  But anyhow, I'm starting to think Ellsbury may need a restraining order against you.  We get it already - you don't like him/his game/his molecular makeup - can you please learn a new trick?

     
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    The number of homeruns averaged by superstar Jacoby Ellsbury since being named the Red Sox starting centerfielder, over a half a decade ago.



    Again wrong it is 16.

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    No, it's 10.6. "162 game average" isn't a season average, particularly when it comes to Ellsbury and a fictional 162 game season.

    2008   9  HR   Names Starting Centerfielder in spring training

    2009   8 HR  

    2010   Zero

    2011  32 HR

    2012  4  HR

    In the 5 seasons, since being named the starting CF'er, half a decade ago, superstar Ellsbury has averaged 10.6 homers per season. 



    Sorry it doesn't work like that. 

     
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    According to Baseball-Reference.com his average is 16 HRs per year,but why let facts ruin a rant?  

     
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    Ah, the sure signs of impending spring: Later sunsets, warmer weather (still waiting on that one), and Softy lobbing grenades at Jacoby Ellsbury. And facts be damned.

     

     

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    The number of homeruns averaged by superstar Jacoby Ellsbury since being named the Red Sox starting centerfielder, over a half a decade ago.

    Another  B I N G O   !!!!


     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    According to baseball reference, his "projected 162 game average" is meaningless. Nothing is more meaning less than "162 game averages".

    Fact: He's average 10.6 home runs per season, since being named the starting CF'er, a half a decade ago.




    False. His home runs per season is 16.

    Do you not know how statistics work??

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    2008   9  HR   Names Starting Centerfielder in spring training

    2009   8 HR  

    2010   Zero

    2011  32 HR

    2012  4  HR

    For the pea brains, you add the home runs from each of the above 5 seasons and divide by 5 to get his average home runs per season. Hint: It's 10.6

    Does anyone know what Ellsbury's days on disabled list 162 game average is?



    The same as VMart's.

     
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    In response to softlaw2's comment:

     

    2008   9  HR   Names Starting Centerfielder in spring training

    2009   8 HR  

    2010   Zero

    2011  32 HR

    2012  4  HR

    For the pea brains, you add the home runs from each of the above 5 seasons and divide by 5 to get his average home runs per season. Hint: It's 10.6

    Does anyone know what Ellsbury's days on disabled list 162 game average is?

     



    The same as VMart's.

     

    In response to softlaw2's comment:

    Not over the last season, but over the last 5 seasons?




    Yes, they both have the same amount of HRs from the DL over the past 5 years.

    (Hint: It's zero.)

     
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    Re: 10.6

    Also, Games played in the last 5 seasons:

    VMart: 500

    Jake:  548

     
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    So are these "regular averages" or "career median averages"?

     
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