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Corey Hart owners: Sell now! In 2007-2009, Corey hart has 35 HRs before the All-Star Break, and just 21 after. Before the break, his career average is .279 against .263 after the break. Also, he has 185 career RBIs before the break, against just 128 after it. June is by far his best month with 26 career home runs and 85 RBIs. Did I mention that he's just 6 home runs away from matching his carrer high? I think we have found the NL's Jose Bautista. (add all stats after June 20)
Jason Bay is on pace for 10 home runs and 69 RBIs. He is also on a pace for 24 stolen bases, 3 more than his career high of 21 on 2005
Julio Borbon is 1 for 4 in SB attempts this month. He is hitting .380 in that span, with 1 HR, 9 RBIs and 10 Runs this as well.
Buster Posey ishitting .175 in his last 10 games. He has 1 HR, 3 RBIs, and 4 Runs in that span.
Carl Crawford has more HRs AND RBIs than Jason Bay. Crawford has struck out twice in his last 10 games.
Clay Bucholz is worth waaaaay more than $443,000.
I bet no one guessesd that Adrian Beltre would be fourth in the batting title race at this point in the season. Did you know he's only four points out of second?
The NL leader in RBIs is over 25% available. Guess who:......................Troy Glaus
Is Wandy Rodreguiez worrying too much about his hitting? He is hitting .261 so far this season.
Manuel Corpas had 19 saves for the Rockies in 2007.
Is Dustin Pedroia goint to have to tell the security guard to "Ask Jeff ******* Francis who the **** I am" again? In case you never heard that story, here it is. Whe Pedroia went to Coors Field for the '07 World Series, the security guard asked to see his player ID. The guard thought that it was fake because Pedroia was a) unknown outside of Boston for the most part, and b) because he is so small. So when the guard asked him if the card was fake, Pedroia responded with "You don't know who I am? You don't know who I am? Ask Jeff ******* Francis who the **** I am. I'm the guy who hit a bomb and just ended their **** season!" The bomb is referring to the home run he hit over the Green Monster in his first at bat in the World Series.
Bengie was born in a different town from where Jose and Yadier were born.
awful awful reasoning
Look back at Corey Hart's splits again. He has played in 345 games pre all star break compared to only 238 after, so of course he will have more HR and RBI before the break.
If you take the 62 games, 18 HR and 53 RBI off of his first half stats you'd see that before this season Corey Hart had 35 HR and 132 RBI in 283 games before the all star break compared to 32 HR and 128 RBI in only 238 career games after the break.
He actually had a better HR and RBI rate after the all star break before this season.
Once again this is stupid. Do you know why Corey Hart has better numbers Pre Allstar break then after? Its because those "career stats" during pre all star includes this year numbers too! So his career numbers for after all star break in sure half a year that hasn't happened yet! You minus those pre all star 15 homeruns and 53 rbis this year and its almost identical to after all star break. How can you compare Corey Hart to Jose Bautista? That is moronic. Hart has a history of putting up good numbers even hitting 290 a few years ago. Bautista is a career 238 hitter and has never hit 20 hrs before this year. Your "facts" have lots of holes in them especially how most of them are opinions and not facts. Learn the difference between the two
The Corey Hart stats are totally misleading. Doing pre- and post all star break stats compares an unbalanced schedule. While the batting average numbers are correct, the power stats aren't. Hart has played about 50% more games pre all star vs. post all star (including this year where no post all star games are possible yet). There is an insignificant difference in power output. To trade / dump Hart on the basis of the reasons mentioned would be idiotic to say the least.
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