Andy1234 wrote:It does make some sense. Lee has one good year, that doesn't mean he is going to stay at that level. He could easily go back down to a .265 avg with 25 HR and 85 RBI.Anonymous wrote:Do you know Carlos Lee's numbers from last year?!?!?
He bat around .300 and had 31 hrs.
Unpredictable? Could have a huge year? Did you miss 2003? THAT WAS HIS HUGE YEAR.
Look at the numbers.
He had been average from 1999 to 2002 and then last year broke out. B/c of his youth he has potential to put up 2003 numbers again and again.
Bad move taking Caberra over Lee.
And you Jackal. I have read some posts by you and wow. You must speak and words must fall out of your mouth that make no sense.
If you need exaples of players breaking out one year after a few mediocre seasons and then dropping back down to mediocre, just look at Brady Anderson. I know the situation is diffeent but it does happen.
Oh and if your going to insult someone, at least registor.
Jackal said Lee is pretty bad but he isn't. He also said lee is inconsistent (or unpredictable). Again he isn't, you said it your self before last year he was penciled in for .265-25-85. BTW these aren't bad numbers for a 4th OF.
And when has Caberra had a good year? Tell me, tell me oh wait you can't. How old is Caberra 21, what about Lee? 27. He took his lumps and, IMO will continue to improve.
BTW if I wanted to register I would.