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Postby DbacksRback » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:11 pm

Always hit for a decent average in the minors and has really put up solid numbers this year in less than 200 AB's. I know he's old but does anyone see him being a late round guy next year that could put up solid numbers?

I was thinking maybe a line of .275 15 hr 15 sb?
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Re: Chris Denorfia

Postby wrveres » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:19 pm

DbacksRback wrote:Always hit for a decent average in the minors and has really put up solid numbers this year in less than 200 AB's. I know he's old but does anyone see him being a late round guy next year that could put up solid numbers?

I was thinking maybe a line of .275 15 hr 15 sb?

I thank Denorfia for what he has brought to the friars, but I think Hoyer will be improving his outfield next year.

As it stand now, Blanks, Ludwick, Venable and any center fielder they bring in, should be ahead of Denorfia on the depth chart.
If i had to guess, Denorfia will log more time at AAA next season, than he will the MLB.
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Re: Chris Denorfia

Postby DbacksRback » Thu Aug 19, 2010 3:26 pm

wrveres wrote:
DbacksRback wrote:Always hit for a decent average in the minors and has really put up solid numbers this year in less than 200 AB's. I know he's old but does anyone see him being a late round guy next year that could put up solid numbers?

I was thinking maybe a line of .275 15 hr 15 sb?

I thank Denorfia for what he has brought to the friars, but I think Hoyer will be improving his outfield next year.

As it stand now, Blanks, Ludwick, Venable and any center fielder they bring in, should be ahead of Denorfia on the depth chart.
If i had to guess, Denorfia will log more time at AAA next season, than he will the MLB.


Seems like thats been the story of his career...Just filling in untill there's a replacement. In his last 3 stops in the pros he's batted .283/ .290/ .284 but its never been enough for him to stick around for a year and see what a whole year could do for him.
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Re: Chris Denorfia

Postby Padsin05 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:37 pm

wrveres wrote:
DbacksRback wrote:Always hit for a decent average in the minors and has really put up solid numbers this year in less than 200 AB's. I know he's old but does anyone see him being a late round guy next year that could put up solid numbers?

I was thinking maybe a line of .275 15 hr 15 sb?

I thank Denorfia for what he has brought to the friars, but I think Hoyer will be improving his outfield next year.

As it stand now, Blanks, Ludwick, Venable and any center fielder they bring in, should be ahead of Denorfia on the depth chart.
If i had to guess, Denorfia will log more time at AAA next season, than he will the MLB.


I think next year hes our Scotty, I dont think Scott will be kept
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