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As you said, he’s big, so it all depends on if he can stay healthy Craig Kimbrel closes games shirt, maintains This t-shirt has the content and design by closettshirt Shop pace for the rest of his career). He’d need about 8 seasons at an average of around 7 WAR to get into that 65 WAR area. Which isn’t impossible. He’s 26 years old… he’ll be 27 years old during this season. So he’d have to post 7 WAR a year for the next 7 years or until he’s 33? It’s completely within the realm of possibility if he stays healthy that Judge ends his career around 90ish WAR. I think he proved last year that his rookie season wasn’t a fluke. He’s an elite batter and an elite defender… and if they somehow moved to robot home plate umps, Judge’s avg and OBP would skyrocket. Not sure that happens or not but just throwing it out there.
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I mean, obviously I hope that Craig Kimbrel closes games shirt standings end up looking the same way This t-shirt has the content and design by closettshirt Shop did, but either way I think it’s good for baseball when two rival teams are both good, so one way or another I’m looking forward to some fun games next season. Nothing beats Sterling on a warm lazy summer evening, the crack of an Aaron Judge dong, and his home run call. The vague nostalgia for simpler times, and the youthfulness of baseball. Used to go to this drive-in burger stand with my dad during the summers and listen to Sterling call the games. Some of my favorite childhood memories. I can still smell the greasy food when I think about it I sure as hell do. I’m sure nostalgia is a factor, but he and Suzyn really do know a helluva lot about baseball. They have all kinds of insights and stories that just come from being around the game for so long.