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5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 10:31AM #11
Jon
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And just so you know, Yelich's back injuries are significant.



www.fanduel.com/theduel/posts/christian-...



Don't call either "bums".



Andujar is a "never was", and was never going to win an MVP even healthy.

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 10:53AM #12
Giancarlo
Posts: 2,415

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:23AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


In 2018 in 149 games he hit .297 27 HR 92 RBI he definitely has MLB talent he just needs an opportunity. He’s played only 105 games the next 4 seasons due to injuries so it’s not like he’s a bum whose gone down the Cody bellinger/Christian Yelich way where they were amazing and for some reason just lost all their power and average even with ample playing opportunities over the years to gain it back.




I think he's exactly like that.    After his labrum surgery he's never been the same.  2018 Miggy had consistent, electric gap power.    The ball used to just jump off of his bat.


It hasn't done that since.

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 10:56AM #13
_YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_
Posts: 1,036

Jonah you have lost all credibility with anything you say over 15 years ago no one takes you seriously here.
Yelich 450 games played last 4 years Bellinger 442 games played last 4 years Dummy.


Yelich


2019- .329 44 97


2020- .205 12 22


2021- .248 9 51


2022- .255 12 53


Bellinger


2019- .305 47 115


2020- .239 12 30


2021- .165 10 36


2022- .205 17 60

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 10:58AM #14
_YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_
Posts: 1,036

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:53AM, Giancarlo wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:23AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


In 2018 in 149 games he hit .297 27 HR 92 RBI he definitely has MLB talent he just needs an opportunity. He’s played only 105 games the next 4 seasons due to injuries so it’s not like he’s a bum whose gone down the Cody bellinger/Christian Yelich way where they were amazing and for some reason just lost all their power and average even with ample playing opportunities over the years to gain it back.




I think he's exactly like that.    After his labrum surgery he's never been the same.  2018 Miggy had consistent, electric gap power.    The ball used to just jump off of his bat.


It hasn't done that since.




Maybe it is but we need more games played by him to see. I'm not saying it's not possible but I'm giving him the bebefit of the doubt as of now. The other 2 we have seen more than enough games to know they are cooked.

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 11:03AM #15
_YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_
Posts: 1,036

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:31AM, Jon wrote:


And just so you know, Yelich's back injuries are significant.



www.fanduel.com/theduel/posts/christian-...



Don't call either "bums".



Andujar is a "never was", and was never going to win an MVP even healthy.




Bring back your talkin Yankees "show" so you can get your core audience the only people that call in to troll you cause you never have any good analysis of anything.

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 11:03AM #16
Giancarlo
Posts: 2,415

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:58AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:53AM, Giancarlo wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:23AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


In 2018 in 149 games he hit .297 27 HR 92 RBI he definitely has MLB talent he just needs an opportunity. He’s played only 105 games the next 4 seasons due to injuries so it’s not like he’s a bum whose gone down the Cody bellinger/Christian Yelich way where they were amazing and for some reason just lost all their power and average even with ample playing opportunities over the years to gain it back.




I think he's exactly like that.    After his labrum surgery he's never been the same.  2018 Miggy had consistent, electric gap power.    The ball used to just jump off of his bat.


It hasn't done that since.




Maybe it is but we need more games played by him to see. I'm not saying it's not possible but I'm giving him the be edit of the doubt as of now. The other 2 we have seen more than enough games to know they are cooked.




When you fail to hit in chance after chance and your team wants to win every year, you eventually will be phased out.


I think there would have been some sign that the pop was back in his bat over the years, but there never was.   He never looked remotely the same.


Unless he embraces himself as a spray/singles hitter and tries to just hit for average I don't see a path for him to ML success.   In his wildest dreams maybe he could become an Arraez Lite.   But more likely he heads down the path of guys like Greg Bird and Kevin Maas.

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 11:05AM #17
_YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_
Posts: 1,036

Sep 26, 2022 -- 11:03AM, Giancarlo wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:58AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:53AM, Giancarlo wrote:


Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:23AM, _YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_ wrote:


In 2018 in 149 games he hit .297 27 HR 92 RBI he definitely has MLB talent he just needs an opportunity. He’s played only 105 games the next 4 seasons due to injuries so it’s not like he’s a bum whose gone down the Cody bellinger/Christian Yelich way where they were amazing and for some reason just lost all their power and average even with ample playing opportunities over the years to gain it back.




I think he's exactly like that.    After his labrum surgery he's never been the same.  2018 Miggy had consistent, electric gap power.    The ball used to just jump off of his bat.


It hasn't done that since.




Maybe it is but we need more games played by him to see. I'm not saying it's not possible but I'm giving him the be edit of the doubt as of now. The other 2 we have seen more than enough games to know they are cooked.




When you fail to hit in chance after chance and your team wants to win every year, you eventually will be phased out.


I think there would have been some sign that the pop was back in his bat over the years, but there never was.   He never looked remotely the same.


Unless he embraces himself as a spray/singles hitter and tries to just hit for average I don't see a path for him to ML success.   In his wildest dreams maybe he could become an Arraez Lite.   But more likely he heads down the path of guys like Greg Bird and Kevin Maas.




This is true I'm just wishing him the best as a former home grown yankee

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 11:06AM #18
_YaNkEeFaN4LiFe_
Posts: 1,036

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:31AM, Jon wrote:


And just so you know, Yelich's back injuries are significant.



www.fanduel.com/theduel/posts/christian-...



Don't call either "bums".



Andujar is a "never was", and was never going to win an MVP even healthy.




Learn to read I never called either of them bums I said he's (Andujar) is not some bum whose going down the way they did aka shell of their former selves Fool. Where did I say Bellinger and Yelich are now bums?

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 11:43AM #19
manbot
Posts: 2,509

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:30AM, Jon wrote:


Christian Yelich injuries:




DATEINJURY
9/1/22 Neck
7/12/22 Back
7/27/21 COVID-19
5/4/21 Back
4/11/21 Back
9/10/19 Knee
8/7/19 Back
7/7/19 Back
5/21/19 Back Spasms
4/5/18 Strained right oblique



2018 & 2019 were the best years of his career 


2020 - NO Injuries - is when his down fall began 

5 months ago  ::  Sep 26, 2022 - 1:42PM #20
bumper
Posts: 13,174

Sep 26, 2022 -- 10:31AM, Jon wrote:


And just so you know, Yelich's back injuries are significant.



www.fanduel.com/theduel/posts/christian-...



Don't call either "bums".



Andujar is a "never was", and was never going to win an MVP even healthy.




probably never gonna be an MVP but to call .292/27/92 "never was", show how little you understand the game. 

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