urbanbreez wrote: Scooter1027 wrote:
urbanbreez wrote:I'm sorry but this guy just reeks of Emil Bonifacio.
Difference being Casey had a real solid full season last year as a rookie with a .301/.360/.499 line. He clearly isn't as good as we've seen so far in '10, but he's certainly more legit than Bonafacio. To me, plate discipline has been the difference so far...he's a fastball hitter, and he's gotten better at being selective and getting that pitch.
Let me be more specific. How many fantasy rosters will he be starting on by the ASB? My guess is about as many as Bonifacio.
I don't own McGehee, but I'm not seeing the Bonifacio thing at all. Bonifacio had what....a good couple days?
This guy has put together months of decent production and has a relatively safe job in a good offense. I don't see any way he isn't widely owned at the all star break, at least in 12 team leagues.
The multiple position eligibility is the only thing he has in common with Bonifacio