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  • Top five average/homer hitters for the braves in 2006

    My prediction

    Homers
    1. Andruw 43
    2. Chipper 36
    3. Francoeur 29
    4. LaRoche 26
    5. McCann 17

    Average
    1. Giles .302
    2. Renteria .297
    3. Chipper .293
    4. Francouer .284
    5. McCann .281
    Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

  • #2
    Homer
    A. Jones 54
    C. Jones 40
    J. Francoeur 32
    A. Laroche 31
    M. Giles 25

    Avg
    C. Jones .319
    M. Giles .316
    E. Renteria .303
    J. Francoeur .300
    A. Jones .289
    Simply... TAKING BACK THE EAST IN 2007

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Go Bravos!!!#1
      Homer
      A. Jones 54
      C. Jones 40
      J. Francoeur 32
      A. Laroche 31
      M. Giles 25

      Avg
      C. Jones .319
      M. Giles .316
      E. Renteria .303
      J. Francoeur .300
      A. Jones .289
      You overrated everyone but hey, nobody can judge your predictions .
      Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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      • #4
        I am the eternal optimist

        Just don't look at this posth
        http://baseball-fever.com/showthread.php?t=34437
        ..The sad part was I ended up being right.
        Simply... TAKING BACK THE EAST IN 2007

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        • #5
          *Gasp* How dissapointing!
          Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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          • #6
            Homers
            1. Andruw 44
            2. Chipper 32
            3. LaRoche 31
            4. Francoeur 23
            5. Giles 19

            Average
            1. Chipper .312
            2. Giles .295
            3. Renteria .287
            4. McCann .280
            5. Andruw .277

            Since he isn't a starter I didn't put Diaz, but I'm putting him in at an even .285, its hard to guess his ABs but I'll say about 320ABs with 9 homers.

            While we're doing this anyone care to guess who is going to lead the teams with stolen bases? I'd say it was an even bet between Renteria and Giles.

            Btw, whatever happened to Andruw's running game, he used to be good for 15-20 steals a season. Getting too old already?
            Last edited by grizzly451; 04-05-2006, 07:46 AM.

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            • #7
              Homeruns

              1. Andruw Jones 47
              2. Chipper Jones 33
              3. Adam LaRoche 28
              4. Jeff Francoeur 24
              5. Marcus Giles 21

              Avg.

              1. Chipper Jones .309
              2. Marcus Giles .303
              3. Edgar Renteria .299
              4. Jeff Francoeur .284
              5. Brian McCann .282

              Stolen Bases

              1. Marcus Giles 22
              2. Edgar Renteria 16
              3. Ryan Langerhans 11
              4. Pete Orr 10
              5. Jeff Francoeur 9

              Also grizzly451 Andruw doesn't run anymore because he has put on more weight over the last couple of years meaning more homeruns but less steals.
              Extend Prado!!!

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              • #8
                Stolen Base predictions
                1. Marcus Giles 21
                2. Ryan Langerhans 17
                3. Pete Orr 15
                4. Edgar Renteria 13
                5. Jeff Francoeur 9
                Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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                • #9
                  Homers
                  1. Andruw 44
                  2. Chipper 31
                  3. Francoeur 24
                  4. LaRoche 26
                  5. Renteria 14

                  You are definetely overrating Chipper.
                  His power is long gone.
                  Last edited by wilkerson_rulz-06; 04-06-2006, 03:34 PM.
                  Cristobal

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                  • #10
                    As of 4/16

                    Homers
                    1. Andruw 3
                    1. LaRoche 3
                    1. McCann 3
                    1. Francoeur 3
                    5. Edgar Renteria 2
                    5. Langerhans 2

                    Average ( Atleast 3 atbats per games played ) minimum 8 games
                    1. Edgar Renteria .365
                    2. Ryan Langerhans .361
                    3. Wilson Betemit .341
                    4. Andruw Jones .277
                    5. Brian McCann .243

                    Stolen Bases
                    1. Andruw Jones 2
                    2. Edgar Renteria 1
                    2. Matt Diaz 1
                    4. Marcus Giles 0
                    4. Jeff Francoeur 0
                    Rest are tied with 0
                    Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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                    • #11
                      As of 4/22

                      Homers
                      1. Andruw Jones 8
                      2. Adam LaRoche 4
                      3. Jeff Francoeur 3
                      3. Brian McCann 3
                      5. Ryan Langerhans 2
                      5. Edgar Renteria 2

                      Average ( At least 3 atbats per games played and atleast 12 games played )
                      1. Edgar Renteria .365
                      2. Ryan Langerhans .308
                      3. Andruw Jones .299
                      4. Brian McCann .292
                      5. Adam LaRoche .241 ( Betemit has a .273 average but 15 games with 44 at-bats if he can pick up 4 at bats tonight he would qualify ).

                      Stolen Bases
                      1. Andruw Jones 2
                      2. Wilson Betemit 1
                      5 tied with 1
                      Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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                      • #12
                        As of 5/7

                        Homers
                        1. Andruw Jones 9
                        2. Jeff Francoeur 5
                        2. Adam LaRoche 5
                        4. Brian McCann 3
                        4. Wilson Betemit 3

                        Average
                        1. Edgar Renteria .348
                        2. Brian McCann .325
                        3. Andruw Jones .283
                        4. Ryan Langerhans .261
                        5. Marcus Giles .220

                        Stolen Bases
                        1. Andruw Jones 3
                        1. Edgar Renteria 3
                        3. Marcus Giles 2
                        4. 6 tied with 1
                        Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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                        • #13
                          As of 5/25
                          OP- On pace
                          Homers:
                          1. Jeff Francouer 10 Op-40
                          2. Anduw Jones 9- Op-36
                          3. Adam LaRoche 6 Op-24
                          4. Brian McCann 5 Op-20
                          5. Chipper Jones 4 Op-16

                          Average:
                          1. Brian McCann .350
                          2. Edgar Renteria .326
                          3. Chipper Jones .306
                          4. Jeff Francouer .258
                          5. Ryan Langerhans .256

                          Stolen Bases:
                          1. Marcus Giles 6 Op-24
                          2. Edgar Renteria 5 Op-20
                          3. Chipper Jones 3 Op-12
                          3. Andruw Jones 3 Op-12
                          5. Pete Orr 2 Op-8
                          Rest in Peace Jose Fernandez (1992-2016)

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by HankAaron86
                            As of 5/25
                            OP- On pace
                            Homers:
                            1. Jeff Francouer 10 Op-40
                            2. Anduw Jones 9- Op-36
                            3. Adam LaRoche 6 Op-24
                            4. Brian McCann 5 Op-20
                            5. Chipper Jones 4 Op-16

                            Average:
                            1. Brian McCann .350
                            2. Edgar Renteria .326
                            3. Chipper Jones .306
                            4. Jeff Francouer .258
                            5. Ryan Langerhans .256

                            Stolen Bases:
                            1. Marcus Giles 6 Op-24
                            2. Edgar Renteria 5 Op-20
                            3. Chipper Jones 3 Op-12
                            3. Andruw Jones 3 Op-12
                            5. Pete Orr 2 Op-8
                            Where are you hiding the Delorean, and where should I put my money for the next couple of games?

                            last time I looked it was 5/23/06 and the standings were:

                            HR
                            1. Jeff Francoeur 10
                            2. Andruw Jones 9
                            3. Adam Laroche 6
                            4. Brian McCann 5
                            5. Wilson Betemit 4
                            5. Chipper Jones 4

                            Average:
                            1. Edgar Renteria .326
                            2. Chipper Jones .306
                            3. Andruw Jones .268
                            4. Jeff Francouer .258
                            5. Ryan Langerhans .256
                            (McCann is 17 PA short to qualify)

                            Stolen Bases:
                            1. Marcus Giles 6
                            2. Edgar Renteria 5
                            3. Chipper Jones 3
                            3. Andruw Jones 3
                            5. Pete Orr 2
                            I signed with the Milwaukee Braves for three-thousand dollars. That bothered my dad at the time because he didn't have that kind of dough. But he eventually scraped it up.~Bob Uecker


                            "While he had a total of forty home runs in his first two big-league seasons, it is unlikely that Aaron will break any records in this department." ~ Furman Bisher, Atlanta Journal and Constitution "journalist"

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