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so0perspam wrote:Who said Broussard can't do the same thing? Broussard hit .275, scored 57 runs, hit 17 HR, 82 RBI, and stole 4 bases in 418 AB's. There's also this really telling category called OBP, which Broussard's was .370. That BA will go up for sure, because Broussard hit .300 in the last half of the season. I wouldn't be suprised if Broussard approached Hafner's '04 numbers. 25 HR, 95 RBI, 75 runs, and a .285 BA are very likely.
so0perspam wrote: Who said Broussard can't do the same thing?
reiser wrote:so0perspam wrote: Who said Broussard can't do the same thing?
Broussard was a complete joke before the all-star break last year prompting the Indians to make a mid-season trade for Phelps.
B. Broussard Cle 208 22 4 39 .250
A. LaRoche Atl 152 20 3 15 .250
Post All Star:
A. LaRoche Atl 172 25 10 30 .302 .368 .576 .943
B. Broussard Cle 210 35 13 43 .300 .395 .595 .990
so you end uup with basically the same numbers pre and post all star.
now considering that Broussard is 28, and has a fairly tenous grip on 1B in Cleveland, while Laroche is 25 and considered the future at 1B in Atlanta, and I don't think it's any contest.
so0perspam wrote: So who are you saying is better?
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