Eno Sarris Baseball Chat
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Eno Sarris
1:56
All of us.
Matt
1:56
Eno, I enjoy complaining about how I don't feel you are answering the proper questions in the generally 2+ hours of your time that you are devoting to me free of charge.
Steve O
1:56
shouldn't the fact that Judge hits rockets allow him to be a true talent .350+ babip guy?
Eno Sarris
1:57
.350 gets him to about .270 with the BA, check his projections. So... maybe. But not giving him .400!
Johnny Five
1:57
Middle of the pack in saves, first in QS, nearly last in ERA/WHIP/Ks. Advice on where to go from here?
Eno Sarris
1:57
Trade for Chapman or an ace reliever type.
Be more judicious with starts going forward.
My friends mom
1:58
Calls me Chode Boy. It's a term of endearment, I guess?
Eno Sarris
1:58
uh
Nic
1:58
Why arr you high on bird? He hasnt been good in 2 years, and in his rehab stint in triple a he was terrible.
Eno Sarris
1:59
well he's been hurt for two years. I like his batted ball mix and think he can be a .240 hitter with 30 homer power.
Robert Gsellman
1:59
What's going on with me?  Was I overhyped in the offseason by facing weak opponents down the stretch?
Eno Sarris
1:59
Secondaries aren't that great.
Doug Thorburn
1:59
Hey Eno! Tell Paul (Alex Meyer Q from an hour ago) that taller pitchers will have a longer development path as long as pitching coaches try to coax more downhill plane. Tall guys like Randy, Miller are often told to release high, tilt spine, and then they lose command as well as extension (check Miller's RP height data from 2011 vs. 2017, look at video of early RJ). Once they lower the arm slot by getting back to more natural balance, it's gravy, and they can utilize biological advantages to get a deeper release. It's not a biology problem, it's a coaching problem (conventional wisdom is pretty dim)
Eno Sarris
2:00
Interesting. Jordan Montgomery just said that his biggest problem that he combats is spine tilt.
who to trade
2:00
does the HR surplus trend mean I should trade away Khris Davis before everyone realizes and trade for speedster even if other part of his game is underwhelming? (think jose peraza)
Eno Sarris
2:00
It's actually a decent trade, one one-dimensional guy for another, but the one you get is rarer.
Eldridge Cleaver
2:01
If you see a hitter's IFFB% deviate from career averages early on in the year, what do you look at to determine whether something has changed permanently in the hitter's profile or whether it is just an issue with small sample size?
Eno Sarris
2:01
It's better to use PU% (IFFB*FB) to correct for this.
Michelle
2:01
Eno! On my way to Boston as we type. Got brewery recommendations for us? You hooked us up big time when we went to Phoenix last year.
Eno Sarris
2:02
Night Shift and Trillium! Mead Hall in Cambridge for bar.
troutmaggedon
2:02
Why won't MLBers just let everyone style like they do in the KBO? I want someone standing at the dish until the ball lands yelling "ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?!??!?!"
Eno Sarris
2:03
I'd laugh. People forget it's supposed to be entertainment.
Guest
2:03
Can you give us the details on your Judge/Trout trade?
Eno Sarris
2:03
In the podcast!
Okay I gotta go. Too much to do! It was fun!
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