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CSree

Member Since 21 Feb 2012
Offline Last Active Mar 06 2012 06:13 PM
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In Topic: How many more wins can be attributed by new approaches/system

06 March 2012 - 10:54 AM

I took the WAR of the players mention above for 2011 and found this:

2011 Cubs:
A. Ramirez- 3.6
C. Pena- 2.2
S. Marshall- 2.2
C. Zambrano- .7
T. Colvin- -.8
A. Cashner- .4
K. Hill- -.9
Total 7.7 wins

2012 Cubs:
D. DeJesus- .6
P. Maholm- 2.6
C. Volstad- .1
I. Stewart- -1.2
T. Wood- .3
B. LaHair- .2
Total 2.6 wins

According to these numbers the Cubs would actually lose 5.1 wins this coming year. As mentioned above though there are so many intangibles to take in to place. There is a whole new front office and players looking for fresh starts. I'm a huge fan of the University of Michigan and this past season their football team went from barely bowl eligable to Sugar Bowl champions with the same players. All that changed was philosophy and the coaching staff.

With that being said, even with the WAR numbers not in the Cubs favor, I'm going to stay optimstic and say the Cubs get 82 or more wins this season.

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In Topic: Welcome to the Bleacher Nation Message Board

04 March 2012 - 03:47 PM


I have been reading here for awhile and have decided to start posting.

My twitter name is @DoC_Sreenan22 for any of you that have twitter and would like to follow me.

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Yeah I changed it. @ConnorSreenan22

In Topic: 2012 Batting order Ideas...

03 March 2012 - 08:49 AM

1. DeJesus
2. Barney
3. S.Castro
4. LaHair
5. Soriano
6. Byrd
7. Stewart
8. Soto

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In Topic: Welcome to the Bleacher Nation Message Board

21 February 2012 - 04:42 PM

I have been reading here for awhile and have decided to start posting.

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