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agchris02 wrote:actually i did, here ya go:
Rowand's minor league career:
.281 BA, (higher if you throw out one half of an off year in 2003)
compared to mags .271 and maglio spent a year longer in A with a +.300
Rowand had a higher HR/AB ratio, more rbis per game or AB, however you want to look at it, and a higher SB/Game ratio
In his first full year in the majors (last year), he had a higher batting average, higher OBP, higher number of SB's, higher slugging percentage, more HR's and more RBI's than magglio did in his first full year
It appears as if its not me that didnt look at the stats. This is second full season in the majors, I reiterate, be patient.
Dodger Blue wrote:You know what don't draft him and if you get players like Rowand in an auto draft please drop them. So far this year I gotten Mauer, Drew, Rowand, Morneau, and soon Wagner. I love idiots who give up on good players.
Absolutely Adequate wrote:It seems to me that last year was the best season Rowand will ever have - he's not a bad player by any means, but last season is as good as he'll ever get.
Many players have trouble adjusting in their second year, because the league adjusts to them. Rowand's 3 to 1 k/bb ratio leads me to believe that this will be a learning year for him.
If I were a major league team, I would love an outfielder that could hit .290 with 20 homers and a half-dozen stolen bases while playing at the league minimum.
As a fantasy owner, I'm just not impressed.
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