Eno Sarris Baseball Chat
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Eno Sarris
1:26
There aren't rules against it but there is some evidence that teams with extreme parks have a hard time winning.
Cam
1:26
Carlos Correa 2017- 30/30?????????
Eno Sarris
1:26
Wrote about this today. More like .280/25/25.
forever it
1:26
Both Fieldwork and Rare Barrel are in Berkeley!
Eno Sarris
1:27
Shoot yeah sorry. Not really Berkeley proper, or downtown, but yeah.
John
1:27
Do you think Allard and Riley would be enough to get Sonny Gray?
Eno Sarris
1:27
See that's why I think they might actually end up with Gray.
Ampersand
1:27
"if the Mets decide to get a bat with arms"
I too like the idea of Mr. Met's arch-nemesis
Josh
1:27
Piece of advice you would have for MN pitching? Love reading your stuff Eno
Eno Sarris
1:28
Give Mejia and Berrios a real long shot.
The Decadent Moose
1:28
If Inciarte is going for an arm, can Luke Weaver of the Cardinals be that arm? St Lou needs that CF.
Eno Sarris
1:28
Lotta people asking about this linkup. Maybe there's something there I guess.
Andrew
1:29
Matz for McCutchen. Who says no?
Eno Sarris
1:29
Two years of Cutch for four or five years of Matz? The Mets have had the chance to do something like this in the past and haven't taken it.
Dave Kingman
1:30
Feeling a little nervous about how well deGrom will bounce back next season. What do you expect?
Eno Sarris
1:30
His command and arsenal will make him good if not elite.
Pat
1:31
Eno, Nick Franklin, just 25, made some of the same improvements (CT%, O-swing%, SwStrike% and K%) that Jonathan Villar made in 2015 preceding his breakout. If he can find the at-bats and those changes stick, is he a sneaky candidate for a major profit with a 15/20 .260 type of year?
Eno Sarris
1:31
Can he get enough PA as backup MI?
Matt
1:31
Eno! This is my first year doing Ottoneu and I'm taking over a team that's definitely a bit of a rebuild and finished in last place. It's using FG Points for scoring. Have a few people that I know I want to keep (Turner at 14, Jose Ramirez at 7, Scherzer at 36), but I'm torn on Cespedes at 28 and Frazier at 17. What're you're thoughts? Also, have a trade proposed my 28 Cespedes and 7 Velazquez for his 18 Marte and 12 Guirrel. Should I keep, trade or just cut bait?
Eno Sarris
1:32
Keep them if you don't get good offers, but that trade offer is pretty good. Is that the elder Gurriel? If so, I like it. I might shop Marte after, you could get a similar package for him.
A cat
1:33
Sandoval for Pujols for a near-term increase in offense? With the youngsters and 2-3 years of contention with Price, Porcello, Kimbrell and Hanley, not to mention the arrival of Moncada, Devers, Kopech, Groome and Basabe, BOS would benefit from 3 years of Albert in Fenway and withstand his dead money at the the end. Plus throw in Craig's contract just because.
Eno Sarris
1:33
I think Sandoval will be traded this offseason, yes. This isn't terrible.
JP
1:34
What the world needs now, is love, sweet love
Hannah Hochevar
1:35
How much gri could a grichuck chuck if a grichuck could chuck gri?
Terrible Ted
1:35
Do flags really fly forever? I mean we know the real hero is the string holding it up.
Bucket List
1:35
Why are the awards voted on before the post-season begins? How stupid would the MoY vote look if Maddon had run circles around Roberts in the NLCS (didn't happen, but could have)...
Eno Sarris
1:35
Wrote about this! I think the player awards should be regular season, but I think there's an argument for manager being later.
BurleighGrimes
1:35
There's some scuttlebutt that the Orioles are looking to pry Frank Viola away from the Mets AAA team and make him pitching coach. To what extent should the Mets overpay coaches or create other incentives to keep the coaching team they credit with their young pitching success together? Viola has been given almost as much credit as Warthen, shouldn't the Mets do what they can to keep him?
Eno Sarris
1:36
Yeah Viola is great. Taught most of the curves (not Lugo's) on the Mets big league squad. Development is underrated. Pay for it.
Netflix and Rich Hill
1:36
WAR questions: i have 0 problems with what i understand about WAR and know that it's always being manipulated...I also want to understand as much as I can. For offense, will strength of opponent ever be factored in? For pitching: same thing, and will batted ball data (authority+trajectory) be worked in? Why or why not?
Eno Sarris
1:37
Even knowing *what* the true talent of the opponent is is very difficult, so I don't think so. Batted ball data should be in it soon, but we're only two years in.
Netflix and Rich Hill
1:37
Eno def drank during the World Series chats, come on Eno!
Eno Sarris
1:37
Well those were different.
A cat
1:37
Recommend local breweries in Santa Cruz area? And brews?
Eno Sarris
1:38
SANTE ADAIRIUS for the win. All of their beers, especially the tart sours. Uncommon is decent.
Michael
1:38
I don't understand the insistence on some teams holding onto players at the same position and same level in the minors. Yanks with Mateo and Torres, though Mateo is being tried out in center. Why don't the Mets trade one of Cechinni or Rosario though?
Eno Sarris
1:39
You don't worry about roadblocks until the guy is really read, and then you throw them at another position to help your trade leverage. "We don't need to trade him."
Netflix and Rich Hill
1:39
Edit: what was the first article you wrote about baseball?
Eno Sarris
1:40
Man I can't remember, but the first one that people noticed was about age-at-level, Kevin Maas, how the ladies took their shirts off when he hit homers, and how we should have known he was going to be meh because of age at level and how Matt LaPorta was going to suffer a similar fate.
Frank
1:40
Keep one in dynasty- Ender, Greg Bird, or Gurriel?
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