Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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May be one of those guys thriving in the anonymity of Cincy,but not cut out for the big time pressure of the passionate environment of Philly,New York,Bosto,etc
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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bigel57 wrote: Sun Jul 24, 2022 5:44 pm May be one of those guys thriving in the anonymity of Cincy,but not cut out for the big time pressure of the passionate environment of Philly,New York,Bosto,etc
He thrived on a 2019 Cubs team battling for a playoff spot and has been in the playoffs with the Tigers and Reds. I wouldn't rule out that he can figure it out.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Chicago',Detroit,Cincy,I would offer ,not the same white hot fan pressure in Philadelphia. We’ll see.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Christopher wrote: Sun Jul 24, 2022 5:27 pm Obviously losing the MVP from the lineup was the biggest problem, but losing Segura was also absolutely huge. He was maybe their most consistent hitter, least prone to wild swings. And his presence meant far fewer at bats to expose Stott, Bohm, Gregorious, Camargo, etc. You just can't have all these guys in the lineup at once. Alongside whatever center fielder has to be plugged into the #9 hole.

Michael Taylor, two starting pitchers and the expected return of Segura in 10-12 days, and maybe we can stay afloat
Bohm has been the best hitting Philly in the last 30 games. It's a shame he doesn't play defense better. He should be hitting 3rd.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Stubbs continues to outperform Realmuto, .281 BA, .890 OPS.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Fucking swept. Wow.
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Embarrassing getting swept.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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Gregorious worst bat in the lineup, bar none.
Shame Stubbs couldn't come through, looking for a big swing instead of a single, which is the problem too often on this team
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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It doesn't seem like the former Nats hitting coach has been able to beat that need to swing for the fences out of this roster.

There is too little situational hitting, too much hero ball in RBI situations.
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Re: Phillies' 2022 GDT #95: 07/24/22 Cubs(37-57) @ Phillies(49-45) - 12:05pm

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The lineup is a mess. No reliable table setters. DD needs to make some major moves to get balance in the order. Trade Hoskins and perhaps JT. It might tick off Harper but big moves need to be made.
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