Yeah, Drew at 20% mark down on counting stats is less attractive, but that was expected. But then again, I hate trying to see who is getting benched that day for rest right before game time. Adds extra stress and chores to FBB. Everday players who may perform slightly worse but can play every single game, are starting to look kinda attractive..
Apr 19 Losangeles.Dodgers.MLB.com's Ken Gurnick reports Los Angeles Dodgers OF J.D. Drew, who was 0-for-25 out of the gate last year, is batting .327 with 10 RBI and a .441 on-base percentage. The team will give him ample time to rest to avoid a repeat of last year's slump in both games played and statistics. "What we're looking for is 130, 135, 140 games, instead of 72 (last year's total)," said Dodgers manager Grady Little. "Keep it this way, we're not wearing him down." (KFFL)