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Mock Line Ups

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Sample lineups using three year running averages for all the stat's. I purposely kept 1B empty on the vs. LHP side because it all depends on who the backup is.

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2 hours ago, Dochalo said:

What it will be 

Kinsler 

Trout 

Upton

Pujols

Calhoun

Simmons

Valbuena/Ohtani

Cozart

Machete



That's what I think it will be too and that is a damn good line-up.

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I'd like this thread better if it was called Mauch Lineups.

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6 minutes ago, True Grich said:

I'd like this thread better if it was called Mauch Lineups.

If you want to see some insane batting orders look up Mauch's lineup cards when he was manager. In '86 he had 9 different leadoff hitters and 9 different #2 hitters. From the 5th through 9th spot he had 10-15 different players in those batting orders. That produced 132 different lineup cards. Insanity, pure insanity.

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4 hours ago, Dick B Back said:

Where's Al?

Hopefully injured

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6 hours ago, nate said:

If Simmons hits like he did last year then he should hit no further down than 5-6.  Hopefully AP is buried in the lineup.

No way, SImmons isn't going to crack .270 with little power, he's a defensive specialist first and foremost he belongs 7 or 8

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6 hours ago, HaloNArizona said:

With the additions of Cozart and Kinsler lets see what you think (I know we have a ton of these types of threads...just couldnt find one)

1. Kinsler - 2B

2. Cozart - 3B (545 Ab's over the last 3 years with a .344 OBP in the two spot)

3. Trout - CF

4. Upton - LF

5. AP - 1B/DH

6. Ohtani/Valbuena - DH/1B

7. Calhoun - RF

8. Simmons - SS

9. Maldanado - C

 

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On Days Ohtani is the DH

1. Kinsler 2B RH

2. Calhoun RF LH

3. Trout CF RH

4. Upton LF RH

5. Ohtani DH LH

6. Pujols 1B RH

7. Cozart 3B RH

8. Maldonado / Perez C RH

9. Simmons SS RH

 

On days when Ohtani pitches or rests

1. Kinsler 2B RH

2. Calhoun RF LH

3. Trout CF RH

4. Upton LF RH

5. Pujols DH RH

6. Valbuena 1B LH

7. Cozart 3B RH

8. Maldonado / Perez C RH

9. Simmons SS RH

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I'm fine with a 3 Man bench (4 when Ohtani DH's)

I Think we should get a LH 4th OF, go with Cowart and Valbuena (When Ohtani DH's) as the INF backups and then go with Perez or Graterol as the backup C.

 

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25 minutes ago, southpaw said:

I'd like to see Ohtani bat in front of Trout. He'd get LOTS of fastballs......

If you're thinking he's going to hit lots of HRs, I'd rather see him hit BEHIND Trout. But that wont happen until he proves he can hit MLB pitching.

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