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3leftturns

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Well.... one of the catcher invites was not like the others. On that much we'll agree ...LOL
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Just a thought here, but she (as well as others mentioned) were invited to last year’s tryout. For whatever reason, the committee must feel that they already got to see (or didn’t see) what they were looking for...
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https://www.teamusa.org/USA-Softball/Events/2018/June/20/Japan-All-Star-Series

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Rickets and Abbot are locks for the pitchers. Rickets had a 0.0 era in 6 wins in npf. Abbot mowed people down this summer to me she looked as good as Rickets .
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Abbott has been another level.

We'll see what Cat brings in.

I wonder if they will carry three lefties on the 15

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Quote:
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Well.... one of the catcher invites was not like the others. On that much we'll agree ...LOL

The fact that I don't know who you're referring to (Aubree Munro I guess) says a fair bit. KL might be a better hitter than any of them, plus has a gun if I'm not mistaken, are her other catching qualities that bad? Does a team need all of their catchers to be defensive specialists?[biggrin]
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LOL...

Aubree Munro is a slam dunk and neither Lindaman, nor anyone else, can hold her jock

Maybe I am not familiar enough with her, but....gimme a stats split on Lindaman's career against Pac and SEC pitching

 

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Speaking of Catcher. Most likely the best catcher in the NCAA last year, Svekis, doesn't get an invite? 

And she's not the only one.
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Pride catcher Goodacre was invited.
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Goodacre earned an invite.... I cannot believe that is the same player I saw play in person at Arizona her junior year, who was more or less a softball Mickey Tettleton ... like a beer-league all-or-nothing hitter with no defense.

But, something clicked then. She obviously worked her --- off and had a great senior year in 2015 and then a phenomenal 2018 in NPF

Totally deserves it

 

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Just read that Goodacre was the 2017 recipient of the NPF Rawlings Gold Glove award.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 3leftturns

LOL...

Aubree Munro is a slam dunk and neither Lindaman, nor anyone else, can hold her jock

Maybe I am not familiar enough with her, but....gimme a stats split on Lindaman's career against Pac and SEC pitching

 


She couldn't hit in college, not sure if she's progressed since.

Lindaman actually faced about as tough of competition you can outside of the SEC/PAC12 (24th overall SoS), with a very long road trip to start the year.
https://www.masseyratings.com/csoft/ncaa-d1/ratings


Svekis - I agree, that's a big snub.
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On defense go with Munro 4 miscues in 4 years 1,423 chances
Lindaman 10 errors in 2 years
On offense go with Lindaman 40 home runs 121 rbi
Perhaps when KL is a senior Team USA will give her a chance



































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On defense go with Munro 4 miscues in 4 years 1,423 chances
Lindaman 10 errors in 2 years
On offense go with Lindaman 40 home runs 121 rbi
Perhaps when KL is a senior Team USA will give her a chance
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To me, catching isn't about errors on defense as much as it is five other things first: 1) handling various pitchers' personalities, 2) framing 3) throwing to 2B 4) catching pitches (minimize passed balls) blocking (minimize wild pitches) and 5) handling umpires to get the black

Then, errors

 

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Since Softball was not an Olympic sport when she last competed in an international event, I would think yes.


She very well could go to Mexico. I haven't heard through my contact if she's been contacted. 

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<< Aubree Munro is a slam dunk and neither Lindaman, nor anyone else, can hold her jock

Maybe I am not familiar enough with her, but....gimme a stats split on Lindaman's career against Pac and SEC pitching >> (3LT)


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I had some time to waste... 

In 2017, Kendyl Lindaman played in 7 games where she went up against PAC or SEC pitching.
I added in the Minnesota game vs. Cal Poly where she faced Sierra Hyland in that 8 inning contest.

I am listing Lindaman's box score hitting line AB/R/H/RBI (3032 is 3 AB, no R, 3 hits, 2 RBI) and then additional info...

2-25-17  Cal Poly  4111  (HR)  vs. Sierra Hyland  3-1 win in 8 innings for Minn.
3-4-17  LSU  3110  (BB)  vs. Hoover  7-3 win
3-10-17  Washington  3032  vs. Alvelo   2-3 loss
3-11-17  Washington  2000  vs. Alvelo  0-9 loss
3-13-17  Oregon St.  4122  (HR)  vs. Colton  6-0 win
3-15-17  California  3110  (BB)  vs. 3 pitchers  10-0 win
5-20-17  Alabama  2000  (2 BB)  vs. Osorio  0-1 loss in 9 inn.
5-21-17  Alabama  2010  (BB)  vs. Littlejohn  0-1 loss 

Totals for the 2017 season in 8 games:  9 hits in 23 AB with 2 HR, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 5 BB and 3 Ks.
That is a .391 BA,  .500 OBP,  .652 SLG,  1.152 OPS.

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Lindaman had 8 games vs. SEC and PAC pitching in 2018.
I added in their two games against Florida State (for a total of ten games).

2-16-18  Florida St.  4000  vs. King  2-3 loss
2-17-18  Florida St.  4010  vs. Hanson  3-9 loss
2-23-18  Kentucky  2010  (BB)  vs. Baalman  2-1 win
3-2-18  Oregon St.  2111  (BB)  vs. Mazon  4-1 win
3-3-18  UCLA  3110  (2B)  vs. Garcia  4-12 loss
3-9-18  Az. St.  3010  (2B)  VS. Juarez  0-6 loss
3-11-18  Az. St.  3000  vs.  Juarez  0-4 loss
3-11-18  Az. St.  2010  (HBP)  vs. Macha  1-9 loss
3-14-18  Arizona  4010  vs. Denham (7 IP), (0 for 1 vs. McQuillin in the 8th)  1-0 win in 8 innings.
5-20-18  Washington  4000  (0 for 2 vs. Alvelo), (0 for 2 vs. Plain)  2-5 loss

Totals for the 2018 season in 10 games:  7 hits in 27 AB with 2 doubles, 2 runs and 1 RBI, 2 BB, 1 HBP and 7 Ks.
That is a .259 BA,  .333 OBP,  .333 SLG,  .666 OPS.

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Totals for the 18 games over the two year period are:  16 hits in 50 AB with 2 HR, 2 doubles, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 7 BB, 1 HBP and 10 Ks.
That is a .320 BA,  .414 OBP,  .480 SLG,  .894 OPS.

She was pretty fantastic as a freshman... 
but fell off that high level last season.

Maybe the loss of her coach had a bit to do with that... 

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Your posts are virtually unreadable
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<< She (Munro) couldn't hit in college, not sure if she's progressed since. >> (supernatural)


Aubree Munro had the best OPS of all the players on team USA in their ten games of the WC tournament.
Only Ricketts had a better one: 2.000 OPS (she only batted once and went 1 for 1 with a single).

Munro did this:  .389 BA,  .500 OBP,  1.000 SLG,  1.500 OPS.
Her five EBH led the team as did her three HR. 
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<< She (Munro) couldn't hit in college, not sure if she's progressed since. >> (supernatural)


Aubree Munro had the best OPS of all the players on team USA in their ten games of the WC tournament.
Only Ricketts had a better one: 2.000 OPS (she only batted once and went 1 for 1 with a single).

Munro did this:  .389 BA,  .500 OBP,  1.000 SLG,  1.500 OPS.
Her five EBH led the team as did her three HR. 

18 ABs? I thought you were smart HLA. She had the .393 OPS the year before (in 7 ABs).
https://gc.com/t/usa-5951d2b5bd3559000142a249/p/aubree-m-5951d2d1b60cd60001a6089b

Digging deeper, looks like she went 0-4 (in 10 games) in her NPF rookie season in 2016, didn't play NPF in 2017, and played exhibition games in 2018 with the Scrap Yard Dogs, so I would say it's more likely she's regressed vs progressed because of the lack of reps.

Thanks for the KL stats.
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Yes they are. It's been an oft-lamented situation that he won't rectify.

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She couldn't hit in college, not sure if she's progressed since.

Lindaman actually faced about as tough of competition you can outside of the SEC/PAC12 (24th overall SoS), with a very long road trip to start the year.
https://www.masseyratings.com/csoft/ncaa-d1/ratings


Svekis - I agree, that's a big snub.


i'm not sure how she batted in NPF  but I've seen her hit a little in the Italian league. hit's great against mediocre pitching but not much against Higher level pitching.
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Anybody know if they are doing the open tryout for the team?
Could be worth the fee to get some at bats against these legends. 

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<< Your posts are virtually unreadable >> (TheNarrator)

<< Yes they are. It's been an oft-lamented situation that he won't rectify. >> (EarlyGrayce)


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You are the only two that seem to be having a problem.  I will try and help you understand.

The two lines at the top of this post that are in different colors - are quotes from some other person.
And the words in black below these colored lines - are my response to those quotes at the top of the page.

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In my post (#47) above... I am quoting something that 3LT (3leftturns) wrote. 
In his quote - he asked for the stats split on Lindaman's career against Pac and SEC pitching.

To help you navigate this post I am writing right now - I will put quotes from my post #47 in purple. This is the first part of that post:

"In 2017, Kendyl Lindaman played in 7 games where she went up against PAC or SEC pitching. 
I added in the Minnesota game vs. Cal Poly where she faced Sierra Hyland in that 8 inning contest."

This portion is pretty straight forward. If you are having a hard time understanding this part - I don't know how to help you.

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This next line is much more likely a part that you might not understand. I wilol try to explain it for you.

"I am listing Lindaman's box score hitting line AB/R/H/RBI (3032 is 3 AB, no R, 3 hits, 2 RBI) and then additional info..."

They used to list a player's batting line score as a shorthand method of providing that info. The four digits each stand for one particular stat.
The first digit is "at bats". The second digit is "Runs". The third digit is "Hits". The fourth digit is "RBI".
So in the stat line "3032"... the player had 3 at bats, 0 runs scored, 3 hits, and 2 RBI.

Newspaper sports pages used to list the player's line scores like this in box scores. Maybe some still do.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

The next portion is where I listed the stat line plus some additional info for 8 of Lindaman's games from the 2017 season.
I will break down the first line - to help you understand what each part means.

"2-25-17  Cal Poly  4111  (HR)  vs. Sierra Hyland  3-1 win in 8 innings for Minn."

"2-25-17" is the date of that particular game. Minnesota played on February 25th, 2017.
"Cal Poly" is the opposing team that Minnesota played on that date.
"4111" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that particular game. She had 4 AB, 1 Run, 1 Hit, 1 RBI.
"(HR)"  is telling us that the one hit she had was an EBH... and it was a HR.
"vs. Sierra Hyland"  is telling us that the pitcher Lindaman faced that day was Sierra Hyland. 
"3-1 win in 8 innings for Minn."  is telling us that Minnesota won the game by a score of 3-1 in 8 innings.

So all that info is stuffed into one line. It is a shorthand way of delivering info.

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Each of those next 8 lines gives that info for one particular game.

I will go over the second line - just to help it become clearer for you.

"3-4-17  LSU  3110  (BB)  vs. Hoover  7-3 win"

"3-4-17" is the date of that game: March 4th, 2017.
"LSU"  is the team that Minnesota played on that date.
"3110" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that game. She had 3 AB, 1 Run, 1 Hit, and 0 RBI.
"vs. Hoover"  is telling us the LSU pitcher was Carly Hoover in that game.
"7-3 win" tells us Minnesota won that game 7-3.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Totals for the 2017 season in 8 games:  9 hits in 23 AB with 2 HR, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 5 BB and 3 Ks.
That is a .391 BA,  .500 OBP,  .652 SLG,  1.152 OPS."

This portion is adding up the totals of the eight games from the 2017 season. 
It shows us that Lindaman hit this high level pitching very well as a freshman.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Lindaman had 8 games vs. SEC and PAC pitching in 2018.
I added in their two games against Florida State (for a total of ten games)."

The next portion moves on to the 2018 season - and does the same basic thing as was done for the 2017 season.

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"2-16-18  Florida St.  4000  vs. King  2-3 loss"

"2-16-18" is the date of that particular game: February 16th, 2018.
"Florida St." is the team that Minnesota played on that date.
"4000" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that game. She had 4 AB, 0 Runs, 0 Hits, 0 RBI.
"vs. King" is telling us that King was the pitcher Lindaman faced in that game.
"2-3 loss" tells us Minnesota lost the game 2-3.

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There were ten of these lines - one for each of the ten games Lindaman played against SEC, PAC or FSU pitching in 2018.

"Totals for the 2018 season in 10 games:  7 hits in 27 AB with 2 doubles, 2 runs and 1 RBI, 2 BB, 1 HBP and 7 Ks.
That is a .259 BA,  .333 OBP,  .333 SLG,  .666 OPS."

This portion is adding up the totals of the eight games from the 2018 season. 
It shows us that she hit the top level pitching less well in 2018 than she had in 2017.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Totals for the 18 games over the two year period are:  16 hits in 50 AB with 2 HR, 2 doubles, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 7 BB, 1 HBP and 10 Ks.
That is a .320 BA,  .414 OBP,  .480 SLG,  .894 OPS."

This portion adds up the totals for the two seasons together.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Let me know if you need any additional help.
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<< 18 ABs? I thought you were smart HLA. She had the .393 OPS the year before (in 7 ABs). >> (supernatural)


Munro's 22 plate appearances during the world championship tournament are pretty meaningful. This is high level competition against the teams they will be trying to beat in the 2020 Olympic games. The fact that she hit exceptionally well in this tournament is useful information.

To make this info even more meaningful... I decided to look at how the players on team USA did vs. just the best teams. The best teams they played in the 2018 WC were Mexico, Puerto Rico, Australia and Japan. They had five games vs. these teams (2 against Japan). They played ten total games at the 2018 WC. The other five games were against lower level team - and a lot of the team batting stats were inflated vs. these weaker teams. 

Here are the player stats for just the 5 games against the tougher competition. I am listing Games in which a player had at least 1 plate appearance.

Player        G    AB   H   2B  3B  HR  EBH   TB   FB   SO   R   RBI    BA     OBP   SLG     OPS
Stewart      3    11    5    0    1    1     2     10    0     0    3     3    .455   .455   .909   1.364
Munro        5    12    4    2    0    1     3       9    3     0    3     2    .333   .467   .750   1.219
McLeney     5    14    5    1    0    1     2       9    5     2    6     2    .357   .526   .643   1.169
Jaquish       2     6    2    0    0    1     1       5    0     0    2     3    .333   .333   .833   1.166
Reed          5    15    5    2    0    0     2       7    0     6    2     2    .333   .333   .467    .800
Aguilar       5    17    4    1    0    1     2       8    2     5    6     4    .235   .316   .471    .787
Spaulding   5    16    4    0    0    1     1       7    2     2    3     5    .250   .333   .438    .771
Ariota         5    10    2    0    0    0     0       2    7     2    1     1    .200   .529   .200    .729
Garcia        2      3    1    0    0    0     0       1    0     0    0     1    .333   .333   .333    .666
Cooper       5      9    2    0    0    0     0       2    0     4    0     0    .222   .222   .222    .444
Moultrie     5     17   3    0    0    0     0       3    1     3    1     2     .176   .222   .176    .398
Merritt       3      6    0    0    0    0     0       0    1     1    1     0     .000   .143   .000    .143

Against these top level teams... Munro had the most EBH of anyone on the team. She was second in OPS and Slg%. 
That is pretty darn impressive - for a player "who can't hit".
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HenryLouisAaron
<< Your posts are virtually unreadable >> (TheNarrator)

<< Yes they are. It's been an oft-lamented situation that he won't rectify. >> (EarlyGrayce)


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You are the only two that seem to be having a problem.  I will try and help you understand.

The two lines at the top of this post that are in different colors - are quotes from some other person.
And the words in black below these colored lines - are my response to those quotes at the top of the page.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

In my post (#47) above... I am quoting something that 3LT (3leftturns) wrote. 
In his quote - he asked for the stats split on Lindaman's career against Pac and SEC pitching.

To help you navigate this post I am writing right now - I will put quotes from my post #47 in purple. This is the first part of that post:

"In 2017, Kendyl Lindaman played in 7 games where she went up against PAC or SEC pitching. 
I added in the Minnesota game vs. Cal Poly where she faced Sierra Hyland in that 8 inning contest."

This portion is pretty straight forward. If you are having a hard time understanding this part - I don't know how to help you.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

This next line is much more likely a part that you might not understand. I wilol try to explain it for you.

"I am listing Lindaman's box score hitting line AB/R/H/RBI (3032 is 3 AB, no R, 3 hits, 2 RBI) and then additional info..."

They used to list a player's batting line score as a shorthand method of providing that info. The four digits each stand for one particular stat.
The first digit is "at bats". The second digit is "Runs". The third digit is "Hits". The fourth digit is "RBI".
So in the stat line "3032"... the player had 3 at bats, 0 runs scored, 3 hits, and 2 RBI.

Newspaper sports pages used to list the player's line scores like this in box scores. Maybe some still do.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

The next portion is where I listed the stat line plus some additional info for 8 of Lindaman's games from the 2017 season.
I will break down the first line - to help you understand what each part means.

"2-25-17  Cal Poly  4111  (HR)  vs. Sierra Hyland  3-1 win in 8 innings for Minn."

"2-25-17" is the date of that particular game. Minnesota played on February 25th, 2017.
"Cal Poly" is the opposing team that Minnesota played on that date.
"4111" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that particular game. She had 4 AB, 1 Run, 1 Hit, 1 RBI.
"(HR)"  is telling us that the one hit she had was an EBH... and it was a HR.
"vs. Sierra Hyland"  is telling us that the pitcher Lindaman faced that day was Sierra Hyland. 
"3-1 win in 8 innings for Minn."  is telling us that Minnesota won the game by a score of 3-1 in 8 innings.

So all that info is stuffed into one line. It is a shorthand way of delivering info.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Each of those next 8 lines gives that info for one particular game.

I will go over the second line - just to help it become clearer for you.

"3-4-17  LSU  3110  (BB)  vs. Hoover  7-3 win"

"3-4-17" is the date of that game: March 4th, 2017.
"LSU"  is the team that Minnesota played on that date.
"3110" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that game. She had 3 AB, 1 Run, 1 Hit, and 0 RBI.
"vs. Hoover"  is telling us the LSU pitcher was Carly Hoover in that game.
"7-3 win" tells us Minnesota won that game 7-3.

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Totals for the 2017 season in 8 games:  9 hits in 23 AB with 2 HR, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 5 BB and 3 Ks.
That is a .391 BA,  .500 OBP,  .652 SLG,  1.152 OPS."

This portion is adding up the totals of the eight games from the 2017 season. 
It shows us that Lindaman hit this high level pitching very well as a freshman.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Lindaman had 8 games vs. SEC and PAC pitching in 2018.
I added in their two games against Florida State (for a total of ten games)."

The next portion moves on to the 2018 season - and does the same basic thing as was done for the 2017 season.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------

"2-16-18  Florida St.  4000  vs. King  2-3 loss"

"2-16-18" is the date of that particular game: February 16th, 2018.
"Florida St." is the team that Minnesota played on that date.
"4000" is Lindaman's batting stat line for that game. She had 4 AB, 0 Runs, 0 Hits, 0 RBI.
"vs. King" is telling us that King was the pitcher Lindaman faced in that game.
"2-3 loss" tells us Minnesota lost the game 2-3.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There were ten of these lines - one for each of the ten games Lindaman played against SEC, PAC or FSU pitching in 2018.

"Totals for the 2018 season in 10 games:  7 hits in 27 AB with 2 doubles, 2 runs and 1 RBI, 2 BB, 1 HBP and 7 Ks.
That is a .259 BA,  .333 OBP,  .333 SLG,  .666 OPS."

This portion is adding up the totals of the eight games from the 2018 season. 
It shows us that she hit the top level pitching less well in 2018 than she had in 2017.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

"Totals for the 18 games over the two year period are:  16 hits in 50 AB with 2 HR, 2 doubles, 6 runs and 6 RBI, 7 BB, 1 HBP and 10 Ks.
That is a .320 BA,  .414 OBP,  .480 SLG,  .894 OPS."

This portion adds up the totals for the two seasons together.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Let me know if you need any additional help.










lol point proven. 




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<< 18 ABs? I thought you were smart HLA. She had the .393 OPS the year before (in 7 ABs). >> (supernatural)


Btw.... it ws pretty funny when you listed stats with "7 at bats" and "4 at bats"... 
after being dismissive of the 18 at bats she had in the 2018 WC tournament.

Pretty comical.   ; )
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So your point is not that you can't understand what is being written... 
it's that you don't like anything that involves more than two or three sentences.

Is that it..?
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