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 Post subject: Re: Will he be a Hall of Famer?
PostPosted: Sun August 02, 2020 3:42 am 
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Molina's tough for me... I think all catchers are, though. But did he have a better career than his contemporaries? Mauer? McCann? Martin? They're all on basically the same level, and I don't know the answer to any of them.


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Molina's tough for me... I think all catchers are, though. But did he have a better career than his contemporaries? Mauer? McCann? Martin? They're all on basically the same level, and I don't know the answer to any of them.

my gut says no on the latter three

i actually don't want molina to get in now that i think about it...last year i went to a cardinals game and he hit a hard line drive foul ball behind me...had i realized where it would land and reacted pretty quickly i could have made a play on it

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lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
philpritchard wrote:
Molina's tough for me... I think all catchers are, though. But did he have a better career than his contemporaries? Mauer? McCann? Martin? They're all on basically the same level, and I don't know the answer to any of them.

my gut says no on the latter three

i actually don't want molina to get in now that i think about it...last year i went to a cardinals game and he hit a hard line drive foul ball behind me...had i realized where it would land and reacted pretty quickly i could have made a play on it


I just think it's odd that it sounds like there's so much support for him based purely on his defense, while guys who are a bit worse defensively but much better offensively are completely overlooked. Maybe it's just the impression I'm getting from what I've been reading and it'll be different when the time comes for voting.


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 Post subject: Re: Will he be a Hall of Famer?
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greinke? i love him, but unless he puts together some great late career seasons my gut is he's not getting in


I don't think so. Three top-5 Cy Young finishes over a 17 year career, led the league in ERA just twice--those are similar numbers to David Price, not Kershaw or Scherzer. He was a dominant pitcher when he was on (he's so-so now) but I can't imagine him getting the call.

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greinke? i love him, but unless he puts together some great late career seasons my gut is he's not getting in


I don't think so. Three top-5 Cy Young finishes over a 17 year career, led the league in ERA just twice--those are similar numbers to David Price, not Kershaw or Scherzer. He was a dominant pitcher when he was on (he's so-so now) but I can't imagine him getting the call.

yeah...that's why i think if he somehow finishes his career really strongly there's a chance, but i doubt he does that

he will always be my mental health bro, though

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Greinke's really close for me. His advanced stats suggest he should probably get it, and he's reached 200+ wins and will get close to 3000 Ks.


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what do you think degrom will have to do?

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what do you think degrom will have to do?

If he wins the Cy Young this year, he's probably in. 3 in a row? C'mon. I believe only Randy Johnson has done that before. It's too bad he plays for the Mets, he has really good postseason stats the one time they got in with him.

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Simple Torture wrote:
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what do you think degrom will have to do?

If he wins the Cy Young this year, he's probably in. 3 in a row? C'mon. I believe only Randy Johnson has done that before. It's too bad he plays for the Mets, he has really good postseason stats the one time they got in with him.

i'd love to have him on the giants

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Simple Torture wrote:
lennytheweedwhacker wrote:
what do you think degrom will have to do?

If he wins the Cy Young this year, he's probably in. 3 in a row? C'mon. I believe only Randy Johnson has done that before. It's too bad he plays for the Mets, he has really good postseason stats the one time they got in with him.


deGrom is in a tough spot because he didn't make his debut until he was 26, so despite a ridiculous peak, he still has to put together a bunch of good seasons into his late 30s to have a chance.

He's like the pitching equivalent to Donaldson or Bautista.


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