Phillies' 2022 GDT #15: 04/23/22 Brewers(8-6) @ Phillies(6-8) - 4:05pm

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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #15: 04/23/22 Brewers(8-6) @ Phillies(6-8) - 4:05pm

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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #15: 04/23/22 Brewers(8-6) @ Phillies(6-8) - 4:05pm

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mrmountie wrote: Sat Apr 23, 2022 10:55 pm
headclown wrote: Sat Apr 23, 2022 10:16 pm Hoskins continues to not help this team, his typical surrounds the ball and then rolls over on it.

No matter what decision Giardi makes, it seems to be the wrong one.

This team just seems to have no life to it.....bad at bats, poor pitch sequences.

Giardi needs to fix the lineup IMO. Hoskins is terrible in the 2 hole, always has been

Herrera
Segura
Harper
Castellanos
JT
Schwarber
Hoskins
Bohm
Camargo/Didi
.800 career OPS hitting 2nd is "terrible" but someone with a .308 OBP the last 3 years should be leading off genius at work here
he is hitting .220 with and OBP of .330 and yes his slugging is decent. But is no where near his more affective position. And for Hererra, the Phils have no lead off hitter, but when he is on, he drives the lineup.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #15: 04/23/22 Brewers(8-6) @ Phillies(6-8) - 4:05pm

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I'd seriously just leave Schwarber and Hoskins up there, they both see over 4 pitches per plate appearance. Working counts early is important and they'll both hit fine in the long run. That was the plan going into the season really shouldn't be changing it after a few weeks.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #15: 04/23/22 Brewers(8-6) @ Phillies(6-8) - 4:05pm

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Also Schwarber was even worse to start the year last year and he ended up with the 9th highest OPS in baseball last year. Dude will hit.
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