Reddick/Drew/Cam/McD Stats L & RH pitching

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    In Response to Re: Reddick/Drew/Cam/McD Stats L & RH pitching:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Reddick/Drew/Cam/McD Stats L & RH pitching : Yes, an excellent suggestion, however, isn't he injury prone? What will it take to get him?
    Posted by lifelongsoxdawg[/QUOTE]

    Lester, Beckett and Pedey
     
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    We don't need any numbers to realize who ishitting and who isn't. It is obvious that Reddick gors to right,, and Lowrie to SS when they get back.

    What ISN'T talked about is the big surprise behind the plate. Salty does still get a litrtle anxious with men on base, but is outhitting virtually all the AL catchers this year! He (when he catches) and Reddick need to be up there behind Ortiz until Crawford and Lowrie do return.

    But, yes, please, Terry, we can get along just fine without Cameron and Drew *especially).
     
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    [QUOTE]We don't need any numbers to realize who ishitting and who isn't. It is obvious that Reddick gors to right,, and Lowrie to SS when they get back. What ISN'T talked about is the big surprise behind the plate. Salty does still get a litrtle anxious with men on base, but is outhitting virtually all the AL catchers this year! He (when he catches) and Reddick need to be up there behind Ortiz until Crawford and Lowrie do return. But, yes, please, Terry, we can get along just fine without Cameron and Drew *especially).
    Posted by bosoxmal[/QUOTE]

    bosoxmal, I agree and have also given Jason and Salty props in a few of my posts.  They are giving the team the kind of lift we need in RF when Carl gets back.
     
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    [QUOTE]It would probably help our team if Reddick is placed in RF when Crawford returns.   Release Cam or send down McD?   Reddick 400BA against RH and 600 L Cameron 167BA against RH and 150 L Drew 240BA against RH and 200 L McD 143BA against RH and 107 L You are only as strong as your weakest link!
    Posted by craze4sox[/QUOTE]

    Only the old Pittsbury Pirates, "Lumber Company," could get away with plattooning hitters because eveyone they sent to plate seemed to be batting .300.  Even pinch hitters Manny Mota and Vic Davillio were batting well over .300.  Back then the line was the Pirates needed two planes for away games, one for the players, the other for their bats.  Lol. 

    But not since then has a team do the lefty-righty thing and get away with it.  There is simply not enough at-bats for those guys to get their swing going and the pressure on them is very intense. 
     

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