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Good thread. I was thinking about this the other day when reading the Calzone vs Calhooligans thread. Two groups battling over a pretty shitty player yet gets a pass because we have 2 or 3 even shittier players in the lineup. Hopefully getting him back to 1-2 in the lineup will help him but yeah.. He's been really bad. Sure he comes up with a clutch hit here and there but overall.. Yikes.

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Good thread. I was thinking about this the other day when reading the Calzone vs Calhooligans thread. Two groups battling over a pretty shitty player yet gets a pass because we have 2 or 3 even shittier players in the lineup. Hopefully getting him back to 1-2 in the lineup will help him but yeah.. He's been really bad. Sure he comes up with a clutch hit here and there but overall.. Yikes.

Because the COWZONE sign in left field was an epic fail. The JOYSTICK sign wasn't any better.

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What is more concerning is that he's been pretty mediocre for about a year now.

 

2015: .268/.323/.391, 106 wRC+

2014 - July 25 to end of year: .252/.303/.401, 104 wRC+

 

Those numbers are disturbingly similar. Maybe it is time to re-evaluate our expectations? Kole might be no more or less than an average plus outfielder.

 

His numbers over the last calendar year might be more in line with what we should expect: .269/.322/.423, 18 HR. Or basically .270/.750 with 15-20 HR. That's pretty good but not a star.

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What is more concerning is that he's been pretty mediocre for about a year now.

 

2015: .268/.323/.391, 106 wRC+

2014 - July 25 to end of year: .252/.303/.401, 104 wRC+

 

Those numbers are disturbingly similar. Maybe it is time to re-evaluate our expectations? Kole might be no more or less than an average plus outfielder.

 

His numbers over the last calendar year might be more in line with what we should expect: .269/.322/.423, 18 HR. Or basically .270/.750 with 15-20 HR. That's pretty good but not a star.

I don't know of anyone who expected stardom from Calhoun.

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