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Thread: should the Sox move Mocanda to third base?

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    Some are subjective-depends on who is doing the stat

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    Quote Originally Posted by richb688 View Post
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    Some are subjective-depends on who is doing the stat
    Which some? Any specifics at all????
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    that was not even the topic of this thread good lord

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    So nothing. First reply to your post and it is something you are incapable of replying to.

    No Moncada is not being moved. He's right in line with Altuve at this point. Doesn't mean he'll be him, but the alarm is too early to sound.
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    twat this post was never about stats

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyMontana View Post
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    If you can tell whether someone is talented or will be a star, why aren't you a scout then? You sound like a WSI mod to me, probably Daver. But please, I'm LMAO with you not at you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boletarian View Post
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    In many sports and some baseball stats I would agree with you. But overall, baseball is one of the best sports to use statistical analysis because nearly everything is tracked in some way shape or form. In hockey there isn't a stat to show you how many times you entered a shot lane or pinned a guy against the boards to delay the puck from exiting a zone, but in baseball, you can track any offensive stat and any defensive stat. You can track different ballparks, different time zones, different times of day, and so on.
    This is a great and polite response. Baseball has the most comprehensive and useful analytics of any sport and most every team is leaning on them heavily. Teams that don’t are at a competitive disadvantage.

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    not a metrics post

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    Quote Originally Posted by richb688 View Post
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    not a metrics post
    To go back to your original question Rich, yes I think they'll be moving him. They have Madrigal now and by starting him in the minors at second that gives me a good indication he's going to be the go forward second baseman. My guess is he'll be here in 2020, so they'll toss one of the other infielders at second for a stop gap year.

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    I don't think it is too early to sound. He has been in the bigs for a year and a half and has not shown any signs of the greatness predicted for him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NdSoxfan2 View Post
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    I don't think it is too early to sound. He has been in the bigs for a year and a half and has not shown any signs of the greatness predicted for him.
    He's still really young and is working this offseason on striking out a lot less. I think we'll see a large improvement from last year.

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