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    After the first couple of games, it's always fun to do some figuring and see who's on pace for what number of hits, RBI, innings pitched, Ks, etc. Lemmesee:

    Big Papi is on pace for 162 homers and 486 hits and RBI.
    Mike Lowell, surprisingly, is on pace for 162 homers, too.

    Bonds won't walk once, nor homer at all, if this pace continues.

    Lets have some more numbers from around the Majors.
    Last edited by VTSoxFan; 04-04-2006, 04:13 PM.
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    Chris Shelton is on pace for 324 Homers.
    Simply... TAKING BACK THE EAST IN 2007

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    • #3
      A-rod is on pace for 800 RBI's

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      • #4
        Prince Fielder is on pace for 648 K's. Oh where did our prospect go.
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        • #5
          The Phillies are on pace to get outscored 2,106 - 810.

          Barry Zito is on pace to give up 238 earned runs (I used his average GS per season, which is 34).

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          • #6
            Albert Pujols on pace for 324 HRs with a 1.000 AVG.
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            • #7
              The Yanks are on pace to get 2,430 runs and go 162-zip. Oh, and Randy Johnson is expected to be 30-0 with a 1.29 ERA.
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              • #8
                Oliver Perez in on pace to get 306 k's and a 1.29 era. With a 0-0 record
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dudecar00
                  Prince Fielder is on pace for 648 K's. Oh where did our prospect go.
                  He's keeping pace after tonight's game

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                  • #10
                    Rollins is on pace to hit in 162 consecutive games, which will make last year's measly 36 games irrelevant.
                    "He can get 10 hits in five at-bats." -Joe Torre, exasperated after seeing Ichiro hit a routine ground ball to shortstop and cross first with an infield single.
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                    • #11
                      Jorge Posada is now on pace for a .000 average and 81 RBIs.
                      Me, at a Boston restaurant, to a waiter:
                      Are you sure the Manny Ramirez (name of burger) isn't a sloppy joe?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Yankees
                        Jorge Posada is now on pace for a .000 average and 81 RBIs.
                        Well, not anymore (thankfully)-- .167 with 162 RBIs
                        Me, at a Boston restaurant, to a waiter:
                        Are you sure the Manny Ramirez (name of burger) isn't a sloppy joe?

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                        • #13
                          Realistically speaking, does anybody think Bonds' 73 HR record will be challenged this year? I just have a feeling. Pujols would be my pick.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by torez77
                            Realistically speaking, does anybody think Bonds' 73 HR record will be challenged this year? I just have a feeling. Pujols would be my pick.
                            I think someone will hit 80 within the next 15 years

                            Some canidates:

                            Albert Pujols
                            Alex Rodriguez
                            David Ortiz
                            Adam Dunn
                            Ryan Howard
                            Prince Fielder

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Astro
                              I think someone will hit 80 within the next 15 years

                              Prince Fielder
                              He'll hit 80 strikeouts within the next 15 days at the rate he's going.

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