LBJackal wrote:Wow, surprised at how short some peoples' memories are. Giambi has been one of the best hitters in baseball for a long time, and it's not muscles that did it. He has a great eye and can make good contact. Even off the roids and battling health issues he can crush a ball like very few can. I don't know why everybody thinks that just because he's off the juice, that his batting eye is gone. If anything is gone now that he ahd before it's strength and he's shown to have plenty of strength left.
Bitter Yankee fans make me laugh.
.200 batting averages make me laugh. Do you watch every Yankee game? I do. For 2 years I've watched Giambi look like a fool. He hits a homerun and a couple of solid balls in 2 days and I'm supposed to believe it's the second coming of the MVP Giambi?
Give me a freakin' break. What are his numbers again? Call me when he SNIFFS .300. Then maybe I'll be willing to take another look. Two nights worth of decency DOES NOT outweigh 2 years of sh!t I've had to observe from the guy. I'm rooting for him because he's a nice guy and of course he's on the Yankees, but I am not going to jump on his bandwagon after 2 days.
Dude still has a .247 BA for crying out loud...