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Old 05-26-2013, 03:35 PM  
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Ned Yost Hate Thread

This guy is a dickless pussy, and yes I know that is sort of an oxy moron. And yes Ned Yost deserves his own hate thread. This guy is clueless as f*** and George Bush is more suited to be a manager then him. F*** Ned Yost. Right in his ass.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:06 PM   #136
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And what's embarrassing is when they do their little hand signals the other team is probably just laughing and pointing at the scoreboard and standings.
OK, I'll give you that. I don't think it makes a difference and I don't care, but I can see how some people would glare at that sort of thing and say "cut it out guys, you haven't earned the right to do that."
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:07 PM   #137
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So, which is it. Do we need the players, who are apparently fragile and need encouragement, to encourage each other every time they have some success, or not?

I don't care either way, but I don't think it means a damned thing in terms of wins and losses.
It doesn't directly effect winning but it sure as **** is pretty clear that it shows the entire midset of an organization that never wins and doesn't have the mental fortitude to do so. Name me another team that would act like every hit is a celebrated milestone? It is ****ing absurd until you actually start winning games. And teams that are winning games aren't doing it for every ****ing lame ass single.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:07 PM   #138
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Hosmers swing is sooooo long but he seems to have it better mentally, moose has a better looking swing, but his head is dumb
The problem with the both of them is they are trying to kill the ball. You can see it plain as day. Both are pulling their head. Both are not hitting for much power. Both are rolling over on a lot of pitches.

That's a sign that they are trying to go yard instead of hitting line drives.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:08 PM   #139
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I'd expect us to lose less if he made better decisions. How is that?
Unfortunately, we're looking so bad now, that I don't think it'll matter. If we were to miss the playoffs by one or two games, the post-mortem would get interesting.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:09 PM   #140
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I don't know. The odds are that at least one of them is a bust. If the other takes the Alex Gordon development timeline, then we'll lose our pitching before they come around.
So do you believe Alex developed by himself or with help?

It just seems so many in this franchise goes bust route. Where are we going wrong with prospects who are highly touted?
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:09 PM   #141
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Was the Seitzer firing a Yost decision? If so, does Moore share the blame (if there is any to be given) for not vetoing it?
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:10 PM   #142
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the kind of celebrating I want to see is like when Gordon hit the game winner a few weeks ago and grabbed his helmet and flung it down as if to say "that's right mother ****ers!"

But that was a game winner. High fivers in the dugout after a jack or a good SAC or you score...sure, fine, that's all fine.

Celebrating because you hit a ball slow enough to 3rd base that you beat it out??? Nah, you can't be doing that shit.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:11 PM   #143
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Was the Seitzer firing a Yost decision? If so, does Moore share the blame (if there is any to be given) for not vetoing it?
Moore shares the blame in a lot of this. I do believe the Seitzer firing was a Yost decision.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:12 PM   #144
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So do you believe Alex developed by himself or with help?

It just seems so many in this franchise goes bust route. Where are we going wrong with prospects who are highly touted?
My opinion is we bring them up too soon and\or depend on them too much once they are up.

We put too much pressure on Grienke too early.

We put too much pressure on Gordon too early.

We are doing the same with Hos and Moose.

None of these guys are getting the chance to be rookies.

I mean, FFS, Moose was batting cleanup to start the season. WHY?
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Re: Seitzer, I'm gonna need to see a reason to care, before I care. They weren't setting the world on fire at the end of 2012. (or the entire year, in Hosmer's case)

Maybe hitting coaches matter, especially for players in their first 2 or 3 years, but there's been very little research done on that.
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Old 05-26-2013, 10:14 PM   #146
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Re: Seitzer, I'm gonna need to see a reason to care, before I care. They weren't setting the world on fire at the end of 2012. (or the entire year, in Hosmer's case)

Maybe hitting coaches matter, especially for players in their first 2 or 3 years, but there's been very little research done on that.
Well we fired Setizer and now have 2 hitting coaches and we are hitting twice as bad.
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Moore shares the blame in a lot of this. I do believe the Seitzer firing was a Yost decision.
I highly doubt that.
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I mean, FFS, Moose was batting cleanup to start the season. WHY?
He crushed the ball in Surprise, bro! Just crushed it!
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He crushed the ball in Surprise, bro! Just crushed it!
That's spring training pitching.
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I highly doubt that.
You think Dayton wanted us hitting for more power?
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