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evan

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  • Birthday 12/05/1991

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    Sussex County, New Jersey

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  1. evan

    Music thread

  2. No kitchen sinks here. Bust.
  3. evan

    2018 MLB thread

    Going to PNC Park in July!
  4. As long as it isn't this kind of Seattle.
  5. Luckily, pictures last much longer.
  6. Some of our best storms have come on the heels of warmer weather too (March 2017 and I think the February 8-9 2017 storm had warm weather prior). I'm all for some warmer weather if it means a rapidly deepening low.
  7. evan

    Music thread

  8. evan

    2018 New York Yankees

    the complaints about Mussina's ERA are dumb. He finished in the top 10 in ERA eleven times (7 top 5 appearances) and his career 123 ERA+ (which is adjusted for park and league) is 92nd all-time (keep in mind most of the pitchers ahead are relievers or pitchers with fewer innings). Moose is 23rd all-time among pitchers in WAR. I think he's a slam dunk HOFer. https://www.baseball-reference.com/leaders/jaws_P.shtml
  9. evan

    2018 New York Yankees

    Well deserved for both, can't believe it took this long for Mussina to get in. Schilling should get in soon as well. Also happy to see Halladay and Edgar make it.
  10. evan

    2018 New York Yankees

    I'd expect a big bounceback season solely on the basis of him having a sub-.200 BABIP last year (it was above .300 in 2016-17). Most projections have him bouncing back. Marcel: .245/.327/.479 Steamer: .245/.322/.480, 115 wRC+ ZiPS isn't out yet. That's great production from a catcher, especially given how weak the position is presently. Fangraphs' projected standings for 2019 have the Sox and Yanks neck-in-neck for the best record with the Astros (Sox projected at 97, Yanks projected at 96, and Astros at 95). Indians aren't far off either at 93. I'd say there's a pretty big gap between those and the rest of the AL.
  11. Winters here are volatile to begin with, especially in NJ/NY/PA.
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