Manny Machado San Diego Padres

Age: 30 (July 06, 1992) | 6' 3" | 218lbs. | Bats: Right 3B-144 DH-3
Tm Lg YEAR G AB R H BB SO 2B 3B HR RBI SB CS BA OBP SLG BB% SO% BABIP G/L/F % $4x4 $5x5
BAL AL 2018 96 365 48 115 45 51 21 1 24 65 8 1 .315 .387 .575 11 12 .311 38/17/45 27 23
LAD NL 2018 66 267 36 73 25 53 14 2 13 42 6 1 .273 .338 .487 8 18 .296 42/19/38 14 13
SD NL 2019 156 587 81 150 65 128 21 2 32 85 5 3 .256 .334 .462 10 19 .274 42/17/41 20 19
SD NL 2020 60 224 44 68 26 37 12 1 16 47 6 3 .304 .370 .580 10 15 .297 37/22/41 45 41
SD NL 2021 153 564 92 157 63 102 31 2 28 106 12 3 .278 .347 .489 10 16 .290 39/20/41 33 31
SD NL 2022 140 537 92 159 60 121 34 1 30 95 8 1 .296 .367 .531 10 20 .332 37/20/42 33 31
Career 11yrs 1435 5632 831 1584 510 1057 309 18 281 846 84 34 .281 .341 .492 8 17 .300 n/a
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Alex Patton Alex
Dec 15 '13
From rotoworld:

Manny Machado is unlikely to be ready for Opening Day following surgery Monday on his left knee.
The surgery, which included an arthroscopy and open reconstruction of the medial patellar femoral ligament, went "as expected." However, he was given a timetable of six months rather than the 4-6 months as originally expected, which means Machado is expected to miss all of spring training. He'll rehab for a few weeks in California, where he had the surgery, before moving his rehab to Miami. "The goal would be to have him ready for Opening Day, but the real goal is to stabilize Manny," Orioles vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said. "What needs to be done needs to be done for Manny to return to full baseball activities. So he's got some work to do with his rehab, which I'm sure Manny will tackle with great vigor."
van wilhoite LVW
Oct 14 '13
He opted for surgery to ensure the physical integrity of the knee over the long term. Rehab is 4-6 months, so he may not be available opening day or at least need a few weeks of extended spring training at the start of the season.

It will definitely affect the extension term in my league where he is up for signing this year. The Championship team has Trout under contact through 2015 at $14, so I would expect they will keep Machado only that long at only $8 rather than a more regular extension of $13 through 2016 given his age and ability.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Oct 11 '13
Good news -- no major ligament tears, could be running in two months.

Otherwise another tough day for the O's. Another one-run loss, their sixth straight defeat, to be put them mathematically out of their misery, finally.

The Orioles are 17-31 this year in one-run games. They've got a positive run differential (+38), yet find themselves a game behind the Yankees (-18). According to Pythagoras, they should be a game behind the Rays.

Very simply, their great good fortune last year completely deserted them this season.
Alex Patton Alex
Sep 25 '13
I feel very sick.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Sep 23 '13
Howard Lynch LynchMob
Sep 23 '13
Watching the game....it did not look good. Hope it's not as serious a leg injury as it appeared.
Keith Cromer Slyke
Sep 23 '13
After 37 two baggers in the O's 1st 81 games; just 12 in the next 60 games. Still leads the AL but just by 6 over Jed Lowrie.
van wilhoite LVW
Sep 11 '13
I think a lot of credit goes to Showalter and Duquette. Showalter demanded a different front office philosophy and Angelos allowed Buck and Duquette to run the team.

Andy MacPhail made the big deal of Davis and Hunter for Uehara. Obviously the other big move was Erik Bedard for Adam Jones and Tillman even though that was ages ago.

I think Buck has created an atmosphere that allows the players to succeed. I really like the way he manages the bullpen. He also has two main batting orders- one versus lefties, one versus righties. So the hitters know where they will be batting just by knowing who is starting against them. He has moved Davis up a little versus lefties as he has proven the tear wasn't just April.

I have to say, he has rebuilt teams in four cities now. The unfortunate thing is they seem to go to the WS the year after he leaves. I hope that bad luck doesn't follow him in Baltimore.
Eugene Freedman EugeneFreed
Jul 1 '13
Good luck Eugene.

How much of this surge do you attribute to Showalter, who has brought similar spurts of growth in the first few years of his previous gigs? I was counting on him to solve Jake Arrieta, but it seems he didn't need him. Fortunately I also grabbed Tillman.
Peter Kreutzer Rotoman
Jun 30 '13