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Postby The Loveable Losers » Fri May 26, 2006 1:49 pm

benjapage wrote:no chance of vicky moving to 3b?

not hating on d.bell, who's a consummate professional, but if victorino could jump in at 3b, it would be HUGE for philly.

i'm presuming there's no talk of this, huh?

b


The only things David Bell is a consummate professional at is being a good guy and a likely out. His career OPS is in the .700's. If anyone else could play third base and hit I'm sure they'd explore that as an option. Kinda wish they would have kept Polanco around but moved him to third base - his OPS over his career is slightly higher and he's one of the hardest guys in the majors to strike out. He's the perfect #2 hitter.
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Postby PinotResa » Fri May 26, 2006 1:51 pm

He seems quite simular to Alex Rios.

edit- with a bit more speed.
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Postby Cooner » Fri May 26, 2006 3:36 pm

The Loveable Losers wrote:Kinda wish they would have kept Polanco around but moved him to third base - his OPS over his career is slightly higher and he's one of the hardest guys in the majors to strike out. He's the perfect #2 hitter.


You and everyone else. I'm still shaking my head over that move...
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