Aren’t statheads the kings of sample size? And yet, Theriot earned complete condemnation after two weeks:
The point is that you don’t have to hate the guy (Theriot) to know he’s not very good at baseball. Anybody who has gotten the impression I hate this man simply has not read much of what I have said here. I hope he does well. I won’t hold my breath waiting for it, but I really do.
.893 OPS and steady glove… just terrible. Of course, even though two weeks was enough to call Theriot the worst shortstop in baseball, Maddog will counter all this with, you guessed it, ’sample size’. “Well, the .893 is only through April 20.” No ####, Sherlock. Just like it’s no #### that Theriot is what he is, a good ball player. He’s no all star, no hall of famer, but you’re also not going to get better production from ‘any replacement level player’. God are you and your frat buddies ####### stupid. Theriot helps his teams win and it’s something you morons will never understand. You imbeciles only understand home runs and strikeouts. For you guys, a hit and run is like ####### quantum mechanics.
All these dumb ####### statheads are surprised the Cubs are scoring well despite Soriano’s injury:
With Soriano out and Fukudome taking today off because of a cyst above his eye, you’d think the Cubs offense would have trouble scoring runs. Baseball is a funny game.
Once again, thank god for ACB. Without them, we might actually learn the Cubs scored more runs per game with Theriot leading off last year than with Soriano.
Posted: April 21, 2008 at 02:21 AM | 47 comment(s)
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