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Postby Irish » Tue May 31, 2005 2:27 pm

KolbSaves wrote:
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KolbSaves wrote:Even if he only gets 10 steals I think his power potential is a lot greater than Giles. I'd still look for a .280 avg, 30+ hr, 100+ runs and rbi once he invariably gets hot.


Aren't those Houston HR numbers? Do you see the same number in NY?

Beltran hit 23 hr on the road last year and 15 at home. Out of those home hr, 8 were hit in Kauffman during 36 games and 7 were hit at Minute Maid in 42 games.

Beltran can hit for power, but he does tend to sacrifice some average to do it, it seems like.


Cool, thanks for the numbers.

I'm thinking buying Beltran low is looking less and less like a good idea.....for what you have to give up, that is.

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Postby KolbSaves » Tue May 31, 2005 2:41 pm

I guess it just depends on the owner who has him.
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Postby Irish » Tue May 31, 2005 2:48 pm

KolbSaves wrote:I guess it just depends on the owner who has him.


I was offering(still am actually, just waiting):

Berkman
G. Anderson
Turnbow

for Beltran, basically cause Berkman is riding my bench and I'm looking to consolidate. But I'm starting to think he's not even worth that if he doesn't run. :-/
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