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Summary[]

Ben Lindbergh and Jeff Sullivan banter about Billy Butler’s beer league, the Jeurys Familia trade, the red-hot Oakland A’s, Seattle’s extensions for Jerry Dipoto and Scott Servais, the AL wild card race, the Mets’ most recent dysfunction, Khris Davis’s consistency, the FanGraphs trade value series and the long-term prospects of several top teams, the latest on position player pitchers, the pain of hit by pitches, and more.

Topics[]

  • Billy Butler
  • Jeurys Familia trade
  • Jesse Chavez
  • Khris Davis
  • Extensions in Seattle
  • The Mets
  • The trade value chart
  • The Pirates
  • Position players pitching
  • Willians Astudillo demotion
  • Jacob Degrom
  • Tim Tebow

Notes[]

  • The Mariners run differential is +1.
  • Khris Davis has has a .247 the last 3 season, as is batting .249 this season.
  • The only other hitter who had the same batting average 3 straight years is Mookie Wilson (.276).
  • “People don't need to know where Noah Syndergaard has sores or blisters” - Jeff.
  • Jose Ramirez and Francisco Lindor are the two guys atop the trade value chart, Corey Kluber is 12.
  • This year has already set the record for most position players pitching with 32.

Links[]

https://www.fangraphs.com/blogs/effectively-wild-episode-1247-the-32-year-old-who-only-hit-homers/

Link to Butler article

Link to Mets ownership article

Link to Davis consistency article

Link to trade value top 10

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