What Does Nava Have to Do?

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    Re: What Does Nava Have to Do?


    AND he has reached base 29 games in a row that he has started .... not hits each time, but think about the last time ya heard someone got on base almost 30 games in a row ....

     
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    Re: What Does Nava Have to Do?

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    Because he has a .653 OPS vs. LHP as oppsed to his .852 vs. RHP. 

     




    Lifetime time numbers mean zilch when your career has been as short as Nava's. It's what he's doing now that counts.

     

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    His career is almost 2 full seasons.  What numbers should we use then, an even smaller sample size from him?

    All I'm saying is Nava is not an option at 1st vs. LHP.  It makes zero sense.  If anyone should be playing there besides Napoli it should be Carp.

    Nava has about 2 full seasons worth of stats, you can discount them anyway you want but what are you left with?  His offense seriously declines vs LHP and his defense stinks vs LHP.  

    Nava does not play first base vs. LHP. This shouldn't really even be an argument.

     
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    AND he has reached base 29 games in a row that he has started .... not hits each time, but think about the last time ya heard someone got on base almost 30 games in a row ....



    And he almost entirely starts vs RHP.  No one is saying he shouldn't start vs. RHP We are saying he shouldn't play first vs LHP

     
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