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Postby vladrules » Fri Jul 22, 2005 9:26 pm

He's having another solid game. Will he remain the starter? Along with Giambi, Shelton and GJenkins, he's been pretty hot. He hasn't played much and he's had quite a wonderful last 3 games. one was vs Col and other 2 were vs CHC at home.

He's a switch hitter but stinks vs LHP

Anyone have any insight or inside info on this guy? He had 7 yrs of MLB xp but I personally don't remember anything about him.

I might have to grab him on potential alone since his avg is so much better than AJP and Piazza's.
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Postby thehat » Sat Jul 23, 2005 2:00 am

Guy can hit for power, but his behind the plate skills are well behind Larue's. I think that will limit his PT, but there's no question he's a nice second option at C right now.
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