Posted by burnsy483 on 8/31/2013 11:39:00 AM (view original):
"And right now, Trout's defensive season just isn't that good."
So what's the argument? Trout is worse defensively this year? Based on what, what is he doing wrong compared to last year?
excuse me. lots of evidence exists from the thread founder, in his first post in a couple of days, even though he must be doing something wrong, picking the proper username to make his contentions contentious.
in reviewing trout vs. cabrera, circa 2013, the shabby defensive glove not catching 2 balls that were supposed to be caught and all the 0-7's which are the BASICS of basically converted defensive numbers into offensive ones, so that they may compared on an equal linear weight, along with the rare occurence of this happening to only 2 other ballplayers this year, can only mean one thing. that i must be brief.
trouts poor defensive play is a large defensive advantage over cabrera. surely u get that large part, right? so neccessary to the description. its not that trout and cabrera must be mvps, but defensive advantages are still large.
blind people reading baseball statistics in braille are capable of seeing far better. and seeing-eye dogs do a far better job of interpreting the path of the blind. since our thread founder is self-appointed as the better german-sheperd here, what is the point of reminding his blind followers that they can see what he see's?
if we tell him we are blind to his numbers, he just barks some more, only now, in two day intervals. keep eating the alpo, bad_luck. must be a nice alternative to eating $h!t that isn't in a sandwich form. leave us blind baseball lovers alone. close your thread.
so, trout has a LARGE defensive advantage, playing poorly in the field, and being one of two guys who missed two flyballs this year. who made the rule that it boils down to this? how come the other guy, the one who also did not catch two balls isnt also in the running for mvp, since he compares with trout? if this thread can go on and on, then so can i, in opposition.
9/2/2013 4:02 PM (edited)