thomasps3 wrote:I don't know guys. Teagarden is forcing the Rangers to push Salty off the dish, which speaks to his defensive ability, which was always his calling card prior to his offensive "discovery". Andersen, on the other hand, is more of a long term backup, and speaks to the overall weakness in the Cardinals system(sans Colby Rasmus).
When you factor in park effects, Teagarden is a guy that is being marked down here despite being in a hitter's haven.
Ehh, the Cards' system is right in the middle right now, but it's not because of Anderson. I think he's overrated and I'd rather take a chance on Teagarden. However, with him, plan on having injury issues.