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40-man Roster Before & After Rule 5

Quote from Commie on December 27, 2019, 5:46 pm
Quote from BoosterSD on December 27, 2019, 4:51 pm
Quote from Henry Silvestre on December 27, 2019, 11:05 am

All I am going to say about Naylors Power is this ...see Yelich .. Yelich had mediicre power results up until the trade then exploded from the teens to 30 something Bombs +.. Benintendi is going to hit 25-30 inndue time as well.. It seems lefties usually take a bit longer to tfanslate raw power to game power for whatever reason.. With that said if Naylor is here and Myers is here on opening day Naylor is playing over Myers from day 1...

Not a chance. There is no way they are sitting Myers on the bench, making $20M a year, for a 3nd year rookie that CANT play RF.

Naylor and SD is best served starting the season in AAA and learning to hit for power in the game.

What do you mean by "3nd year rookie." Even assuming a typo it is confusing.

Yes, 2nd. Rookie, youngster, inexperienced, whatever you want to call him, he is not going to beat out Myers.

Quote from BoosterSD on December 27, 2019, 5:58 pm
Quote from Commie on December 27, 2019, 5:46 pm
Quote from BoosterSD on December 27, 2019, 4:51 pm
Quote from Henry Silvestre on December 27, 2019, 11:05 am

All I am going to say about Naylors Power is this ...see Yelich .. Yelich had mediicre power results up until the trade then exploded from the teens to 30 something Bombs +.. Benintendi is going to hit 25-30 inndue time as well.. It seems lefties usually take a bit longer to tfanslate raw power to game power for whatever reason.. With that said if Naylor is here and Myers is here on opening day Naylor is playing over Myers from day 1...

Not a chance. There is no way they are sitting Myers on the bench, making $20M a year, for a 3nd year rookie that CANT play RF.

Naylor and SD is best served starting the season in AAA and learning to hit for power in the game.

What do you mean by "3nd year rookie." Even assuming a typo it is confusing.

Yes, 2nd. Rookie, youngster, inexperienced, whatever you want to call him, he is not going to beat out Myers.

2020 Projections

Myers .244/.322/.444  .765

Naylor .259/.329/.443  .772

Take the youth and dump that $$$

Quote from Henry Silvestre on December 27, 2019, 7:25 pm
Quote from BoosterSD on December 27, 2019, 5:58 pm
Quote from Commie on December 27, 2019, 5:46 pm
Quote from BoosterSD on December 27, 2019, 4:51 pm
Quote from Henry Silvestre on December 27, 2019, 11:05 am

All I am going to say about Naylors Power is this ...see Yelich .. Yelich had mediicre power results up until the trade then exploded from the teens to 30 something Bombs +.. Benintendi is going to hit 25-30 inndue time as well.. It seems lefties usually take a bit longer to tfanslate raw power to game power for whatever reason.. With that said if Naylor is here and Myers is here on opening day Naylor is playing over Myers from day 1...

Not a chance. There is no way they are sitting Myers on the bench, making $20M a year, for a 3nd year rookie that CANT play RF.

Naylor and SD is best served starting the season in AAA and learning to hit for power in the game.

What do you mean by "3nd year rookie." Even assuming a typo it is confusing.

Yes, 2nd. Rookie, youngster, inexperienced, whatever you want to call him, he is not going to beat out Myers.

2020 Projections

Myers .244/.322/.444  .765

Naylor .259/.329/.443  .772

Take the youth and dump that $$$

If it were that simple it would be done already.

 

Quote from Henry Silvestre on December 27, 2019, 7:25 pm
2020 Projections

Myers .244/.322/.444  .765

Naylor .259/.329/.443  .772

Take the youth and dump that $$$

Defense! Naylor cant compare there. That is why Naylor will not beat out Myers.