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49 minutes ago, Sun Tzu said:

 

TINFOIL ALERT:

FACT: Cody Bellinger and Ted Williams look like perfect doppelgangers (see above).

FACT: Ted Williams posted a career .493 wOBA

FACT: Cody Bellinger owns a career .492 wOBA

FACT: Ted Williams was cryogenically frozen.

THE OBVIOUS CONCLUSION:

Doctors found a way to bring the Splendid Splinter back from his cryogenically frozen state, and he's now playing for the Dodgers under the alias "Cody Bellinger"

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1 hour ago, blinkfan77 said:

 

My jaw dropped when it happened live. Taking THAT pitch deep ON AND 0-2 COUNT? Phenomenal swing.

 

Same reaction here.   

 

Count the number of times you see a guy hit a 95 mph fastball at his shoulders for a home run this year.   It'll be less than 10.

 

That's hand speed.

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34 minutes ago, mysonx3 said:

TINFOIL ALERT:

FACT: Cody Bellinger and Ted Williams look like perfect doppelgangers (see above).

FACT: Ted Williams posted a career .493 wOBA

FACT: Cody Bellinger owns a career .492 wOBA

FACT: Ted Williams was cryogenically frozen.

THE OBVIOUS CONCLUSION:

Doctors found a way to bring the Splendid Splinter back from his cryogenically frozen state, and he's now playing for the Dodgers under the alias "Cody Bellinger"

 

What's even crazier is that Cody Bellinger is an anagram of Ted Williams

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While the lesson is fresh here this is why you always use a roster spot on the elite top 5 or top 10 hitting prospects.  Sometimes they come up and rake right away and you have a basically free player who will be a first or second round pick next year. 

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6 hours ago, eaglefly1 said:

What happened to all the ones complaining about his long swing? 

I think that was coming from teams trying to scout him for opposing teams pitchers. I recall watching MLB and a few of the retired baseball players loved his swing, but had concern of how long it is. Some don't know, the long swing is something he developed when he turned pro (more lift and follow through). High school his swing was pretty short compared to now.

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