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Postby The Cow » Mon Feb 14, 2005 1:04 am

2001 and 2004 were very similar years, I think CM erred. So 2004 was slightly better than 2001, but not by much. You can't call 2004 a career year when he has done it before and has close to the same numbers on other occasions. A career is what Javy Lopez had in 2003, easily his best year. Abreu numbers were to be expected. Its not like he was Brady Anderson jacking 50!

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Postby PhillyFan1 » Mon Feb 14, 2005 12:22 pm

Same numbers this year, What a park!! he plays in!!
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Postby Cornbread Maxwell » Mon Feb 14, 2005 12:31 pm

The Cow wrote:2001 and 2004 were very similar years, I think CM erred. So 2004 was slightly better than 2001, but not by much. You can't call 2004 a career year when he has done it before and has close to the same numbers on other occasions. A career is what Javy Lopez had in 2003, easily his best year. Abreu numbers were to be expected. Its not like he was Brady Anderson jacking 50!

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well, you would have to take it up with rototimes then, I was just giving you the values they had for him. Maybe because value is largly dependent on avg and standard deviation from other players that there was such a large discrepency in value between the two years. The point still remains - he never finished remotely as high as he did in '04. Very good player - just overrated heading intothis yr.
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Postby The Jury » Mon Feb 14, 2005 12:56 pm

Cornbread Maxwell wrote:
The Cow wrote:2001 and 2004 were very similar years, I think CM erred. So 2004 was slightly better than 2001, but not by much. You can't call 2004 a career year when he has done it before and has close to the same numbers on other occasions. A career is what Javy Lopez had in 2003, easily his best year. Abreu numbers were to be expected. Its not like he was Brady Anderson jacking 50!

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well, you would have to take it up with rototimes then, I was just giving you the values they had for him. Maybe because value is largly dependent on avg and standard deviation from other players that there was such a large discrepency in value between the two years. The point still remains - he never finished remotely as high as he did in '04. Very good player - just overrated heading intothis yr.


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