Inge on pace for 162 HR

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hammerfish
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Inge on pace for 162 HR

Postby hammerfish » Wed Apr 08, 2009 6:45 pm

When does the bottom fall out on BInge or could he be for real?

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Re: Inge on pace for 162 HR

Postby Grey » Wed Apr 08, 2009 6:53 pm

I see an 0-12 for the first three days of next week, but until then... Inge!
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Re: Inge on pace for 162 HR

Postby Mickael » Wed Apr 08, 2009 7:46 pm

I've watched all 3 home runs. The one off Halladay was an 89mph floater that didn't sink. I could see the steam coming out of Roy's ears, he was livid! Then the next night he hits an 87mph above the belt fastball off of Ryan. He's either going through a long spell of "dead arm" period, or he just doesn't have it anymore. I remember a year or two after Pat Hentgen had Tommy John his velocity went downhill and retired. Of course it's unlikely this is same thing, Hentgen was like 6 years older. Ryan opted out of WBC because he wasn't fit, I'm guessing this loss in velocity was the reason.
Oh, then Inge hits his third off of BP Litsch. Hmm, I can't really recall what it was, some 87-88 mph junk that didn't move.

Still, it possible he comes close to his 2006 totals. In 2006 he played at 3B all year, which he will this year.

2006 Situational Stats
159 542 83 137 29 2 27 83 43 128 7 4 .253 .313 .463 .776
12 Team/5X5 ROTO/Non Keeper

C-Soto
1B-Konerko
2B-F.Lopez
3B-Reynolds
SS-S.Drew
MI-Tulo
CI-Blalock
4 OF-Willingham,Kemp,Rajai Davis,Ichiro Suzuki
2 UTIL-Alcides Escobar,E.Dukes
BN- Montero,Miledge,Mark Ellis,Everth Cabrera
DL-Beltran,J.Upton

SP-Beckett,Wainright,Latos,Harden,Liriano
RP-H.Bell,Howell,Johnson,C.Perez

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Re: Inge on pace for 162 HR

Postby Grey » Wed Apr 08, 2009 11:10 pm

22/80/.245 doesn't seem farfetched, but there will be long droughts where you hate him. As a catcher, you can do worse...
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If you only have one team, post your team in your signature with the league parameters.
I don't know every single matchup for next week, so if you want me to choose a player for the following week and you think the matchups are important, tell me who they're facing.


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