Predict a lineup

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    Re: Predict a lineup

    The Red Soxlineup should score runs if  Napoli stayshealthy...But  what about  the pitching...Biggest question mark, monsieur...Then  again, that BP might be a strength...

     
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    In response to RedsoxProspects' comment:

    I also think Ellsbury would be a great #3 especially when we platoon Victorino at the lead off spot against LH. Against RH pitching I slot Ellsbury #1 and Victorino #9. 

    I don't like a set lineup. Guys should be able to function if they are moved around in the lineup. It's a team right! Not some group of egos which need to be stroked. We need more "team" and fewer "egos".

    Victorino has historically had bad splits against RH pitching. I'm sorry but he hits #8 or 9 in my lineup every day he is up against a RH starter. Why in heck would we give him more AB than any other offensive player on the team against RH starters? I'm assuming Lavarnway and Iglesias start the year in AAA.

    Moon has some good thoughts here. He's right. They will not do what they should do. I think I move people around a little but his concept is similar to mine:

    What they should do...

           vs RHPs       vs LHPs

    1)           Ellsbury/Victorino

    2)           Pedey

    3)           Ortiz/Ellsbury

    4)           Napoli/Ortiz

    5)        Middlebrooks

    6)       Nava/Gomes 

    7)      Drew/Napoli  

    8)     Salty/Ross

    9)       Victorino/Drew

      

    The above is based mainly on career splits, which I think we are going to see more emphasis on going forward. Team management will be done more according to the math this year, than Tito's buddy/buddy approach.



    Not bad, boom....second only to my line-ups... LOL!

     
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    Sub Lava for Salty in all these lineups; expecting a monster spring from Lava & a Salty trade.

     
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    Re: Predict a lineup

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

    In response to RedsoxProspects' comment:

     

    I also think Ellsbury would be a great #3 especially when we platoon Victorino at the lead off spot against LH. Against RH pitching I slot Ellsbury #1 and Victorino #9. 

    I don't like a set lineup. Guys should be able to function if they are moved around in the lineup. It's a team right! Not some group of egos which need to be stroked. We need more "team" and fewer "egos".

    Victorino has historically had bad splits against RH pitching. I'm sorry but he hits #8 or 9 in my lineup every day he is up against a RH starter. Why in heck would we give him more AB than any other offensive player on the team against RH starters? I'm assuming Lavarnway and Iglesias start the year in AAA.

    Moon has some good thoughts here. He's right. They will not do what they should do. I think I move people around a little but his concept is similar to mine:

    What they should do...

           vs RHPs       vs LHPs

    1)           Ellsbury/Victorino

    2)           Pedey

    3)           Ortiz/Ellsbury

    4)           Napoli/Ortiz

    5)        Middlebrooks

    6)       Nava/Gomes 

    7)      Drew/Napoli  

    8)     Salty/Ross

    9)       Victorino/Drew

      

    The above is based mainly on career splits, which I think we are going to see more emphasis on going forward. Team management will be done more according to the math this year, than Tito's buddy/buddy approach.

     



    Not bad, boom....second only to my line-ups... LOL!

     



    I'm ok with that Moon! I'll take it!

     
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    Moon, I'm moving guys ALL OVER THE PLACE. NO WAY MY LINEUP MIX HAPPENS but drill down into the splits and mathmatically it would produce more runs than just about any other lineup in my opinion. Some of these guys have extreme splits. We are looking at quite a few platoons IMO. 

    Nava

    Gomes

    Victorino

    Salty

    Drew

    This could be a different type of "team" this year with more platooning and a more mathematical approach to generating runs. I hope it is.

     
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    Re: Predict a lineup

    Victorino - Pedroia - Ellsbury - Napoli - Ortiz - Middlebrooks - Salty - Gomes - Drew

     
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    Personally, I dont like to see 1000 different lineups every year. Maybe mees with the 7-8-9 spots, but the 1-6 should pretty much be set.

     
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    Re: Predict a lineup

    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    I'm going to wait on my lineup projections, until the first month of the season reveals the DL members from Ellsbury, Ortiz, Napoli, Shane and Drew. I gurantee there will be lot of DL time between these guys.

    Anyone hear if Napoli deal has been signed.

    Also, still time to trade Ellsbury.



    So you'll predict a lineup after it's already been set? Brilliant. Maybe you really are a lawyer...

     
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    In response to Softlaw1's comment:

    I'm going to wait on my lineup projections, until the first month of the season reveals the DL members from Ellsbury, Ortiz, Napoli, Shane and Drew. I gurantee there will be lot of DL time between these guys.

    Anyone hear if Napoli deal has been signed.

    Also, still time to trade Ellsbury.



    So you'll predict a lineup after it's already been set? Brilliant. Maybe you really are a lawyer...

     
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