Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

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    Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    Josh Reddick is hitting a robust .149 in September, after going 0-for critical Yankee series.

    He continues hit hot hitting w/ RISP at .205, and .190 with runners on. He also has 146 Ks and a .240 BA for the year. FABULOUS!

    But, hey, he hit lots of solo homers before July!

     
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    In response to rightymclefty's comment:

     

    Josh Reddick is hitting a robust .149 in September, after going 0-for critical Yankee series.

    He continues hit hot hitting w/ RISP at .205, and .190 with runners on. He also has 146 Ks and a .240 BA for the year. FABULOUS!

    But, hey, he hit lots of solo homers before July!

     




    Some people on here call his year "remarkable" and say he will be in the top 10 MVP voting.

    He is hitting 243 and his ops is 766.  Wow.

     

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    And actually it's 145 in September.  The guy is clutch.

     
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    Very good. Let's try to justify a bad trade by taking shots at Reddick.  After all , Sweeney is hitting a ton in September , and  Bailey has so many saves that he could be in the top 10 in Cy Young voting.   Ben Cherington absolutely fleeced Billy Beane.  I am sure that Beane is regretting that deal.

     
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    In response to dgalehouse's comment:

     

    Very good. Let's try to justify a bad trade by taking shots at Reddick.  After all , Sweeney is hitting a ton in September , and  Bailey has so many saves that he could be in the top 10 in Cy Young voting.   Ben Cherington absolutely fleeced Billy Beane.  I am sure that Beane is regretting that deal.

     



    So no comment on Reddick hitting 140 in September?  You just want to bring up Bailey?  Pot meet kettle.

     
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    trade isn't as lopsided as it appeared at All* break when JR was raking long balls and bailey was raking his yard.  but it's still advantage A's.  140 September would fit right in with the "kids" (or is it prospects??) of boston, but looks weird on a playoff bound team like the A's....

     
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    So no comment on Reddick hitting 140 in September

    Any comment on Aviles OBP for an entire season and career? Any comment on his rock solid SS defensive ability that make him the starting SS for the Red Sox?

     



    Wrong thread friend.  

     
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    I would take his 30 homeruns over Ryan Kalish who has none or one at this point. The hardest hit Sweeney had was when he punched his had on the wall all year. Andrew "Brittle as Kindling  Wood" has put a thrill back in the save that we were not accostumed to seeing from Papelbon. 

    With the exception of dumping 63 million in payroll has Young Ben made a good deal all year. If anyone believes that he engineered that deal instead of Larry Luchinno, I have a Bridge to sell you in Brooklyn as well. The only thing Young Ben does is make sure Luchinno's coffee is right in the morning.

    Young Bens Genus Moves so far.

    Genius move sending Bard into the starting rotation.

    Brilliant move trading Youkillis for Stewart and Lillibridge, both throwaways then paying his salary. Btilliant move in the Theo Compensation and then the guy needs arm surgery. 

    Does anyone have any confidence in this guy fixing this team in the future, I do not.

    Here is the best the Red Sox Front Office is looking for an experienced guy to work with Ben in the future. Come on guys get yourself an experienced GM like Billy Beane in the off season already. Enough of this after all he was a Theo guy.

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    Some people on here call his year "remarkable" and say he will be in the top 10 MVP voting.

    He is hitting 243 and his ops is 766.  Wow.

     

    Snake the JR euphoria was small sample folly, but the pendulum shouldn't swing too far the other way.

     

    Defense, defense, defense, JR is a top 5 RF defender.  That makes him valuable even with a sad OBP.

     

    WAR 2012  

    JR  3.8       Ethier  3.4      Hart  3.3      Beltran  3.1      Swisher  2.9     Ross  2.6      JUpton 2.5

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    more to the point

    what kind of BB fan 

    trashes a 25 yr old kid that's

    leading his PO team in RS, RBI & HR from the #3 hole

    The problem is the Red Sox haters that will start a thread about anyone with a few hits that even walked by Fenway.  Then they disappear as soon as the player reverts to normal.

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    In response to rightymclefty's comment:

    Josh Reddick is hitting a robust .149 in September, after going 0-for critical Yankee series.

    He continues hit hot hitting w/ RISP at .205, and .190 with runners on. He also has 146 Ks and a .240 BA for the year. FABULOUS!

    But, hey, he hit lots of solo homers before July!


    Where are the A's? Where would they be without him? And where are our beloved Red Sox? Isn't that how you judge value to a team?

     
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    Would you rather have had Josh Reddick over any of the following?

    Darnell McDonald, Marlin Byrd, Daniel Nava, Scott Podsednik, Ryan Kalish, Carl Crawford, Jacoby Ellsbury.

    The only outfielder who you could argue you'd rather have is Cody Ross.

     
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    I'd rather have a healthy Ross/Sweeney in RF all season than Reddick. If Ellsbury, Crawford and Sweeney did not get hurt, that would have happened.

    I'd rather have had a healthy Bailey at closer than Aceves.

    It just didn't work out like that, but let's see what we get for Sweeney in trade this winter and how Bailey does the next 2 years as our closer.

    Reddick still has time to improve, and he is certainly helping the A's. Dumping Bailey and Sweeney's contracts helped the A's as well going forward on a limited budget. 

     
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    On the bench again tonight.  2 for his last 30.  .133 for September.  .242 for the year.  .760 ops. Last year his OPS was .784.  

     

     

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    Through age 25:

     

    Josh Reddick: .244 / .300 / .441 (.741) with 39HRs in 1042PA.

     

    Jeff Francoeur: .271 / .311 / .432 (.744) with 88Hrs in 2941PA.

     

    Also, both have terrific throwing arms. Francouer is the better all-around defender.

     

    So do we need still to see how this plays out?

     

     
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    Reddick is now .067 for the past week and .133 for September. WOW!

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    His first full MLB season. I bet hes gassed...Rest him a couple games and maybe he'll be back again.

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    Also, both have terrific throwing arms. Francouer is the better all-around defender.

     

    So do we need still to see how this plays out?

     

    I don't see how JF is a better all-around defender.  JR has the third best range in MLB for a RF for 2012, his career UZR is great.  JF has terrible range and is only 28 yo.  

     

    Career Range   /   UZR/150    Fangraphs:

    JF  -  31.8                 4.6

    JR  + 22.9                 17.2

     

    Range at 25yo

    JF   - 9.6

    JR   + 9.1

     
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    Re: Reddick Taking The Gas Pipe In Sept. AGAIN!

    In response to moonslav59's comment:

    I'd rather have a healthy Ross/Sweeney in RF all season than Reddick. If Ellsbury, Crawford and Sweeney did not get hurt, that would have happened.

    I'd rather have had a healthy Bailey at closer than Aceves.

    It just didn't work out like that, but let's see what we get for Sweeney in trade this winter and how Bailey does the next 2 years as our closer.

    Reddick still has time to improve, and he is certainly helping the A's. Dumping Bailey and Sweeney's contracts helped the A's as well going forward on a limited budget. 



    Moon - Sweeney? Really? He's nothing.

     
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