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Terrmel Sledge injury?

Postby WittyC » Tue May 03, 2005 1:03 am

I saw he went down... looked pretty bad. Does an everyday play from Ryan Church warrant any fantasy interest? The guys seems like he has the makings of a stud (despite his sub .200 average)... but it might be 2-3 years from now. Any thoughts?
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Postby davidmarver » Tue May 03, 2005 1:11 am

Minor league numbers are impressive. I suppose in a dynasty-type league he could be worth a look.
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Postby thehat » Tue May 03, 2005 4:15 am

Having seen him some at AAA, he's got the look of a Quad A guy to me. Fair at best power, no speed, and he's injury prone. Dime a dozen OF fantasy prospect at best, as he is not outstanding at anything and could be a liability playing every day.

Put it this way...I can understand why he's with the big club over Endy Chavez from a real baseball standpoint, but Endy is the better fantasy guy as he can at least steal a bunch of bases. That about says it all for Church as a roto-contributor.
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