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1 hour ago, High&Inside said:

The argument is still centered on his average and it shouldn't be.

Those holding Tim are after the power speed combo, that's it. If they're expecting his avg to stay north of .300, they're mistaken.

His plate discipline has improved concerning K%. His hard hit rate is in line with last year when he hit 20 bombs. The ball is juiced this year and he's probably gonna hit closer to 25 bombs. He already has 10 steals, and has a legit shot to get to 40 steals.

If you want to move on from a possible .270 25 HR 40 steal SS go for it.

would be an awesome outcome, especially considering that a ton of people drafted Mondasi as a top 30 player hoping for numbers along those lines. Very similar players that will probably end up with similar numbers.

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In before the haters start talking about his average dropping. Before acting macho and telling us something we already knew was going to happen, I would like to again point out that I do not care about his average drop. Also.... and I will speak for many others who drafted him as well. WE DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE UPCOMING DROP IN AVERAGE. You're not telling us something we didn't know going in. Again, we drafted him for the bombs and the bags. 

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3 hours ago, hangin n wangin said:

In before the haters start talking about his average dropping. Before acting macho and telling us something we already knew was going to happen, I would like to again point out that I do not care about his average drop. Also.... and I will speak for many others who drafted him as well. WE DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE UPCOMING DROP IN AVERAGE. You're not telling us something we didn't know going in. Again, we drafted him for the bombs and the bags. 

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..and the bat flipz!

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A routine day after an off day yesterday? 

Tim Anderson is out of the White Sox starting lineup Thursday night against the Blue Jays.

This appears to be a routine day off for Anderson, who owns a shiny .320/.350/.513 batting line with eight home runs, 24 RBI, 13 stolen bases, and 25 runs scored in 38 games this season. Leury Garcia will start at shortstop and bat leadoff Thursday versus Toronto.

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1 minute ago, Code of Hammurabi said:

A routine day after an off day yesterday? 

Tim Anderson is out of the White Sox starting lineup Thursday night against the Blue Jays.

This appears to be a routine day off for Anderson, who owns a shiny .320/.350/.513 batting line with eight home runs, 24 RBI, 13 stolen bases, and 25 runs scored in 38 games this season. Leury Garcia will start at shortstop and bat leadoff Thursday versus Toronto.

First day off all season I believe. They just gave Moncada a day recently, so it seems like they are doing the same with Anderson. 

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What in the World is going on?  Really, some dude named Delmonico is batting ahead of Anderson at the 6 spot.  Am I missing something here?  Why is he not in the top of the lineup batting 1st, 2nd, 5th......DELMONICO??? 🤕

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On 5/16/2019 at 2:39 PM, Code of Hammurabi said:

A routine day after an off day yesterday? 

Tim Anderson is out of the White Sox starting lineup Thursday night against the Blue Jays.

This appears to be a routine day off for Anderson, who owns a shiny .320/.350/.513 batting line with eight home runs, 24 RBI, 13 stolen bases, and 25 runs scored in 38 games this season. Leury Garcia will start at shortstop and bat leadoff Thursday versus Toronto.

Days off are scheduled well in advance for players these days.  The players expect it and often time have a say in it and also base their workout routines and plans around that schedule.

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6 minutes ago, mlb2019 said:

his hot streak lasted a lot longer to start this season,.

its about 1/4 of the season now - perhaps this just is who he is now.  I could be wrong but when's he's not hitting for power , he's getting on base and stealing bases.  He's been quite startable even when he hasn't been on a hot streak.

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37 minutes ago, JetsAwesome said:

its about 1/4 of the season now - perhaps this just is who he is now.  I could be wrong but when's he's not hitting for power , he's getting on base and stealing bases.  He's been quite startable even when he hasn't been on a hot streak.

 

could be. after following him the previous two season he ran of gas when it come to sustaining his performance by this time of the season.

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