no JBJ in the starting lineup, what does this mean?

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    Re: no JBJ in the starting lineup, what does this mean?

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    yeah, carnie.  and now that i know you are in the bay, it will be no sweat to swing by with the van and pick you and the gear up for our tour.

     




    Actually, I'm back in Maine now with our bass player.

     




    Im right down the road Cool

     
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    yeah, carnie.  and now that i know you are in the bay, it will be no sweat to swing by with the van and pick you and the gear up for our tour.

     




    Actually, I'm back in Maine now with our bass player.

     

     




    Im right down the road Cool

     

     




    feel free to continue your courtship off my THREAD jabronis!

     



    your thread is garbage

     
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    It means THE END OF DAYS IS UPON US!!11!!!1one

     
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    i didnt like the move either, nava sucks, i have no idea why he made the roster and why he has started so many games. hes not good defensively and is a weak hitter. he hits terrible against lefties. no point in starting him.

     
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    yeah, carnie.  and now that i know you are in the bay, it will be no sweat to swing by with the van and pick you and the gear up for our tour.

     




    Actually, I'm back in Maine now with our bass player.

     

     




    Im right down the road Cool

     

     




    feel free to continue your courtship off my THREAD jabronis!

     

     



    your thread is garbage

     

     




    HEY THATS WHAT UR DAD SAID ABOUT UR MOMSSS!

     



    you are correct.

     
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    nava is a career .191 hitter against lefties, clearly farrell and co not playing the numbers

     
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    Re: no JBJ in the starting lineup, what does this mean?

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    i didnt like the move either, nava sucks, i have no idea why he made the roster and why he has started so many games. hes not good defensively and is a weak hitter. he hits terrible against lefties. no point in starting him.




    Ahem...

     
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    Guess you all know why Nava is starting NOW!!!

     
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    what were you saying about Nava??? tool.

     
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    That was strange timing even before the HR, as Nava also went yard yesterday and has had some other nice hits already.

    He may not be the best player out there, but he's certainly capable of coming through in a big spot. His contributions were huge last summer when our entire outfield was hurt. I, for one, am glad he made the team.

     
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    As softy clearly stated earlier today, Daniel nava won't win us any games in left field.

     
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    Farrell looks pretty smart today for starting Nava over JBJ.

     
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    Re: no JBJ in the starting lineup, what does this mean?

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    That was strange timing even before the HR, as Nava also went yard yesterday and has had some other nice hits already.

    He may not be the best player out there, but he's certainly capable of coming through in a big spot. His contributions were huge last summer when our entire outfield was hurt. I, for one, am glad he made the team.



    I was thinking the same thing.  He may not win an mvp anytime soon, but he doesn't fold under pressure, and has positional versatility.  I don't think he has first division starter talent but he's earned his place on this team, that's for sure. 

     
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    .243 hitter but he keeps a good OBP around .350 looking at his career numbers he's a much better hitter with RISP, especially with 2 outs.  I like having Nava on the bench.

     
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    Does anyone know if Carp has options?

     
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    .243 hitter but he keeps a good OBP around .350 looking at his career numbers he's a much better hitter with RISP, especially with 2 outs.  I like having Nava on the bench.



    What concerns me is how hot and cold he gets. He was everyone's hero for that first month, give or take, when he first came up. Then he was pathetically horrible the rest of the day.

    Even last year he was so hot and cold.

     
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    .243 hitter but he keeps a good OBP around .350 looking at his career numbers he's a much better hitter with RISP, especially with 2 outs.  I like having Nava on the bench.

     



    What concerns me is how hot and cold he gets. He was everyone's hero for that first month, give or take, when he first came up. Then he was pathetically horrible the rest of the day.

     

    Even last year he was so hot and cold.



    True but how many other teams have a guy coming off the bench who has a .350 OBP and is a .300 hitter with 2 outs and runners in scoring position?

    For what his role is, he adds value to the team.

     
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