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Re: help with prospects WHIR

Postby Padres Fan » Fri May 01, 2009 11:51 am

Kila Ka'aihue 1B Kansas City

I know that they have Billy Butler and Mike Jacobs, but this guy is legitimate
2008 Minor league stats .314avg .456obp
37hrs 100rbi in 401at bats +67k/104bb
2008 Major Leagu stats .286avg .375obp in 21 at bats

His bat is starting out slow this season
.238avg .425obp 3hr 11rbi but does have 22bb in 63 at bats
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Re: help with prospects WHIR

Postby ruud83 » Sat May 02, 2009 4:33 pm

Ka'aihue is now on my radar...thx

what i´ve done so far is pick up smoak and tillman...tillman should be called up soon

now i´m trying to get holland he´s on the ww...i know more on monday morning ...

i dropped jacobs, thome and b.wood since i have faith in morales...could be working out real good next season with dukes, smoak, snider, cahill, meche, tillman...also scouting hocheaver and jarrod parker...any thoughts so far?!
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Re: help with prospects WHIR

Postby kab21 » Sun May 03, 2009 12:40 am

Forget about Hochevar. He might be a 4.00 ERA guy but not somebody you're going to want to keep. Kila isn't really in the same class of prospects that have been discussed. He could be a good/average MLB'er but not an impact player like Smoak. I would rather have several other guys that you have mentioned.
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