LCBOY wrote:Nevin is batting .280/.330/.486. The average is ok, the OBP is poor, and the slugging percentage is just below average for an outfielder. Nevin is doing just average so far.
If you take his HR and RBI pace and extrapolate it over 162 games it would be 38HR and 153RBI. Sounds "average" to me o_O
And about the Padres. Just food for thought. Before their current series with Houston they had a .534 WP since 6/28. If they had that WP the whole season they would have been 1 game out of the NL WC. Not too shabby for a team that has seen its top 4 paid players play less than 50% of total possible games. They will certainly add a veteran ace over the winter to anchor the rotation Lawrence/Eaton/Peavy. They will probably go after a catcher as well, Kendall, Varitek, and J. Lopez being the prime candidates. Going after a shortstop, while not out of the question, is less likely because of Greene.