Timosha wrote:He had a career year last year. I can understand that people hope he will repeat it but you can't really expect that he will. If he hits in the .270s with around 30 HRs that will be a good year and he is about on pace for that.
Last year was not his career year. Try again. Thanks for playing.
I wish he would sit and rest his quad and get right, but a 75% Beltran is better than their #4 backup. I mean they're playing Ledee in the OF for crying out loud!
The Mets demise has corresponded w/ their OF injury problems. Moises, Green, Endy and Beltran all being hurt around the same time.