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Postby shortsavage » Tue Sep 19, 2006 4:18 am

sorry, double post
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Postby EvSolo » Tue Sep 19, 2006 10:49 am

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Havok1517 wrote:If Marcus Sanders can retain his prospect status next year and if SF doesn't make a big FA move I think Sanders could easily steal 30 or 40 in a full year in the future.


8-o ?!!??!?1?!?

First off, it's "regain," not retain. Secondly, Frandsen is way closer to being the Giants 2B than Sanders. And finally, Sanders not only has had injury problems, but he has also struggled mightily. He's no longer even a top 10 Giants prospect in my mind.


how can you regain something you never lost???
retain is correct.
i normally wouldnt correct something like this but just the fact that u felt it was neccassary to correct someones grammar on an internet forum is laughable. i didnt notice this was English 101
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Postby shortsavage » Tue Sep 19, 2006 1:45 pm

It's not grammar, it's the meaning.

Sanders may have never lost his speed, so he retains that. But he has pretty much lost his prospect status, so he has to regain that.

I think you misunderstood my points Evsolo.
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Postby carter » Sun Oct 08, 2006 7:01 pm

Havok1517 wrote:If Marcus Sanders can retain his prospect status next year and if SF doesn't make a big FA move I think Sanders could easily steal 30 or 40 in a full year in the future.


very possible... and he should be dirt cheap to aquire right now

you guys are forgetting TREVOR CROWE - he swiped 45 bags in only 100 games this year..... nice avg, with almost as many walks as k's (68/71) ... if he keeps getting on base, he could wind up the Indians lead-off man by the end of 2007
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Postby J35J » Sun Oct 08, 2006 9:10 pm

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Havok1517 wrote:If Marcus Sanders can retain his prospect status next year and if SF doesn't make a big FA move I think Sanders could easily steal 30 or 40 in a full year in the future.


very possible... and he should be dirt cheap to aquire right now

you guys are forgetting TREVOR CROWE - he swiped 45 bags in only 100 games this year..... nice avg, with almost as many walks as k's (68/71) ... if he keeps getting on base, he could wind up the Indians lead-off man by the end of 2007


Sanders is definately someone to keep an eye on. His value took a pretty good hit this year but I think he should rebound next year. I also like Crowe, he can definately handle the bat! The guy I kinda like that you don't hear to much about is Corey Wimberly..... he's got 86 SB over the last 2 years in only 623 ABs, he's also at a premium position (2B).

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Postby PlayingWithFire » Sun Oct 08, 2006 9:16 pm

J35J wrote:
carter wrote:
Havok1517 wrote:If Marcus Sanders can retain his prospect status next year and if SF doesn't make a big FA move I think Sanders could easily steal 30 or 40 in a full year in the future.


very possible... and he should be dirt cheap to aquire right now

you guys are forgetting TREVOR CROWE - he swiped 45 bags in only 100 games this year..... nice avg, with almost as many walks as k's (68/71) ... if he keeps getting on base, he could wind up the Indians lead-off man by the end of 2007


Sanders is definately someone to keep an eye on. His value took a pretty good hit this year but I think he should rebound next year. I also like Crowe, he can definately handle the bat! The guy I kinda like that you don't hear to much about is Corey Wimberly..... he's got 86 SB over the last 2 years in only 623 ABs, he's also at a premium position (2B).

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The thing with Wimberly is that he's not really all that young for him level(A ball, not even A+ I believe). He need to move up rather quickly and he need to maintain his high average because he doesn't have much power.
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Postby J35J » Sun Oct 08, 2006 9:25 pm

PlayingWithFire wrote:
J35J wrote:
carter wrote:
Havok1517 wrote:If Marcus Sanders can retain his prospect status next year and if SF doesn't make a big FA move I think Sanders could easily steal 30 or 40 in a full year in the future.


very possible... and he should be dirt cheap to aquire right now

you guys are forgetting TREVOR CROWE - he swiped 45 bags in only 100 games this year..... nice avg, with almost as many walks as k's (68/71) ... if he keeps getting on base, he could wind up the Indians lead-off man by the end of 2007


Sanders is definately someone to keep an eye on. His value took a pretty good hit this year but I think he should rebound next year. I also like Crowe, he can definately handle the bat! The guy I kinda like that you don't hear to much about is Corey Wimberly..... he's got 86 SB over the last 2 years in only 623 ABs, he's also at a premium position (2B).

Jason


The thing with Wimberly is that he's not really all that young for him level(A ball, not even A+ I believe). He need to move up rather quickly and he need to maintain his high average because he doesn't have much power.



This is true..... he was 22 this year at advanced (A+) ball. A little old but not overly bad. He has good BB/K totals the last couple years and a good average to go along with those SBs. He's a solid "sleeper" so next year should show alot in AA.

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