Peoria 3, Mesa 10
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Let’s get Matty Adams up to the show to help out for 12 in 12
Adams has struggled with the stick in the AFL. He is going to need a couple of years at Memphis.
Why a couple years? The guy has hit everywhere…and he’s now playing the most games of his career while facing his best competition. I’d rather he be killing the ball but let’s not get carried away just because his struggling
I wonder how much fatigue is a factor for our guys in the AFL
Why would our guys be so fatigued, but players for other teams are not fatiqued? Fascinating.
Well Adams is overweight, fat people get fatigued easier than normals, and our pitchers have more innings and appearances than other pitchers that ive seen.
Adams has only struggled against LH pitching in the AFL and is 20 AB’s enough to really form an opinion- especially against such elite talent?
I think Matt Adams ran out of gas late in the regular season and is still a bit gassed. But there’s no way he needs a couple years in Memphis. He’ll turn a corner here, sooner or later, and tear up Memphis.
+1 He will get back on track in Memphis, he might need next year, but I too don’t think he will need 2 or more years there.
Not thrilled about Adams stats in AFL, but it is a small sample size, which makes it really hard to tell whether there is some problem with his swing or if he is just in a slump. After all uber prospect Mike Trout, who made it all the way to the majors this year is batting 270. with 2 RBIs and I would not think anybody is too worried about him because of 63 AB’s in the AFL. and on the flip side Jackson is batting 325. with a 438 OBP and I don’t think many of us really believe that means he has suddenly become a super hitting prospect, although……
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