Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    I seriously doubt that Ciriaco is getting involved in anything like this.  I think all you guys are being extremely gullible.  Don't believe everythying you read.
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    Ciriaco does not have a Twitter account on baseball-reference.com, where many of their accunts are listed.  Certainly that is not proof either way, but its not all that hard to make a dummy account in anyone's name, either....
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    LOL, about time.
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    Speaking of Ciriaco, anyone notice he's gotten into a bad habit? Taking strike one; getting to 2 strikes the world knows a slow curve down and away gets him every time. Do we have a hitting coach, or not?
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    You're welcome.
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    In response to TrotterNixon's comment:

    The problem was Beckett. He's gone. The new clubhouse is already improved.



    Improved as in 3-8 since the trade, or improved as in it a calmer clubhouse?
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    FanGraphs columnist Jeff Sullivan looks at Pedro Ciriaco:

    http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/index.php/the-most-indiscriminate-hitter-in-the-league/
     
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    Re: Ciriaco Calls Out Peter Abraham

    In response to hill55s comment:

    FanGraphs columnist Jeff Sullivan looks at Pedro Ciriaco:

    http://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/index.php/the-most-indiscriminate-hitter-in-the-league/



    It's a nice analysis, but mostly just tells us what some of us already suspect.  Almost everything in BB revolves around plate discipline.  Almost everything about plate discipline can be determined by the K/W ratio.  Anything worse than 3/1 makes it almost impossible to be successful.  Ciriaco was at about 5/1 in the majors and 11/1 in the pros.
     
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