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Luke Voit
3 months ago  ::  Sep 13, 2020 - 11:44PM #41
manbot
Posts: 1,069

Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read

3 months ago  ::  Sep 13, 2020 - 11:51PM #42
manbot
Posts: 1,069

Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:06PM, bumper wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




first of all, let's see him healthy so we can see what he really can do. and he's more like bernie ultra-light. let's see bernie hit .300+ 8 seasons. oh 100 RBI 5 times. 5 time all star. let's throw in 4 gold gloves. hicks has an 0-fer in all those departments. whenever bernie came up in a big spot, i was confident that he would come through. not so with hicksie. i've always thought of bernie as part of the core 5. hicks ain't even close.


would be thrilled if he turned into even a bernie light. the good news i guess is that his contract isn't onerous so he can be traded.




Ok Go back and read everything again focusing on the highlighted part 


3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 12:19AM #43
luvdayanks
Posts: 28,223

Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 

3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 11:31AM #44
manbot
Posts: 1,069

Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.

3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 11:46AM #45
Rob
Posts: 1,086

Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:28PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:06PM, bumper wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




first of all, let's see him healthy so we can see what he really can do. and he's more like bernie ultra-light. let's see bernie hit .300+ 8 seasons. oh 100 RBI 5 times. 5 time all star. let's throw in 4 gold gloves. hicks has an 0-fer in all those departments. whenever bernie came up in a big spot, i was confident that he would come through. not so with hicksie. i've always thought of bernie as part of the core 5. hicks ain't even close.


would be thrilled if he turned into even a bernie light. the good news i guess is that his contract isn't onerous so he can be traded.




Well Bumper, he's the most delusional poster on this board and trying to talk common sense to him is impossible. Comparing Hicks to Bernie is like comparing a Cadillac to a Yugo.




Luv, given some of the folks, past and persent, who post here "most delusional poster" is a pretty high bar.  No doubt he is certainly in the running, but the competition is fierce.

3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 12:14PM #46
John
Posts: 207

Sep 14, 2020 -- 11:31AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.




Hicks sucks, he and Gardner must go. 


Why are they still here is teh better question? 


3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 12:44PM #47
luvdayanks
Posts: 28,223

Sep 14, 2020 -- 11:31AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.




Your reading comprehension stinks along with your delusional thoughts. I said, now listen carefully, I've forgotten more about baseball than you ever knew. It's probably to difficult for your weak mind to comprehend, but try. BTW who is WE, I think it's more you and your delusions QimQam.

3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 2:32PM #48
NW
Posts: 2,478

Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:14PM, John wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 11:31AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.




Hicks sucks, he and Gardner must go. 


Why are they still here is teh better question? 





Hicks is here because he signed a long-term team friendly contract and he is, by far, our best center fielder.  His range in center (without looking it up) is at least average and he might have the best center field arm in the game right now.  His bat has struggled this year but he still is among the team leaders in on base percentage.  Simply put, we have no replacement in CF for him.


Gardner is here as an insurance policy.  He signed a (relatively) team friendly contract and can still play defense.  He's perfectly fine as a 4th outfielder, defensive replacement, and can assume starting roles if necessary.  Honestly, I think he was a bit insurance for Stanton and Judge being injured and the potential of Tauchman regressing.  The truth is that all three happened this year, so, as much as I'm not a fan of Gardner, it's a good thing we kept him around.  Right now, our best outfield is Hicks, Gardner, and Frazier.  Andújar may provide a bit more of a bat than Gardner but he's a disaster in the outfield.  Tauchman honestly shouldn't even be in the picture until he figures out what he's doing wrong (again) at the plate.

3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 3:48PM #49
manbot
Posts: 1,069

Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:44PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 11:31AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.




Your reading comprehension stinks along with your delusional thoughts. I said, now listen carefully, I've forgotten more about baseball than you ever knew. It's probably to difficult for your weak mind to comprehend, but try. BTW who is WE, I think it's more you and your delusions QimQam.




Oh no this is worse than I thought ... I'm not sure if you realize this but you already told us that you are very forgetful. 


As far as "We" ... I feel comfortable speaking for the rest of the board when I say this ... We all agree that you are lovely yet forgetful person, trust me my Grandma is the same way, but no one and I mean no one values your baseball knowledge or whatever is left of it. 


3 months ago  ::  Sep 14, 2020 - 4:18PM #50
luvdayanks
Posts: 28,223

Sep 14, 2020 -- 3:48PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:44PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 11:31AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 14, 2020 -- 12:19AM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 11:44PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 10:00PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:32PM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 12:35PM, luvdayanks wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 9:30AM, manbot wrote:


Sep 13, 2020 -- 8:27AM, Judge wrote:


So much Hicks hate.


He's coming off of TJ surgery, I expected a bit of rust.  In a normal season I would have given him more time than this season lasts to get his swing and timing down.   41 games and people are all over a player who's rusty and returning from surgery.


He's walking over 20% of the time, has over a .370 OBP and still hasn't gotten it going at all with the bat.   Imagine if he does.   You'd be talking about a switch hitting CF with an OBP over .400 and with power.


But yeah, he sucks.   Even though he's on a pace for close to a 4 WAR season and hasn't gotten his swing going yet, terrible.  Killing the team.




Agree ... Hicks is good player. Much better than Gardner or Tauchman 


He' a very good fielder,  has a high OBP, and natural power (unlike Gardner who's avg and OBP suffer significantly when he is swinging for the fences) 


I think if Hicks stays healthy he has some very good years ahead of him ... He's kind of Bernie light ... Bernie without the high avg    




Bernie light?? Yeah, very light. Bernie without the high average, now that is laughable. What natural power, look at his home run totals the past couple of years and he has 4 this year. Some power.




LADY ... No One and I mean No One values your uneducated baseball opinion. You are defintely the most uneducated baseball fan on this site ... that's not close and not debatable.


Hicks' 162 game avg from 2017 to 2019 is 31HR 96RBI and 99 BBs ...


Bernies career 162 game avg is 22 HR 98 RBI and 85 BBS 


So Hicks actually walks at a higher rate than Bernie and has more power ... Bernie is without question the better hitter overall and better player but they have similarities ... you just wouldnt undertsand but that's ok 




And your delusion continues. They have similarities?? You're comparing Bernies career .290 ba and 289 home runs, 1257 rbi to Hicks .234 ba 86 home runs and 289 rbi???  And,  you're going to compare Hicks 3 year pro rated statistics to Bernies actual statistics? Hicks has only played 100 plus games 3 years in his career so you can pro rate all you want but you're comparing apples to oranges. You're not only delusional, you're an idiot. I'd look in the mirror before calling someone uneducated. I've forgotten more baseball than you ever knew, which obviously isn't much.




Sounds like you forgot everything ...including how to read




Sounds like you're still delusional. Comparing Bernie to Hicks, can't make this up. As I said you're comparing apples to oranges, and you're too oblivious to see that. Just look at the numbers. Bernie light?? Yeah right, night and day. I can read just fine, and read the crap you posted, it's laughable. 




LADY ... As you proclaimed you've forgotten what little you knew about baseball.  I hope you are well ... but  please understand that we did not value your opinion before your memory loss and we certainly do not value it now.




Your reading comprehension stinks along with your delusional thoughts. I said, now listen carefully, I've forgotten more about baseball than you ever knew. It's probably to difficult for your weak mind to comprehend, but try. BTW who is WE, I think it's more you and your delusions QimQam.




Oh no this is worse than I thought ... I'm not sure if you realize this but you already told us that you are very forgetful. 


As far as "We" ... I feel comfortable speaking for the rest of the board when I say this ... We all agree that you are lovely yet forgetful person, trust me my Grandma is the same way, but no one and I mean no one values your baseball knowledge or whatever is left of it. 





You feel comfortable with speaking for the rest of the board??? This coming from the delusional one who is the laughing stock of this board. Take a poll, 95% of the people on this board think you're an idiot. You don't even get the comparison of I forgot more than you ever knew. Sad you have to go through life being both delusional and an idiot. Sorry, I'd have more success having a discussion with a rock. 

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