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  1. 2nd base is crowded with Scooter, Senzel & Dilson.
  2. How much money are you offering for a 2 year deal?
  3. Votto's last 30 days: .452 OBP, 18 runs, 2 HR, 19 RBI Votto's stats for the season (86 games): .426 OBP, 46 runs, 8 HR, 43 RBI, 66 BB & 58 K's.
  4. Coming into today -- Peraza's last 30 days: .319 AVG, .373 OBP, 14 runs, 5 NSB, only 8 K's
  5. His actions may not show that he's elite, but his numbers certainly do, and quite frankly that's what matters.
  6. For his career: Bases Loaded: 93 at bats, 33 hits, 8 doubles, 1 triple, 3 HR, 94 RBI, 13 BB, 19 K's, .355 AVG, .416 OBP, .559 SLG, .975 OPS
  7. Votto has had 7 AB's this year with bases loaded. He has 3 hits, including a double, a triple, and a HR. He has 11 RBI's. Average is .429 with bases loaded; .500 OBP with Basese loaded; 1.286 SLG with bases loaded; and 1.786 OPS with bases loaded. With men on & 2 outs: he's 13 for 44 with 2 doubles, 4 HR, 14 RBI. He's batting .295 with .426 OBP, .614 SLG and 1.040 OPS
  8. Votto's last 30 days: .492 OBP, 18 runs, 2 HR, 17 RBI
  9. Fake news? What about the drone footage & WLKY's video coverage?
  10. I don't know a single person that follows baseball at all who predicted Castillo was going to be an anchor on this year's staff. He's 25 and had less than 90 MLB innings coming into this year. Tonight was his 30th career start. Give him a chance.
  11. Yes, and I think/hope Hamilton will get traded as we approach the deadline. I do think he has some value to a contender as a pinch runner & defensive replacement, particularly teams with larger outfields.
  12. Clay County residents alone filled prescriptions for 2.2 million doses of hydrocodone & about 617,000 doses of oxycodone during a 12 month period in 2016. That's roughly 150 doses for every man, woman and child. McKesson Corporation is a major part of the problem -- between January 2010 and the end of 2016, McKesson alone distributed 18.4 million doses of painkillers in Floyd County, KY -- enough for 477 pills for every adult and child in the county. Perry County, KY was even worse, with 526 doses per person. The Pharmacies Thriving in Kentucky's Opioid-Stricken Towns - The Atlantic 477 Pain Pills Per Person: Kentucky Sues Opioid Drug Company
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