Papi looks fat,slow and unmotivated

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    And BILL-806 gets kicked to the curb for raising the opinion of truth !!!

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

     
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    You have to give credit to Geo.  No one jumps off and on the RS bandwwagon as quick as he does.

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    ADG wanted to DFA the whole team after one opener.

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

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    Though in fairness, at least that annoying charge was based on the quality of Papi's hitting, which looked (relatively) poor in 2009 and 10.  His bat was slow, he was getting beat with heat, and pedestrian hurlers had his number.  Statistically he was in a nose dive.  Of course, Papi's rennaisance only amplified the pathetic idiocy of all the blustery amateur judgement Georom throws around.  But, at least that was based on some actual evidence.  

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

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    Though in fairness, at least that annoying charge was based on the quality of Papi's hitting, which looked (relatively) poor in 2009 and 10.  His bat was slow, he was getting beat with heat, and pedestrian hurlers had his number.  Statistically he was in a nose dive.  Of course, Papi's rennaisance only amplified the pathetic idiocy of all the blustery amateur judgement Georom throws around.  But, at least that was based on some actual evidence.  

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    Actually, the "poor" 2009 and 2010 is often overstated. He had two bad months in 2009 coming off the wrist injury then for the next 10 months over two seasons, he batted .270 -- .270 the final four months of 2009 and .270 for 2010, which included the bad April and in retrospect was just that, a slow start. Overall, he was pretty consistent.

    His power stats and run production during those 10 months were just fine, and he was crushing right-handers. His biggest problem during those 10 months was simply his approach against left-handers. He was trying to pull them, which made his bat look slow. So his average against lefties was down from his career average, which drove down is overall average, but his hitting against right-handers was pretty much the same.

    In 2011 when he changed his approach against left-handers, his average has gone up since then but his production against RH stayed about the same. He simply started hitting left-handers again like he used to.

     

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

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    Though in fairness, at least that annoying charge was based on the quality of Papi's hitting, which looked (relatively) poor in 2009 and 10.  His bat was slow, he was getting beat with heat, and pedestrian hurlers had his number.  Statistically he was in a nose dive.  Of course, Papi's rennaisance only amplified the pathetic idiocy of all the blustery amateur judgement Georom throws around.  But, at least that was based on some actual evidence.  

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    Actually, the "poor" 2009 and 2010 is often overstated. He had two bad months in 2009 coming off the wrist injury then for the next 10 months over two seasons, he batted .270 -- .270 the final four months of 2009 and .270 for 2010, which included the bad April and in retrospect was just that, a slow start. Overall, he was pretty consistent.

    His power stats and run production during those 10 months were just fine, and he was crushing right-handers. His biggest problem during those 10 months was simply his approach against left-handers. He was trying to pull them, which made his bat look slow. So his average against lefties was down from his career average, which drove down is overall average, but his hitting against right-handers was pretty much the same.

    In 2011 when he changed his approach against left-handers, his average has gone up since then but his production against RH stayed about the same. He simply started hitting left-handers again like he used to.

     

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    Great points. I'd also like to add that his wrist injury might have caused his poor numbers vs LHPs beyond just his approach and more on a physical level. Once hsi wrist was strengthened, his numbers improved vs LHPs and hence overall.

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

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    Though in fairness, at least that annoying charge was based on the quality of Papi's hitting, which looked (relatively) poor in 2009 and 10.  His bat was slow, he was getting beat with heat, and pedestrian hurlers had his number.  Statistically he was in a nose dive.  Of course, Papi's rennaisance only amplified the pathetic idiocy of all the blustery amateur judgement Georom throws around.  But, at least that was based on some actual evidence.  

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    Actually, the "poor" 2009 and 2010 is often overstated. He had two bad months in 2009 coming off the wrist injury then for the next 10 months over two seasons, he batted .270 -- .270 the final four months of 2009 and .270 for 2010, which included the bad April and in retrospect was just that, a slow start. Overall, he was pretty consistent.

    His power stats and run production during those 10 months were just fine, and he was crushing right-handers. His biggest problem during those 10 months was simply his approach against left-handers. He was trying to pull them, which made his bat look slow. So his average against lefties was down from his career average, which drove down is overall average, but his hitting against right-handers was pretty much the same.

    In 2011 when he changed his approach against left-handers, his average has gone up since then but his production against RH stayed about the same. He simply started hitting left-handers again like he used to.

     

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    Excellent points Roy.

     
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    Never too early around here for a completely stupid thread.

     

     
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    2011-2013 OPS:

    1) Miggy 1.036

    2) Ortiz     .972

    3) Braun   .971

    4) Votto    .962

    5) Trout   .948

     

    'Nuff said, right? How about this...

    2013 Regular Season + Playoffs

    668 PAs

    35 HRs

    116 RBIs

    (35 2B+3Bs)

    Close to a 1.000 OPS.

     
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    From June onwards in 2009 Ortiz hit .264 with 27 homers, 81 RBI, and a .904 OPS.

    From May onwards in 2010 he hit .286 with 31 homers, 98 RBI, and a .943 OPS.

    The ice-cold starts in those years were scary, but he made up for lost time very quickly.

     
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    From June onwards in 2009 Ortiz hit .264 with 27 homers, 81 RBI, and a .904 OPS.

    From May onwards in 2010 he hit .286 with 31 homers, 98 RBI, and a .943 OPS.

    The ice-cold starts in those years were scary, but he made up for lost time very quickly.

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    Wow!  

    And to think that softy the clown wanted Papi demoted to AAA on a trumped up injury & rehab scheme.

     
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    Look at Geo's avatar; he still hasn't gotten over Roger the Dodger. Maybe he can replace it with Beckett. Karma Chamelion.

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    I dont want him to change his avatar though.  I like to imagine that image of stupid Roiger as Georom when he starts with his dullardry.

     
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    He had a miserable spring not hitting and complaining - and looked like he's been on the Josh Beckett workout plan....karma

      

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    Pretty harsh buddy after just one game.  Papi is sort of chubby, slow and at times appears unmotivated but usually still ends up being our best all round hitter right?

     
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    View image on Twitter

     

    The fat,slow,unmotivated Ortiz 's selfie with Obama

     
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    pathetic post by Geo

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    Not as pathetic as leading the charge that "Papi was through" several years ago.

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    Though in fairness, at least that annoying charge was based on the quality of Papi's hitting, which looked (relatively) poor in 2009 and 10.  His bat was slow, he was getting beat with heat, and pedestrian hurlers had his number.  Statistically he was in a nose dive.  Of course, Papi's rennaisance only amplified the pathetic idiocy of all the blustery amateur judgement Georom throws around.  But, at least that was based on some actual evidence.  

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    Actually, the "poor" 2009 and 2010 is often overstated. He had two bad months in 2009 coming off the wrist injury then for the next 10 months over two seasons, he batted .270 -- .270 the final four months of 2009 and .270 for 2010, which included the bad April and in retrospect was just that, a slow start. Overall, he was pretty consistent.

    His power stats and run production during those 10 months were just fine, and he was crushing right-handers. His biggest problem during those 10 months was simply his approach against left-handers. He was trying to pull them, which made his bat look slow. So his average against lefties was down from his career average, which drove down is overall average, but his hitting against right-handers was pretty much the same.

    In 2011 when he changed his approach against left-handers, his average has gone up since then but his production against RH stayed about the same. He simply started hitting left-handers again like he used to.

     

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    awesome post.  fwiw - we can thank adrian gonzalez for "fixing" ortiz' approach vs LHP.  he worked with him on opposite field approach.

     
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    Pretty harsh buddy after just one game.  Papi is sort of chubby, slow and at times appears unmotivated but usually still ends up being our best all round hitter right?

    Funny how looking fat is not an issue when he bops 35 Hrs like last year.

    Would he have looked "fat" if the wind didn't knock down his home run ball yesterday?

     
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    Pretty harsh buddy after just one game.  Papi is sort of chubby, slow and at times appears unmotivated but usually still ends up being our best all round hitter right?

    Funny how looking fat is not an issue when he bops 35 Hrs like last year.

    Would he have looked "fat" if the wind didn't knock down his home run ball yesterday?

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    Lets give G the benefit of the doubt by saying he may have Papi confused with Prince F. Moon:)

     
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    Hey, I wanna ask you something.  And I want you to be real honest ... Do you think I need to lose some weight?

     
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    Hey, I wanna ask you something.  And I want you to be real honest ... Do you think I need to lose some weight?

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    Just in the butt.

     
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    Hey, I wanna ask you something.  And I want you to be real honest ... Do you think I need to lose some weight?

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    Great line from the movie: Color of Money

     
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    Hey, I wanna ask you something.  And I want you to be real honest ... Do you think I need to lose some weight?

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    Great line from the movie: Color of Money

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    Thats a bingo Steven.  Forest Whitaker in one of the great bit parts of all time.

     
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    TESTING 1 2 3 

     
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    Hey, I wanna ask you something.  And I want you to be real honest ... Do you think I need to lose some weight?




    Great line from the movie: Color of Money

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    Thats a bingo Steven.  Forest Whitaker in one of the great bit parts of all time.

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    I remember the first time seeing that movie.  I did not see that coming at all, and neither did Paul Newman. Great movie and yes a powerful small part of a future star.

     

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